West Lothian gents aim to quickly get back onto a wining track in their bid to be a force to be reckoned with in the A Division of the Premier League when they visit Falkirk this Saturday.Read More
David Wilson, Connor McKendrick, and Dougie Mitchell are the three players drafted in and a reshuffled line up reads as follows;Rink 1. Jim Speirs, Dougie Mitchell, Bryan Cooper, and Neil Speirs Rink 2. David Wilson Snr, Ian Drysdale ©, Jamie Aitken, and Cameron Greer. Rink 3. Nathan McKendrick, Blair Mackie, Mark Allison, and Craig Moss. Rink 4. Richard Mark, Connor McKendrick, George Sneddon, and James Speirs.
Meanwhile Balbardie gents have lost their opening three games in Division 1B so with home environment advantage this weekend hope to break their duck at the expense of Ayrshire visitors Galleon.
Galleon have lost two out of three so do look vulnerable against a home team that reads as follows; Rink 1. Graeme Turnbull, Iain Grant, Kenny Martin, and Sandy McDougall. Rink 2. Tam Whitfield, Sean McBride, Walter McDougall, and Mark Bonar. Rink 3. Alistair Wilson, Lindsay Forrest, Andy Forrest, and Ewan Shearer. Rink 4 Stuart Ford, Jimmy Mallon, Davy Ross, and John Ellis.
Nathan McKendrick represented the West Lothian IBC banner in last weekends playdown action of the Scottish Junior Singles and a walk over against Cowal was followed by a 21-13 defeat from Blair Davidson of Ardrossan.
West Lothian ladies have the chance to make a mark on their Division 1 East campaign when they entertain undefeated Teviotdale at the Inveralmond Stadium on Saturday.
West Lothian seniors have made a poor start to their national league campaign in the East A section having just won one game out of five their latest defeat being last weeks 67-57 setback away to Alloa. East Fife were the visitors to Livingston yesterday (Wed) while next week is another home game with Abbeyview the visitors.
Balbardie seniors compete in the East B section and they have won two out of six and an idle week is followed by an away visit next week to Teviotdale.
West Lothian IBC has bid a fond farewell and paid many glowing tributes to their retiring stadium manager Carole Clarkson whose presence and personality lit up the Inveralmond Stadium and made it tick efficiently for the past 30 years.