Hard work rewarded

Oct 28, 2022

All guests are special at pre-match Hospitality at Balmoor however there will be extra special guests from within the wider Peterhead football community taking in The Blue Toon’s League 1 match with FC Edinburgh. Peterhead Boys Club 2007 team have been invited to hospitality to recognise their undefeated start to the season which has taken them to the top of the Aberdeen and District Juvenile Football Association A League with coaches at this week’s coaching camp run by the club also welcomed. Peterhead FC Chairman Rodger Morrison said: “Our management team and directors popped in to wish the 2007 team well before they played Cove last month. That worked well as they went on to win that game 2-0.” “Since then, they have continued their fine form and have won five out of five in their league that includes well-established clubs from Aberdeen. I believe that it is only right that the senior team in Peterhead acknowledge how well they have done. I hope the players and their coaches enjoy the hospitality and our game with a good FC Edinburgh team.” Involvement in the community is important to the club with Chairman Morrison saying: “Our Community Liaison Officer Natty Porter is always busy with local initiatives as well as FITT , Festive Friends Programmes and our training camps.” “This week’s training camp was really popular and it is correct that we recognise the time and effort put in by the coaches to make sure they run smoothly. I hope that they also enjoy the day.” Rodger added: “We are pleased to help support football and football players locally. Three weeks ago, we welcomed Buchan Girls to Balmoor for a coaching and team-building session and towards the end of last season we had four players from Peterhead Boys Club playing for us in a Testimonial.” “They were rewarded by keeping their first team jerseys which we were delighted to hand over. Our Hospitality has a great reputation and it is great to have local football involved to such an extent on Saturday.”