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Scotland caps for Spiders 15s

Two of the Queens Park U15 side were named in the Scotland squad this week for matches against the Republic of Ireland. Both Blair Murray and Lee Connelly  joined the squad on Saturday and both also started for the national side in Mondays match played at East End Park, Dunfermline. All of their team mates(…)

Spiders 15s at Murray Park

Queens Park 15s visited Murray Park on Monday evening to play Rangers in a re-arranged league match. The side were looking forward to another tough challenge having put in a great performance in the last game between the sides. As expected, this turned out to be a closely fought match, with Queens playing well in(…)

Young Spiders 11s welcome Hearts

Queens Park 11s welcomed a strong Hearts side to Toryglen last week for their scheduled league fixture. The young spiders were more than a match for the boys from Tynecastle in what proved to be a competitive day. The first game was a close affair, with the match flowing from end to end and both(…)

15s travel to St Andrews

Queens 15s travelled to St Andrews on Sunday to play Dundee United. The side set off early on Sunday morning to make the two hour trip to the ‘home of golf’, with the game taking place at St Andrews University grounds on the outskirts of the town. The Spiders had played Utd at this ground(…)

15′s play Forth Valley

Queens 15s welcomed Forth Valley to Toryglen today for their scheduled league match. The Spiders were looking forward to the game despite the squad numbers being reduced due to a few injuries picked up over the last couple of weeks. As part of the players ongoing development, the Queens coaches asked the side to play(…)

Spiders 17s v Celtic

Queens 17s welcomed Celtic to a bright and sunny Toryglen today for the scheduled league match between the sides. The game started at a frenetic pace with both sides looking to press forward and create chances. Queens had some good passages of play and worked hard to put pressure on Celtic when not in possession.(…)

17s against Celtic

17s against Celtic

Our 17s played Celtic today at Toryglen.  Click on the picture to see more from the game

16s versus Dunfermline

Queens 16s took on Dunfermline last week in what turned out to be a closely fought match. The first half was pretty even, with the Spiders slightly disjointed at times as they struggled to retain possession in the way that they normally can. Queens though started better in the second half and showed more creativity. Despite(…)

15s travel to Motherwell

After a good week of training, Queens 15s travelled to Motherwells’ Braidhurst facility for this weeks match. The game was originally scheduled to be played on grass at Dalziel Park however due to the recent poor weather, was moved to the astro surface at Braidhurst. This was a match that was played in good spirit,(…)

Queens U11s v Clyde

Our U11s played Clyde on Saturday 1st February in blustery conditions. On one park it was an efficient if unspectacular performance by the young spiders. There were a number of promising moves and patterns of play which were sometimes let down by a poor first touch or decision making on the final pass. Queens though(…)

U12s v Clyde

Our U12s side played Clyde at Toryglen on  Saturday. This being their first “official” 11 a side game, the 12’s were determined to show the home crowd what they had learned from their winter pre-season training and practice games.  The first 30 minute period was very pleasing with controlled play from the back and through(…)

Spiders 15′s v St Mirren

Queens u15s played against St Mirren today at Toryglen in their first league match of 2014 following the festive break. Both sides were evenly matched throughout the game with chances being created at both ends. The young spiders had several good passages of play in both halves and tested the Saints keeper on a number(…)