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  1. Cove on the Move

    Getting to the stage of almost being completed, the far stands look like a good addition. https://www.facebook.com/pg/Cove-Rangers-FC-189177604874/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10155631138494875
  2. Stadiums with Tracks

    Well outside Scotland in the top divisions; In Northern Ireland Ballymena United still play with a stockcar racing track going around it at the showgrounds that has 2 big seated stands along each side. Portadown's Shamrock Park used to have stockcars too though now they have gone leaving an oddly shaped ground. Glentoran still play at the Oval, on track around it though is still set out like the stadiums of old, much like Hampden. Derry City's Brandywell reopened this year with 3/4g down and greyhound track moved away, a few 100 yards onto the training pitches. Waterford United play at the Regional Sports Centre, Athletics Track Barry Town play at Jenner Park an Athletics Track. Gateshead and West Ham in England. Though the best has to have been Northampton playing on the side of the Cricket County ground before moving to Sixfields.
  3. Junior football, what is the future?

    Yep, six foot under the sod. RIP
  4. Junior football, what is the future?

    That's the bottom line!
  5. SFA South Region Challenge Cup 2017-18

    That is correct.
  6. SFA South Region Challenge Cup 2017-18

    I wish, but no. They have since corrected it back. So to be sure Vale need to win 2 out of 3 as long as one of the them includes a win vs Dalbeattie? No date for the Cumbernauld league game yet then? So if Cove beat Spartans over 2 legs the next night Vale and Dalbeattie in a half chance relegation one game playoff, bit bizarre though exciting for the neutral. To be fair I would like to see Dalbeattie stay up and it be good if Cove or Spartans get promoted.
  7. SFA South Region Challenge Cup 2017-18

    Looks like the Lowland League Website put this through as the postponed league game as Vale gained 3 points and Cumbernauld have completed their 30 games???? It wasn't played as a doubleheader surely.
  8. Trapdoorwatch 2017-18

    So you'd like your own team to get relegated? Fair enough.
  9. Trapdoorwatch 2017-18

    In ways they look the most equipped, already have a a team in Development League West and plans for a new Stadium on the way. New Stadium ready to go in the coming months for Cove as well. Would be bizarre if Spartans get promoted with their tenants the only other team to be promoted to the SPFL.
  10. Trapdoorwatch 2017-18

    Cove Champions, Cowdenbeath now with 3 games to play and 7+ points to make up, so playoff bound. (Well Berwick still have 5 games to play to pick up 3 points to make sure, Edinburgh City likewise though from 3 games) Spartans and East Kilbride in action tomorrow night and with final league games on Saturday. Spartans a point ahead though have East Stirlingshire on Saturday. Lowland vs Highland Champions playoff games pushed onto Saturday 28th April & Tuesday 1st May, Highland League Champs play at home first. http://slfl.co.uk/playoff-dates-confirmed/ So who would you all like to be in the SPFL next year from them 4 Clubs?
  11. Bo'ness United 2017/18

    Come on, Enya's the real McCoy.
  12. New clubs in the East of Scotland

    Though with East Stirlingshire moving to The Falkirk Stadium where will Stirling Uni Lowland League play their games and then the knock on Stirling Uni EoS team.
  13. Cove on the Move

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/Cove-Rangers-FC-189177604874/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10155631138494875 Pitch now fully marked, dugouts look like they'll be far enough apart too.
  14. AVERAGE CROWDS in Lowland League

    Oh yeah, like them numbers.
  15. Cove on the Move

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/Cove-Rangers-FC-189177604874/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10155631138494875 Few more photos added. Looks like pitch now fully laid.
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