Latest Ground Improvements

Materials arrive at Castle Cary Park

The club are delighted to announce that work to enclose Castle Cary Park will begin this week. A 6ft high wooden fence will be put all around the park and a new turnstile entrance will be installed.

Chairman Eric Houston told creetownfc.co.uk

” We are delighted to have secured funding to enclose the park. This is something we have been planning for a couple of years now and work will begin on Monday the 12th November”

“We started fundraising at the beginning of last season and finally met our target of £30000 last month. I would personally like to thank everyone that donated to the project & a special mention to Ben Herries & Creetown Initiative who done superb to raise the funds needed to complete the work”

Local experts James Smith fencing will start the work this Monday & is expected to take a week to complete. A big thank you to all the funders (listed below) & to everyone who made the project possible.

Kilgalloch Community Fund
Hollywood Trust
Robertson Trust
Hugh Fraser Foundation
Scottish Football Partnership

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New Management Team Announced

The club committee have confirmed the appointment of a new Management Team. Experienced South player Neil Erskine was introduced to the players this evening & will be assisted by current players Colin (Waggs) Wilson & Ben Herries.

We welcome Neil to Creetown FC & wish him and the new team every success going forward.

The new team were all present at today’s defeat at home to Heston Rovers and will start work immediately.

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Creetown v Heston Rovers

⚽️ Next Match ⚽️

🆚 Heston Rovers F.C.

📆 Sat 27th Oct 2018

🏆SOS League

📍 Castle Cary Park

⏰ 2pm

💷 £4/£3 U16s Free

Tomorrow we welcome Heston Rovers F.C. to Castle Cary Park in the South of Scotland League. The home side will be looking to bounce back after a run of defeats.

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