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  2. Congratulations to Ali Nixon on being included in the squad for the forthcoming Centenary Shield Tournament, played between February and April: https://scottishschoolsfa.co.uk/boys-under-18-international-squad-announced/
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  3. Also in the squad is Airdrie’s Liam Prunty, son of ex ICT striker Bryan.
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  4. Merry Christmas to all on the forum regulars and lurkers. I wish you and your families all the best for the festive season however you are celebrating hopefully with good food and wine or whatever your tipple is and I hope Santa is good to you
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  5. Peter Pawlett is/was on trial.
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  6. If we do lose Wotherspoon, I hope MacGregor is soon fully fit and able to play an influential part in the second half of the season. He could well turn out to be a straight replacement for Wotherspoon. I’d much rather have them both making a full contribution though.
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  7. I think you are right the way Dunc talked about his offer and his family commitments I think he will get a better offer nearer home. If that happens we will have to find another gem!
    1 point
  8. Thanks Gringo, we appreciate you doing this. A very Happy Christmas to you and yours and to all NPLers.
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