Present Player of the Month for the Jags & attend the Aberdeen game in Style
McCrea Financial Services are offering the chance for one lucky winner to present the Player of the Month award for October to the winning player as nominated by the supporters before the Aberdeen game on Friday night as well as enjoying hospitality in the Ambassadors lounge courtesy of McCreas.
All you have to do to enter is email us here telling us Who scored the first goal for the Jags during their fixtures in October?
Please provide your name and a contact telephone number and confirmation that you can attend Firhill on Friday 4th November so that we can make all the necessary arrangements. If you are under 18, you may still enter the competition but must be accompanied by a parent/guardian on Friday evening for hospitality access.
Competition entries will close at 12pm on Thursday 3rd November and a winner will be selected at random from email entries received.
Nominees this month are
The deadline day signing from Portsmouth has settled in well to life at Firhill and has already proven his versatility. He played in a holding midfield role in his first couple of games as a Jag but, when the side switched to 3-5-2 later in the month, it was in this role as sweeper where he has really thrived, producing three excellent performances as the side picked up seven points from three games.
The Aussie won the September award and has continued his high energy performances throughout the month of October. A hard working midfielder, Ryan puts in tireless shifts in the heart of the Jags midfield as the side goes from defence to attack. The Australian midfielder scored his first goal of the campaign, a close range tap in against Hamilton, and has been unlucky not to add a second to his tally.
Liam turned 21 during the month of October and recently committed his future to Thistle by signing a two year extension to his contract. The strong defender has thrived for the club this season and October was his most impressive month to date. Whether as part of a defensive four, or a back three, Liam has emerged into a dependable defender. He has added a goal threat to his game this campaign and netted his fourth goal of the season in the 2-2 draw with Hamilton Accies.
The Jags keeper has put in a string of impressive performances following being thrown between the sticks after the injury to Tomas Cerny. Ryan has produced save after save to keep the side in games when the side have been under the cosh. He suffered a dislocated shoulder in the victory against Dundee seeing him finish the month on the sidelines.