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Anybody keeping a list of scorers in the super league this year. Remember seeing a regular update last year from someone

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I usually post it on Penicuik Athletic’s Facebook page. Haven’t done an update for a fortnight I think.

Off the top of my head Alexander Miller (Broxburn) and Bryan Deasley (Lochee) are joint top scorers with 8.

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What part of the Facebook page is it ? I had a look through posts for the last month and couldn't see it


It should be under notes. There seems to be an issue where they are disappearing for some reason. I’ll probably start posting it on here again as well.

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Not sure if this will come up if not follow me on Twitter as I tweet the Super and Prem most weeks 
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Mathew gay at ksh has 7 league goals this season

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8 minutes ago, jimmyg said:

 


Mathew gay at ksh has 7 league goals this season

 

I will look into it. There is a Chris Gay also. Will check with Dougie at Penicuik he does a great  job with this

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I will look into it. There is a Chris Gay also. Will check with Dougie at Penicuik he does a great  job with this

Yeh Chris scored his first goal of the season last week but Mathew defo on 7

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1 hour ago, jimmyg said:


Yeh Chris scored his first goal of the season last week but Mathew defo on 7

According to the above list which has updated an unknown scorer I have the following.

 

Liam Craig v Broughty


Day & Partridge v Jeanfield


Dylan Muir & Mathew Gay v Broxburn


Mathew Gay Nathan Doig and Chris Gay v Carnoustie


Mathew Gay and Chris Gay v Dundonald


Mathew Gay x 2 v lochee

 

 

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Updated list of Super League scorers



Kennoway scorers are

Broughty - Liam Craig
Jeanfield - Mark Partridge, Matthew Gay
Broxburn - Matthew Gay, Dylan Muir
Carnoustie - Matthew Gay (2), Nathan Doug
Dundonald - Chris Gay, Matthew Gay
Lochee - Matthew Gay (2)

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Updated list of Super League scorers


Kennoway scorers are

Broughty - Liam Craig
Jeanfield - Mark Partridge, Matthew Gay
Broxburn - Matthew Gay, Dylan Muir
Carnoustie - Matthew Gay (2), Nathan Doug
Dundonald - Chris Gay, Matthew Gay
Lochee - Matthew Gay (2)

Spot on !

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8 hours ago, Blue White Dynamite said:

Updated list of Super League scorers

 


Kennoway scorers are

Broughty - Liam Craig
Jeanfield - Mark Partridge, Matthew Gay
Broxburn - Matthew Gay, Dylan Muir
Carnoustie - Matthew Gay (2), Nathan Doug
Dundonald - Chris Gay, Matthew Gay
Lochee - Matthew Gay (2)

 

Thanks Dougie

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On Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 22:03, Blue White Dynamite said:

Updated list of Super League scorers

 


Kennoway scorers are

Broughty - Liam Craig
Jeanfield - Mark Partridge, Matthew Gay
Broxburn - Matthew Gay, Dylan Muir
Carnoustie - Matthew Gay (2), Nathan Doug
Dundonald - Chris Gay, Matthew Gay
Lochee - Matthew Gay (2)

 

Did you get Camelons 2nd goal scorer

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Updated from Penicuik face book page

McBookie.com East Super League Goalscorers 2017/18 (5th August to 21st October)

11 Goals
Matthew Gay (Kennoway Star Hearts)

8 Goals
Alexander Miller (Broxburn Athletic)
Bryan Deasley (Lochee United)

7 Goals
Connor Birse (Lochee United)
Kieran Anderson (Broxburn Athletic)
Owen Ronald (Linlithgow Rose)
Tommy Coyne (Linlithgow Rose)

6 Goals
Kevin Milne (Broughty Athletic)
Lumbert Kateleza (Penicuik Athletic)
Ryan Dignan (Carnoustie Panmure)

5 Goals
Dale O'Hara (Newtongrange Star)
Lewis Elder (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Rhys Davies (Jeanfield Swifts)

4 Goals
Jack Hamilton (Penicuik Athletic)
Johnny Brown (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Paul McLellan (Broughty Athletic)

3 Goals
Alan Docherty (Camelon Juniors)
Alan Sneddon (Camelon Juniors)
Barry Sibanda (Dundonald Bluebell)
Blair Batchelor (Linlithgow Rose)
Callum Smith (Dundonald Bluebell)
Callum Adamson (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Chris Donnelly (Bo'ness United)
Chris Scott (Jeanfield Swifts)
Conor Kelly (Sauchie Juniors)
Craig Donaldson (Camelon Juniors)
Dean Hoskins (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Dougie Cameron (Lochee United)
Grant Lawson (Lochee United)
Keiran McGachie (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Keith Lough (Penicuik Athletic/Bonnyrigg Rose)
Lewis McKenzie (Dundonald Bluebell)
Pat Martin (Carnoustie Panmure)
Roddy MacLennan (Linlithgow Rose)
Ross Crawford (Camelon Juniors)
Sam Simpson (Carnoustie Panmure)
Wayne McIntosh (Bonnyrigg Rose)

2 Goals
Andrew Kidd (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Chris Gay (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Daniel Kelly (Jeanfield Swifts)
Danny Miller (Lochee United)
Darren Cummings (Sauchie Juniors)
Darren Gribben (Broxburn Athletic)
Derek Paterson (Carnoustie Panmure)
Gary Fergus (Jeanfield Swifts)
Graeme Hart (Forfar West End)
Jack Beesley (Broxburn Athletic)
Jack Wilson (Bo'ness United)
Jamie Reid (Jeanfield Swifts)
Jamie Winter (Broughty Athletic)
John MacDonald (Penicuik Athletic)
Jordan Herron (Camelon Juniors)
Kieran Band (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Kyle Lander (Newtongrange Star)
Lee Currie (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Neil Martyniuk (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Nicky Locke (Broxburn Athletic)
Paddy Deane (Lochee United)
Rikki Dair (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Ruari MacLennan (Linlithgow Rose)
Ryan Millar (Sauchie Juniors/Bo'ness United)
Scott McComiskie (Lochee United)
Scott Sally (Bo'ness United)

1 Goal
Aaron Somerville (Penicuik Athletic)
Aaron Whitehead (Lochee United)
Adam Moffat (Dundonald Bluebell)
Aiden Malone (Linlithgow Rose)
Alan Comrie (Bo'ness United)
Alexander Murray (Broxburn Athletic)
Andy Kay (Camelon Juniors)
Anthony MacTaggart (Sauchie Juniors)
Brian Morgan (Sauchie Juniors)
Brian Murray (Newtongrange Star)
Callum Petrie (Forfar West End)
Calum Scott (Bo'ness United)
Chris Anton (Jeanfield Swifts)
Chris Liversedge (Broughty Athletic)
Colin Strickland (Linlithgow Rose)
Colin Wilson (Dundonald Bluebell)
Craig Hume (Penicuik Athletic)
Daniel Watt (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Darren Downie (Broxburn Athletic)
Darren Scott (Forfar West End)
Daryl McKenzie (Forfar West End)
David Morrison (Sauchie Juniors)
David Rae (Forfar West End)
Dayle Robertson (Broughty Athletic)
Dean Brett (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Derryn Kesson (Broughty Athletic)
Dylan Muir (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Ewan Buggins (Carnoustie Panmure)
Ewan Moyes (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Fraser Keast (Bo'ness United)
Fraser Mills (Jeanfield Swifts)
Garry Kenneth (Broughty Athletic)
Gary Thom (Linlithgow Rose)
Gordon Donaldson (Broxburn Athletic)
Graham Hay (Broughty Athletic)
Greg Kirk (Lochee United)
Gregg Meikle (Dundonald Bluebell)
Greig Smith (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Jack Wilson (Newtongrange Star)
Jamie Montgomery (Lochee United)
John Martin (Dundonald Bluebell)
Kerr Young (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Kyle Scott (Newtongrange Star)
Lee Bryce (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Lewis Barr (Penicuik Athletic)
Lewis Mackie (Jeanfield Swifts)
Lewis Small (Camelon Juniors)
Lewis Turner (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Liam Craig (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Lyall Shaw (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Marc Walker (Carnoustie Panmure)
Mark McConnell (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Mark Partridge (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Matty Reynolds (Forfar West End)
Nathan Doig (Kennoway Star Hearts)
Reece Ritchie (Lochee United)
Richard Donovon (Jeanfield Swifts)
Robbie Holden (Jeanfield Swifts)
Ross Campbell (Bo'ness United)
Ross Drummond (Dundonald Bluebell)
Ross Gray (Bonnyrigg Rose)
Ross Montgomery (Penicuik Athletic)
Ryan Kane (Camelon Juniors)
Ryan Lockie (Camelon Juniors)
Ryan Porteous (Newtongrange Star)
Sam Jones (Penicuik Athletic)
Scott Lawrie (Dundonald Bluebell)
Scott McCrory-Irving (Penicuik Athletic)
Sean Jamieson (Bonnyrigg Rose/Penicuik Athletic)
Sean Melvin (Newtongrange Star)
Shaun Leishman (Hill of Beath Hawthorn)
Stephen Scott (Newtongrange Star)
Steven Cook (Carnoustie Panmure)
Stewart McConnachie (Broughty Athletic)
Stuart Hunter (Bo'ness United)
Wes Mitchell (Newtongrange Star)
Will Snowdon (Bo'ness United)

Own Goals: 5

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Is/are team(s) like Bonnyrigg, resigning from the Juniors at the end of season, going to save Nitten two years in a row from being regelated. They are in a downward spiral at the moment.

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On Sunday, April 01, 2018 at 08:53, Casey Jones said:

Is/are team(s) like Bonnyrigg, resigning from the Juniors at the end of season, going to save Nitten two years in a row from being regelated. They are in a downward spiral at the moment.

Morning Casey, lucky I checked the date before responding! 

this date is some sort of favourite for people to post about other clubs over the years! It must be lonely at the top! Athough i am a bit disappointed you and the other supporters are not disscussing the biggest day in your clubs history this week. Anyway I sure you have and will answer your humorous post.

I think over the the space of the last 12 months your memory has deserted you if you don't mind me saying. Just to remind you Newtongrange were saved because they collected 16 points with 4 draws and 4 wins from their last 8. They beat Lochee Musselburgh and Linlithgow in that run. If they hadn't done that then either Jeanfield or Musselburgh would have been relegated.

As For this season Nitten have played all the teams gunning for the league twice apart from Lochee (who they beat earlier in the season) so with games against teams around them in mid table and the season still with plenty of twists and turns to come, I will wait until the season is finished to analyse all the teams performances. 

Finally you use the phrase downwards spiral. Not sure I follow. From the outside looking in, they have,

Got 4 rounds further in the Scottish than last year

Have progressed further in the EOS cup than last year

Have progressed further in the Fife and Lothians  cup than last year.

Still in the 2 local cups although a difficult draw to come.

Have more points on the board than this time last year 

Have the majority of their extremely young squad signed for next year. (Only 3 players in the squad are 30 or over)

All that despite many other teams buying their way to success rather than coach the squad they have. 

Anyway I am sure your post was just a bit of a joke ahead of a big week for your own club which I wish them and you well with. 

see you next season.

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3 hours ago, The Faceman said:

Morning Casey, lucky I checked the date before responding! 

this date is some sort of favourite for people to post about other clubs over the years! It must be lonely at the top! Athough i am a bit disappointed you and the other supporters are not disscussing the biggest day in your clubs history this week. Anyway I sure you have and will answer your humorous post.

I think over the the space of the last 12 months your memory has deserted you if you don't mind me saying. Just to remind you Newtongrange were saved because they collected 16 points with 4 draws and 4 wins from their last 8. They beat Lochee Musselburgh and Linlithgow in that run. If they hadn't done that then either Jeanfield or Musselburgh would have been relegated.

As For this season Nitten have played all the teams gunning for the league twice apart from Lochee (who they beat earlier in the season) so with games against teams around them in mid table and the season still with plenty of twists and turns to come, I will wait until the season is finished to analyse all the teams performances. 

Finally you use the phrase downwards spiral. Not sure I follow. From the outside looking in, they have,

Got 4 rounds further in the Scottish than last year

Have progressed further in the EOS cup than last year

Have progressed further in the Fife and Lothians  cup than last year.

Still in the 2 local cups although a difficult draw to come.

Have more points on the board than this time last year 

Have the majority of their extremely young squad signed for next year. (Only 3 players in the squad are 30 or over)

All that despite many other teams buying their way to success rather than coach the squad they have. 

Anyway I am sure your post was just a bit of a joke ahead of a big week for your own club which I wish them and you well with. 

see you next season.

Afternoon Faceman - always good to talk to you!

Not sure why you are disappointed in me (even a wee bit!), as you know what I say makes sense!

I have a great memory, and it certainly hasn't deserted me, cause I remember fine well that not getting a result at Jeanfield  saw my team get relegated to the Premier League this season.

We both care about stats, and you certainly have more in your memory bank than I have ever learned. Sometimes 'facts' can overshadow reality, so I will tell you where I came from with my remarks yesterday.

No mistake with writing on 1 April and it wasn't an April fool message. My only mistake was writing on the wrong subject, which I didn't realise until message was posted (Wrote on the East Super league scorers page as opposed to main East Super League page). I also wanted to see if any Nitten fan would come on, since on P&B, they are about extinct at the moment?!

My 2 main points were Nitten avoiding relegation and in a downward spiral - both of which you appear to deny.

1.  Avoided relegation - I have no qualms  that Nitten were not automatically relegated because of their league position at  season end. But they did lose the play off against Forfar, therefore, under normal circumstances, Nitten would have been relegated. They were only saved from this as Kelty resigned from the Super League, which meant Nitten were allowed to remain in the top league. By all means, come back if I am wrong.

2. Since Nitten's last home win in the league, which was on 4 November 17, they have played a further 9 league games. Seven resulted in defeat, one was drawn and there was one league win. How is that not a downward spiral?

3. You mention that I  have not discussed the biggest day in my club's history. For our most recent history, I did a full report on this! - Namely winning 7-0 on Saturday!

Look forward to more conversations in the future.

 

 

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