Treble win for Dynamic Edge sports partners…

Summer is fast approaching and for football fans that means one thing… the football season has come to an end! This season has been a remarkable one, with twists and turns on a weekly basis at practically all league levels across the UK. It has been a particularly successful year for three of the clubs that Dynamic Edge proudly sponsor – Peterhead FC, Ross County FC and Cove Rangers FC, with each club winning promotion in their respective leagues!

The staff at Dynamic Edge have watched on eagerly as Peterhead FC, managed by ex-Dundee United player Jim McInally stormed to the top of Scottish League 2 with an impressive 79 points from 34 games, only losing 5 matches the whole season. The Blue Toon will test their skills against stiffer opposition next season in the shape of teams such as Raith Rovers and Forfar.

Moving into Scottish League 2 is another of the teams proudly sponsored by IT services experts Dynamic Edge – Cove Rangers FC. The boys from Balmoral Stadium had a phenomenal season, losing only 1 of 34 matches and notching up 100 goals in the process. Leading the attack for the season was star striker Mitch Megginson, and the former Aberdeen player will need to be on top form once again for Rangers to challenge in League 2.

Completing a treble of Dynamic Edge sponsored league winners is Ross County FC. The team from Dingwall co-managed by Steven Ferguson and Stuart Kettlewell overcame stiff opposition from seasoned Scottish Premiership veterans in the shape of Dundee United and Highland rivals, Inverness Caley Thistle to enter back into Scotland’s top division ahead of next season as Championship winners. The bigger challenge will arrive come August where the Highland team will come face-to-face with Scottish football’s heavyweights such as Aberdeen, Heart of Midlothian and the ‘Old Firm’ Rangers and reigning champions Celtic.

From the whole team at Dynamic Edge, we would like to congratulate our three sponsored clubs on their impressive achievements and wish them well ahead of the 2019/20 season.

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