RHU Amateurs’ Caledonian League squad saw their good recent run by a narrow defeat away to Stirling University on Saturday.

Rhu finished the match with 10 men and were beaten by a single goal from the penalty spot for the home side.

Rhu’s Saturday morning squad were left kicking their heels on Saturday after bad weather forced the postponement of their Glasgow Colleges FA home match against Cambuslang.

But there were smiles on the faces of Rhu’s over-35s on Friday night after they picked up their first win of the new season in convincing fashion thanks to a 6-1 home win over Inchinnan.

This Friday, April 12, Rhu’s over-35s are away to Dumbarton’s supporters team, The Sons FC.

Off the pitch, meanwhile, the club has announced details of its annual sportsman’s dinner and player of the year awards next month.

The event will be held at the Rosslea Hall Hotel on Friday, May 31 and, as well as being compered by local man Graham Hill, will feature two of the best after-dinner speakers in the country in the form of former Motherwell and Morton winger John Gahagan and ex Rangers, Manchester United defender Jimmy Nicholl, who won 73 caps for Northern Ireland, played at two World Cups in 1982 and 1986, and is currently his country’s assistant manager.

Sponsor tables are available.

To book a ticket or find out more information, speak to any player or committee member or to any member of the club’s management teams, or send a message directly to the club’s Facebook page at facebook.com/RhuAFC.

Alternatively you can phone or message the Caledonian League squad's manager, Gordon Brodie, on 0771 112 0323.