Dyce Community Sports Partnership was delighted to receive funding recently from the SFP Trust’s small infrastructure strand within the James Anderson Grassroots Football Facilities Fund. This newly established Partnership used the grant to purchase portable goalposts which can be stored and used by both Dyce Boys Cub and Dyce Girls Club at their Pitmedden Park base.
Dyce Boys Club is a long-standing club in the area with over 220 boys enjoying their football every week under the direction of the club’s fantastic coaches. The Girls club was only formed around 4 years ago and now provides activity for all age-groups. The girls section is now advancing into 11-a-side football and the provision of these goals is fundamental to allowing competitive football to be played at Pitmedden Park.
The picture above shows the SFP Trust’s Neal Ross with the Club’s President who thanked both the SFP Trust and Mr James Anderson for their investment and support of Dyce Community SP.