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  1. Broxburn Athletic 2018/19

    Yip - first class attitude from the start of the warm up to the end of the game. Wasn’t confident travelling up as St Andrews looked pretty handy at Albyn Park and with the crap weather who knew what would happen. 21 down 3 to play just needto continue with this attitude and take no one in the last three games lightly.
  2. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Have to say Broxburn were excellent todayin dreadful conditions. Kept it simple and made fewer mistakes. Absolutely spot on attitude from all involved. Park held up pretty well and a great little ground
  3. Weather Watch Saturday 19 March

    St. Andrews just now - pissing down and freezing
  4. Weather Watch Saturday 19 March

  5. Linlithgow Rose 18/19

    Wil be a real lottery today if Broxburn’s game goes ahead today at St Andrews so you never know.
  6. Weather Watch Saturday 19 March

    Anyone know if there is a planned inspection at St Andrews?
  7. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Whilst it may be unpopular the LL may not extend the deadline if they think Linlithgow would be a good replacement for Selkirk and then there is no need for re-election of the team that finishes bottom of the current LL season. This also gives them time to get LL2 off the ground with some West Region teams included if they join the seniors. Who knows what skullduggery may be afoot?
  8. New clubs in the East of Scotland

    I’ve been to LK on a number of occasions and cannot see what the issue is. There are changing facilities and a cafe and spectator facilities. The can enclose the ground in the same way IHS have done at the Ballast Bank Park to comply. Don’t think it would be that expensive.
  9. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    I do think it’s still very much a two horse race between Broxburn and Lithgae. I think Camelon and Jeanfield will concentrate on the cups with their Premier Division status secured (which was the priority or the ex-Super League sides. Whilst Broxburn’s fixtures look straightforward on the face of it, I’d add a couple of banana skins onto it - they are all away from home, they will all be played on grass, Lithgae’s run in will not be as hard as expected (for reason given above with Jeanfield) and there is a huge pressure on Broxburn in front running. Going to be a very nervous last 4 games for me to watch.
  10. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Good to hear that may breathe some life into these old established cup competitions.
  11. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Did the Fife teams get an invite to play in the Fife Senior Cup this year? I know the Shippie play in it regularly but just wondered if the rest were invited
  12. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Watched Broxburn all season. It’s been tough going but they have put themselves in a good position but it’s far from finished. If they can find the killer instinct from earlier in the season they have a great chance but it has been very nervy over the last 4/5 games. Finishing with 4 away games makes it very tricky. A long way to go until the fat lady sings.
  13. Pyramid 2019/2020

    Linlithgow are already licensed
  14. Bo'ness United 2018/19

    He’s a big fan of the Camelon top scorer
  15. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Really good first half performance from Broxburn and should have made the points safe but missed an early second half penalty. After that they struggled badly even against the 10 men of St Andrew’s. Three points obtained so onto the next game but this Conference is far from over.