CLARK Drive Girls U15s on Saturday opened their league campaign with a credible draw against Giffnock at Marress, with Ailie Meighan their scorer.

The girls showed great resilience and no little skill in a terrific team effort with great performances all over the park and it certainly gives everyone a lift as they move forward in an exciting season.

Team: Morgan. Millie, Abigail, Emily, Erin, Caitlin W, Sophie C, Amiee C, Ailie, Katie G, Ellie & Bayley.

THE Drive Girls U13s were away to Dean Thistle on Sunday and with a few girls missing through illness and injuries we decided to call up three U11s players to get some experience with the U13s. Thanks to Kaitlyn, Bayley and Kendyl for stepping up and they all played brilliant in a good victory for the girls.

In fact both teams played extremely well in a tight first half and after a good discussion and a couple of tweaks from the coaches at the break the girls went onto control the 2nd half. However, they found they were up against an amazing performance from the Dean Thistle keeper, who we thought was player of the match along with our captain Millie! Unfortunately we lost Millie through injury and a message from her dad is saying it’s a badly sprained wrist, thankfully no fracture! Get well soon Millie.

Goals today came from Ellie, Becca (with her 1st touch of the game), Amie, Charlotte, Caitlin and Katie G.

Well done to both teams for an entertaining game for the watching crowd. Thanks g to the U11s girls for helping out.

The U9s attended Fun Fours at Caledonia on Sunday.

They were able to field two teams and all three coaches, Stuart, Ian and Steven were once again really pleased by the skill and efforts of each of the girls on a lovely sunny afternoon.

Coaches said all of the girls were once again fantastic.

The team work and passing was there to see today and rounded off with some superb goals!! A special mention goes to both Kenna Gentles and Faith Wilson for their skill level and assists as well as getting a few well deserved goals.

A massive thank goes to the parents who turn up in great numbers every week to support the girls and give them positive encouragement.