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21/22 Season to kick-off on July 17

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  • Cup Draws Made

    South Region Challenge Cup and King Cup draws made. With the new season only a few weeks away the draws for cup competitions have gotten underway with the King Cup, for EoS First Division clubs only, being the first drawn. The Shipyard were handed an away tie in the first round against Preston Athletic, ironically the ...

  • Shipyard sign Nathan Feeley

    Shippy add to their squad after signing Nathan Feeley. The club is delighted to announce the signing of Nathan Feeley from Lochgelly Albert. The 25 year old forward has also played for fellow East of Scotland League sides Kirkcaldy & Dysart FC and Thornton Hibs FC. Manager Stuart Innes said “I was very impressed with Nathan ...

  • Scott Orrock signs for Shippy

    Stuart adds to his squad as Scotty Orrock joins the Yard. The Shipyard are pleased to announce the signing of Scott Orrock. 31 year old Scott joins his home town team after a lengthy spell on the side lines as he recovered from a serious knee injury. With the injury now behind him Scott is keen ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 4-1 Preston Athletic

    Dazza dazzles in dominant display. The Shippy gathered another three points on Saturday as visitors Preston Athletic were beaten 4-1 at Recreation Park, in what was the last game of 2020. The win pushed the Shipyard up to fifth place in the league and things are getting tight at the top as the pack chase down ...

  • Shippy receive donation from Co-op.

    Dollar Road Co-op boosts Shipyard with community donation. The Shipyard received a welcome financial boost with a donation from the Co-op Community Donation scheme. Manager of the nearby Dollar Road store Tina Boles contacted the club to find out if they could help us in any way. It goes without saying that the current situation football ...

  • Eyemouth United 0-6 Burntisland Shipyard

    Anthony hat-trick rounds off good week for Shippy. The Shipyard made the long journey to Warner Park buoyed by their midweek victory against Heriot Watt University as they looked to continue to climb the league table. They did not disappoint, despite struggling for almost the entire first half to breakdown the resolute Eyemouth defence, as another ...

  • Heriot Watt University 1-3 Burntisland Shipyard

    Ben Anthony double sets up Shippy win. The Shipyard took full advantage of their second chance in this recast fixture following Heriot Watt University being penalised for breeching a substitution ruling. Despite falling behind, a Ben Anthony double and a first Shipyard goal for Jordan Mackenzie saw the Shippy secure a 3-1 victory at a wet ...

  • Bo’ness United 4-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shippy beaten but far from disgraced. The Shipyard left Newtown Park extremely frustrated following their 4-1 defeat to Bo’ness United in the Soccershop Challenge Cup. Not at their performance, not the margin of the defeat or not because Bo’ness were flattered by the scoreline. It was the self inflicted manner of the defeat that hurt. A ...