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Dunoon AFC `The Ams`.

Dunoon AFC was founded and established in 1975 when they applied for membership of the Scottish Amateur Football League (SAFL).
The two men credited with initiating the application were Dougie McInnes and Oliver Carson this was the birth of `THE AMS`.
`THE AMS`celebrated their 25th anniversary the same year we all celebrated entering the millennium,so it became a double celebration.This was a great step forward for the club as the year before the team was close to folding, so this just shows the strength of both the team and with the support of local businesses and the support of our small town to get us through this period.
Since then the club has gone from strength to strength with the highlight being winning their first league title in season 1992/93 and then another 3 league championships to reach Division 1.
The club also won the Hall Cup in 1998, then in season 2003/04 won a double with League Division 1 champions and also the Coronation Cup.
We have the pleasure of having a Honorary President of the club in Ronnie Oliphant who has over 20 plus years of service to `THE AMS`.
To date with having 32 years service in the SAFL the club are proud to have graced the game of football with such a good service being a small town but a proud town.
Another proud moment for the club was when Kevin McKenzie was honoured at a SAFL presentation at Hampden for his service to the club and a goal scoring tally of 300 plus goals to date a record that will be very hard to excell.
Through the years we have also produced a high standard of football culminating in players moving on to play at profesional level. The club is proud to boast about the players who have moved onto the profesional ranks and to keep monitoring there progress, to date the following players have achieved that goal:
Neil McFarlane (Queenspark, Kilmarnock, Queenspark loan, Clyde loan, Airdrie, Hearts, Aberdeen, Gretna, Queen of The South.
Gavin Galloway (St Mirren, Stranraer, USA).
Andy Graham (Stirling Albion)
Stewart McIntyre (Hearts)

As you can see from the history of our club for a small town like ours we have had some great moments and may this continue in the future.
`COME ON THE AMS`

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