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Under 15s football will start again this weekend.

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Oban Saints U15s are back in competitive action for the first time in over 13 months this weekend when they travel to play Westercommon Star in the Glasgow and District YFL Divisional Cup.

With a decision taken to scrap the 20/21 league season due to Covid the GADYFL have set up a Divisional Cup for teams during May and June instead.

The U15s have been drawn in a group section including Westercommon Star, Cranhill and Milton Rovers, playing each team home and away over six weekends, with a semi-final and final to be played in June.

Although the youth teams at the club are now allowed to play full contact games the senior adult teams who play in the Central Scottish AFL and the Greater Glasgow AFL are still only allowed to participate in ’15-man bubble’ non-contact training sessions, but this is due to change to full contact training and 90-minute games from May 17.