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  David  Alexander

David started with Wemyss again at the 11's age group, he has since grown to be one of the best central defenders in the league, although he has not gained recognition, for this I'm sure it will come soon. He scored his 1st goals for Wemyss the year against Seafield and not content with 1 got a hatrick, he has at present scored 6 goals this season. Again David was a member of the 11's consolation cup winning team. However there is one down side to David, knowing that you have to put up with his dad's weird sense of humour both at social functions and on the web site guestbook !!!

  Dale  Black

Dale Black was another of the 11's consolation cup winning side. At that time Dale played up front, but also had other hobbies on the go at the same time. Since then Dale has started to concentrate on his football and this has really shown through this year. An adaptable player who usually plays on the left side of midfield, but has played rightback on occasions, and done quite well. The one inconsistancy in Dale's game is his shooting, which can be deady, but other times woeful.

  Billy  Christie

Billy used to come along to the training at 11's but never was signed. Last year Billy found his true position, rightback. He has all the requirements of the role, speed, good tackling, but tends to get bored when there is no action in his area. Billy has played other positions , right midfield and forward at times. When playing up front has scored a few good goals. Billy was last years player of the year

  Aaron  Clunie

Aaron is the most recent signing to the Wemyss ranking, signed in Dec 2001. Aaron played with Greig Park Rangers at 11's then went to Thornton at 12's but quit halfway through the season. Aaron tends play up front or in midfield. He hasn't scored any goals for Donny up front this year but has scored a hatrick & a double when Hamish has picked the team.

  Ian  Duff

Ian is not the tallest goalkeeper in the league, but he makes up for this in his ability. This is Ian's 1st season with Wemyss however he played around 6 games for us at the end of last season. Ian hasn't had much to do between the end of Nov 2001 and end of March 2002 as the boys have been on an unbeaten run, likes to come up for corners and against Inverkeithing he hit the post with a spectacular volley.

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