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  • Kinnoull 6-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shipyard crash out of King Cup. The Shipyard crashed out of the King Cup in disappointing fashion losing 6-2 to Kinnoull at Tulloch Park on Saturday. A woeful first half an hour put paid to the Shippy’s chances as they were four goals behind by that stage. A goal just before half-time from Shaun Keatings gave ...

  • Lochgelly Albert 0-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Keatings goal seals Shippy win. The Shipyard recorded a 1-0 away win against Lochgelly Albert though in truth the win was more comfortable than the scoreline suggests. Shaun Keatings’ goal on the hour mark was all that separated the sides, however, had the Shippy taken their chances in a dominant first half display they would surely ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 5-3 Newburgh

    Benji nets hat-trick as Shippy hit five. The Shipyard gained a long overdue win after beating Newburgh 5-3 at Recreation Park on Saturday, thanks in part to a first half Ben Anthony hat-trick. Although, delighted to get the win manager Dave Costello bemoaned the concession of three goals and only scoring five when he said “I ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0-5 Edinburgh South

    Stretched Shipyard suffer heavy defeat. The Shipyard’s season plunged to a new low on Saturday as they suffered a 5-0 home defeat to Edinburgh South at Recreation Park. There were the usual mitigating circumstances of player unavailability through Injury, suspension and being otherwise engaged. A situation that hopefully eases sooner rather than later as we look ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1-3 University of Stirling (aet. 90mins 1-1)

    Late late goal denies Shipyard. The Shipyard passed up a great chance to take a Lowland League scalp in the South Challenge Cup as they conceded an equaliser with the last kick of the game, well actually it was a header but you get the idea. There were ninety four minutes on the clock when Matthew ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 2-3 Lochore Welfare

    Shippy lose out in five goal thriller. A bumper crowd of 211 enjoyed their first taste of Friday night football at Recreation Park but sadly for the hosts, they could not produce the result the bulk of the crowd were looking for. Despite the Shippy taking an early lead it was Lochore who came out on ...

  • Glenrothes 2-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Late penalty sinks Shipyard. We should have been talking about fine goals from Jack Wilson and Reece Brown instead of a red card to Shippy keeper Scott Costello. The big goalie unceremoniously brought down Brown outside his area and the resultant red card was quickly shown. However, the referee somehow missed a blatant offside in the ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1-4 Peebles Rovers

    Woeful Shippy suffer heavy defeat. A hangover from the Scottish Cup defeat? Missing key players? A one off performance? These are questions that need to be answered, quickly, if the Shipyard are to get back amongst the leaders at the top of the table. Credit to Peebles as they played well and capitalised on the chances ...