Clarkston Loyal RSC Annual Dinner Friday 17th May

MearnsUnionist

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150 members and guests in the Thornton Suite tomorrow night.

Up the marble staircase into the Members Lounge for a few swift ones, before through to the Thornton Suite for the dinner and entertainment.

Bill Copeland, Joe Camay and the legend that is Derek Parlane are the speakers and there's a superb auction, that includes some fantastic Rangers memorabilia, with a percentage of what's raised going to the Erskine charity.

There is no better venue for a night like this and it'll be a great way for our supporters club to round the season off.

Night kicks off at 6.30pm in the Members Lounge, or 5.30pm down the Grapes for the early birds.

Let's go Bears.
 

Neilstonger

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150 members and guests in the Thornton Suite tomorrow night.

Up the marble staircase into the Members Lounge for a few swift ones, before through to the Thornton Suite for the dinner and entertainment.

Bill Copeland, Joe Camay and the legend that is Derek Parlane are the speakers and there's a superb auction, that includes some fantastic Rangers memorabilia, with a percentage of what's raised going to the Erskine charity.

There is no better venue for a night like this and it'll be a great way for our supporters club to round the season off.

Night kicks off at 6.30pm in the Members Lounge, or 5.30pm down the Grapes for the early birds.

Let's go Bears.
All the best to the Clarkston Loyal from the London Branch. We struggle to hold an annual dinner due to the difficulty of finding a suitable venue and the fact that our members are located all over London and the South East.

But we more than make up for it with an annual boat trip down the Thames. 200 Bears this year have bought tickets and the entertainment includes a flute band and a singer who knows all the songs and more.

Hope we all have some silverware to celebrate next year.
 

MearnsUnionist

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All the best to the Clarkston Loyal from the London Branch. We struggle to hold an annual dinner due to the difficulty of finding a suitable venue and the fact that our members are located all over London and the South East.

But we more than make up for it with an annual boat trip down the Thames. 200 Bears this year have bought tickets and the entertainment includes a flute band and a singer who knows all the songs and more.

Hope we all have some silverware to celebrate next year.

Got to say mate, your annual boat trip does sound the business.

Thanks for the good wishes.
 

billyboyblue

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Been fortunate enough to attend a few Clarkston RSC functions and go on the bus a number of times.

Great supporters club. Hope everyone has a fantastic night tomorrow.
 

rangersno.1

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Hope everyone has a fantastic night and it’s successful for the best supporters club going, I’ll need to make it along to another one of the end of season dances which I’ve not been to in a while.

WATP
 

MearnsUnionist

Well-Known Member
Hope you all have a fantastic night, had Derek at our bowling club last year , still a passionate supporter our our great club ,and a superb speaker,

He's been brilliant in the run up to the dinner mate and is an absolute gentleman.

Nothing is too much trouble for him.
 

MearnsUnionist

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He's the leader of the team
The greatest centre forward that the world has ever seen
He's always there or thereabouts to score the vital goal
And as for Jimmy Johnstone ye kin stick him up yer hole.

Great wee song Woodrow.

Fair chance it'll be getting belted out tomorrow night.
 

Woodrow Call

Well-Known Member
So here we are in the semi final of the ECWC.
I'm in the Derry as I was for every game of the run. It was phuckin bedlam.
Like Tavs goal last week im still of the opinion that Sandys was a cross that got lucky. Who cares.
Then the rookie that was DP scuds an exocet missile.
I remember nothing of the game. Absolutely nothing. When you went in the Derry you were there to sing.
Waddell hated the Derry and put benches in the following year and called it the centenary stand.
It was the greatest place ever for teenage Rangers supporters. It was scary. It was on the edge of being safe.

I phuckin loved it.
 

Neilstonger

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Got to say mate, your annual boat trip does sound the business.

Thanks for the good wishes.
It gets better every year - so much so that this year that we've had to hire a bigger boat. It all starts in a couple of boozers near the Tower and I believe we're being led by the band down to the boat for embarkation. From then on its a massive, bacchanalian Sash Bash.

Our Social Secretary is absolutely brilliant at organising the trips.
 

JRM244

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150 members and guests in the Thornton Suite tomorrow night.

Up the marble staircase into the Members Lounge for a few swift ones, before through to the Thornton Suite for the dinner and entertainment.

Bill Copeland, Joe Camay and the legend that is Derek Parlane are the speakers and there's a superb auction, that includes some fantastic Rangers memorabilia, with a percentage of what's raised going to the Erskine charity.

There is no better venue for a night like this and it'll be a great way for our supporters club to round the season off.

Night kicks off at 6.30pm in the Members Lounge, or 5.30pm down the Grapes for the early birds.

Let's go Bears.
We've got our 20th Anniversary doo ( John Greig Loyal, Dumbarton) in the Thornton suite aswell in june can't wait for it .

Hope you all have a cracker mate.
 
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