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SHIPYARD BEGIN DEFENCE OF FIFE CUP.

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  • MATCH POSTPONED

    Today’s match against Eyemouth United has been postponed after the pitch failed an inspection this morning.

  • Dalkeith Thistle 3-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Controversial Late penalty helps sink Shipyard. Sometimes in life you don’t get what you deserve and today was one of those days as the Shipyard were denied at least a point by what can only be described as an absolutely appalling decision to award Dalkeith a penalty as the game entered added time. Make no mistake ...

  • Dunipace 5-0 Burntisland Shipyard

    Manager brands performance unacceptable as Shipyard crumble. Once more the Shipyard’s defensive frailties reared their ugly head as they conceded five without reply to Dunipace, who prior to kick off were below the Shippy in the Conference B table. An injury in the warm up to Dean Anderson, who pulled out with a knee problem, did ...

  • Cowdenbeath 2-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Unlucky Shippy lose in Fife Cup. The holders of the Fife Cup were knocked out of this season’s competition in unfortunate circumstances as a freak goal was all that separated the sides. The Shipyard deserved to take the tie to penalties or indeed win it inside the ninety minutes as they more than matched their League ...

  • Dunbar United 4-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Same old story as Shippy lose at Dunbar. The Shipyard bowed out of the Football Nation Cup going down 4-1 to Dunbar United at New Countess Park and once again they only have themselves to blame. Too many free-kicks were given away in dangerous positions, which accounted for two of the hosts goals, with slack defending ...

  • Jonny Galloway extends contract.

    The Club is delighted to announce tonight that midfielder Jonny Galloway has extended stay at Recreation Park by signing a new contract that will keep him at the Shippy until at least the summer of 2020. Manager Stuart Innes said “I am really pleased that Jonny has agreed to sign this deal. It shows that ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 4-4 Haddington Athletic

    Goals galore in Shippy thriller. The Shipyard and Haddington served up an eight-goal thriller with honours even as the match finished 4-4. From being ahead early on, the Shippy found themselves two goals down with 16 minutes remaining but fought back in fine fashion to square the match, indeed if Robbie Crawford had shown more composure ...

  • Crossgates Primrose 2-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shippy edged out in Fife derby. There was very little to choose between the teams in this keenly fought Fife derby, other than that the hosts took advantage of a couple of openings that came their way, whereas the Shipyard spurned a glorious opportunity to take at least a point from the match as an over ...