Squad - Season 18/19

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1. Alan Martin
Position Goalkeeper
Date of Birth 01/01/89
Age 29
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2017
Left Club
Previous Clubs Motherwell, Leeds United, Barrow (L), Accrington Stanley (L), Ayr United, Crewe Alexandra, Aldershot Town, Clyde, Hamilton Academical, Dumbarton
Place of Birth Glasgow
Sponsors Doonhamers Travel Club


6 ft 1 in keeper much travelled in Scotland and England. 7 times capped by Scotland U19s and 12 times by Scotland U21s. U21 games inlcuded European Championship qualifiers home and away against Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan & Belarus and also the home and away play off games v Iceland. Martin was a play off winner in Scotland with Ayr in 2011 earning promotion to the second tier. Despite 32 appearances in 2012/13 season for Crewe Alexandra he was unfortunate to be an unused sub at Wembley in the Football League Trophy Final 2-0 win v Southend.

Signed by Gary Naysmith on 25 May 2017 when aged 28 after impressing playing against QoS the previous season when player of the year at Dumbarton. Made his competitive QoS debut on 15 July 2017 in the 3-1 league cup comeback win at Stenhousemuir.

2. Scott Mercer
Position Full back
Date of Birth 18/06/95
Age 23
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club January 2017
Left Club
Previous Clubs Dunfermline Athletic, Albion Rovers (L), East Fife
Place of Birth Kirkcaldy
Sponsors Galloglas Security and Logistics
Norman Blount

Defender signed when aged 21 by Gary Naysmith for QoS on 12 January 2017. Mercer previously played under Naysmith at their previous club, East Fife. Together they were champions winning promotion from the 4th to 3rd flight of Scottish football in 2016. Naysmith said of him, "He's what I'd describe as a modern day full back who has pace and is full of energy. Predominantly a right back he can also play of the left which is exactly what I'm looking for to provide us with additional cover."

Debuted for QoS when he started in a 3-3 draw at Dundee United on 14 January 2017. Aged 22 at the end of his second QoS season, he had made over 100 senior competitive appearances at all clubs in his career at that point. His first QoS goal was Queen's fourth on 24 November 2018 in the Scottish Cup fourth round 4-1 win v Formartine United. Mercer cut inside to score with a left foot, 25 yard screamer after 67 mins.

3. Jordan Marshall
Position Left Back
Date of Birth 27/10/96
Age 22
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2015
Left Club
Previous Clubs Carlisle United
Place of Birth Newcastle upon Tyne
Sponsors Campbell Mowbrey
Finlay Patterson

The left back is a product of the Carlisle United Academy announced by James Fowler on 29 June 2015 as having signed after being involved with Queens in the latter part of the previous season. 18 years old when he signed. He debuted in the 2-2 pre-season home draw v Kilmarnock on 14 July 2015. His next game was 11 days later marking his competitive debut in the 2-0 Challenge Cup home win v Stranraer. Marshall was presented with a memento on 17 December 2017 commemorating having made 100 QoS first team appearances. A similar commemoration was made to Darren Brownlie on the same day. Marshall's first senior QoS goal was the equaliser in a 3-1 home defeat to St Mirren on 17 March 2018.

4. Callum Fordyce
Position Defender
Date of Birth 23/06/92
Age 26
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2017
Left Club
Previous Clubs Hibernian, Livingston, Clyde (L), Dunfermline
Place of Birth Livingston
Sponsors Norman Blount


Livingston born defender of some versatility made over 100 competitive first team appearances for his birth town club. There he was part of the team that won the divisional title to earn promotion to the second tier in 2011. With Kyle Jacobs he was part of Livi's 2014/15 Challenge Cup Final winning side defeating Alloa and Michael Doyle in the final. In 2016 he repeated the third tier divisional title win this time with Dunfermline.

Announced on 23 May 2017 as signed by Gary Naysmith. Captain of Dunfermline the previous season. Primarily a centre back but has played all across the back during his career. Made his competitive QoS debut on 15 July 2017 in the 3-1 league cup comeback win at Stenhousemuir. His first QoS goal was the equaliser in the 2-1 defeat at Dundee United on 12 August 2017.

5. Darren Brownlie
Position Centre Back
Date of Birth 10/04/94
Age 24
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2015
Left Club
Previous Clubs Motherwell, Ayr, Partick, Cowdenbeath
Place of Birth Bellshill
Sponsors Galloglas Security and Logistics


6 foot 3 inch centre back announced as signed by James Fowler on 17 June 2015. Fowler played for Cowdenbeath on loan from January 18th to 25 March in 2014 with Brownlie in the team with him. Brownlie had just turned 21 when signing for QoS. He played in both the Fife club's wins against QoS the season before and missed the 2 defeats inflicted by Queen's on them. His competitive QoS debut was as an injury time sub for Ryan Conroy on 8 August 2015 in a 3-1 home league win v Alloa.

His first QoS goal was the opener on 19 March 2016 in the 6-0 home league defeat of Dumbarton. Brownlie was presented with a memento on 17 December 2017 for having completed 100 first team games for QoS. A similar presentation was made to Jordan Marshall on the same day.

6. Michael Doyle
Position Utility
Date of Birth 01/08/91
Age 27
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club July 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs Morton, St Johnstone, Alloa, Stirling Albion (L), Greenock Morton
Place of Birth Glasgow
Sponsors Queens Trust
Andy Anderson

Versatile player signed by Gary Naysmith on 13 July 2018 after playing in 2 pre-season friendlies as a trialist. Aged 26 when he signed with over 250 career appearances under his belt at the time. While favouring playing at right back he is comfortable playing on the right or centre of defence or midfield as required. Promoted in successive seasons with Alloa from the fourth to second tier in Scotland first as champions and then as runners-up. He was a 2014/15 Challenge Cup finalist with Alloa losing to the Livingston team of Callum Fordyce and Kyle Jacobs. Doyle's competitive QoS debut was the 5-3 home comeback league cup win v Stranraer on 14 July 2018. He headed the opener in the 2-0 home league win v Falkirk on 27 October 2018 for his first QoS goal.

7. Andrew Stirling
Position Winger
Date of Birth 05/03/90
Age 28
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2017
Left Club
Previous Clubs St Mirren, Stenhousemuir, East Stirling, Kitsap Pumas, Stranraer, Dunfermline, Stirling (L), Stranraer, Dumbarton
Place of Birth Paisley
Sponsors Just Cuts


Started in the youth setup at home town club, St Mirren. Subsequent ex-clubs include a spell with Kitsap Pumas based in Bremerton in Washington state in USA. The winger signed on a pre-contract for QoS while part-time at Dumbarton before joining QoS in Summer 2017.  Made his competitive QoS debut on 15 July 2017 in the 3-1 league cup comeback win at Stenhousemuir. His first QoS goal was the first equaliser of the game in the 2-2 league draw at Livingston on 9 September 2017. Re-joined Dumbarton on loan in January 2018 until the end of that season. Over 290 competitive career appearances by the time of his 2018 return to QoS. Few if any players in the division are quicker running with the ball at their feet.

8. Kyle Jacobs
Position Utility
Date of Birth 14/06/91
Age 27
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2015
Left Club
Previous Clubs Livingston, Kilmarnock (L)
Place of Birth Johannesburg
Sponsors Roger Turnbull
Bernard Forteath

South African born Kyle was part of football history described by UEFA  as, "almost certainly a European and world first". On 27 April 2010 he played as one of four brothers in the same team (alongside his fellow triplets Sheldon and Devon plus eldest brother Keaghan in a 2-0 win for Livi v Albion Rovers). Kyle joined James Fowler on the playing staff for half a season at Killie from August 2013. Jacobs scored the only goal, a 78th minute penalty, against QoS to keep Livi up on the last day of the regular 2014/15 league season. At Livi he won two divisional titles and also the Challenge Cup once.

Jacobs was announced by James Fowler on 29 June 2015 as being signed by QoS for his versatility. He was 24 when he signed. Typically plays in midfield but has slotted into defence when asked such as on his QoS debut. He played at right back in that 2-2 pre-season home draw v Kilmarnock on 14 July 2015. His next game was 11 days later marking his competitive debut in the 2-0 Challenge Cup home win v Stranraer on 25 July 2015. His first QoS goal was a 25 yard rocket in the 3-0 home league win v Greenock Morton on 4 February 2017. On 20 March 2018 he was given a presentation pre the 3-2 league win at Dundee United to mark 100 QoS first team games. Jacobs scored with a penalty in that win. He had well over 250 first team appearances clocked up across all his clubs by the start of season 2018/19.

10. Josh Todd
Position Midfield
Date of Birth 11/06/94
Age 24
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs Carlisle United, Workington (L), Annan Athletic (L & non-loan), Dumbarton, St Mirren
Place of Birth Carlisle
Sponsors Emily and Adam Copeland
Peter Haining Bathroom

Carlisle born midfielder who plays centrally or on the left side. Signed for Gary Naysmith on an emergency loan on 20 March 2018 from St Mirren. He was 23 when he signed having made over 150 competitive appearances for other clubs. He went straight into the side for a memorable debut in the 3-2 league win at Dundee United on 20 March 2018.

He then signed a one year deal on 8 May 2018 with Naysmith commenting, "he gave us a good balance in our midfield. It's no coincidence that since he came into the team our performances and results improved remarkably. Josh is a hard working, technical player who can play in a number of positions." His first QoS goal was in the 4-0 League Cup win at Edinburgh City on 21 July 2018.

11. Stephen Dobbie
Position Forward
Date of Birth 05/12/82
Age 36
Contract Expiry June 2020
Joined Club August 2016
Left Club
Previous Clubs Rangers, Hibernian, St Johnstone, Dumbarton (L), Queen of the South, Swansea City, Blackpool (L), Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace, Blackpool (L), Fleetwood Town (L), Bolton Wanderers
Place of Birth Glasgow
Sponsors Willie Green
JD Engineering

Dobbie spent his childhood in Barlanark playing street football daily where Graham Dorrans was often an opponent. Early in his career he was loaned by Rangers to Aussie club Northern Spirit in Sydney. He equalised for Hibs in the 2004 League Cup semi final 1-1 draw v Rangers. Hibs won on penalties when Frank de Boer failed to convert his kick. Dobbie played in the 2-0 final defeat to Livingston when ex-QoS Jamie McAllister scored.

Aged 24, Dobbie signed for QoS on 5 January 2007. He debuted a day later in the 1-1 Scottish Cup third round draw at Dundee. His first QoS goals were a double 10 days later in the 3-3 replay at home. QoS went through on penalties and reached the last eight when eliminated 2-1 by Hibs. Dobbie played in every QoS Scottish Cup tie en route to the 2007-08 final. His four goals in the run included the opener that preceded Ryan McCann's 84 yard strike in the quarter final 2-0 home win v Dundee. Despite Dobbie being the most prolific QoS striker since Andy Thomson at the time and looking trimmer and fitter than before at the start of the 2008/09 season, Gordon Chisholm surprisingly only played him as a sub in both of the subsequent UEFA Cup ties v Denmark's FC Nordsjælland. He was divisional Player of the Month in April 2009. He ended that season as outright top scorer in the Scottish League second tier with 23 goals from 33 league appearances.

In Summer 2009 Roberto Martinez signed him for Swansea. The following February he joined Blackpool on loan scoring on his debut in a 3-2 home defeat to West Bromwich Albion. In the 2010 end of season play offs he scored in Blackpool's semi final 4-3 win at Nottingham Forest. Dobbie played at Wembley in the subsequent 3-2 final win v Cardiff City to earn promotion to England's top tier. He scored eliminating Forest in the play off semis again the next season this time in a 3-1 home win for Swansea under Brendan Rogers. Dobbie scored Swansea's third goal in the 4-2 win v Reading in the final at Wembley. At Swansea he became the first ex-QoS player to play in England's top flight since Chris Doig was at Forest and before that Ted McMinn in his excellent spell at Derby County. Dobbie played in the same play off final for the third year in a row in 2012. This time he and Blackpool lost out 2-1 to a late West Ham winner. Dobbie was at Crystal Palace when they won the play off final for promotion to England's top tier in 2013. On this ocassion though Dobbie didn't play in Palace's 1-0 win v Watford meaning his run of having played in three successive play off finals for promotion from England's second tier was broken.

Aged 33, on 3 August 2016 he re-signed for QoS managed by Gavin Skelton. After Gary Naysmith became Manager he appointed Dobbie as vice captain in January 2017 and captain in Summer 2018. At the end of the season in 2017 Dobbie was selected for the divisional team of the season as was ex-QoS keeper Cammy Bell of Dundee United. Dobbie also ended that season as joint top scorer in the Scottish League second tier with Jason Cummings of Hibs. They both scored 19 goals (in Dobbie's case, this was from 35 league appearances that season). On 23 December 2017, Dobbie scored his 100th QoS goal in the 3–2 home league defeat when Gavin Reilly scored two for St Mirren. He was divisional Player of the Month the same month for his second such award. Dobbie ended that season as a divisional player of the year nominee and another divisional team of the year selection. He was joined in that team by another ex-QoS player, Gavin Reilly. Dobbie also ended that season as top scorer in the Scottish League second tier for a third time and second time outright. On this occasion he scored 18 goals from 31 league appearances.

His hat-trick of goals on 25 August 2018 in the 3-0 win at Falkirk overtook Bobby Black's 120 QoS goals to place Dobbie in second place in the all time scoring chart in the history of QoS behind Jim Patterson's 251 senior QoS goals. In September 2018 he was given his third Divisional Player of the Month award playing for QoS.

Dobbie is the best player in a QoS jersey since Scotland internationalist Neil Martin in the early 1960s and the best player QoS have produced since McMinn in the 1980s. Cumulatively at all the senior clubs in his career, he has passed the milestones of 500 competitive first team appearances and 200 first team competitive goals. Before the 0-0 home draw v Ross County on 16 September, Dobbie was presented with a glass trophy to mark that game as his 200th QoS first team appearance. Dobbie is profiled in further detail at the article linked here.

12. Callum Semple
Loan - In
Position Centre-Back
Date of Birth 20/09/98
Age 20
Contract Expiry January 2019
Joined Club July 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs
Place of Birth Sheffield
Sponsors Norman Blount
Don and Paul

Teenage prospect aged 19 when announced on 13 July 2018 as having signed on loan from home town club Sheffield United (an ex-club of Gary Naysmith who signed him for QoS). Naturally left footed, he played 2 QoS pre-season games as a trialist before signing. His competitive QoS debut was on 14 July 2018 in the 5-3 home league cup win v Stranraer. His first QoS goal was a close range left foot volley on 4 August in the 2-2 league comeback draw at Greenock Morton that opened that season's league campaign. Tall, strong & comfortable in possession of the ball.

14. Gary Harkins
Position Midfield
Date of Birth 02/01/85
Age 33
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club May 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs Celtic, Blackburn Rovers, Huddersfield Town (L), Bury (L), Blackpool (L), Grimsby Town, Partick Thistle, Dundee, Kilmarnock, St Mirren, Oldham Athletic (L), Ayr United, Greenock Morton
Place of Birth Greenock
Sponsors Shrewsbury Supporters Club
Metrik Office Supplies

6 foot 2 inch creative player who played at centre-back early in his career. Joined Blackburn Rovers as a 16 year old from Celtic and played first team football in loan spells at Huddersfield Town, Bury and Blackpool. He next played for Grimsby Town before returning to Scotland with Partick Thistle. Partick moved him to the midfield role for which he is now much better known. At Thistle he picked up a divisional player of the month award and was an end of season divisional player of the season nominee.

He then transfered to Dundee for a £150,000 fee in July 2009 where in his first season he again picked up a divisional player of the month award and player of the season nomination. Gordon Chishom gave him the club captaincy at the start of the following season. However the season went disastrously when Dundee went into administration for the second time in seven seasons that this time resulted in the sacking of players such as Colin McMenamin. Harkins stayed at the club scoring in the November 2010 Challenge Cup Final 3-2 win v Inverness CT. He ended the season with another divisional player of the year nomination. Harkins stayed til the end of the season when he joined top tier Kilmarnock. Harkins picked up a 2012 League Cup winners medal from Killie's 1-0 defeat of Celtic in the final playing beside Cammy Bell and captain and future QoS boss, James Fowler. Harkins spent half a season playing on loan for Oldham Athletic before returning to the top flight in Scotland with a third spell at Dundee. He was appointed player / coach at Ayr United in August 2016. A year later he joined his home town club, Greenock Morton ending the season as player of the year.

Harkins was Gary Naysmith's first signing of summer 2018. Aged 33 when he signed, he was only the second player in the squad at that time to have reached 30. Highly experienced, he already had 450 competitive first team appearances with previous clubs when he signed. His QoS debut was on 30 June 2018 in Queen's first pre-season game of 2018/19 in drawing 2-2 at Annan Athletic. He scored his first QoS goal three days later in the 4-0 pre-season win at East Fife on 3 July 2018. His competitive QoS debut was on 14 July 2018 in the 5-3 comeback home league cup win v Stranraer. Harkins scored the first QoS goal in that game. Harkins has played in centre and wide midfield for QoS.

15. Charlie Exley
Position Defender
Date of Birth 21/07/00
Age 18
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club August 2017
Left Club
Previous Clubs Gateshead College
Place of Birth Newcastle upon Tyne
Sponsors Thomas and Stephen Lithgow


Player from Newcastle upon Tyne who turned 18 a matter of days after signing a one year contract in July 2018. He had been with QoS for a year but had been prevented from registering by FIFA red tape with respect to U18s changing country.

16. Dean Watson
Position Midfield
Date of Birth 20/09/99
Age 19
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club July 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs Carlisle United
Place of Birth Gretna
Sponsors


Gretna born midfielder who took a path to QoS previously taken by Jordan Marshall; i.e. joined Queens from the youth setup at Carlisle. Signed by Gary Naysmith in July 2018. Watson made his competitive QoS debut in the 3-0 league cup victory at home to Clyde on 17 July 2018 as an 87th minute sub for Michael Doyle.

17. Connor Murray
Position Forward
Date of Birth 24/04/97
Age 21
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club August 2015
Left Club
Previous Clubs St Mirren, Gretna 2008 (L)
Place of Birth Glasgow
Sponsors Murray Paterson


Creative attacking player who joined QoS from the youth team setup at St Mirren. Loaned out by QoS to Gretna in September 2016 to gain experience and played in Gretna's Scottish Cup ties v Buckie Thistle. His competitive QoS debut was in the 3-0 league win at St Mirren on 7 January 2017 as an 89th minute sub for Dom Thomas. He scored his first QoS goal after coming on as a sub v Dundee United in a 3-0 home league win on 21 April 2018. His first touch was to control the ball and his second was shooting inside the far post from the corner of the penalty area.

18. Declan Tremble
Loan - Out
Position Forward
Date of Birth 20/04/99
Age 19
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club August 2010
Left Club
Previous Clubs Lochar Thistle
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors Tom Donald Financial


Dumfries local boy and product of the QoS youth team setup. He was given his competitive debut aged 19 by Gary Naysmith as a 90th minute sub for Lyndon Dykes. This was in the 5-3 comeback league cup win at home v Stranraer on 14 July 2018. His first start was in the 3-0 Challenge Cup win at Stenhousemuir on 14 August 2018.

Joined Abbey Vale on loan, until January, on 20th September 2018.

19. Owen Bell
Position Midfield
Date of Birth 15/01/99
Age 19
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club July 2012
Left Club
Previous Clubs Lochar Thistle Youths
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors Stuart McWilliam and Family
KBT Pharmacy

Dumfries local boy and QoS youth setup product. His competitve debut was as a 63rd minute sub for Chris Higgins in a 1-0 league defeat at Greenock Morton on Christmas Eve, 2016. He scored his first goal in a 3-1 league defeat at Inverness CT after coming on as a 71st minute sub for Lyndon Dykes on 13 January 2018.

20. Jack Leighfield
Position Goalkeeper
Date of Birth 23/03/98
Age 20
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club August 2010
Left Club
Previous Clubs Upper Annandale
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors Devorgilla Doonhamers
The Famous Star Hotel and Restaurant

Another Dumfries local boy and QoS youth product. Debuted when coming on as a 17th minute substitute for Alan Martin in a 4-1 league home win v Brechin City on 5 August 2017. After playing occasionally, on 3 February 2018 in a 2-0 defeat at eventual divisional champions for the season, St Mirren, he substitued for the injured Martin after 58 mins. Leighfield impressed playing in 12 of the subsequent 13 matches up to the last game of the season 5-1 league win at Brechin City.

21. Adam Frizzell
Loan - In
Position Forward
Date of Birth 21/02/98
Age 20
Contract Expiry January 2019
Joined Club August 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs Kilmarnock
Place of Birth Greenock
Sponsors


Aged 20 when announced signing from Kilmarnock on loan on the last day of August, transfer deadline day. Attack minded Frizzell had 40 first team appearances playing wide or through the middle with three goals chalked up for Killie at time of joining QoS. His QoS debut was a 76th minute sub appearance for Stephen Dobbie in the home 4-3 Challenge Cup third round win v Crusaders on 9 September 2018. His first start was in the 2-0 defeat at East Fife in the last sixteen of the Challenge Cup on 13 October 2018.

22. David Norman Jr
Loan - In
Position Centre Midfield
Date of Birth 31/05/98
Age 20
Contract Expiry January 2019
Joined Club September 2018
Left Club
Previous Clubs Vancouver Whitecaps
Place of Birth New Westminister, Canada
Sponsors


Canadian born with a Scottish father, the 6 foot 2 inch deep lying, centre-midfield anchor joined on loan from MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps, until the January transfer window. Brought to QoS via a connection of Dougie Anderson from Anderson's pre-QoS days.  Norman has represented Canada at u21 level. Aged 20 when announced as signing on 1st September 2018 (Norman's background info is in more details at this webkink). His QoS debut was a 84th minute sub appearance for Gary Harkins in the home 4-3 Challenge Cup third round win v Crusaders on 9 September 2018. His first start in a QoS jersey was in the solid team performance that produce a 1-0 win at Dunfermline on 20 October 2018.

23. Ewan Gourlay
Position Defender
Date of Birth 29/03/99
Age 19
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club August 2011
Left Club
Previous Clubs Lochar Thistle Youths, Dalbeattie Star (L)
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors Caledonia Construction
Fiona Patterson

Dumfries local boy and QoS youth product. Loaned to Dalbeattie Star in January 2018 to gain experience.

24. Daniel Harvey
Position Defender
Date of Birth 10/02/00
Age 18
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club July 2016
Left Club
Previous Clubs Carlisle United, Annan Athletic
Place of Birth Carlisle
Sponsors


Carlisle born defender who like Josh Todd has been involved peviously in the setups at his home town club and Annan Athletic. His QoS debut was in the 3-0 Challenge Cup win at Stenhousemuir on 14 August 2018 when he was a 74th minute sub for Jordan Marshall.

25. Lyndon Dykes
Position Forward
Date of Birth 07/10/95
Age 23
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2016
Left Club
Previous Clubs Merrimac
Place of Birth Gold Coast, Australia
Sponsors Complete Insurance Solutions
KBT Pharmacy

Forward from Queensland with relatives in Dumfries who was at QoS in the under 20s setup before returning to Australia in January 2015. Returned to Scotland signing aged 20 by Gavin Skelton for QoS on 7 June 2016. Dykes has joint Australian and UK nationality. His competitive QoS debut was in the 2-0 League Cup victory against Queens Park at the Excelsior Stadium on 16 July 2016. His first competitive QoS goal was in the excellent 3-1 League Cup win at Hibernian on 9 August 2016. The 2-0 defeat at East Fife in the last 16 of the Challenge Cup on 13 October 2018 was Dykes' 100th QoS first team apearance. He was given a commemorative memento before kick-off of the 2-0 home league win v Falkirk on Saturday 27 October 2018.

26. Robbie Ivison
Position Midfield
Date of Birth 05/09/00
Age 18
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club April 2017
Left Club
Previous Clubs Carlisle United
Place of Birth Carlisle
Sponsors


Aged 16 when the midfielder was picked up in April 2017 from his home town club, Carlisle United.

27. Daniel Irving
Position Midfield
Date of Birth 29/03/00
Age 18
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club July 2012
Left Club
Previous Clubs Greystone Rovers
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors


28. Ross Irving
Position Forward
Date of Birth 09/10/01
Age 17
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club July 2013
Left Club
Previous Clubs Lochar Thistle Youths
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors


31. Ryan Gibson
Position Goalkeeper
Date of Birth 19/01/00
Age 18
Contract Expiry May 2018
Joined Club July 2014
Left Club
Previous Clubs Heston Rovers, Dalbeattie Star
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors


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Left This Season

Sam Henderson
Position Goalkeeper
Date of Birth 19/01/99
Age 19
Contract Expiry June 2019
Joined Club September 2015
Left Club September 2018
Previous Clubs Annan Athletic
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors

Goalkeeping Dumfries local boy. Joined QoS straight from school for a year and spent most of it on loan at Upper Annandale. Left the club briefly in the summer of 2017 but returned on an amateur part time basis for a further year.

Ross Fergusson
Position Striker
Date of Birth 01/04/97
Age 21
Contract Expiry May 2019
Joined Club June 2016
Left Club July 2018
Previous Clubs
Place of Birth Dumfries
Sponsors