Greenock Morton Supporters' Trust

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  1. Morton Q & A

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    With relegation to League One now confirmed it is safe to say that this season has been one of the most disappointing in Morton’s recent history. In order to address what went wrong this season, and what steps are being taken – across the club – to ensure that Morton return to the Championship quickly and in a stronger state, Greenock Morton Supporters’ Trust welcome Morton fans to join us in the Morton Supporters Club at 7pm on Friday 2nd May, where you will have the opportunity to put your questions to a panel consisting of the club’s chairman, Douglas Rae, club director, Crawford Rae, the first team manager, Kenny Shiels, the chief executive, Gillian Donaldson, and Conulstant for Club Development, Warren Hawke.

    Attendance is free but numbers are limited by the size of the venue, so we do ask that you sign up for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/greenock-morton-qa-tickets-11330354395?ref=estw.

  2. Upcoming GMFC AGM

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    As the second largest shareholder in Morton, GMST will be representing its members at the upcoming club AGM on Thursday the 30th of January. We are looking for suggestions of questions to be asked at this and, although there may not be an opportunity get everything answered, we will try to get as much information as we can and report back soon after the meeting.

    It has been a tough time on the field this season although there has been encouraging work elsewhere with the Community Trust and youth academy so there will be plenty to discuss.

    Please reply to membershipsecretary@gmst.org.uk with any questions ASAP and we will endevour to get them asked.

  3. The Raffle Winner Is…

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    The draw for the raffle has been made by Morton boss Kenny Shiels assisted by Karen Walsh of the Community Trust. The start prize of £250 was won by Stuart Duncan of Gourock. The other winners will be informed over the course of this week and updated on our website’s raffle page – there are a few winners with not so neat handwriting so will need to be checked with all the sellers at our first board meeting since the draw on Thursday night.

    Thanks to all that took part in the raffle – we managed to raise almost £600 from this which will go towards Trust funds and running costs.