27th July 2016 – Forth Wanderers 3 Lesmahagow 0
The Wanderers got back to winning ways this evening, defeating Lesmahagow 3-0 in the Clydesdale Cup semi-final at a wet Kingshill.
Forth were a goal ahead at the interval after a fine finish from the impressive trialist striker, but chances were created and spurned at both ends in an entertaining 45 minutes.
A Kristopher Dick penalty early in the second half gave the Wanderers a two goal cushion before Taylor Scott completed the scoring to send Forth through to face Lanark in the final at Moor Park on Monday.
18th July 2016 – Martyn Meek
The Wanderers would like to extend a warm welcome to goalkeeper Martyn Meek who has signed on at Kingshill. At Gartcairn last season, Martyn has also played with Newmains, Vale of Clyde and East Kilbride Thistle.
Welcome aboard Martyn !
15th July 2016 – Season Tickets
Season tickets are now available for 2016/17 and despite the fact we have two extra league games, the price remains the same as last season. This is in recognition of the tremendous backing the team received from the supporters during our successful title challenge.
The cost for 13 League games and the 2 home Sectional League Cup ties is £45/£22.50 – a £30/£15 saving on walk up prices. Tickets are not valid for the Scottish/West/Central Cups where the gate is shared.
Tickets can be purchased at any of the forthcoming pre-season friendlies.
6th July 2016 – Opening Fixtures
The opening fixtures have been released and can be viewed on the fixtures/results page. The Sectional League Cup begins with a home match against Larkhall Thistle on August 6th, while the league campaign gets underway with a visit to Neilston Juniors on August 27th. The Clydesdale Cup match against Lesmahagow will be held at Kingshill on July 26th.
6th July 2016 – Jason Corbett
A belated welcome back to Jason Corbett who has returned to the Wanderers after a season with Thorniewood United. Jason spent the end of last season on loan at Kingshill and memorably scored the injury time winner against East Kilbride which guaranteed promotion.