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Dyce slice through Airdrie in second half to win the Scottish Cup

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Scotland Students Mens football squad announced for Home Nations Tournament 2019

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  • Dyce slice through Airdrie in second half to win the Scottish Cup

  • Kirkintilloch Rob Roy clinch Scottish Cup on penalties

  • Website Working Wonders for Maryfield United

  • Draw made for Womens U19 UEFA European Championships at Glasgow

  • Scotland Students Mens football squad announced for Home Nations Tournament 2019

This evening the Lenzie Football Festival kicks off, with hundreds (if not thousands!) of young players across the various age groups ready for the action to commence.
 
The venue is: Lenzie Academy Playing Fields, Boghead Road, Lenzie, G66 4SP.
 
The various age groups play on the following dates:
 
1996 Friday 3rd June 6pm, 1998 Saturday 4th June 12pm, 1997 Sunday 5th June 12pm & 1994 Monday 6th June 6pm.
 
Following that, on Saturday 18th June, there is a Coaches/Parents 7s festival with 10 teams and over 100 adults taking part.
 
Sunday 19th June features a Fun 4s & Soccer 7s festival with 40 teams and over 500 kids participating. And as if that wasn't enough, Monday 20th June sees the event round off with a Primary School Festival consisting of over 200 kids.
 
The 11-a-side festival is first up, with 16 teams entered. 

1996
Lenzie YC
Westerton FC
Westpark BC
Park Villa BC
 
1998 
Lenzie YC
Greystone
Rossvale
Milngavie
 
1997 
Lenzie YC
Heston Rovers
Everton
Celtic Girls 96
 
1994 
Lenzie YC
Cumbernauld Thistle
Cumbernauld Colts
Garnkirk