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Saturday 31st August
Our new management team took charge of their first match today, but unfortunately we went down to  a 2-0 defeat to Renfrew. Martin Lauchlan is the new manager, and he is joined by assistant manager Carlo Girasoli, and coach Paul Roberts. The trio have worked together  before, most notably at East Kilbride FC in the lowland league, where they won the league title and came within a penalty shoot-out of winning promotion to the SPFL.
As they try and makechanges to the squad, they have brought in Michael Hardie from Forth Wanderers, and free agent Fabio Capuano who waspart of their EKFC team. Striker Stephen MacDonald has been released, and we thank him for his efforts.
Saturday 24th August
It is with regret that we have to announce that after today's 1-0 home defeat against Dalry that we have parted company with our management team.

We would like to thank Willie Paterson, Paul Kelly and Scott Black for their efforts over the last few years which saw us win the Central and Sectional League Cups and also the Super First Division.

Unfortunately we have also suffered 2 relegations from the Super Premier Division, and have also started this season in a manner which neither the management or the club would have wanted.

The office bearers of the club will now take steps to appoint a new manager as soon as possible.

Sunday 18th August
Ardagh Group West of Scotland Cup First Round
The first round of the West of Scotland Cup was drawn today, and we landed an away tie against Blantyre Victoria. The tie wil be played on Saturday 9th November, wit kick off at 2.00 p at the KG Stadium.
Tuesday 13th August
Macron Scottish Junior Cup draw
We were given a bye in Round 1. In Round 2 we were drawn at home against Newmains United, with the tie to be played on Saturday 28th September, with kick off at 2.30 pm.
The last time the two clubs met was also in the Scottish Junior Cup, also in the second round on 22nd October 2012. Petershill won 3-0 on that occasion, with goals from Paul Woods and Richie Burke putting Petershill 2-0 up at half time, and Sean McKenna rounded off the scoring with almost the last kick of the ball.