THE ANGUS Developmental 4s, aimed at footballing boys and girls aged six to eight years old, has restarted.
It will run in line with the Desire to Play stage in the Scottish FA Developing Talent Plan.
Development 4s is designed for young players who wish to put a game structure in place and provide opportunities for their new team to play regularly before the season starts. The programme will help the youngsters develop in a relaxed environment with no pressure and be allowed to express themselves and improve their basic skills.
The Angus Developmental 4s will run until Saturday, October 27, at the astro turf pitch at Arbroath Sports Centre, from 10 to 11.30 a.m. The cost is £1 per week per player.
If you would like to register any team or individual to take part contact Scott Nicoll, development assistant (Football) on 01307 474244 or e-mail NicollS@angus.gov.uk
Chosen for Scotland
TWO GIRLS from Timmergreens Primary have been selected to represent Scotland’s under-12s basketball team.
Jess Campbell and Ellis Mathieson impressed in trials that were held last Saturday and Sunday.
In addition, Tayside Musketeers coach and ex-Arbroath High School pupil Jordann Cunningham has also been chosen as one of the assistant coaches.
They will all now compete for Scotland in the Gothenberg tournament in Sweden in May.
ACSC fixtures for this weekend are as follows: 11s – free week; Under-12s v. Lads’ Club, 11 a.m. kick-off; Under-13s v. DUSC, 12 noon kick-off; Under-15s – v. Broughty, 12.30 p.m. kick-off; Under-16s – v. Dundee West, 2 p.m. kick-off; Under-17s – free week.
Seniors: ACSC, friendly match; A team v. Dundee University, 2 p.m. kick-off.
All players to meet at 12.45 p.m. Call-offs to ‘phone 07966567330 or 07949329614. There were no lottery winners.
The club is looking for any unattached players born in 2001. Call Stewart Cook on 01241 434497.