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21 hours ago, Jambo'ness said:

The teaser is from another game against Arniston, this time a 2014 Fife & Lothians Cup tie, won 2-0.  Who was the young sub making his debut?

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Had a good one for today as well

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The teaser is from another game against Arniston, this time a 2014 Fife & Lothians Cup tie, won 2-0.  Who was the young sub making his debut?


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Had a good one for today as well


Zander Miller?

If not him then Craig Scott?

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2 minutes ago, 8MileBU said:

 

 

 


Zander Miller?

If not him then Craig Scott?

 

 

 

Neither.  Only made a handful of appearances but a local guy.

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Neither.  Only made a handful of appearances but a local guy.


Dylan Robb?

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2 hours ago, 3 Valuable Points said:

Jordan Burns

You've got it :thumsup2

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Time for the teaser I was going to use today:   The BU's were scheduled to play which Scottish League side in a benefit match for John Keenan?

SFA cancelled at last moment, deeming it not a proper charity match.

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21 minutes ago, Jambo'ness said:

Time for the teaser I was going to use today:   The BU's were scheduled to play which Scottish League side in a benefit match for John Keenan?

SFA cancelled at last moment, deeming it not a proper charity match.

Long time ago but I'll have a go. Hibs ?

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2 hours ago, Standalone said:

Long time ago but I'll have a go. Hibs ?

No, but is a current SPL side.

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Time for the teaser I was going to use today:   The BU's were scheduled to play which Scottish League side in a benefit match for John Keenan?
SFA cancelled at last moment, deeming it not a proper charity match.


Rangers?

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To put you out of your misery, it was St Johnstone.  Despite the player being in hospital, with ulcers and recovering from pleurisy, the SFA didn't deem it a 'proper' charity match.  Go figure.

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1994 and a trip to 2nd Division Tranent in a Fife & Lothians Cup quarter-final.  The belters were going strong that season, unlike Bo'ness but the BU's still returned home winners by 2-0.  The goals were notched by Stuart Gallagher and Stephen Martin.

The team was: Kirkwood, Dalton, Meldrum, Dunleavie, McLean, Hoggan, McLaren, Burns, Martin (Ward), Whyte (Brookfield), Gallagher

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