Dreams target Remark

Ardeer Thistle boss Sean Kenney sounds no regrets warning as he targets final league push

Reading now: 107

Ardeer Thistle boss Sean Kenney admits he hasn’t given up on a dream ‘double’ promotion. The Stevenston outfit resume their Conference B campaign away to Thorniewood tomorrow knowing a win could take them to the brink of the top four.That’s the threshold for promotion to what will effectively be the second tier of the WoSFL next season when the three conferences are broken down into linear leagues.Should Kenney’s side achieve the feat it will mark a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for a side who were the worst ranked team in the region when he took over in the summer.They are already in a strong position to secure a top nine finish which would clinch a place in next season’s third tier.Kenney is keeping his feet well and truly on the ground for now but is also keen to have no regrets come the end of the campaign.He said: “We’re pushing on and we have to be relatively happy with how things have gone so far but one of the big things I wanted to change at the club when I came in was the mentality.“I don’t want us to look back at the end of the season and use the excuse, ‘aye, but look where we’ve come from.’”“It’s nice at first when people point that out but we have to look forward.“At the moment we still have a lot of work to do.

We don’t have any superstars, just a group of boys with a great team spirit who work hard for each other.“Thorniewood is a tough start to the year for us.

They’re a good team and in my opinion one of the favourites to go up.“We will need to be at our best, as we have had to be in most games this season, if we want to take the points.”Don't miss the latest Ayrshire headlines –sign up to our free daily newsletter here

Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk
The website popstar.one is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

The xx’s Romy, Fred Again and HAAi announce new single and secret launch party - nme.com - London
The xx’s Romy, Fred Again and HAAi announce new single and secret launch party
The xx’s Romy, producer Fred Again and HAAi have announced that they’ve worked together on a new single.The trio shared a conversation in which all three are discussing the new single, which arrives this Thursday, alongside a “secret” launch party.Romy shared a screenshot of the conversation on Instagram and said the song was called ‘Lights Out’.Romy added: “I am SO excited about it! We are doing a last min release party this Thursday in London, which is the day it comes out.”There is then a link in the bio where fans can sign up to find out where.A post shared by Romy (@romyromyromy)Fred Again shared the same image and posted: “Me and @haaihaaihaai and @romyromyromy have decided to do a random last minute pop up rave in London on the day our song ‘lights out’ comes out! WHICH IS THURSDAY! WHICH IS ONE DAY AWAY BASICALLY!”While HAAi added: “@fredagainagainagainagainagain and I have decided to do a last min free rave in London on the day our track ‘Lights Out’ comes out, which is this FKN THURSDAY CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!????”HAAi hinted that more guests could be at the “free rave”, writing: “We may even bring some pals along to play as well, who knows?”A post shared by Fred again.. (@fredagainagainagainagainagain)A post shared by HAAi (@haaihaaihaai)Back in December, The xx shared a clip of themselves playing together in the studio.This was the first time the trio had been seen together in some time.
Floyd Mayweather - Floyd Mayweather's YouTube rival 'not scared' of 700ft helipad fight – 'I did skydiving' - dailystar.co.uk - USA - Dubai
Floyd Mayweather's YouTube rival 'not scared' of 700ft helipad fight – 'I did skydiving'
Floyd Mayweather's expected next boxing opponent insists he holds no fear coming up against the former world champion despite the fight taking place on a helipad 700ft in the air.YouTuber Money Kicks is set to face the American next month, and is in the finals stages of contract negotiations ahead of the exhibition event.Mayweather recently announced that he would be taking part in another money-spinning fight, with this latest affair set to take place in the sky.A special arena will be constructed on the helipad at the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, with a select few lucky guests invited along to take in the exclusive show.And the former world champion at several weights will be taking on Money Kicks – real name Rashed Belhasa – who lives in the city.The 20-year-old boasts a massive online following with more than five million fans across his YouTube channel and Instagram account alone.He has recently joined the phenomenon of social media stars cashing in on their fame with a boxing career, and is undefeated at 2-0 having taken part in a couple of Social Knockout events.His third bout will no doubt be the strangest and most high-profile of them all, but whether or not he is nervous about facing one of the best boxers ever, Belhasa says the venue does not faze him.Are Floyd Mayweather's boxing exhibitions hurting the sport? Have your say in the comments section.""I did skydiving, I'm not scared!" he told SunSport."But it's a different experience, but it's not my event, it's Floyd's event."So when they told me they're going to do an event on the helipad, I was like, 'That's crazy'."Mayweather's upcoming fight will not be the first time the helipad at the top of the famous Dubai hotel has been used for a sporting publicity