Pitfour f.c have finally been given changing facilities at their playing area in St Madoes Park thanks to an award from The Scottish Football Partnership. The club were originally formed in 1960 and after a wait of over half a century they now have in their possession two new changing containers and a storage container which houses a state of the art portable floodlight. Pitfour f.c were reformed after a short break in 2006 and they currently run 7 teams ranging in age from U8’s to U16’s who play in the Perth and Dundee leagues. The club were the first in Perth and Kinross to be awarded a Quality mark and last week they were upgraded to the prestigious Community club status by the Scottish FA. Pitfour vice chairman Innes Ross explained that the club had been given their new lofty status due to the number of teams they currently run and the development work the clubs 22 qualified coaches participate in throughout the Carse of Gowrie area. “We have a strong player recruitment programme in our local schools and thanks to our association with Dundee Violet Juniors we have in place a fantastic player pathway for our youngsters. Our new facilities at St Madoes Park would not have been possible without the support of The Scottish Football Partnership and we would like to thank them for providing our players with a safe changing environment.” Said Innes.