Steady Performance From Peterhead
Backed by Kerloch Oil Tools, Scottish League One team Peterhead FC is putting in a strong performance again this season. The north-east side currently sit mid table in what is a fairly tightly contested division. After 21 matches the side has amassed 33 points and currently sits sixth in the division, but have played two fewer matches than Stranraer who lead the league with 43 points. With games in hand, last season’s League Two champions are targeting a top four place this season in League One and recently strengthened their team. The Balmoor Park club has welcomed midfielder Kevin Dzierzawski who is on loan from Queen of the South for the remainder of the season. Kevin was signed for the Palmerston Park Club in August 2013 and comes to Peterhead FC as a welcome addition to the club. Last month the Blue Toon signed former Dundee FC favourite Nicky Riley who was previously on loan from the club. The 28-year-old forward had been without a club since leaving the Dark Blues in November by mutual consent. Peterhead FC general manager, Nat Porter, said: “We’re in a healthy position in the league and are aiming to break into the top four. The players are now pushing on and are hoping for a place in the play-off stages in May. “After winning being crowned League Two champions last year and gaining promotion to Scottish League One, our first aim was to consolidate the club and we’re making huge strides in doing that.” Last summer Kerloch Oil Tools signed a one-year extension to its sponsorship agreement with Peterhead meaning that the company’s logo is adorning the club’s home and away shirts until the end of the 2014-15 season. For more information on Peterhead FC visit www.peterheadfc.com or follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/peterheadfc. To contact Kerloch Oil Tools, call 01224 704419 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.