STRIKER Bryan Prunty was chosen as the Sonstrust man of the match by member Gordon Meikle for his outstanding performance against Alloa Athletic in the recent midweek match (4th Dec).
Bryan managed his now customary overhead kick to claim another goal and give Sons a valuable point against a stuufy and resilient Alloa outfit.
Prunts is pictured with Gordon receiving his award in the foyer of the Bet Butler Stadium immediately after the game.
BUS IS NOW FULL
Many thanks to members for supporting the fans bus to Berwick on Sat 30th.
We are now fully booked.
Bus will leave Dumbarton High Street (on the day) at 11am sharp.
We have begun work on restoring DFC memorabilia to the walls of the community suite (supporters bar) at the Bet Butler Stadium.
Trust membership secretary Tommy Hughes, helped by board member David Richardson, have both been busy in the last week or two and their hardwork is appreciated.
Tommy said : “The photos, strips and various memorabilia creates a real nostalgic tone and returns the bar to the look and feel of a supporters area.
“We can’t, unfortunately, install as many items we had in the past and we are concentrating on putting up stuff which has significance to the club’s history.”
In the weeks ahead, further glimpses into DFC’s illustrious past will be displayed in the bar and the project will be ongoing.
CHRIS Turner is pictured, above, receiving his man of the match award for his powerhouse midfield performance against Cowdenbeath in yesterday’s SPFL Championship clash.
CT was chosen by trust member Jim Cruttenden who was unavailable for the piccie, so board member Denise Currie was on hand to present Chris with his award.
Well done Chris (and Denise).
We are on the final straight with regards to preparations for our fundraising Quiz Night this Saturday (26th).
36 teams have registered and we expect a full house in the community suite at the Bet Butler Stadium.
Players and officials will mingle with fans and an excellent night is anticipated with all funds raised going towards our goal of buying extra shares in DFC.
Kick-off is 7.30pm, with doors open at 7pm.
Everyone should note that there are access and egress restrictions at the stadium for those planning to arrive by car.