After the highs of the previous weekend’s Cup exploits, the 2002’s coaches feared a performance dip ahead of the trip to the Borders with a tough game away to improving Gala side. The journey made all the more challenging with Jack C, Danny and Luke all missing and Kornel coming back from illness. Continue reading
The visitors, who travelled to Edinburgh unbeaten this season, were the most fancied to make it into the hat for the next round draw however it was a polished performance from the North Edinburgh side who kept a clean sheet in the making too. Continue reading
Spartans started strongly against the northern lads, with Joe In particular flying repeatedly down the wing. Just the final touch or too many touches enabled Culter to block numerous chances that would have seen the hosts take a deserved advantage. Continue reading
The annual Spartans kids adventure to the King’s Theatre will take place on Tuesday 13th December where this year’s hilarious production is Jack and the Beanstalk.
The 7pm show is available to all kids aged 5 to 16 and tickets cost £12 each. Friends, brothers and sisters welcome too. Adults – sorry, it’s a night out for the nippers! You can buy your own tickets and be hipsters without the wee ones elsewhere though!
To book tickets, please call Jeanette Veitch on 07810 048 231 between 5pm – 9pm.
The following draws featuring Spartans teams were made:
The Cornerstone Mortgage Consultants front man has put his name to The Spartans 2004’s tops for the forthcoming campaign. Continue reading
Spartans 2008s season has been offered a boost with the delivery of new kit courtesy of kind hearted local business Cornerstone Mortgage Consultants.
The Edinburgh based company have been long standing supporters of the Club, backing the Senior Men, Women and Youth sections over the recent seasons. Continue reading
Spartans dominated possession for the outset in the fresh autumnal air and blanket blue sky with the two holding midfielders Ethan Russell and Innis Skinner utilising the width of the pitch to create many overloads out by the touchline. Continue reading
The game was played on a fantastic 4g pitch in great weather, the perfect recipe for fast flowing football. Continue reading
Unusually, the team was hit by last minute illness and call offs and we only had eleven players and no subs. For a normally much larger squad, it was clear that this would be a tough gig, with lots of running around and no breaks. Continue reading