Here is a video tutorial showing you how to register and vote for Paisley on the web on the RBS Community Force website, its step by step so please pause it if necessary, your vote really does matter to our organisation for some desperately needed equipment to promote the town of Paisley, its events, its buildings and its people.
The RBS Page direct link is here http://communityforce.rbs.co.uk/project/208
but please follow this video which is much easier.
Saints head to Ibrox this week after the International break to a place that is not a happy hunting ground for Saints only doubts are Murray,McGregor and Mooy and with Rangers having Ness and Papac absent.This is an all ticket game and the Box Office on Greenhill Road is open tomorrow from 9am-11am for last minute ticket buyers.Ticket prices are Adult – £22 Over 65 – £8 Child (16-17) – £8 Child (under 16) – £5.
A TALENTED group who have real star quality lined up to collect awards at St Mirren Park … and there wasn’t a footballer in sight.
The occasion was the inaugural Renfrewshire Youth Voice (RYV) Positive About You awards and the main function suite at the Paisley stadium was packed to the rafters.
One by one, young achievers made their way up to the stage to collect gongs which were well deserved.
This was an awards show that proved once and for all that Renfrewshire definitely does have talent.
After the enforced break for the International games St Mirren welcome Paisley boy Derek McInnes and his St Johnstone team to St Mirren Park. Danny and the boys will hope to bounce back after the defeat to Celtic and get moving back up the table again.
Saints still have Mooy(Back),Murray(Knee),Barron(Ankle) and McGregor all sidelined through injury.
St Johnstone have Murray & Callum Davidson missing from their squad.Lets hope the rain stays off and the improved crowds turn up in force again.Tickets are still on sale right up until kick off so lets get behind the boys again and hopefully cheer them on to victory.
Danny Lennon got his wish and must be in the running for manager of the month after his St Mirren…
Saints make the trip to Edinburgh to face Hibernian hoping to make amends for last weeks last minute loss. Hugh Murray, Aaron Mooy and Darren McGregor still on the sidelines along with Nigel Hasselbaink who is suspended for this game.
Saints played a midweek closed doors friendly with Hamilton to get the fitness levels up for some of the fringe players which Saints won 4-3 McShane(3) and Carey being the scorers.
2 possible new signings in training with Saints also Chris Doig(ex under 21 internationalist) & Ilias Haddad(ex team mate of our own Jeroen Tesselaar) both hoping to fill the gap that Darren McGregors injury has created.
St Mirren welcome Motherwell and Michael Higdon to St Mirren Park this week. Big Higgy still goaless for the season and hopefully this continues for this game.
Saints had a blow to deal with this week with last seasons player of the year Darren McGregor out for most of the season with ligament trouble, we wish Dazza a speedy recovery.
Marc McAusland expected to take McGregor”s place in the line up this week and with Nigel Hasselbaink suspended for 2 games it will be a different attacking partnership for Danny this week. Aaron Moy,David Barron & Hugh Murray all expected to be absent this week as well which will mean that Saints will have a lot of youth players on the bench.
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