INVERCLYDE American Football hosted a presentation and fund-raising night.
A huge amount of work went into making the night a success, and it was started off with recognition for the Inverclyde Phoenix section. Players were recognised for their consistency and dedication. Two awards were given out -- Phoenix Spirit, which went to Jordan Deafley, and Players' Player, which went to Andrew Boyd.
Funds were raised from a raffle, audience participation racing and then a chance to win two special bottles of whisky and vodka by seeing who could get their £1 closest to the bottles. In total, with the 60 people in attendance, the club were able to raise £545 on the night.
The club thank the following local businesses/organisations who were very generous with their donations for the night: Costa Coffee Oak Mall, Old Bank Bar, Fresh Oak Mall, Interflora, 134 Cathcart Restaurant, James Watt Bar, The Cardwell, Baguette express, Red Nightclub, Smiths, Ronnie’s Chip Shop, Luigis, KFC, Waterfront Cinema, 4th Port Boys Brigade
IAFCC’s Clyde Comets continue to work hard in the background, with training taking place at 7.30pm every Wednesday at Notre Dame High School's 3G pitches. The Comets have their second game day taking place on Sunday 23 April at 10am. The day is being hosted by the Edinburgh Outlaws at Heriott Watt University 3G indoor pitch. Games are as follows for the Comets: Comets vs Midlothian Sabres, Dragons vs Comets
IAFCC has a junior and youth football team that trains at Battery Park every Sunday from 11.30am until 1.30pm. Inverclyde Phoenix recruit players between the ages of 12 and 19 years. No previous experience is necessary. Full kit is provided. Training is taken by fully-certified coaches. The Phoenix are currently scheduling friendly games.