Feb 8 2012 by Colin Paterson, Airdrie & Coatbridge
OVER 100 people attended Waysiders/Drumpellier midi section’s third annual Burns’ Night last Thursday.
The hugely successful event was held at Clarkston Social Club.
Under-16 player Vann Smith piped in the top table and then the haggis which was addressed by Davie Gemmell.
Following the meal, Wullie Devoy delivered a recital which brought Tam O’ Shanter to life and everyone enjoyed Mr Gemmell’s rendition of ‘Wullie Wassle’.
Monklands comedian Pat Rolink gave a toast to the lasses. Musical entertainment was provided by Billy Kelly and his son Frank.
Smith and under-16s team-mate Dale Reilly produced a joint-bagpipe medley and Reiss Young sang solo.
Midis organiser Jake Wilson said: “We would like to thank Clare and Craig Moffat of C Moffat Electrical Services for their kind donation which will go towards the section’s end-of-season tour.
“I’d like to thank Mitchell Gibb for his excellent chairman skills and everyone who came along and supported the event.”