Category: competitions

Revised fixture list issued

West Region Fixtures Secretary Kennie Young has announced a revision of fixtures to take us up to the 9th of May 2020. All outstanding Pollok league games now have dates while the blank in the middle of April will be occupied by our Junior Cup semi final matches. Some forthcoming games have been given new dates.

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Fixtures update

The wintry weather has played havoc with the scheduled fixture list unfortunately. As well as last week’s cup tie with Dalry Thistle being called off, the match with Neilston has been postponed as well. It is now rescheduled for the 29th of February 2020.

The postponed Dalry Thistle match has been rearranged for 7th March 2020, with the venue set to be as originally drawn, therefore at Merksworth Park. This new date has meant the trip to Glenafton will need to be rescheduled, as will Lok’s entertaining of Benburb which was due to be next weekend.

Scottish Cup Quarter Final Draw

Pollok have been drawn to play Neilston at Brig o’Lea in the next round of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup. The tie will be played on Saturday 22nd February with a 2:15pm kick off.

The draw was made this afternoon at Hampden Park. The full draw is as follows.

Neilston v Pollok

Auchinleck Talbot v Hurlford Utd

Beith v Kello Rovers

Petershill or Darvel v Broughty Athletic

Remaining league fixtures released

The West Region has dropped the remaining fixtures of the league season and the Lok ones can be found here. There are dates that are left blank for Junior Cup ties. One fixture of interest is our away visit to Clydebank will be midweek under the lights at Holm Park. Lok’s season is due to wrap at the end of March – with the pyramid demanding a prompt finish to the league season due to play offs (by mid April), this is be a dry run pointing towards that. Fixtures Secretary Kennie Young outlines his thinking here. It is also worth pointing out that Jan-March is notorious for games being off so the likelihood of any Lok players looking out the passports for their holidays on April 1st would be a foolishly long shot!