Saint Mirren West College Scotland U16 Men cemented their position as league winners, with a game in hand, when they travelled to Perth at the weekend. A depleted St Mirren, with the younger boys in Inverness with their U14 team, and Brad Low injured, faced a Perth Team who have struggled all season. Saints, reduced in numbers, but high ...
Saints returned to League action following their Scottish Cup success last week, travelling to Portobello to play against City of Edinburgh Kings.
St. Mirren struck first blood in the game with a fine layup from Brad Low starting an almost unbelievable run to start. The press from the Cup holders forced West Lothian to panic, causing turnovers. On top of this, Wolves were missing lay-up’s while the power three Robbie Stevenson, Mikey Irvine and Chris Feeney were easily ...
St Mirren continued to dominate the first quarter with Mikey Irvine scoring from the free throw line to make it 6-0. The first off the bench for saints was Craig Fraser and, as the Muskies settled into the game, their defence improved and saints were unable to score as easily as they did in first few minutes; however, the scoreboard ...
Cadet Men National League Division 1
A win in this game, the last before the Christmas break, would see the St Mirren West College Cadet Men maintain their unbeaten run of 13 games this season in the National League and Scottish Cup, and achieve an undefeated 2016 with a 100% run of 39 wins.
Fury have posed the biggest threat to the ...
Cadet Men Scottish Cup Semi Final
Saints battle Knights to ride into the Scottish Cup final.
The semi-final of the Scottish Cup saw St Mirren West College Scotland U16 Men playing Stirling Knights at the Peak Stirling, in a rematch of last week’s league game.
After being put to the sword by Saints last week, the young Knights came ...