Langside Sports Club is governed by a Board of Trustees, comprising of appointed ordinary members and external volunteers.
Jamie is the Chair of the Board of Trustees and also serves on the Grounds and Buildings Committee. Jamie has over a decade of leading sports development teams at local authority and Governing Body level. His role focuses on engaging trustees and the membership to work as a team and achieve the club’s vision.
Dr Anne Greer is trustee and the Club’s Secretary, Anne also serves on the Communications, Marketing and Social Committee. Anne is a retired medical professional and was a member of Weir Tennis club for 23 years. She also served on the Board of Creative Therapies for 18 years. She volunteers for Children’s Hearing Scotland as a Panel Practice Adviser.
Derek McIntyre is a trustee and is the Chair of the Club’s Finance Committee. He was a member of Weir Cricket club for over 30 years, much of it in committee positions. Derek is a Chartered Management Accountant currently Head of Finance for Scotland for the world’s largest construction materials company.
Colin Baxter is a trustee and is the Chair of the Grounds and Buildings Committee. A keen cricketer, Colin was the general secretary for Weir Cricket club for seventeen years.
Lee Clark is the License Manager for the Langside Rest and joined the board as a trustee in January 2022. A qualified cyber security specialist, Lee is currently the Threat and Vulnerability manager for Virgin Money. Lee has been involved in activity at Albert Park since 2015 and actively plays tennis, bowls and football.
Mark served the club as a trustee for a period in 2020 and re-joined the board as an external trustee in December 2022. He has extensive legal experience and has been a solicitor for over 25 years. He has a particular interest in making sport accessible to all and been involved with grassroots football for 20 years. He currently plays an active role with OLA Football Club and is also the Chairman of Better Scotland Football.
Fraser Cunningham's background is in Industrial Engineering where he has served a local, Scottish Engineering company for the last 34 years holding a variety of positions including Project Management and most recently General Management roles. Fraser holds qualifications in Project and Change Management and an honours degree in Engineering from University of Strathclyde. Fraser lives locally to LSC and was a junior tennis member back in the late 70's. Having re-joined as a multi-sport member early in 2021 (Tennis, Bowls and BIO Group), Fraser joined the Board of Trustees at the start of 2022 to further his interest in sport, outdoor activity and community engagement by actively supporting the development of LSC.