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17 hours ago, HibeeJibee said:

Shout out to Camelon who finally lost in a cup-tie, meaning the last of this season's invincibles has fallen.

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Word just in that Camelon have just been awarded last years Eurovision Song Contest, after it was discovered that all other entries were ineligible.

A Camelon spokesman added “We went through all the application forms from all the countries, and it appears they were all ineligible. We welcome the opportunity to take another competition through someone else’s error”. :) 

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3 minutes ago, Baxter's Nutmeg said:

Word just in that Camelon have just been awarded last years Eurovision Song Contest, after it was discovered that all other entries were ineligible.

A Camelon spokesman added “We went through all the application forms from all the countries, and it appears they were all ineligible. We welcome the opportunity to take another competition through someone else’s error”. :) 

Reading through the other threads it seems Kelty noticed the mistake and reported it themselves? 

 

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1 minute ago, wullie robb said:

Reading through the other threads it seems Kelty noticed the mistake and reported it themselves? 

 

Yes, I realised that. This was just my feeble attempt at humour. :)

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2 minutes ago, Baxter's Nutmeg said:

Yes, I realised that. This was just my feeble attempt at humour. :)

I gathered that Baxter's, I did laugh when I read it. Then I realised Camelon weren't in the Eurovision last year. 

Nearly got me. 

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10 minutes ago, Baxter's Nutmeg said:

Yes, I realised that. This was just my feeble attempt at humour. :)

I heard we might be awarded the champions league aswell. No luck fergie you cheating get that you are

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Would be a long time since I can recall someone playing a cup-tied player.

Might've been Spartans in the 2007-08 EOS League Cup Final. They won... but 75th-minute sub Kenny Young had featured 4 times for Edinburgh City earlier in the tournament.

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1 hour ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

I heard we might be awarded the champions league aswell. No luck fergie you cheating get that you are

:lol::lol: that's Larry levels of permarage there, imagine what you would have been like if you weren't through to next round.

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29 minutes ago, gogsy said:

:lol::lol: that's Larry levels of permarage there, imagine what you would have been like if you weren't through to next round.

I'm actually not that fussed kelty admitted it and reported there mistake themselves if they don't get put out that doesn't bother me

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1 hour ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

I'm actually not that fussed kelty admitted it and reported there mistake themselves if they don't get put out that doesn't bother me

Prescedent has already been set this season. So for me decision for Eosfl is if Kelty as expected are disqualified do Camelon get reinstated and into the semi final, or will that semi final be a walkover for which ever team gets there.

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44 minutes ago, bravehearts dad said:

Prescedent has already been set this season. So for me decision for Eosfl is if Kelty as expected are disqualified do Camelon get reinstated and into the semi final, or will that semi final be a walkover for which ever team gets there.

Not sure precedent has been set , offence has been found before next round has been played, clearly Camelon get awarded tie. Jeanfield will pump Bonnyrigg rose anyway, so don't worry about it.

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2 hours ago, bravehearts dad said:

Prescedent has already been set this season. So for me decision for Eosfl is if Kelty as expected are disqualified do Camelon get reinstated and into the semi final, or will that semi final be a walkover for which ever team gets there.

Didn't Dundonald get put out and Peebles reinstated I  south challenge 

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13 minutes ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

Didn't Dundonald get put out and Peebles reinstated I  south challenge 

It was Eyemouth. They went down like the Hindenburg in the next round at Bonnyrigg.

If a team fields a suspended player in the league the punishment is almost invariably a points deduction; if a team fields a suspended, cup-tied or unregistered player in a cup the punishment is almost invariably expulsion and reinstatement of beaten opponent (if they won), or a ban from the next season's edition (if they lost). Leith aren't in this season's King Cup as they fielded ineligible players in last season's SF loss at Kelty.

Nothing automatic though, and always appeals process too.

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5 minutes ago, HibeeJibee said:

It was Eyemouth. They went down like the Hindenburg in the next round at Bonnyrigg.

If a team fields a suspended player in the league the punishment is almost invariably a points deduction; if a team fields a suspended, cup-tied or unregistered player in a cup the punishment is almost invariably expulsion and reinstatement of beaten opponent (if they won), or a ban from the next season's edition (if they lost). Leith aren't in this season's King Cup as they fielded ineligible players in last season's SF loss at Kelty.

Nothing automatic though, and always appeals process too.

I think kelty have accepted the wrong. But here's hoping the earlier post rings true and we win the eurovision 

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Spartans have built up quite a collection of the possible variations over the years.

Back in 2007-08 they won the EOS League Cup but brought on cup-tied sub Kenny Young in the Final, and so forfeited the title to losing finalists Whitehill. Following season they used Dean Hoskins in a Scottish Cup loss at Elgin but he had been transferred to their Amateur side to get game-time, and not loaned or signed back. (However the tie had been postponed a week and Elgin's keeper was signed during that intervening period - both were in breach of rules and a replay was ordered).

In 2011-12 Keith Macleod's registration form had been rejected for a missing DoB but not resubmitted - expelled from Scottish and South Challenge cups, with Culter and LTHV respectively reinstated.

Fast forward to 2014-15 and a club coach was listed as a triallist in Lowland League Cup R1 - expelled and Preston reinstated. Finally, the next season Ross Gilpin played in EOS League v Civil Service but had not served a ban received as a triallist in a friendly.

I think that is every possible way... cup-tied, registered to another team, signed after cut-off, not registered, triallist in a cup, suspended.


EDIT: Technically no, as another - admittedly less obvious - one which has occurred a few times in recent years was for fielding a triallist last registered outside Scotland without international clearance. Maybe coincidence but it's stung a few Border and D&G clubs, IIRC.

Sometimes in amateur football you see clubs done for listing players with false names!

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On ‎19‎/‎01‎/‎2019 at 12:20, HibeeJibee said:

Penicuik P-P Stirling Uni

Now goes ahead on Tuesday 12th February.

Winners visit Spartans in SFs.

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http://www.camelonjuniors.co.uk/home-semi-final-joy-for-the-mariners/

Home Semi Final Joy for the Mariners

Many of you will have seen the statement issued by Kelty Hearts following the Football Nation Qualifying Cup match on Saturday regarding them unwittingly fielding a cup tied player.  The club contacted us on Sunday to inform us and apologise for the error.

We received official word today from the East of Scotland Football Association that “the Association Office Bearers have decided that Kelty Hearts be excluded from the remainder of the competition and Camelon Juniors be re-instated in their place.”

This means that we will get to play in the semi final of this competition against either Peebles Rovers, Jeanfield Swifts or Bonnyrigg Rose with the latter two teams still to play their third round match.  So we don’t know the date or the opponent, but we do know that the match will be at Carmuirs Park.  As soon as we know, we’ll let you know!

So we have the chance to continue to compete for a potential 3rd trophy of the season, with 3 others still to play for.  In the immediate future, we focus back on the league as we welcome St Andrews United to Carmuirs Park this Saturday for a 2pm kick off. 

#weareCJFC #itswhoweare #supportlocal

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On ‎22‎/‎01‎/‎2019 at 22:12, HibeeJibee said:

Now goes ahead on Tuesday 12th February.

Winners visit Spartans in SFs.

Friday 22nd March
 

 

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3 hours ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

What about Jeanfield vs bonnyrigg 

Next available Saturday is 23rd March, unless it's done midweek.

It does put the 12/13th March date for the EOS City Cup semis out the window though.

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