C9 Development 7 v 4 C9 Reserves
Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

C9 Development 7 v 4 C9 Reserves

📝 MATCH REPORT

A hard fought win for the C9 Development team, as they beat the C9 Reserves in today's friendly.

The Development team started off on the front foot. After some nice work, a gap opened up inside the box and Danny Martin finding James Davie, he took the opportunity with aplomb to place the ball past the scrambling keeper within the 1st minute. 1:0

Two minutes later, and James Davie picked up the ball after a great through-ball from Scott Brown and hit a crisp strike straight into the back of the net. 2:0

With 15 minutes on the clock, C9 Reserves took advantage of a defensive error to score a nicely taken goal. Lewis McParlane finding the net at the second time of asking. 2:1

3 minutes later and the Development team extended their lead again, Martin Banks leapt above the defenders and netted after a great delivery from a corner by John Connolly. 3:1

It had been coming. After a sustained period of pressure, C9 Reserves scored a well deserved goal. The ball drops to Kris Livingstone at the edge of the box perfectly for the strike. A wicked deflection off Derek Tyson see's the ball loop over Chris Anderson in the goal. 3:2

HT

After some nice work by C9 Development, a gap opened up outside the box and Danny Martin took the opportunity to rifle the ball past the scrambling keeper. 4:2

Kevin Paton anticipated the cross from John Connolly well and met the ball with a firm header to score for C9 Development. Another set piece goal. 5:2

After some nice work by C9 Development, a gap opened up outside the box and Kevin Paton took the opportunity to raise the ball over Liam Marshall in the Reserve's goal. 6:2

Disappointment was in the air for C9 Development, but C9 Reserves were happy with this one, capitalising on a well worked opening, they took full advantage with a lobbed effort of their own, this time Cory Maxwell lifting over the on rushing Chris Anderson. 6:3

71 minutes played as James Davie picked up the ball from Kevin Paton and curled a sweet strike past the C9 Reserves goalkeeper. The keeper had no chance. 7:3

In the last 5 minutes there was a penalty awarded to the C9 Reserves. After some excellent play, a ball in was adjudged to hit struck Martin Banks' hand. David Turriff stepped up, and seemingly scuffed his shot, for it to find its way just inside the post. 7:4

FT

C9 DEVELOPMENT:

25. C. Anderson (GK)

3. C. Hamilton

4. L. Mcpherson

5. S. Gray (C)

6. D. Martin ⚽

8. A. Mason

9. J. Davie ⚽⚽⚽

10. S. Brown

12. J. Connolly

23. L. Salih

26. M. Banks ⚽

SUBS:

2. K. Paton ⚽⚽

14. J. Martin

C9 RESERVES:

15. G. Hastie (GK) 🏆

2. J. Choi

3. C. Donaldson

4. P. Mckenzie (C)

9. C. Maxwell ⚽

10. L. Mckay

16. K. Livingstone

18. D. Turriff ⚽ (Pen)

22. G. Mcardle

47. L. McParlane ⚽

49. S. Mearns

SUBS:

12. D. Tyson ⚽

13. J. Matusavage

14. S. Hamill

94. R. Jamieson

99. L. Marshall (GK)

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PK Trophy 2019
Jun
1
1:00 PM13:00

PK Trophy 2019

🏆 PK TROPHY WINNERS 🏆

Well done to our Development team for taking home the trophy in their first game with a convincing win over the Glasgow Titans.

C9 Development 1️⃣8️⃣

Glasgow Titans 1️⃣

Team:

C. Anderson

L. Salih

G. Cairns (C)

L. Mcpherson ⚽

C. Hamilton

O. Leach

S. Gray ⚽⚽⚽

A, Mason ⚽

D. Martin ⚽

J. Davie ⚽⚽⚽⚽

S. Brown

Subs:

J. Martin ⚽

L. McParlane ⚽

R. Strathearn ⚽

M. Green ⚽⚽⚽

K. Livingstone

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Glasgow Titans 6 v 0 C9 Reserves
Apr
14
10:00 AM10:00

Glasgow Titans 6 v 0 C9 Reserves

The Reserves made the relatively small journey along the M8 to face off against our friends, the Glasgow Titans. The Titans are a Football Fans In Training (FFIT) team, set up specifically to help players of all abilities get back to playing football, and help shed the pounds.

Manager James Davie took along a squad of 13 bodies for the game, aiming to get as many minutes on board for the boys. The Titans showed their experience throughout the match on the day, dictating the tempo and play.

We would like to thank the Titans again for the game.

Team:

L. Marshall (🔁 C. Wilson 45’)

R. Jamieson (C)

J. Choi

J. Gilmour

G. Mcardle (🔁 J. Davie 35’)

G. Hastie

S. Mearns

L. Mckay

J. Laughlan

L. McParlane

C. Donaldson (🔁 G. Mcardle 60’)

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C9 Reserves 1 v 12 LCCT Charity
Apr
4
8:00 PM20:00

C9 Reserves 1 v 12 LCCT Charity

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Our first game ends in defeat.

Playing against an established amateur team was always going to be a hard ask for our Reserves first game, but we got exactly what we wanted from it, a game of football.

The team lined up in a 4-4-1-1 formation for our first game.

Starting 11:

In goals, Graham Hastie, with a back four of Connor Donaldson at RB, the Brown Brothers (Martin & Steven) at CB and Jordan Choi at LB.

Andrew Mason (captain) and Gerry in the middle of the park with Sam Mearns on the right, and Lewis Mckay on the left.

The manager James Davie played in the hole behind Stewart Orr.

Our substitutes all got in on the action too with Luke Coyle, Liam Marshall, Ross Jamieson, Jamie Laughlan, Lewis McParlane, Cal Healy and Jack all getting minutes on the park.

We started off well, and had control of the midfield for the first quarter. Going behind to the first goal, we actually pulled level almost immediately after a ball through from Mason to Davie, who wasn't missing in the one on one with the keeper.

The boys put in a good shift, and have certainly done well considering only being together for a month.

We look forward to the next game.

C9 MOTM: Sam Mearns

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New Stevenston Primary PTA Meeting
Mar
28
7:00 PM19:00

New Stevenston Primary PTA Meeting

We were invited along to the New Stevenston Primary PTA meeting, to speak about what we do, and how we can help the school with in terms of mental wellbeing. The meeting was a great success, with teachers and parents alike extremely interested. We look forward to working along with everyone at NSPS.

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Motherwell Phoenix
Mar
27
6:15 PM18:15

Motherwell Phoenix

We were invited along to chat with the coaches at Motherwell Phoenix, who have 2008, 2009 and 2011 teams. The Club are looking to for us to work with the rest of the coaches, parents and the kids down the line. We look forward to working with this fantastic Club.

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