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44 minutes ago, Casey Jones said:

Was Steven the captain (no. 7)?

No 7 is Stuart McLeod. Steven was No 4.

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8 minutes ago, chavez said:

No 7 is Stuart McLeod. Steven was No 4.

Thank you for that Chavez. It was hard to see, as I was at the other end of the park, and as soon as the header went in, Steven was surrounded by his team mates.

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4 hours ago, chavez said:

No - it was Steven McMillan

Apologies, misread a post.

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Great result again for Dunbar today - promotion contenders?

Looking ahead it could be an interesting Premier League next year if it ends up like this:

Tranent

Fauldhouse

Pumpherston

West Calder

Bathgate

Blackburn

Thornton

Glenrothes

Jeanfield

Tayport

St Andrews 

Downfield

Dundee NE

Dundee Violet

Carnoustie

Forfar WE

 

 

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18 hours ago, CJ Dalk said:

Great result again for Dunbar today - promotion contenders?

Looking ahead it could be an interesting Premier League next year if it ends up like this:

Tranent

Fauldhouse

Pumpherston

West Calder

Bathgate

Blackburn

Thornton

Glenrothes

Jeanfield

Tayport

St Andrews 

Downfield

Dundee NE

Dundee Violet

Carnoustie

Forfar WE

 

 

Perhaps, would need a great run in from here mind. Haddington, Fauldhouse & Tayport certainly in the driving seat. After the start, I am delighted with where we find ourselves.

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On 25/02/2018 at 14:12, BlackandWhite said:

Perhaps, would need a great run in from here mind. Haddington, Fauldhouse & Tayport certainly in the driving seat. After the start, I am delighted with where we find ourselves.

Yes, although Broughty finished strongly a few seasons ago to get 3rd place after a great run-in.  In previous years an average of 2 points per game has secured promotion, but 57 or 58 total might be enough...    

 

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Anyone able to solve confusion
Is Bathgate v Tayport this weekend march 10 at Bathgate or Tayport
East region say at Tayport but we say at Bathagte and there is no ref appointed on the ref page on sfa website
Need to know for defo before setting off for Bathgate if its at Tayport

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1 hour ago, East Fife is best said:

Anyone able to solve confusion
Is Bathgate v Tayport this weekend march 10 at Bathgate or Tayport
East region say at Tayport but we say at Bathagte and there is no ref appointed on the ref page on sfa website
Need to know for defo before setting off for Bathgate if its at Tayport

On the fixtures last week it was Tayport v Bathgate 

Go with that. It's pissing down In West Lothian tonight anyway

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Looking forward to the match up at Tayport next weekend. Great wee ground and one of the best tuck shops in Junior football!

One ask! If the match is going to be called off, don't wait till 2.30am on the Saturday to say so when the away team already know. Whilst Burnie got it right the day before, poor show from the Blackburn officials!

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1 hour ago, Toffee fan said:

Looking forward to the match up at Tayport next weekend. Great wee ground and one of the best tuck shops in Junior football!

One ask! If the match is going to be called off, don't wait till 2.30am on the Saturday to say so when the away team already know. Whilst Burnie got it right the day before, poor show from the Blackburn officials!

Sorry, what was a poor show?  The game was called off on Friday night.

Edited by Burnie_man

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Poor day for the West Lothian teams - all losing except Whitburn who thumped St Andrews 7-2 despite being kicked off the park by the over-physical  visitors. Referee didn't help with some very strange and lenient decisions.

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3 hours ago, shuggie123 said:

Poor day for the West Lothian teams - all losing except Whitburn who thumped St Andrews 7-2 despite being kicked off the park by the over-physical  visitors. Referee didn't help with some very strange and lenient decisions.

Fantastic result. Musselburgh played St Andrews twice early on in the season, once in a cup tie, and hammered them both matches, scoring a total of 6 goals in the 2 games. I didn’t think they were that good. We then met them at home at the beginning of February, and though we won again, thought St Andrews were a much improved team.

So for Whitburn to win and score 7 goals, is some effort, especially as they would have remained bottom of the league if defeated.

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34 minutes ago, Casey Jones said:

Fantastic result. Musselburgh played St Andrews twice early on in the season, once in a cup tie, and hammered them both matches, scoring a total of 6 goals in the 2 games. I didn’t think they were that good. We then met them at home at the beginning of February, and though we won again, thought St Andrews were a much improved team.

So for Whitburn to win and score 7 goals, is some effort, especially as they would have remained bottom of the league if defeated.

It was a great result and came as a surprise to everyone at Whitburn considering we had a player on holiday, one suspended and four out injured. We have been plagued with injuries this season and I note from an earlier post that Whitburn have once again been written off in terms of this league but with a full squad and a few more performances like this they can avoid relegation . Looking at the table there is not many points between about eight teams and till all to play for. Special praise for the manager and assistant who had to fill the centre back positions today.

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Notice that Arniston Rangers have called an EGM for tonight. I take it the item is the agenda is the future direction of the club.

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15 minutes ago, kleptomaniac said:

Arniston voted to stay Junior

That means there will be a two team super league next season: Arniston and the wee rose

Edited by bravehearts dad

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Both Fauldhouse v Tayport and Thornton v Glenrothes Postponed waterlogged pitches.

new fixture Tayport v Thornton

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