Fans v Fans 2009

Sunday, 17th May 2009
Action from the fundraising match at Broadwood. Pictures by Ian McFadyen, ably assisted by Louise Blackhall. Individual prints of everyone that played will soon be available to buy for a small donation - look out for details on the homepage or contact Richie Duncan (07853194034).
The teams come out the tunnel to warm applause.
The teams come out the tunnel to warm applause.
by Ian McFadyen
The 'home' team.
The 'home' team.
by Ian McFadyen
The 'away' team.
The 'away' team.
by Ian McFadyen
Barry McMillan challenges Willie Thomson.
Barry McMillan challenges Willie Thomson.
by Ian McFadyen
David Meldrum goes round Michael Quigley.
David Meldrum goes round Michael Quigley.
by Ian McFadyen
Gerry Dunn takes control of the left flank.
Gerry Dunn takes control of the left flank.
by Ian McFadyen
Graham McLachlan plays the ball past Gordon Parks.
Graham McLachlan plays the ball past Gordon Parks.
by Ian McFadyen
Alex Murray gets away from Paul McLachlan.
Alex Murray gets away from Paul McLachlan.
by Ian McFadyen
Paul Cannon closes down on Stuart Coleman.
Paul Cannon closes down on Stuart Coleman.
by Ian McFadyen
David Worton tries to intercept.
David Worton tries to intercept.
by Ian McFadyen
Rod Mackenzie and David Dishon try to reach the ball first.
Rod Mackenzie and David Dishon try to reach the ball first.
by Ian McFadyen
Adam Motherwell attempts to beat Graeme Percy.
Adam Motherwell attempts to beat Graeme Percy.
by Ian McFadyen
David Dishon celebrates his second goal.
David Dishon celebrates his second goal.
by Ian McFadyen
John Alexander is tracked by Richie Duncan.
John Alexander is tracked by Richie Duncan.
by Ian McFadyen
Richard Quinn holds off Kenny Quinn.
Richard Quinn holds off Kenny Quinn.
by Ian McFadyen
Andrew Clark and David Alexander see the funny side.
Andrew Clark and David Alexander see the funny side.
by Ian McFadyen
Ian Roberts takes command of a crowded box.
Ian Roberts takes command of a crowded box.
by Ian McFadyen
John McCone has Duncan in his pocket again.
John McCone has Duncan in his pocket again.
by Ian McFadyen