Player of The Year - Presentation & Dance

Partick Thistle Supporters Association, trading as The Jags Trust


The end of the season is very busy for all related to Thistle but we are delighted to confirm that Archie and the Players will be in attendance at the supporters’ Player of the Season hosted by The Jags Trust and to be held at Firhill on Sunday 13 May 2018.


As is customary individual Supporters Branches will make presentations to their chosen player(s) and the evening will offer opportunities for supporters to chat to the season 2017-18 team and enjoy some dancing.


 Player of the Season 2017–2018 on Sunday 13 May 2018

Aitken Suite, The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill .

Doors open 7:30pm – 11:45pm.

Access by ticket only – ticket £10


Ticket Information

Access by ticket only - Tickets £10.

Tickets available from Members of the Jags Trust Committee, Conveners of the Supporters Branches, or arrange to meet Morag in the Jackie Husband Stand (seat Q80)


John Lambie

The Board and members of The Jags Trust send their sincere condolences to the Lambie Family.

It was with deep sadness that the football family received the news that John Lambie, a Thistle legend had died on 10 April 2018.

The mould was definitely broken when they made the man, the footballer, the manager and pigeon fancier. John Lambie was a larger than life character and everyone who rubbed shoulders with him had their own story to tell.

On Saturday 21 April 2018 The Jags Trust Board welcomes to Firhill, the Chairperson, Office Bearers and Committee of Hamilton Supporters Trust.

At this poignant moment it is very fitting that these two teams meet for the SPFL Premiership match at the Energy Check Stadium @Firhill.

Lambie steered Thistle through some agonising parts of our history but he also in true Thistle style experienced the triumphs.


Johnnie Lambie’s Red n Yellow Army!


The Chairperson, the Board and Members

Partick Thistle Supporters Association “The Jags Trust”.

AGM - 7th December 2017

Annual General Meeting

The Partick Thistle Supporters Association (T/A The Jags Trust) Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 7th December 2017 at 7.30pm at Community Central Halls.

Following the business portion of the meeting, we welcome Thistle manager Alan Archibald as well as the General Manager Ian Maxwell for an open question and answer session.

All relevant paperwork will be available on the night and thereafter on the website.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the night.

Harry Calderhead

Following the recent passing of the eldest known Jags fan and Trust member Harry Calderhead, all from the Jags Trust pass on their condolences to his family and loved ones.

Those who would like to pay their respects to Harry can do so on Monday 11th September as his funeral cortege passes by Firhill at 9.15 where it shall stop briefly to allow the club to pay it's own respects to the man affectionatly known as Harry Bingo.

Derek Harvey

It was with great sadness that the Trust has learned of the passing of Jags fan Derek Harvey.

Derek was first introduced to the mysteries of Maryhill's Finest when studying at Glasgow University, but it was his meeting with, and marriage to, Maggie Forsyth that committed him to Partick Thistle. Joined by their daughter Fiona, the trio were a fixture at Firhill and at away matches until the end of last season when the long-term effects of his illness curtailed his movements.

Our sincere condolences are extended to Maggie and Fiona during this difficult time and details of the funeral service can be found below.

HARVEY DEREK. Peacefully, at The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, on 22nd August, 2017, aged 65, in the company of his wife, Margaret (Maggie) Forsyth and his daughter Fiona. A service will be held at the Linn Crematorium, Lainshaw Drive, Glasgow, G45 9SP on Wednesday, 30th August, 2017 at 12 noon. Family flowers only. A retiral collection will be taken for the work of The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.

Please be aware that red & yellow colours at the funeral is optional, however they will be on prominent display.

Supporters Direct Update

Please see the below email received from Andrew Jenkin, the Head of Supporters Direct Scotland with an update from the recent Supporters Direct AGM.


"Good morning all,

I hope this finds you well.

I’m pleased to say following our consultation with members and the Supporters Direct AGM on July 2nd, Supporters Direct Scotland (SD Scotland) are pleased to announce SD members voted unanimously in favour of SD Scotland incorporating locally in Scotland. The new organisation will be run and directed from within Scotland and all football activity including SD Scotland’s work supporting Supporters Trusts, Supporter Liaison Officers and the Scottish Supporters Network will be transferred to this new organisation which is to be established and registered as a Community Benefit Society and owned by its Scottish members.

The new organisation will incorporate a new governance structure which will reflect the wide scope of its current activity and allow SD Scotland to serve its membership and mission with the SD Scotland Council becoming the Board of the new entity. The revised structure will also encourage and allow for individual membership and participation. The SD Scotland Council anticipate incorporation will allow SD Scotland to continue and grow the level of support and representation it offers fans and communities across Scotland.

SD Scotland will continue to participate in the UK football agenda and will maintain a structured relationship with SD which sees both organisations extract the benefit of working together, but with autonomy. SD Scotland will be working through a transitionary process with the aim of having the new structure in place by the end of 2017. 

We trust you’ll find this welcome news – please do not hesitate to contact with any further questions at this stage."

As per Andrew's email, anyone who has any questions they wish to be forwarded to Supporters Direct Scotland can get in touch either using the contact form from our website, or by emailing

Player of the Year - Vote!

Season 2016-17 will be remembered for its low and high points.

Congratulations to Archie and the Team who have secured their first top six position, with hopefully many more to come!

As is tradition at the end of the season we give you the chance to vote for your Player of the Year, with this season's presentation taking place on the hallowed turf before our final home game of the season against Aberdeen.

Sad though the Jags Trust is that we are not able to hold the usual evening event post split we are delighted to advise that this seasons Player of the Year presentation for Supporters Branches will also be taking place on the pitch pre-game as well.

In order to vote for your Player of The Year 2016/17 simply email or simply fill in the contact form on our new website –

The closing deadline for voting is 23:59 on Saturday 13th May 2017. Any votes received after this time will not be counted.