Community Trust News

  1. Football classes/training update: Thursday 1st March 2018

    With the weather continuing to cause havoc we have decided to cancel all football and hockey activities at Morton in the Community until Monday 5th March 2018 at the earliest. We can only apologies for any inconvenience caused but safety of our participants, parents and coaches is paramount. If you have any further queries please [...]

  2. LITERACY TRAIL | Inverclyde Primary 5 Pupils Learn Literacy Through Football

    We welcome Primary 5 pupils from Newark and St Andrew’s Primary schools next week as they begin their journey in the Greenock Morton Literacy Trail, in partnership with Inverclyde Council’s Attainment Challenge Team and McGill’s Buses. The Literacy Trail is aligned to the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence and focuses on experiences and outcomes in talking [...]

  3. WALKING FOOTBALL | Exciting New Partnership

      Morton in the Community are delighted to partner with Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP), Your Voice and CVS Inverclyde to open a new Walking Football Session based at Lady Octavia Sports Centre starting on Monday 19th March 2018. Each session will kick off at 1pm with registration taking place from 12:45pm each Monday. [...]

  4. #Morton50DayChallenge Fundraiser Returns

    The #Morton50DayChallenge encourages fundraisers to get active while fundraising for Morton in the Community and causes close to their hearts. The challenge begins on Thursday 5 April with a 5k walk or jog around the Cappielow pitch. Fundraisers are encouraged to walk, swim, jog or cycle 5k a day for five of seven days per [...]

  5. Morton in the Community 5th Birthday Charity Golf Event

    Complementing our charity dinner in March, Morton in the Community are celebrating five years of community activity with a charity golf event on Friday 13 April 2018 at Gourock Golf Club. In March 2013 Morton in the Community began engaging children aged two to fourteen years through football with mass participation and enjoyment as the [...]

  6. FFIT | Football Fans in Training Returns to Greenock Morton

    Award winning Football Fans in Training (FFIT) returns to Morton in March 2018 as we aim to engage with twenty-five men and twenty-five women in separate programmes at Cappielow Park. The upcoming deliveries will be our fifth male and third female FFIT programmes. On average, men lose approx. 6.6kg per person and women lose approx. [...]

  7. BOYS | Anthony & Craig sign for the ‘Ton

    Towards the end of last season our 2008 squad naturally participated in trials for Greenock Morton’s elite youth academy. Boys had the opportunity to impress head of youth Derek Anderson and head of junior academy coach Ross Gourdie. Having stood out, two Morton community 2008 squad players Anthony McEwan and Craig Aitchison were offered the [...]

  8. Morton in the Community 5th Birthday Charity Dinner

    Morton in the Community are celebrating five years of activity using Greenock Morton FC and football to engage people, impacting and, at times, changing lives. In March 2013, Morton in the Community began engaging children aged two to fourteen years through football with mass participation and enjoyment as the theme. Since then we have experienced [...]

  9. HOCKEY | Annual Fun Day

    Greenock Morton Hockey Club are hosting their annual fun day at Clydeview Academy on Sunday 17th December between 10am and 11.30am. Every year GMHC invite the parents of our junior players to take part in hockey activities alongside their children, usually playing some fun, small sided games. Alan Martin, Head of Morton Hockey, stated: “It’s [...]

  10. SENIORS | Champions

    Morton Seniors v Dumbarton 5 November 2017, Notre Dame HS. The penultimate match of our senior teams first season in the SWFL Division 2 – West, turned out to be a landmark with Laura Williamson’s team lifting silverware. Going into Sundays match Morton were five points clear with two to play. Opponents Dumbarton had to [...]