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|Aberdeen University Match (First Team Club News)- 26/7/15|
|Some details for anyone travelling to the Aberdeenshire Cup tie at Aberdeen University on Wednesday night. The game is to be played at Keith Park, Hillhead Centre, Aberdeen.
There is limited parking available outside the main entrance and behind the hockey pitch. There will be further parking across at the University Halls of residence or just down Don Street at Seaton Park.
The majority of the capacity for Keith Park is within the stand (image below) for about 200 people, with standing capacity to the wings of the stand.
There is likely to be a tea hut open, selling teas, coffees, and Bovril.
|Vale add former Don to Squad (First Team Club News)- 26/7/15|
Deveronvale have added former Aberdeen midfield player Bradley Manson to the fist team squad.
First team manager, Ally Macleod, said of the signing “I’m very pleased that Bradley has chosen to join Deveronvale and look forward to working with him to develop the undoubted potential he has and furthering his football career.
Although Bradley has played much of his career to date in central defence, I envisage him playing a more forward orientated midfield role in the team.” Deveronvale would like to welcome Bradley to PRP and wish him much success with the club.
|Vale 2-2 Broch (First Team Club News)- 25/7/15|
Vale fought back from two-nil down to pick up a hard-earned point against visitors Fraserburgh, match report to follow
|Deveronvale Lottery (Lottery News)- 25/7/15|
|Jackpot for Friday 31st July 2015 will be £5700 Winning numbers for the 24th July 2015:- 2, 5, 7, 13, 14, 16 with the bonus number of 2 £50 Consolation winners are:- G Ross, Banff & F Gordon, Banff|
|Minute's Applause (Other News)- 24/7/15|
|Prior to Saturday’s home game with Fraserburgh, a minute’s applause will be observed in memory of four gentlemen who have been associated with the club over the years, and who sadly passed away over the summer months. Former players George Pirie and Leigh Henderson, former committee member Dod Ewen, and lifelong supporter Ian Thompson.|