NEILSTON Juniors are considering a change to the club’s name now they have joined the new West of Scotland Football League.

The move would see the club drop ‘Juniors’ from their official title.

Social distancing restrictions mean the club is unable to hold an Annual General Meeting but season ticket holders can contact match secretary Kevin Robertson on 0781 727 1100 to have their say on the plans.

Meanwhile, Neilston co-manager Chris Cameron has hailed the 2014 title-winning game against Shettleston as one of the finest moments of his career.

The Farmer’s Boys needed just a point against second-placed Shettleston to clinch the First Division crown.

Cameron said: “We were always top of the league that season and Shettleston had been playing second fiddle.

“The week before that, I think we had to win games against Glasgow Perthshire and Johnstone Burgh, who were sitting bottom and second bottom, so we were always confident we would do that and that secured promotion.

“There were a few ropey moments but, as soon as we scored the second goal, that was it and the game was done.

“When [manager] Andy Whiteford assembled the squad that he did, it was always pretty obvious to me that we were going up, it was whether we were going to go up as champions.

“It ranks very highly in my list of achievements. It was a smashing season.”

Darren Christie’s iconic goal, running from deep inside his own half before clipping an effort in off the post, gave the Brig O’Lea side the lead in the opening minutes and Cameron has admitted he initially just wanted the ball to be cleared to safety.

He said: “He was deep in our own half when he picked it up and I was just looking for him to get it into row Z.

“It was probably the best goal I’ve seen in my time at Neilston. It was a smashing individual goal and really settled the nerves.”