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Our annual Sportsman’s Dinner will be held on Saturday 30th January 2016 at Beith Community Centre, 6.30pm for 7.00pm.   Speakers:  Bill Copland, John McKelvie and Sandy Strang.   Many fantastic auction prizes including: 3 night stay for 8 in luxury holiday home in Dunure. Corporate hospitality for 4 at

Mattie’s Hat Trick Saturday saw Garnock make the short trip to Glasgow to Hansel in the New Year with a game against the league leaders in the form of Glasgow Accies. In cold, damp conditions on a heavy pitch, Garnock kicked off and were immediately forced to defend when they

If you have any tickets and money that you can’t hand into pub on 2nd January, please drop them off at our friendly butchers – either Joe McGowan in Kilbirnie, or Ronnie Stalker in Beith and Dalry. Many thanks.

The U18s take on Birkmyre on the artificial pitch at ScotstounThe tomorrow. The game kicks off at 1.30pm prior to the Glasgow v Leinster match if you are going to the Glasgow game why not come along early and cheer the boys on

List of Raffle Prizes 2015 Prize                                                       Donated By £1,000.00                                               The Club Hilton B&B                                              Fran & Andy King Case of Spirits                                         Front of the Bus Case of Wine                                           Butch Garnock Merchandise                           Sandy Service –Fusion Sportswear Outdoor Jacket                                       Jim Hood – J&S Montgomery Digital

Garnock Lose to League Leaders (Reported by Tom Dickson) Last Saturday Garnock travelled to Maybole to tackle league leaders Carrick in their latest quest for league points. The South Ayrshire squad had suffered only one defeat all season and were in the final of the District Shield making them strong

National U18 Bowl Semi-final Orkney 24-20 Garnock A depleted squad of 15 players and 4 coaches left a stormy Beith at 07:30 on Friday morning to make their way to John O’Groats to catch the evening Gill’s Bay ferry to Orkney. I should add at this point that the staff

Garnock Lose in Local Derby (Reported by Tom Dickson) A much changed Garnock side travelled to East Ayrshire to take on Kilmarnock in their search for precious league points. Devastated by injuries Garnock were forced to play a make-shift squad. However, this seemed to lift the spirits of the valley

Garnock Lose Tight Game (Reported by Tom Dickson) In a game peppered with penalties, Garnock were unlucky losers at Bishopbriggs against Allan Glen’s. Garnock kicked off on a sunny autumnal afternoon and immediately set siege well inside the Glen’s 22 metre area. With less than a minute on the watch
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Sunday 4th October                        Newton Stewart 21-60 Garnock                    Well done boys!