Palace Park Respect Vs St. Patrick’s – 2004

Palace Park Respect 2 - 0 St. Patrick’s We returned to Drumoyne to play Palace Park Respect with our first game in the new year. Our last visit to Drumoyne was rewarded with a good result and we were hoping for the same. However, we knew that Palace are never a walk in the park, and so it transpired. Good old Osgood ... More

St. Patrick’s Vs Shettleston Juniors – 2004

St. Patrick’s 3 - 2 Shettleston Juniors We returned to League duties after a two-week hiatus from football. We hosted Shettleston at Bothwellhaugh on a cloudy morning disrupted by on-and-off precipitation. However, it was certainly not the snow that was predicted in some quarters of the Met Office. Regardless, we had to ... More

Palace Park Unity Vs St. Patrick’s – 2004

Palace Park Unity 0 - 2 St. Patrick's The Regional Cup draw pulled out a really tough away fixture for us at Palace Park Unity. Palace are a decent outfit and on their own turf would be tricky to outmanoeuvre. We therefore travelled to Drumoyne well aware of the challenge ahead. However, the first challenge was the M8 ... More

Lochgilphead Red Star Vs St. Patrick’s – 2004

Lochgilphead Red Star 6 - 5 St. Patrick's A trip to Lochgilphead was an opportunity for a picturesque journey to the west of Scotland. It was a nice sunny morning as we left. Scotland glistened as we took in the views along the way. But as we approached our destination the heavens opened, typical Scotland. Even the sight ... More

St. Patrick’s Vs Glasgow Red Star – 2004

St. Patrick’s 3 - 1 Glasgow Red Star The cold fresh morning was well counterbalanced by lovely sunshine for a great autumnal day. Glasgow Red Star rolled into town today vying for the three points on offer. Of course, we wanted those three points too and therefore the battle lines were pre-drawn. We welcomed back ... More

St. Patrick’s Vs Glenvale AFC – 2004

St. Patrick’s 3 - 5 Glenvale AFC We exited the Scottish today at home at the hands of a plucky Glenvale. However, the result will not take away from a competitive game and a lot of positive play. Hopefully, the end is in sight for some of the injuries that have taken their toll on the squad. Their imminent return will ... More

St. Patrick’s Vs Clydebank FC – 2004

St. Patrick’s 5 - 2 Clydebank FC After a disappointing opening game in the league we had the opportunity to make amends at home against Clydebank. It certainly was never a foregone conclusion as Clydebank are a decent outfit likely to give every team a run for their money. The return of some players from injury signif... More

Cathcart Vs St. Patrick’s – 2004

Cathcart 3 - 0 St. Patrick’s Have you ever wondered what's a football park without football? Or a play-park without children? A function is vital as it gives purpose without which the structure is nothing. Humans are not and should not be defined by a job or role. Instead, we should aim to perform our duties with ... More

St. Patrick’s Vs Giffnock SC Reds – 2004

St. Patrick’s 1 - 0 Giffnock SC Reds We lost sight of mundane affairs today as we bravely ventured into the Scottish Cup. A first round draw had thrown Giffnock SC Reds into our path, and come what may we knew our journey would not be a bed of roses. Perched high on hilly ground, Petershill would be home in this ... More

St. Patrick’s Vs Dumbarton Utd – 2004

St. Patrick’s 10 - 1 Dumbarton Utd Dumbarton Utd rolled into town with a clear mission to put the skids under our good run in the league cup. We had not played at Bothwellhaugh for some time now and we certainly looked forward to playing at home. We were not going to take Dumbarton lightly, and therefore approached ... More