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PGBC weekend round-up

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PGBC Community Coaching
Come along to Parklea Hub on a Saturday morning at 10am if your aged between 4 and 7, meet Alan, Graeme, Ryan and the boys and join in the weekly coaching session. The boys will continue to train regularly to see them move on to play 4-a-side next season.
Team Sponsor: Crawfurds Car Centre
PGBC 2006s
Port Boys 2006s played their 4 games at Ralston the 3 teams played some good moves with passing football resulting in well taken goals the boys continue to improve and develop as young up and coming Port Boys players ie. taking their training into match days keep working hard boys.
Goal scorers in the Ports Wins,Draws & Losses were. Darren Stevenson x9, Greig Emerson x8, Patrick Hurrell x7, Ryan Graham x5, Aaron Smith x2, Adam Watt x2, Rhys McCready, Kai Daly, Ryan Leslie, Zac Stewart, Dylan Tolan all 1 goal.
The team are looking to bring more boys in at 2006 age group to develop the Port Boys way if interested phone 07928533991.
Sponsored by UPGSC, Ferguson’s Shipyard workers and Crawfurd’s Car Centre. 
PGBC 2005s
The boys finally got some sunshine at Notre Dame and both teams went out and played well. It seems that what they are learning at training is being carried onto the pitch on a Sunday and they are all beginning to see the benefits of the team sport. 
Some cracking goals came from Sean Tosh for his team, with some excellent work all over the park from Devlin Anderson.
Sponsors Crawfurds Car Centre
PGBC 2004s Orange
On Saturday the Port Boys took on St Cadocs at Parklea. The Port found it hard to get going from the off and couldn't get a grip of the game. There were too many individual mistakes and with  players not tracking back to help out it was a struggle.  
St Cadocs took the lead from a quick kick in as the Port fell asleep at the back. With shots far and few between for the Port and the front man getting poor service a few changes had to be made and just before the break Kyle Fuller came of the bench to score with an angled drive across goal. 
With the score level at half time the Port should’ve came out flying, unfortunately this wasn’t the case and the Port fell behind and a poor ten minute spell saw St Cadocs score a few goals before a late rally from the Port saw Kyle Diver get on the score sheet.
If the boys had shown the same kind of fight from the start of the second half that they did in the last 5 minutes there’s no doubt the game would've been much closer.
Thanks to Marcus Humphrey for their continued sponsorship.
PGBC 2004s Black
The Port Boys travelled to Ferguslie sports complex to take on Glenvale FC in another early morning fixture. As soon as the match kicked of the boys made their intentions clear taking the game straight to Glenvale with the home side struggling to cope with the Ports early pressure, the boys had a few attempts on target with the Glenvale keeper making some important early stops. 
The Port boys didn't have to wait long for the breakthrough though, a great opener, a corner kick whipped into the Glenvale box and a fine header dispatched with ease giving the boys a deserved lead.
The remainder of the first half played mostly in the Glenvale half. A fantastic work rate from Emmerson, Weston and Creen in the middle of the park holding a very high line linking up with McLaughlin in attack saw the boys playing some lovely one touch football which really was a joy to watch resulting in some more first half goals being added. Scott and McPhee always alert at the back and McDougall in goal dealing with any Glenvale attacks. 
The boys went into half time leading comfortably. As the second half kicked of Mcbride and Baxter were introduced to the match. A shuffle of positions seemed to unsettle the boys for a few moments allowing Glenvale in to score a deserved goal for the way they started the second half and put together another attack or 2. 
Another shuffle of positions saw the Port boys settle back into the match and for the remainder of the match it was one way traffic towards the Glenvale goal. A combination of great work rate and hunger combined with clever thinking and good passing saw the Port boys add to their tally with a few more goals. 
Every boy contributing to what was a solid and very well organised team performance. The coaches are pleased with the attitude from every boy, the goals coming from all areas of the park, and they are looking for this type of performance to continue in the coming weeks. 
Goalscorers: Scott, Weston, Creen, Emmerson, McPhee, and McBride. 
Coaches thank sponsor B. Buick and Sons (bodyshop).
PGBC 2003s
The kids travelled to Wemyss Bay on Saturday and a poor performance saw them lose out to an Ardgowan side. Although there were some spells when the boys seemed to play well they lacked in concentration and could never really get themselves into the game. Coaches believe the boys can perform much better and are capable of producing better football, hopefully this will be apparent next weekend.
Sponsored by Carpetrite
PGBC 2001s 
The 2001s had a free week this week but will resume this Saturday at Parklea. Boys will be told at Thursday nights training session the details
Any boy interested in a trial for the 2001s should come along to Parklea on a Tuesday or Thursday night and ask for Ian or Bryan, or give a call to either of them on 07753 846465 or 07969 760291.
Thanks to Inverweld for the continued sponsorship.
PGBC 15s 6-2 Cardonald Thistle 
The young guns got off to a slow start and went 1 nil down I the first few minutes, however Ciaran Murray made it all square shortly afterwards, before the Port scored another 2 in quick succession to make it 3-1.
It was some slack play from the Port that allowed Cardonald to slip one back however some inspired substitutions for the Port meant they upped the ante against a stuffy Cardonald side and they ran out worthy 6 2 winners. 
A special mention to the Ports newest striker Young Jordan Gatens, who hit the bar twice and then scored a beauty of a goal, great debut performance in an all round good team performance. 
Goals came from Jordan, Paul Payne 2, Ciaran, Kyle McGuigan and Stuart Barnes. 
Refs motm: Luke Johnston. 
New team sponsor: S Johnston Joiners and Builders Contractors.
PGBC U17s 0-3 Mojams
The Port boys lost out to Mojams this Saturday at KG5, with a few players missing they lost out on points in this league game, refs motm was Lewis Rankin.
The 17s are looking for players,  training is Tuesday 8.30-10pm  and Thursday 7.30-9pm at Parklea, the boys play on  Saturday afternoons, any player interested phone Alex on 07913 657978 or Steven on 07984980154 cheers.
Sponsored by Sharp Response
PGBC 19s 2-2 Rossvale
The 19s travelled to Bishopbriggs on Sunday afternoon to play Rossvale but had to settle for a share of the points, goals from Mark Ross and Sam Pollock were not enough to give them the victory.
Refs motm: Brady Grierson
PGBC 21s 0-3 Mill Utd
The Port boys lost out in this league tie away to Mill Utd, although the game was stopped early, unfortunately Young Glenn McDonald ended up with a broken leg and due to this the game never carried on. The 21s will resume training this week and wish Glenn all the best in his recovery.
Sponsored by The Square Restaurant, Greenock McKinnon Bros and PMc School of Motoring.
Due to the clubs rising popularity another team will be evolved, at 2004 level, anyone interested should get in touch via facebook or be at Parklea on Wednesday nights at 5.30pm, ask for Barry.
The boys and officials from community coaching right through to the 21s wish a speedy recovery to Glenn McDonald after his broken leg on Saturday afternoon, we’re sure Nurse Shona will do a good job looking after you.
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