IT’S A ROLLOVER – NEXT WEEK’S JACKPOT IS £2,500!

IT’S A ROLLOVER – NEXT WEEK’S JACKPOT IS £2,500!

It’s a rollover! There is no jackpot winner this week, so next week’s will be £2,500. There are TEN x 3 jackpot winners. Their agents are Funworld, The Black Cat, R. Whyte, Norseman Bar, A.Hope x 2, I. Munro, G. Metcalfe, P. Dunn, and an internet order. Please remember to check your ticket and make your…

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Lee Kilday: Falkirk draw stung like a defeat
by Jonathan Mitchell

Lee Kilday: Falkirk draw stung like a defeat

Morton captain Lee Kilday says that Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Falkirk stung like a defeat after Peter Houston’s side scored in the second minute of stoppage time to salvage a draw. The 24-year-old defender fired the Ton in front at Cappielow with a well-taken taken volley, but Bairns full-back Luke Leahy scrambled in a last-gasp…

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Admission prices confirmed for Dundee Utd cup tie
by Jonathan Mitchell

Admission prices confirmed for Dundee Utd cup tie

Admission prices have been mutually agreed between the clubs for our Betfred Cup quarter-final tie against Dundee United here at Cappielow on Tuesday 20 September. The match will be pay at the gate and prices are as follows: Adult: £18 Concession: £15 Parent and child under 16: £18 Child aged 12 to 16: £5 Child…

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Stevenson leaves Morton by mutual consent
by Jonathan Mitchell

Stevenson leaves Morton by mutual consent

Morton have today parted company with Dylan Stevenson by mutual consent in order to allow the midfielder to join junior outfit Auchinleck Talbot. Following spells with Celtic, Rangers, and boys’ club TASS, Stevenson, 19, signed for the youth academy in season 2012-13 and spent two campaigns at Under-17 level before being offered his first full-time…

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Jim Duffy: Bairns’ injury-time equaliser was a sickener
by Jonathan Mitchell

Jim Duffy: Bairns’ injury-time equaliser was a sickener

Morton manager Jim Duffy admitted a draw was a fair result against Falkirk but says the outcome was still difficult to stomach due to the cruel and controversial circumstances in which it occurred. Skipper Lee Kilday volleyed the Sinclair Street side into the lead in the 25th minute and his goal looked to have claimed…

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Match report: Morton 1-1 Falkirk
by Jonathan Mitchell

Match report: Morton 1-1 Falkirk

Morton 1 – 1 Falkirk     Kilday (25)        Leahy (90+2)   Morton were held to a 1-1 draw in their first home game of the league season after a controversial last-gasp equaliser from Luke Leahy rescued a point for visitors Falkirk. Left-back Leahy scrambled the ball over the line in the second minute of stoppage…

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Youth academy kitted out by sponsors Saveheat
by Jonathan Mitchell

Youth academy kitted out by sponsors Saveheat

The Morton youth academy has been kitted out with a smart new silver strip thanks to a significant sponsorship agreement struck with local firms Saveheat and Blairs Windows. Both companies each pledged £5,000 this summer to support the running of our youth system, and the Saveheat and Blairs logos will feature across the front and…

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Kudus Oyenuga cleared to face Falkirk
by Jonathan Mitchell

Kudus Oyenuga cleared to face Falkirk

New Morton striker Kudus Oyenuga today received international clearance and will be available for selection in Saturday’s Championship fixture against Falkirk. The 23-year-old Englishman put pen to paper on a short-term contract on Monday after a successful trial stint, during which he played for the Under-20s in a friendly against junior outfit Kilbirnie Ladeside. Kudus travelled…

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Date confirmed for Betfred Cup tie against Dundee Utd
by Jonathan Mitchell

Date confirmed for Betfred Cup tie against Dundee Utd

The date of our Betfred Cup quarter-final against Dundee United has been confirmed as Tuesday 20 September, with a 7.45pm kick-off here at Cappielow. BT Sport have selected the three remaining ties for live television coverage and these will be staged between Tuesday and Thursday of that same week. The fixtures are as follows: Tuesday…

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Cappielow is a home away from home for Aidan
by Jonathan Mitchell

Cappielow is a home away from home for Aidan

New Morton loan signing Aidan Nesbitt sees Cappielow as a home away from home and hopes to continue his prolific form here after swapping green and white hoops for the blue variety. Aidan is no stranger to the Greenock ground having performed on Mark Farrell’s pristine pitch for the Celtic development squad and Scotland youth…

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