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Looks like Musselburgh were fortunate to get a point, Oakley through on goal late on but couldn't score the winner. Gap now 5 at the top to Penicuik but HoB still have two games in hand.

 

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Having lost their first league game of the season in the preceding match Penicuik should have been left pretty content with the way the weekend went... their Friday win was followed by both Musselburgh and Newtongrange dropping points at home whilst Hill of Beath weren't in action. This restores their lead to 5pts but the Fifers have 2 games-in-hand which can draw then joint level.

1   Penicuik        P13   36pts   +54

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2   Musselburgh     P13   31pts   +19

3   Hill of Beath   P11   30pts   +45

4   Newtongrange    P13   30pts   +32



January 12th and February 16th are the impending "Super Saturdays" - although Newtongrange also visit Hill of Beath on February 2nd: these sides have yet to meet.

        |    H of B    |    Mussel    |    Newton    |    Peni’k    |

        |              |              |              |              |

        |              |              |              |              |

Jan 05  |  Oakley (H)  |  Dunbar (A)  |  Easth. (A)  |  Arnis. (H)  |

Jan 12  |  Mussel (A)  |  H of B (H)  |  Peni’k (H)  |  Newton (A)  |
Jan 19  |  Coldst (H)  |  Leith  (A)  |  Dunbar (A)  |  St Uni (H)  |  EQC R4

Jan 26  |  Tweedm (A)  |     idle     |  Hawick (H)  |  Coldst (H)  |

Feb 02  |  Newton (H)  |  Easth. (H)  |  H of B (A)  |  Peebles(H)  |

Feb 09  |  Easth. (A)  |  Peebles(A)  |  Leith  (A)  |     idle     |

Feb 16  |  Peni’k (A)  |  Newton (H)  |  Mussel (A)  |  H of B (H)  |
Feb 23  |  Dunbar (H)  |  Hawick (H)  |  Tweedm (H)  |  Leith  (A)  |
Mar 02  |  Tranen (A)  |  LTHV   (A)  |  Craigr (A)  |  Peebles(H)  |  KC R2

Mar 09  |  Leith  (H)  |     idle     |     idle     |  Oakley (H)  |

Mar 16  |  Peebles(A)  |  Tweedm (A)  |  Coldst (H)  |  Hawick (A)  |

Mar 23  |              |              |              |              |  KC R3

Mar 30  |  Arnist (A)  |  Coldst (A)  |  Peebles(A)* |  Dunbar (H)  |

Apr 06  |              |              |              |              |

Apr 13  |              |              |              |              |  KC R4

Apr 20  |              |              |              |              |

        |              |              |              |              |

        |              |              |              |              |

 dates  |  Hawick (H)  |  Coldst (H)  |  H of B (H)  |  Mussel (H)  |

  tbc   |  Newton (A)  |  Peni’k (A)  |              |  Coldst (A)  |

        |              |              |              |  Tweedm (A)  |

 

*Mar 31 (Sun)

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They deserved it and could have made it 3pts if the late pressure had paid-off. Coldstream will rue the soft-looking 2nd yellow that reduced them to 10-men and conceded the free kick which sparked the homesters come-back from 1-3 down.


Higher up Penicuik ground-out their 1-0 win over Arniston and HoB thumped Oakley but Musselburgh lost at Dunbar and Newtongrange lost at Easthouses, which leaves the table looking of this complexion:

Penicuik                 P14    39pts
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Hill of Beath        P12   33pts
Musselburgh       P14   31pts
Newtongrange   P14   30pts
Dunbar                    P14   26pts
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Leith                          P15   21pts
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Easthouses            P14   19pts
Coldstream           P13   17pts

So if HoB won their 2 games-in-hand they'd draw level with Penicuik, while the others fall behind; plus if Coldstream won their game-in-hand there would only be 7pts separating 5th down to 8th in the fight for the top 5/6 slots.

Starting to get tense in this conference.

Edited by HibeeJibee

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Tweedmouth tightening up their defence 44 goals conceded in their first five games inc 24 in first couple of games. Just 27 conceded last nine games though.

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28 minutes ago, gogsy said:

Tweedmouth tightening up their defence 44 goals conceded in their first five games inc 24 in first couple of games. Just 27 conceded last nine games though.

It does of course help when they've only played one of those nine games against a top 5 club. ;) We'll see how their improved their defence is against HoB in two weeks...

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4 hours ago, Ginaro said:

It does of course help when they've only played one of those nine games against a top 5 club. ;) We'll see how their improved their defence is against HoB in two weeks...

Prof, done a good job there seems they are battling for each other now. Obviously with being a remote club their player options are limited. Good young keeper in goals, and experience at the back now too.

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4 hours ago, Ginaro said:

It does of course help when they've only played one of those nine games against a top 5 club. ;) We'll see how their improved their defence is against HoB in two weeks...

Why can’t you just give the club some credit, instead of  being a smart c**t

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Easthouses Lily 0-3 Berwick Rangers. Good run out pretty much a full strength Berwick VI. 0-0 HT before the legs started to give a little in the second half.

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4 minutes ago, Jambob said:

Easthouses Lily 0-3 Berwick Rangers. Good run out pretty much a full strength Berwick VI.

0-0 HT before the legs started to give a little in the second half.

Outstanding performance if the away team played the game 5 men short, tbh.

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Outstanding performance if the away team played the game 5 men short, tbh.

Say that In English?

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2 hours ago, Jambob said:


Say that In English?

You mentioned a "Berwick VI" - that would be 6 players. You mean XI.

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You mentioned a "Berwick VI" - that would be 6 players. You mean XI.

Was a long night

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One of the best facilities in the league  hopefully the park will be ok as their under 20 team has a game tonight 

Admission is £6 

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New Victoria Park will be in excellent condition for today's game. Stevie the groundsman has worked very hard on the pitch this season , it was in great shape last night for the under 20's.

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