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For those interested, here are the St Andrews United league fixtures for the 2018/19 season........feel free to get along to the Rec (A.K.A. Barnetts Park) to see how we get on!!!!!  Also, we intend to produce a programme for each of these home games.

 

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After Camelon's winning debut to kick-off Conference C, two more games tonight and Camelon's second

Camelon Juniors – Broxburn Athletic

St Andrews United – Jeanfield Swifts

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Thought Broxburn deserved the win.

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Good first 5 minutes, Anderson making the keeper pull off a good save but then fell out of it totally for the remainder of the half as an attacking side - which I felt was caused by the setup of the team as the midfield were doing nothing which meant that every time the forwards got the ball there was no option for them and thus Broxburn were picking it up and clearing their lines and putting Camelon under pressure.

Scrappy goal for Athletic to open the scoring and they went in for the oranges a goal up.

into the second 45 and a good free kick to level it up during Camelons best spell of the game - they came out at the start of the second half flying for the first 15 minutes or so and it looked like a home win could be on the cards but the last half hour was a repeat of the first half but with Broxburn looking ever more dangerous and it wasn't a shock when they nicked it in the 89th minute.

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1 hour ago, drs said:

Good first 5 minutes, Anderson making the keeper pull off a good save but then fell out of it totally for the remainder of the half as an attacking side - which I felt was caused by the setup of the team as the midfield were doing nothing which meant that every time the forwards got the ball there was no option for them and thus Broxburn were picking it up and clearing their lines and putting Camelon under pressure.

Scrappy goal for Athletic to open the scoring and they went in for the oranges a goal up.

into the second 45 and a good free kick to level it up during Camelons best spell of the game - they came out at the start of the second half flying for the first 15 minutes or so and it looked like a home win could be on the cards but the last half hour was a repeat of the first half but with Broxburn looking ever more dangerous and it wasn't a shock when they nicked it in the 89th minute.

Thought it was a decent game tonight. Camelon a bit unlucky not to take something from it and I think it will be a difficult place to go to and pick up points.  Look a much improved side from last year.

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14 hours ago, drs said:

Good first 5 minutes, Anderson making the keeper pull off a good save but then fell out of it totally for the remainder of the half as an attacking side - which I felt was caused by the setup of the team as the midfield were doing nothing which meant that every time the forwards got the ball there was no option for them and thus Broxburn were picking it up and clearing their lines and putting Camelon under pressure.

Scrappy goal for Athletic to open the scoring and they went in for the oranges a goal up.

into the second 45 and a good free kick to level it up during Camelons best spell of the game - they came out at the start of the second half flying for the first 15 minutes or so and it looked like a home win could be on the cards but the last half hour was a repeat of the first half but with Broxburn looking ever more dangerous and it wasn't a shock when they nicked it in the 89th minute.

Agree with your comments felt that Broxburn just about deserved to nick it at the end but Camelon only have themselves to blame for not taking the chances they had last night and it might have been a different story, but that's  football for you. Still we move on to Saturday and hopefully get back on track with a win. 

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