We look forward to welcoming you all to our BB Coffee Morning on Saturday 21st September from 10am until 12 noon at the Cathedral Hall. Entry is £1.50 (adults) and £1.00 (children) which includes tea/coffee/juice and scones/pancakes.

There is always a large cake & candy stall and donations of home baking etc for this would be gratefully received. Other attractions including the chocolate fountain, competitions and puzzles and a tombola stall.

Tickets are available in advance from any BB boy/family, but these are not required – payment can be made at the door on the day. This is one of our major fundraisers at the beginning of the year to help us subsidise upcoming events for the boys. All are welcome.

Following two nights of good, friendly, spirited competition involving over 250 youngsters on the fields of Dunblane Primary School, the schedule for the finals of the 2013 Doune & Dunblane Five-a-side Tournament is now taking shape. These will take place during the Dunblane Primary School PTA’s Fete on Saturday 1st June.

A PDF copy of the full schedule for Saturday is available at the bottom of this page.

In the P6/7 tournament, an unbreakable tie between Queen Victoria #1 and Deal With It – whose points tallies, goal difference and goals-scored tallies were all the same, with the game between the two having been a 1-1 draw – means that five teams from that age-group will take part on Saturday, with those two teams contesting a play-off at 2.00pm before the P6/7 semi-finals.

The two P4/5 semi-finals begin at 1.30pm and 1.45pm, with the P6/7 semi-finals starting at 2.20pm and 2.35pm. There will be third-place play-offs and both runners-up and winners will be presented with medals. The tournament trophies, including the Kevin Petrie Memorial Cup for P6/7, will be presented at the close of play for each age group respectively.

Please note that only players who played on Tuesday/Wednesday evening may participate on Saturday. No substitutions can be made from the original seven players on the team sheet.

If you have any questions, please get in touch via the ‘Contact Us’ page at top right.

Doune & Dunblane 5-a-side Saturday schedule

We at Dunblane Boys’ Brigade look forward to hosting the annual Doune & Dunblane Five-a-side Tournament this week. The P6/7 tournament takes place on Tuesday 28th May and the P4/5 Tournament on Wednesday 29th May. Both evenings will kick off at 6.30pm sharp and players should arrive at least 15 minutes beforehand.

There will be a tuck shop selling juice, soft drinks, water, sweets and snacks and – by popular demand – there will also be a tea and coffee stand run by parents. St. Andrew’s Ambulance volunteers will be on hand for any first aid requirements.

Please remember that ALL players must wear shinguards fully covered by socks to ensure safety and comply with insurance requirements. Sorry to be nit-picky, but we must insist on this.

Parents and spectators are reminded to please let the children manage their own teams! They have already taken on the responsibility of organising their squad, team name, strips and payments, so do resist the temptation to take over. It’s just for fun, even if there is a trophy on Saturday!

Attached to this article, you’ll find a PDF detailing the fixture running order for both evenings. Please treat this as a DRAFT in case of any last-minute withdrawals. No additional teams can be entered at this stage.

Saturday (semi-finals and finals): This will kick off at 1.30pm during the Dunblane Primary School Fete with the P4/5 semi-finals at 1.30pm followed by the P6/7 semi-finals at 2.00pm and continuing to third-place play-offs and finals thereafter, finishing at 4.00pm. Please note: only players listed on the original squad of seven can play. Absolutely no replacements can be used for missing players. 

If you have any questions, please e-mail us via the contact page.

CLICK HERE FOR FIXTURES SCHEDULE >>> Doune & Dunblane 5-a-side Fixtures 2013

The Sainsbury’s Active Kids 2013 campaign is under way and we at 25th Stirling (Dunblane) Boys’ Brigade would love to have your

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help collecting the vouchers when you shop there.

Each year, we are able to use funds raised at other events on all the big expenses because the Sainsbury’s and Tesco voucher schemes allow us to ‘buy’ so much of our sports equipment, outdoor gear, art/craft supplies etc for ‘free’ when you help by collecting so many. This year, there may not be a Tesco scheme, so we’re relying on you even more to help us with Sainsbury’s.

There will be a collection box at the Cathedral Hall until the end of May. You can help us by counting your vouchers and placing them in an envelope stating the amount before you put them in the box if you like! They can also be handed in to any leader or during any Anchor, Junior or Company Section meeting.

Thanks in advance. Please ask your neighbours, friends and family to collect for us as well!

The officers and boys of 25th Stirling (Dunblane)