Due to an issue at the pavillion, today’s game will be unable to go ahead.
Pollok Football Club are delighted to announce the loan signing of Bryan Wharton from Queens Park.
The 27-year-old defender, who was part of Tony McInally’s Scottish Junior Cup winning side at Shotts Bon Accord modelled the club’s new away kit for the next two seasons.
We also welcome new kit sponsors GMB Scotland. GMB works to improve the pay and conditions of GMB members in their workplace with over 600,000 members across the UK.
Bryan spent three seasons at our Southside neighbours making 96 appearances and scoring 7 times.
Wharton follows his father, Peter (pictured playing for Pollok in the annual legends tournament), in joining the Southsiders. Peter played in the black and white between 1985 and 1989.
Manager Tony McInally said:
“Bryan was a big player in Queens’ Park promotion to League 1. I know how committed he is from his time at Shotts and believe he is the perfect addition to our squad”
Welcome to Newlandsfield, Bryan!!
The home league fixture versus Clydebank has now been reinstated following the postponement of the sectional cup final. The game will now go ahead as originally planned at Newlandsfield on Saturday October 7th, with a 2pm kick off.
Preceding that match, the ‘lok face Hurlford United at home this weekend (23rd Sept) before we travel to New Cumnock next Saturday (30th) to face last seasons double winners, Glenafton.
All the forthcoming fixture details can be found here.
The Sectional League Cup Final between Pollok and Clydebank has been postponed.
The match was due to take place at New Tinto Park on Friday 6th October.
As of yet a rescheduled date has not been set. The club will advise of any rescheduled fixtures once confirmed.
After an assured league debut against Kirkintilloch Rob Roy on Saturday, the Sunday Mail featured an interview with Sena Niang yesterday.
Pollok are delighted to announce the signing of Ryan McGregor.
A versatile central midfielder, Ryan is no stranger to the Newlandsfield support having played 23 times for Pollok in the 2009-10 season, scoring 6 goals along the way. Ryan has been without a club since his departure from Arthurlie last month where he had spent the previous five seasons.
Ryan joins the squad for this afternoon’s game against Kilwinning.
Pollok will travel to play the reigning league champions, Glenafton at Loch Park on Saturday 30th September.
This will round off a busy month in the league for the ‘Lok concluding a schedule of games including Kilwinning (away 2/9), Girvan (home 9/9), Kirkintilloch Rob Roy (away 16/9), Hurlford Utd (home (23/9).
Full details of forthcoming fixtures can be found on the fixtures and results page.
It is now confirmed that due to Pollok receiving a bye in the Scottish Junior Cup 1st Round, that we will host Hurlford United at Newlandsfield on Saturday 23rd September (KO 2pm) in the McBookie.com West Superleague.
Pollok’s next game is this evening in the Sectional League Cup Quarter Final away to Forth Wanderers. The next home league game is on Saturday 9th September when we host newly promoted Girvan. Full fixture details can be found here
UPDATE: POLLOK RECEIVE A BYE
The draw for the first round of the Scottish Junior Cup will take place this evening at Hampden Park.
A number of sides will receive first round byes to whittle down the entry list to 128 teams with the junior sides competing in the Senior Scottish Cup also joining at the second round.
Last season Pollok received a bye in the first round and went on to draw Glentanar of Aberdeen in round two before being defeated after a hard fought replay against eventual finalists, Auchinleck.
Three time winners
Pollok’s last success in the trophy came in 1997 but they have reached the final as recently as 2016, where they were unlucky to lose out on penalties to Beith Juniors.
First round draw
Culter V East Kilbride Thistle
Dunipace V Dunbar United
Kirkintilloch Rob Roy V Glenrothes
Glasgow Perthshire V Dundee North End
Rutherglen Glencairn V Kirriemuir Thistle
Arniston Rangers V St Andrews United
Ardeer Thistle V Yoker Athletic
Penicuik Athletic V Livingston United
Kello Rovers V Arthurlie
Maryhill V Irvine Meadow
Longside V Deveronside
Troon V Renfrew
Bonnyrigg Rose V Shettleston
Lochee Harp V Bo’ness United
Tayport V Cumbernauld United
Burghead Thistle V Shotts Bon Accord
Thornton Hibs V Ellon United
Kilwinning Rangers V Saltcoats Victoria
Musselburgh Athletic V Newburgh Thistle
Ardrossan Winton Rovers V Banchory St Ternan
Broxburn Athletic V Fraserburgh United
Rosyth V Dundee East Craigie
Pumpherston V Cambuslang Rangers
Aberdeen University V Kirkcaldy YMCA
Irvine Victoria V Maybole
Lewis United V Bathgate Thistle
Rossvale V Greenock
Hill of Beath Hawthorn V New Elgin
Newmains United V Annbank United
(Ties to be played 23/09/2017)