CAPTAIN KRISTOPHER DICK RE-SIGNS
Wanderers Captain Kristopher Dick has agreed a contract extension to keep him at Kingshill until June 2017. The midfielder chipped in with an impressive 10 goals this season and his signature brings the total number of players signed for next season to 13.
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The Wanderers finished their league campaign with a 3-2 victory over Royal Albert at Kingshill this evening. Second half goals from Barry McGeechan, with a tremendous individual effort, Kristopher Dick from the penalty spot and Jason Corbett, saw Forth finish with a remarkable 12 wins from their final 13 league games, a fantastic achievement at any level of football.
Yes, it was perhaps a bit flat at times and the penalty was a soft one, but what a season the players have given us and to win the league by 8 clear points is phenomenal. Take a bow each and every one !
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The Wanderers were knocked out of the Central League Cup losing 2-1 to East Kilbride Thistle at Kingshill yesterday. The visitors took an early lead through Adam Boyle and with EK keeper Christopher Treacy in inspired form, it took a penalty from Barry McGeechan with 10 minutes to go to level things up. Just as the tie looked to be heading to penalties, up popped Thistle substitute Craig Miles with a late winner to send them through to face Cumbernauld in the next round.
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The Wanderers are Champions !
Four goals from the irrepressible Wullie McLaren, taking his total to 25 in 25 games this season, saw the Wanderers win the Central 2nd Division at Kingshill tonight after a 4-1 victory over local rivals Lanark United. A large crowd saw the Wanderers crowned Champions for the first time since 1979-80 and undoubtedly the celebrations will last long into the night!
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The Wanderers are promoted !
An injury time winner from Jason Corbett saw the Wanderers make it 10 wins from 11 and seal promotion to the Central 1st Division. Forth led at half time through a clever Wullie McLaren goal but the visitors pegged them back and it looked to be heading for a draw until that late, late winner. One win from our remaining two games against Lanark and Royal Albert will see the Wanderers promoted as Champions.
NEWMAINS UNITED 1 FORTH WANDERERS 2
A game of two halves and a game of two penalties as Forth overcame Newmains by 2 goals to 1 at Victoria Park this evening. One up at half time through a fine Willie McLaren strike, the Wanderers had also hit the woodwork three times in a half which they dominated. However, a rejuvenated Newmains were far stronger in the second period, Wanderers keeper David Cherrie saving an early penalty before they deservedly equalised through Colin Boylan. However, Forth are nothing if not resilient and a Kristopher Dick penalty with 6 minutes to go made it an impressive 9 victories out of 10 and means 3 points are required from the final 3 games for promotion and 6 for the title.