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About jaggywaggy

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  1. Bo'ness United 2018/19

    Was meant to be but I got the call at 10:30 from the Bo’ness Secretary. Not a day for football either way.
  2. Weather Watch Saturday 19 March

    Bo’ness v Dalkeith game off
  3. Bo'ness United 2018/19

    Game Off.
  4. Bo'ness United 2018/19

    11am inspection
  5. SELKIRK

    Care to elaborate?
  6. Yeah Dalkeith and Broxburn sound the same and are only 20 miles apart [emoji23]
  7. LL Relegation

    Has it - which part of the minutes?
  8. LL Relegation

    I might have picked this up wrong from a recent EOS meeting - but Whitehill are effectively safe from relegation as Selkirk are considered to be the bottom club. There is still a scenario where Whitehill could get relegated, however, and that is where say Albion Rover played Cove Rangers in the Playoff - and Cove won. Albion Rovers would be relegated to LL and Whitehill to EOS. In the event that none of the playoff winners from EOS were licensed then applications would be needed to fill the space. Hence the advert now. I think.
  9. Junior football, what is the future?

    the lowland league west would be a feeder at tier 6 on par with the EOS & SOS It wouldn't be a Lowland league then would it? - it would be a WOS league.
  10. Junior football, what is the future?

    why would they set up a Lowland League West - when the current Lowland league covers this geographical area?
  11. Bo'ness United 2018/19

    Max Christie and big Haynsey I’m hearing.
  12. Newtongrange Star

    Yes it's on the club Facebook page - I'm not well versed in how these things work - but how do you buy a club that isn't owned by anyone - other than paying the debts and possibly a nominal fee into the club accounts? Which you'd then be in charge of? Hopefully the guy pulls it out the bag.
  13. Newtongrange Star

    Seemed to work alright when Charlie McGlynn was in charge at Musselburgh - allegedly
  14. Newtongrange Star

    Are they? There’s not been many Nitten fans on here for a long long time.
  15. Forgotten scottish bands

    Stevie Anderson left to form the excellent folk/country group Anderson, McGinty, Webster, Ward and Fisher - later renamed Sinderins. The Law carried on briefly with a replacement guitarist but never quite got over the loss of Stevie. Think they reformed briefly for a one off gig but have otherwise dropped off the radar.
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