Cambuslang FA 0 - 10 St. Patrick's
Ooohhh yes people, summer's over and grassroots football is back! One could easily spot youngsters in their football kit tagging along family members in shops, eateries and along the pavements. Like clockwork we came out and headed to sport venues across the city in support of our ...
St. Patrick's 2 - 1 Linwood Rangers
Today's Regional Cup final was not lost on those that attended the club's Annual Presentation Dance last night. The guests were informed that the 2006 were preparing for the final the next day and therefore could not attend. The room reverberated with applause and we wished them well as ...
Drumchapel 3 - 1 St. Patrick's
Our hopes for a trophy to crown a turbulent season faded away in a game of two halves against the league winners. Despite a bright start and quality play that challenged the hosts, we failed to capitalising on our initial dominance.
The game kicked off as the weather brightened up. ...
St. Patrick’s 7 - 1 Dumbarton Utd
We took on Dumbarton Utd in the League Cup quarters today. The game was well attended on a dull but mild day. With the league over the boys had the opportunity to enjoy some more football before the summer break. The mood was jovial, but the focus was palpable. Not even an unexpected ...
St. Patrick's 13 - O Whitecraigs AFC
In their first season at elevens St. Patrick's 2006 did not mess about. They took the league by storm with a 100% win record. In fact, the stats confirm the team's overwhelming dominance with only 6 goals conceded and 135 for. On reflection, it was a procession right through to today's ...
St. Patrick’s 4 - 3 Busby AFC
With the football season slowly drawing to a close, football fans all over the world have been captivated with some incredible comebacks. For the small support that had made it to tonight's game against Busby at a cold shrouded Lochend, the comeback may not have been of Liverpool's and ...
St. Patrick’s 0 - 2 Shettleston Jnrs
Our great winning run came to an abrupt end today against a resolute Shettleston. Bothwellhaugh didn't offer changing rooms due to ongoing refurbishment works, so we hosted Shettleston at St. Ambrose. With the visitors challenging for the league's top spot and us looking to make up ...
St. Patrick’s 16 - 0 Ardencaple FC
The long journey was hardly the biggest challenge Caple had to contend with today. Having had a player miss the journey, they stood to face us with confidence dented. However, their bravery could not be questioned as they gave their very best in an uneven contest.
In fact, as we ...
Oban Saints 1 - 7 St. Patrick’s
We headed north today on another journey of discovery. Discovery of Scotland's hidden natural scenery on a sun drenched day, discovery of each other as we travelled on the bus together and discovery of team spirit that runs deeper than we'll ever know.
Oban were never going to ...