Dyce BC Fundraising Dinner 2016

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The Club would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who made the dinner such a success. The whole night was a fantastic event and that is down to the hard work behind the scenes at the club who have spent so much time in organising the event. A big thanks to Len Nicol who did a fantastic job at pulling everything together as always

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Our signature penalty kick competition started things off and the boys enjoyed seeing themselves on the big screens!

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Ian Thain kept the order for the night and our speakers Tam Cowan and Patrice were on top form as always and our auction did extremely well
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We hope everyone enjoyed themselves (some a little too much!) and we will hopefully welcome everyone back again in 2018!

Thanks again from everyone at the club

Photos from the night can be found here

McDonalds Community Day

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The McDonald’s Community day took place on 20th August and the Dyce Community Trust is proud to say it was an amazing success. Over a thousand people attended across the two sites at Pitmedden Road and Central park and each one of them had a great time. The 4 v 4 festivals, 7 v 7s and girls tournaments let the boys and girls show off their skills and how much they enjoy playing football which is what the day was all about.

A massive thank you to McDonalds for their help putting together the day, the SFA, Aberdeen Community Trust, our own Dyce coaches and the many others who generously gave up their day to help the event run as smoothly as possible

It was a great day for the Club and the whole community should be proud of pulling together to host such an excellent day

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One Week to go!

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The McDonalds Community Fun day is now only a week away, The Dyce Sports Trust are busily working behind the scenes to make it the best day possible and we want to make sure as many people as possible get to come along and enjoy the day.

If you would like to spread the word further about this  great event which will be the only one in Aberdeen this year please feel free the print off the attached Poster and post it far and wide!

We look forward to welcoming everyone along on the day

McDonalds Community Day 20th August 2016

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Dyce Community Sports Trust, a SFA Quality Mark Community Award Club. The Trust comprises of Dyce Juniors, Dyce Boys Club and Dyce Girls FC. Dyce have proudly been chosen by the Scottish Football Association & McDonalds to hold their showcase event which will take place at Pitmedden Road on Saturday 20th August 10am – 4 pm.

The day will include Inflatable Knee Slide, Inflatable 5 v 5 Pitch, Overhead Kick Station, Inflatable Information Hub, a McDonalds Football Ambassador, Speed Cage, Skill Sessions plus 5 v 5 Football Sessions by AFC coaches, Mini 4 v 4 Football Festival by North Region SFA, Invitation 7 v 7 Football Festival, Invitation Walking Football Festival, Beat the Goalie and much more!

The Club are working extremely hard to make the day a enjoyable experience so please come along and support the Dyce Community Sports Trust.

Any questions about the day please contact len@dyceboysclub.com

2003s Domestic Clean Sweep

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A massive congratulations from everyone at the Club to our 2003 side who have won the treble this season. The boys wrapped up the league with two games to spare and added the Colony Park Cup and the Batts Cable Trophy to the collection. It has been a huge team effort from all the boys, parents and coaches and they should all rightfully be proud of what they have achieved in their first season at 11 a side football.

Brilliant stuff boys keep it up next year!

Growing the Game Award

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Dyce Girls FC is a new girls development age group playing in the SWF North Region football festivals.
The £500 award has gone a long way towards providing some of the training equipment required to ensure the girls can suitably develop their skills.
This award means a great deal to the newly formed club as financing such a venture is increasingly difficult in these times of austerity.
The Club now has the basic training foundation so that it can go forward, develop the club and provide a platform for the girls to fall in love with the game and hopefully lead to a life long passion for the game.
Without this award it would have been difficult to both keep the players and attract others to come to the Club.

Well done girls!

2004s New away kit

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Dyce Boys Club 2004s were delighted to accept this new all black strip from Entier, caterers to the oil and gas sector, based at Westhill Aberdeen.
All at the club were delighted to receive their kind donation and wish to thank everyone at Entier who made this happen

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Dyce Boys Club gain SFA Community Club Award

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Dyce boys club are the recipients of the SFA Quality Mark Community Club which was presented prior to the Aberdeen v Celtic clash at Pittodrie. This followed a successful alliance with Dyce Girls, Dyce ITC Hydraulics and Dyce Juniors to form the new Dyce Sports Community Trust
Pictured receiving the award are George Anderson and Len Nicol flanked by Kayleigh Paterson from Dyce Girls
This is another step forward in the development of the boys club which was only possible due to the cooperation of the other clubs in the trust