Striker signs on for the new campaign

Pollok are delighted to announce that Stefan McCluskey has agreed a deal to stay at the club for season 2018-19. The exciting forward has a wealth of senior experience under his belt with Greenock Morton, Clyde and Alloa amongst others.

Stefan has made 29 appearances for Pollok this season scoring 16 goals. Most recently he scored a first half hat-trick in the 11-0 win away to Saltcoats in the West of Scotland Cup.

 

Pollok U19s v Finnart BC

With no games for the first team this week, head down to Newlandsfield this Thursday to see the U19s take on Finnart in the league.

Kick off at 7pm.

Updated Cup News – Wishaw and Cambuslang ties now scheduled

*UPDATE*

On Wed 30th May we welcome Scottish Cup semi finalists Wishaw Juniors to Newlandsfield in the Central League Cup. This game will kick off at 7:30pm. The winner of this tie will be away to Rutherglen Glencairn on Saturday 2nd June.

Tonight’s postponed fixture against Cambuslang Rangers in the West of Scotland Cup will now take place on Monday (4th June) at Somervell Park, also with a 7:30pm kick off.

 

 

 

Postponement – Cambuslang Rangers v Pollok

Tomorrow night’s match against Cambuslang Rangers has been postponed due to a bereavement suffered by an official at Cambuslang.

All at Pollok would like to offer their sincere condolences to the Cambuslang committee.

Once we have a rescheduled date, we will advise supporters through the website and social media channels.

Pollok U19s v Albion Rovers U19s

We are delighted that this Thursday, the Pollok U19s will play their league match against Albion Rovers at Newlandsfield with a 7pm kick off.

After Sunday’s hard fought 3-1 win against Cumbernauld Utd, the ‘lok maintained their position at the top of the table. With just 7 games left this season, the U19s have a 4 point lead from Clydebank in 2nd with Thursdays opponents Albion Rovers in 3rd.

This season Scott Johnson, Mouhamed Niang, Tony Coutts and Nathan McGarvey have all joined up with the first team squad so it would be great to see a big crowd at Newlandsfield on Thursday to support the boys and see some more possible stars of the future.

Kick off is 7pm and admission is free.

Pollok Player of the Year 2017-18

Gary McCann was named Pollok Player of the Year last night with a majority vote at the club’s AGM. Ahead of his brother Stuart and top scorer Adam Forde, Gary received 60% of the overall votes. Gary follows in the footsteps of ‘keeper Jordan Longmuir who was awarded the accolade last season.

Gary has been in sparkling form this season making 28 appearances scoring 8 goals. He also represented Scotland in the International Quadrangular tournament and last week committed his future to Pollok for season 2018-19.

The player of the year trophy will be presented to Gary at this years POTY night which takes place on May 19th in Loks Bar & Kitchen. Tickets are available now for £10. More details here.

Congratulations from all at Pollok!

Sena signs up for another year

The club are delighted to announce that Pollok academy graduate Mouhamed ‘Sena’ Niang has signed up to play for Pollok again next season. After signing a dual contract with the first team last summer, the Senegalese midfielder has gone on to make 11 appearances for Pollok.

Niang, the first player to move from the academy to the first team squad, has been joined this season by fellow U19 players, Scott Johnson, Tony Coutts and Nathan McGarvey.

Brash and McGregor extend stay

The club are delighted to announce that midfielders Ross Brash and Ryan McGregor are the latest players to extend their stay at Newlandsfield into the 2018-19 season.

Ross Brash joined Pollok last summer from Hurlford Utd and has made 20 appearances scoring 2 goals this term. Ross was also part of the Pollok quartet who represented Scotland in the Umbro Quadrangular tournament playing in all three internationals and scoring a last minute winner against Ireland.

Ryan McGregor arrived for his second spell at Pollok in September 2017. Over his two spells in 2009-10 and 17-18, he has made 44 appearances for the ‘Lok weighing in with 8 goals.

 

WATCH: Brash scores against Bonnyrigg (with added pass counter)