The Week Ahead

The first Breakfast Club of the week takes place at Lochside on MONDAY (15th May) at 8am.

An hour later, the Community team will be working with Max High on their Diversity Project.

With Walking Football at the Arena for the over 50s from 10am for an hour.

In the afternoon, our £1 to Play session for kids takes place, again for an hour from five o’clock.

And Speedy will be holding his goal-keeping classes run by qualified SFA coaches for boys and girls aged 10 – 16.  The first season for an hour starts at quarter past five with the second session underway at Palmerston from half past six.


On TUESDAY (16th May), the Breakfast Club continues at Lochside Children’s Services from 8am. 

In the afternoon, the Why Try programme which aims to help kids choose the right paths in life takes place at St Josephs from twenty to two until half past three. 

In the evening, the Youth sides and Ladies team will be in for training.


On WEDNESDAY (17th May), the Breakfast Club continues from 8am.  That’s followed by a school visit by Amisfield from 1100 – 1215. 

Between 1300 – 1500 the Community team are again working with Max High.

The Wednesday Coaching Clubs for pre-school and primary school children continue. Pre-school kids are in from 1530 – 1615 with the primary school kids club taking place from 1600 – 1730.


On THURSDAY (18th May), it’s a busy day for the Community team, Breakfast Club kick starts the day from 8am at Lochside Children’s Services.

The Community team then move onto school visits with the first of two Max High Tours at twenty past nine, Georgetown Primary have a school visit at half past nine for an hour, before the second Max High tour takes place at 11am and Heathhall continuing their programme from three o’clock.

For two hours from 1pm there will be Walking Football event at the Arena for Compass Brain Injury Specialists (previously known as Headway House).  The club and Compass have been working together for the past two years working on a rehabilitation programme, this week a group of psychology, neuroscience, OT and SALT students will be visiting from the United States as they carry out research and compare services here in Scotland to those in the States.

The youth sides and ladies teams are back in training ahead of their weekend games.


On FRIDAY (19th May), the final Breakfast Club of the week takes place at 8am.

The school visits continue from 10 – 12 it’s the turn of Dalbeattie Primary.

And in the afternoon it’s the turn of the girls to have their chance to play football as the Community team hold the weekly Girls Club between 4 – 5pm.


SATURDAY (20th May) - The girls teams are all in action at Palmerston.  The Rapids host Saints (10am), at the same time The Doonhamers play East Kilbride while an hour later Saints are also the visitors as they play The Devils.


On SUNDAY (21st May); It’s the final game of the season for the Under 13s and Under 15s.  The 13s are at home to DUMBARTON with a noon kick off.   It’s the same opponents for the under 15s but they’re away for their game.  The Under 17s are also at Dumbarton in their penultimate game of the season.


Throughout the week, the facilities within the Arena and KGV are available to book and don’t forget the Club shop and the Arena café are also open.

Also the Queens lottery continues with the chance to win £50 or £25 from Monday to Friday, £500 on a Saturday and of course for those in the deluxe draw the monthly chance to win £1000 (£3000 at Christmas or a new car at the end of the season) – details of how to enter are online.

Tickets are now on sale for Derek Lyle’s Testimonial legends match between Queens and Rangers on Sunday 25th June. Priced £12 and £6, home and away tickets can be purchased via


Dates for your dairy:-

2nd June – The draw for the group stages of the Betfred Cup takes place.

23rd June – The league fixtures for season 2017/18 will be announced.

25th June – Derek Lyle’s Testimonial Match – Queens v Rangers Legends, 2pm at Palmerston.