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Dunbar crush LTHV then crash to Broxburn. Musselburgh strike late. Sauchie hold leaders Tranent in an East Lothian thriller. Jeanfield's inexorable rise continues.

Dunbar United 5-0 Lothian Thistle HV
Newtongrange Star 1-2 Musselburgh Athletic

(Tue) Camelon P-P Linlithgow Rose (waterlogged)
(Tue) Dunbar United 1-4 Broxburn Athletic
(Tue) Sauchie 3-3 Tranent
(Tue) Whitehill Welfare P-P Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts (waterlogged)
(Wed) Newtongrange Star 1-2 Jeanfield Swifts


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Saturday 28th November 2020
Blackburn United v Dundonald Bluebell
Crossgates Primrose v Camelon
Hill of Beath Hawthorn v Whitehill Welfare
Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts v Dunbar United
Linlithgow Rose v Newtongrange Star
Sauchie v Broxburn Athletic
Tynecastle v Tranent
Jeanfield Swifts = 'odd team'

Tuesday 1st December 2020
Penicuik Athletic v Musselburgh Athletic

Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Jeanfield Swifts v Dundonald Bluebell
Lothian Thistle HV v Broxburn Athletic

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Tranent drop points again - but with others not playing or capitalising it extends their lead. Sauchie result of the day beating Broxburn. There is an obvious 'bottom 3' now, with Crossgates + Dunbar straddling gap between dangerzone and mid-table pack.

Blackburn United 1-2 Dundonald Bluebell
Crossgates Primrose 1-4 Camelon
Hill of Beath Hawthorn 2-0 Whitehill Welfare
Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts 0-1 Dunbar United
Linlithgow Rose 2-1 Newtongrange Star
Sauchie 2-0 Broxburn Athletic
Tynecastle 0-0 Tranent


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Tuesday 1st December 2020
Penicuik Athletic v Musselburgh Athletic

Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Lothian Thistle HV v Broxburn Athletic


Saturday 5th December 2020
Broxburn Athletic v Crossgates Primrose
Camelon v Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts
Dunbar United v Linlithgow Rose
Dundonald Bluebell v Musselburgh Athletic
Hill of Beath Hawthorn v Penicuik Athletic
Newtongrange Star v Blackburn United
Sauchie v Tynecastle
Tranent v Jeanfield Swifts
Whitehill Welfare v Lothian Thistle HV

Edited by HibeeJibee

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On 16/11/2020 at 08:49, Casey Jones said:

On paper, I agree with you, but I genuinely hope it doesn’t leave Dunbar in a worse place afterwords! 

Think I read that with John coming in, a first team coach left the club. Not sure if he left due to the arrival of John or not. Also, if and I hope Geoff does return to the club, it may put extra pressure on him with John there! Again I may be well off mark!

As an East Lothian club I want to see Dunbar remain in the Premier league so hope the move is a positive one!!

This comment is is what is and will happen

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Broxburn have made a good job of throwing away results this week. Having led 3-1 at LTHV with 5mins left they managed to draw 3-3. Having led 3-0 at home to Crossgates today they lost 5-4. That rockets Primrose out of the relegation places.

Maligned and scorned over the opening weeks Linlithgow now go 3rd, with 1 game-in-hand.

Camelon also climb demolishing Inverkeithing.

Penicuik themselves are beginning to make moves on upper reaches.


(Tue) Penicuik Athletic 3-2 Musselburgh Athletic
(Wed) Lothian Thistle HV 3-3 Broxburn Athletic

Broxburn Athletic 4-5 Crossgates Primrose
Camelon 6-2 Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts
Dunbar United 0-3 Linlithgow Rose
Dundonald Bluebll P-P Musselburgh Athletic
Hill of Beath Hawthorn P-P Penicuik Athletic
Newtongrange Star P-P Blackburn United
Sauchie P-P Tynecastle
Tranent P-P Jeanfield Swifts
Whitehill Welfare P-P Lothian Thistle HV


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Most clubs are on Scottish Cup duty next week leaving:

Saturday 12th December 2020
Crossgates Primrose v Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts
Penicuik Athletic v Sauchie
Dunbar United = 'odd team'

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A strong and exciting looking EOSFL Prem so far this season. 

Very best of luck to Linlithgow Rose.  HTG.

Edited by Tynierose

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42 minutes ago, lithgierose said:

Surprised this was on 🙄

The committee were at the parl at half 7 and it wasnt until noon the game was confirmed to being on. I'm sure with the game against lithgae the committee be at work etc and wouldnt have the time to get the pitch ready

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3 minutes ago, 8MileBU said:

A strong and exciting looking EOSFL Prem so far this season. 

Very best of luck to Tranent, Jeanfield, Mussy, LTHV, Camelon, Penicuik, Dundonald, Broxburn, HOB, Tynecastle, Newtongrange, Sauchie, Crossgates, Dunbar, Blackburn, IHS and Whitehill.

Lowland league is the same top 8 is so tight. Even stirling uni and the colts going to spring some results

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10 minutes ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

Lowland league is the same top 8 is so tight. Even stirling uni and the colts going to spring some results

I know pal and they’ll all take points off each other as the season rolls on I’d imagine. Looks like the EOS Prem is much the same. No runaway leaders yet.  #ABL

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1 hour ago, AlanCamelonfan said:

The committee were at the parl at half 7 and it wasnt until noon the game was confirmed to being on. I'm sure with the game against lithgae the committee be at work etc and wouldnt have the time to get the pitch ready

Or hoping that fans will be allowed in. When rearanged

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1 hour ago, 8MileBU said:

A strong and exciting looking EOSFL Prem so far this season. 

Very best of luck to Linlithgow Rose.  HTG.

Very kind of you mate.

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1 hour ago, 8MileBU said:

A strong and exciting looking EOSFL Prem so far this season. 

Very best of luck to Linlithgow Rose.  HTG.

Very civil 😄

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Took in the Broxburn 4 v Crossgates 5 game today from outside the ground. Broxburn went 3-0 up just after half time and somehow managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Nothing between the teams on the day, but a cracking game to watch.

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What on earth has happened to Broxburn these last weeks?

Watched today’s Broxburn game from behind fence. They somehow managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Whilst at 3-0 up, it didn’t really reflect the score. However, they got caught massively in the 2nd half, with Crossgates even missing a penalty. Cracking game to watch, but Broxburn must be kicking themselves.

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