Tickets for Schools Programme in Safe Hands at Braidbar

Queen’s Park’s ‘Tickets for Schools’ programme for this Saturday’s cinch Championship game with Morton was in ‘Safe Hands’ this week, in more ways than one, when Men’s first team goalkeeper Calum Ferrie visited Braidbar Primary School in Giffnock.

As well as handing out Match Tickets, Queen’s Park T-shirts and scarves to pupils of the school, Calum met with the school’s Active Schools Co-ordinator, Craig Gordon, who just happens to be a former Spiders shot-stopper and coach in the club’s Academy.

Calum took part in a Question-and-Answer session with the pupils, who will be bussed to and from the game by the club, about life as a Queen’s Park player and on being the last line of defence.

The Braidbar pupils did not hold back with Calum saying: “I was certainly on the spot when it came to answering questions. Some of the questions asked where harder than at the club’s recent Q and A session.

“It is great to be involved in something like this as it promotes Queen’s Park, and what the club stands for as well. I will be going back in the near future to talk about the game against Morton and how much everyone at Braidbar enjoyed their visit.”

Kieran Koszary, Head of Commercial at Queen’s Park added: “St Fillan’s Primary and Eaglesham Primary both enjoyed their recent ‘Tickets for Schools’ visits and I am sure that Braidbar will be the same.

“It is terrific that the players happily give up their time for both the initial and return visits as these pupils are our fans of the future.”

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