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Welcome to the Banchory St.Ternan FC web pages. We hope you enjoy the web site which will be regularly updated with all that is going on at Milton Park.
Banchory St.Ternan FC play in the North Regional Junior Football Association PMAC Superleague. The town of Banchory is situated in the heart of Royal Deeside 18 miles west of Aberdeen. The club's ground is Milton Park which is located about 2 miles east of Banchory. If you wish to contact the club e-mail at: email@example.com
The Club play their home games at Milton Park, Crathes, about 2 miles outside Banchory towards Aberdeen. The pitch at Crathes was created in 1983 and was first used in August 1984. Over the years, the club have steadily invested in improving the Milton Park facility. Starting off with one pitch and a portable changing facility, we now have two full sized pitches, training areas with floodlights, and modern pavilion.
Morrison Trophy Winners : Seasons 1994/95, 1995/96, 2004/05, 2005/06
North Region Division 1 Champions : 2007/08
Honorary Life Members
Due to Stonehaven drawing their Scottish Junior Cup tie against Greenock yesterday, our scheduled McBookie.com Superleague fixture for next Saturday has now been changed with a home fixture against Dyce Juniors.
10-Dec-16 DYCE JUNIORS k.o. 1.30pm
17-Dec-16 HERMES k.o. 1.30pm
There are no fixtures for 24th and 31st December.
It looks as though we willl not have a fixture on Saturday unless the Culter ETHX Scottish Junior Cup 3rd Round tie at East Kilbride is postponed. It will all be weather dependent and there may well be chance that teh game could be psotponed as it is believed that the East Kilbride pitch is not in good order.
If we have no game that will be three weeks on the gtrot with no game. No fixture was allocated to us for 19-Nov, the following week the game at Dufftown was postponed due to frost and now for this Saturday 03-Dec. we have no allocated fixture again.
Despite being well up with our League fixtures compared to other clubs, it will still leave us at a disadvantage not having played for a whole month. However, it does have the advantage that it has allowed a few injuries to heal up and get players back fit again without missing any games.
Watch out for a News post to let you know if the Culter game is on this Saturday.
Sincere apologies for the lack of updates over the last month but the site has been affected with gremlins and hopefully these have been sorted out and we will be back in action.
All pages will be updated as quickly as possible over the course of the next few days.