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Steven W

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  1. Fort William tomorrow

    According to Wick's twitter feed it was the FW keeper got mud in his eye, and needed treatment. Then the ref just abandoned the match.
  2. Fife caravan parks

    Many thanks for the replies folks - much appreciated. I think these Fife parks all seem a little pricey for me, when you consider that i can get three nights at e.g. Eyemouth for £110. I was wanting Fife so I could make a tript to East End Park for Dunfermline v Dundee Utd, but I may well have to pass that up.
  3. Fife caravan parks

    Thanks for the replys folks. Pettycur's cheapest three night stay is £196, which seems really expensive. Looked up Sauchope links but can't find a means of booking a caravan on-line (they have beach huts and Glamping domes right enough)
  4. Fife caravan parks

    Looking to hire a static caravan for the weekend of 15/16/17th March somewhere in Fife. Not overly fussy where, but it'll be me, my wife and 4 year old son, so perhaps one with on site entertainment of some description (but by no means necessary). Ideally I'd only want the Friday and Saturday nights, but if it had to be a three night stay minimum (as in my experience they sometimes are) then so be it. The Internet is normally the best way to book something like this, but I'm having trouble finding something. Anyone able to help / advise?
  5. Falkirk v Dundee United

    Good lad Paton. Not exactly a United legend, but noticed both today and the game before Christmas that he made a point of going over to the United fans to give us a wee acknowledgement. Clearly holds his United days dear
  6. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Some valid points about yesterday's match. Broxburn did make more guilt edged chances over the piece. I was just so impressed with Jeanfield's neat, intricate passing play and some of their players dribbling skills - great to watch. For the avoidance of doubt, I wish Broxburn no harm. Very hospitable club - and great pies to boot!
  7. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    Huge day for Broxburn yesterday and the stars seems to be aligning nicely for them. Its theirs to lose. That said, that's three times I've saw them this season and I've yet to be impressed. We'll beaten by Camelon in the cup semi, linlithgow were the better team when Broxburn won 4-3, and Jeanfield were the better side yesterday. Broxburn may well drop points in the run in.
  8. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    £2k just to apply!! Wow - would like to see the breakdown of that figure. Seems astronomical, and thoroughly discouraging to teams looking to apply. I still can't see what Civil Service Strollers have in place that Broxburn don't (granted I don't have an inside knowledge)
  9. EoS Conference C chat 2018-19

    What do Broxburn need to do their ground to get a licence that amounts to £10k?? And more over, having been to SFA licensed Christie Gilles park a year or so ago (a very pleasant visit too i might add), what does it have that Albyn Park doesn't? Unless i'm not getting a proper understanding of 'SFA licensed'......(entirely possible!)
  10. East Region-Thorntons League Cup

    Anybody able to point me in the direction of current league tables for this cup and results?
  11. Linlithgow Rose 18/19

    i took this game in at the weekend. A bizarre game in many respects. On another day it could have been six or seven to Rose, but on another Stirling could have nicked it at the end!
  12. Lowland League Fixtures - 2018/19

    Stirling Uni home matches listed as TBC
  13. The Duel for the Crown

    hmm... maybe you're right. I just felt that stood behind the goals, the majority of the action was at the opposite end of the game to me throughout! Anyway, i was impressed by the set-up at Kelty and can only admire their ambition. Could be about to prove dividend already with potential derby matches v Cowdenbeath next season
  14. The Duel for the Crown

    You can't disagree with LTHV manager that fatigue played its part (6 games in 11 days - of course it did), but the reasons behind why they had to do so are there for all to see and no one else's fault but their's. As for being the better football teaming, I think the goals for column in the league speaks volumes. I was at the match on Saturday and I kind of thought LTHV were worthy of a point in the end as they had a lot more possession in the second half. That said they did lack a cutting edge - perhaps because of fatigue, or perhaps they just don't have the same cutting edge Kelty do, as the goals for column would suggest.
  15. Queens v Dundee United

    Yeah i heard that too - insulting in the extreme