Sporting Activities

notable club secretaries such as H. E. B. Davidson and by having careful and frugal treasurers.

After these impressive achievements and the expansion of the club to be able to field three teams, the apogee under the chairmanship of Jimmy Grant came in 1962 when through the efforts of the committee, the players, their many friends and supporters, they were able to build their own pavilion in Kerfield Park. Funded by local subscription, built by local tradesmen and Tweeddale players, entirely in their own time and without any pay, it is an excellent example of community effort. The pavilion is testimony to the club and particularly to Raymond Scott, the club captain. The excellence of the club's facilities was recognised when the French World Cup squad used the pavilion and grounds of the Tweeddale Rovers Football Club for their preparation in June 1985.