Drumchapel Amateur Greens 2007 youngsters took time off training recently to personally thank all the staff at Sixty Ate Bar and Kitchen in Clydebank for their generous sponsorship of the team throughout the 2019/20 season.

Currently playing in the Johnstone and District Youth Football League fourth division, the Greens are sitting fourth in the table having enjoyed a bright start to their campaign with five wins, two draws and just one defeat from their opening eight matches.

Kitting the boys out with both home and away strips, training zippers and hooded jackets for their first season playing competitive 11-a-side football, the Drum youngsters and their coaches went along to Sixty Ate Bar earlier in the season to show their thanks.

Drumchapel coach Mark Harris said: “We have been lucky enough to be sponsored by Sixty Ate Bar and Kitchen. Our boys have been fully kitted out with home and away strips and all the training kit for both the players and the coaches.

“It really is great to have one of Clydebank’s most popular bar and restaurants supporting our club as well as grassroots football around the town.

“It was good to visit with the new kit on to say thank you to everyone there and get some photos taken at the restaurant.”

Drumchapel Amateur Greens continue their league campaign this weekend as they make the short trip to take on St Mirren YFC. 

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