A fantastic evening was had by all at our 14th Annual Presentation Evening on Saturday 30th November. Thanks goes to all our coaches for their continued support, players, parents and all those involved in supporting the evening.
Photos of the evening are now available.
Presentation Evening Award Winners
Lisa Evans, U7, U9 and U11 sides not involved with competitive football, were awarded medals for their efforts while the older sides were presented with awards ranging from a Clubwoman Award to Players’ Player of the Year.
Farmington U13 Dynamos
Clubwoman: Alisha Stewart
Most Improved Player: Erin Reynolds
Player of the Year: Daisy Hickie
Clubwoman: Nicole Gibson
Most Improved: Ashleigh Davidson
Player of the Year: Iona Henderson
Club women: Eilidh McDiarmid
Players player: Alix Saddler
Player of the year: Martyna Kisiel
Farmington U15 Cobras
Clubwoman: Molly Dishington
Players Player: Karla Millar
Player of the Year: Laura Findlay
Farmington U17 Falcons
Most improved: Liberty Whyte
Players player: Beth Mowatt
Player of the Year: Melissa Coull
Clubwoman: Lyndsey Clyne
Players Player: Pauline Harley
Player of Year: Pauline Harley
Young Player of the Year: Beth McPherson
Players’ Player: Fiona McNicoll
Player of the Year: Donna Paterson
Community Award: Leah White
Youth Player of the Year: Beth Mowatt
Farmington U15s, Charlotte Taylor, Vivian Kerr (representing East Region) & Brodie Greenwood (representing North Region) all attended the SFA U14s National Camp at the Oriam, Edinburgh on Monday.
Playing 2 games, East region, losing one and winning one and North region drawing both games.
Huge well done to Charlotte who was awarded East regions player of the day pictured receiving her football award, and to Brodie who was awarded player of the match in her first game, pictured receiving her Scotland top award.
It’s fantastic to see representation from our club. Well done girls ⚽️
A fantastic evening was had by all at our 13th Annual Presentation Evening on Saturday, many thanks to our guest of the evening Stevie Baxter (The Sporting Pursuit) who did a tremendous job keeping the night running smoothly as our compere. Also thanks goes to all our coaches for their continued support, players, parents and all those involved in supporting the evening.
Photos of the evening are now available, thank you to David Young for coming along to cover the event.
Presentation Evening Award Winners
U7, U9 and U11 sides not involved with competitive football, were awarded medals for their efforts while the older sides were presented with awards ranging from a Clubwoman Award to Players’ Player of the Year.
U13 Blue Devils
Player of the Year – Amy Taylor
Most Improved – Charley Blackie
Clubwoman – Isla Booth
Player of the Year: Alix Saddler
Most Improved: Emilia Kisiel
Clubwoman: Brodie Greenwood
Player of the Year – Molly Dishington
Most Improved – Mia Haggart
Clubwoman – Bailey Morrison
Player of the Year – Rachel Allan
Most Improved – Ellie Carnegie
Clubwoman – Emma Christie
Players of the Year – Alex Glennie
Player’s Player of the Year- Nicola Spence
Club woman- Kacey McCabe
Player of the year -Chloe Finnegan
Player’s Player of the Year – Beth Mowatt
Coach of the year – Jamie Fyfe
Player of the Year – Gemma Mullholland
Player’s Player of the Year – Katie Hasset
Clubwoman – Lyndsey Clyne
Player of the Year – Fiona McNicoll
Player’s Player of the Year – Megan McCarthy
Young Player – Cassie Cowper
Goal of the Season – Caroline Heron
Supporters’ Awards – (Presented previously at last home fixture)
Supporters Young Player of the Year – Cassie Cowper & Kayleigh Brough
Supporters Player of the Year – Megan McCarthy
Community Award: Nicola McBride
Youth Player of the Year: Kaite White
Inverkeithing Strollers 1 Fofar Farmington FC 13s 5
A magnificent performance from our U13s secured the East Region League Cup at a sunny St Andrews on Saturday.
Forfar started the game brightly & attacked from the off. Martyna Kisiel opened the scoring on 5 minutes when sent through the middle she calmly rounded the keeper to slot home. Inverkeithing drew level in the 12th minute when a corner was only half cleared, the midfielder scoring with a good finish from the middle of the box.
Forfar restored their advantage before half time with a cracking individual goal. Lily Christie picked the ball up on the half way line beating a couple of players before scoring into the far corner off the post.
Forfar continued to press after the break & there lead was extended with a move straight from the training ground. A corner from Brodie Greenwood was volleyed home by Eilidh McDiarmid.
Forfar were now controlling the game and they added a fourth when a brilliant cross field pass from Alix Saddler found Vivian Kerr at the edge of the box. Vivian controlled it first time and her right footed shot found the far corner. Another Greenwood corner was unfortunately turned into the net by an Inverkeithing defender to finish the scoring.
We are delighted to be involved in both Youth League Cup Finals. Fantastic achievement for both our U13s and U15s Falcons to make it to this stage. Both Finals taking place at University of St Andrews Sports Centre.
Well done to our players selected for National Camps next month.
Farmington U13s Vivian Kerr and Brodie Greenwood along with Farmington Falcons U15s Alex Glennie have been selected to attend Scotland U14 Training Camp, taking place between June 1st-3rd at Tulliallan Police College.
While Melissa Coull & Kasey McCabe (not pictured) have been selected for the Scotland U16s Training Camp along with Farmington 17s players Katie White and Beth Mowatt.
U16s Camp taking place at University of St Andrews from June 22nd-23rd.
All representing the East Region
Philippa McCallum was the latest to represent the club for their country last week when she appeared for the Scotland U16’s in a Development Tournament.
The 14 year old started the second and third games against Iceland and Czech Republic, helping the Scots keep a clean sheet in both while grabbing an assist in the former game.
McCallum spoke of her delight to be appearing for her country and reckons it was a privilege to be involved.
She said: “It feels fantastic to be involved with the national squad at that level. I feel really proud to be representing them. I’m very pleased with all of my performances during the tournament and felt really privileged to be on the pitch.”
The youngster, who can play in the centre of midfield or at left back hopes she can elevate herself to the older national squads and one day play in the Premier League with Farmington. McCallum has already trained in the club’s Performance Squad and hopes the good run can continue.
“I hope to one day play for the first team at Farmington and hopefully this will help me continue to play at international level for a long time.”
She continued: “I’ve been asked to train with the senior squad before and hopefully this will help me progress as a team player at that level.”
The club are encouraging their young footballers to expand on their football knowledge by getting involved in coaching courses.
16 year old Performance Squad members Leah White and Caitlin Mitchell along with 18 year old Rachelle Milton from our Ladies squad all took part in the recent SFA East Region 1.1 Early Touches course at Brechin High School.
All three girls have been involved with the club’s youth setup by coaching the U7 and U9 groups. It is an ideal situation to have these young women, who have achieved so much at Farmington, help with the junior girls and offer real female football role models for the youngsters at the club.
Junior Co-ordinator Jane Luckhurst is pleased to see players get involved with coaching younger girls, explaining: “In order to be successful our club relies heavily on volunteer help, as every club does, but the ideal situation would be if we could encourage more players to get involved in the coaching side of the club. This allows them to pass on their knowledge to the junior girls, and the junior girls are delighted to have the older players as coaches.”
Leah, Caitlin and Rachelle will all be taking part in the Level 1.2 course next month.