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  • Burntisland Shipyard 10 Eyemouth United 3

    Super Shippy smash ten in record win. The Shipyard went goal crazy on Saturday as records tumbled on an amazing afternoon at Recreation Park. Since joining the East of Scotland League this was the biggest winning margin, the most goals scored in a game and the most goals scored by an individual player in a game ...

  • Stirling University 1 Burntisland Shipyard 4

    Impressive Shippy give students a lesson. The Shipyard recorded their first away win of the season in fine style as they completed a league double over Stirling University winning 4-1 at the Gannochy Sports Centre on Saturday. In a day of firsts, loan signing John Martin helped himself to a double on his debut, scoring the ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0 Heriot Watt University 1

    Shipyard lack cutting edge in narrow defeat. Heriot Watt University left Recreation Park with all three points thanks to the only goal of the game scored by Anton Dowds and realistically the Shipyard can have no complaints as in a game of very few chances, the visitors created the more clear-cut opportunities and also looked more ...

  • Kelty Hearts 4 Burntisland Shipyard 0

    No new year cheer for the Shipyard at Kelty. Who would have thought five years ago that the stand out match in the East of Scotland League opening fixtures of 2018 would have been a Fife derby between Kelty Hearts and Burntisland Shipyard. Both clubs have invested heavily in order to obtain their SFA Club licences ...

  • Six new arrivals at Recreation Park

    Shipyard signings add depth to squad. Despite the recent poor weather over the last couple of weeks, leading to the postponement of matches, Shipyard manager Grant Brough has been far from inactive as he has added no fewer than six players to his squad. Forward Sean Johnstone has arrived from Rosyth FC, defender Ross Lennie has ...

  • Leith Athletic 3 Burntisland Shipyard 1

    Shipyard suffer League Cup woe. The Shipyard were the visitors when the curtain came down for the last time at Meadowbank Stadium on Saturday as the whole complex is to be demolished and replaced with a new state of the art facility in the next few years. There was no cameo role for the Shippy though ...

  • Ormiston 2 Burntisland Shipyard 0

    Poor show from disappointing Shipyard. The last couple of weeks have been hard luck stories after good performances against Selkirk and Leith but there was no misfortune against Ormiston as the Shipyard turned in a thoroughly abject display losing 2-0 at the Hibernian Training Centre. It was a tough watch on a bitterly cold day in East ...

  • Dunfermline Athletic A – A Burntisland Shipyard

    Fife Cup tie abandoned due to serious injury. Sadly this match was brought to a premature end as the referee abandoned the match following the Pars midfielder Aaron Splaine suffering a broken leg. The youngster sustained the horror injury at the start of the second half and referee Lorraine Watson had no option but to call ...