Scott Wilby says it is a “disgrace” that goalie Jake Gemmell isn’t in the running to be the region’s player of the year. The keeper has played a key role in Threave Rovers’ charge for the South of Scotland League title, keeping a clean sheet in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Newton Stewart in a game that was moved to St Mary’s Park. But despite that, he hasn’t made it onto the shortlist for the league’s player of the year. Wilby said: “The shortlist for the player of the season came out on Friday.
Stewartry head coach John Muir is to quit at the end of the season. The Greenlaw boss has been in charge for six years but will stand down once the BT West Division One campaign is complete. He will remain as both club development officer and a player. Muir said: “I have been doing this for six years now and I feel it’s time for new voice for the players. “I had originally planned only to do it for four years.
St Cuthbert Wanderers remain top of the South of Scotland League after edging out Abbey Vale on Saturday. The win means the Kirkcudbright side are still a point clear of Mid Annandale, who have four games in hand, while Threave Rovers have played six games less than Saints. Saturday’s game at Dumfries High School was decided by Joe McMillan’s second half-strike but many in the Vale camp felt it should have been ruled out for offside.
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