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  • 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 ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 3 Leith Athletic 4

    Missed chances again cost the Shippy as Leith snatch the points. For the fourth game in a row the Shipyard lost by the odd goal but perhaps what was most disappointing was scoring three goals at home and still losing the match. There were mitigating circumstances, with three of the regular back four missing, it was ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0 Selkirk 1

    Shipyard unlucky in narrow defeat. The Shipyard again missed a series of good chances but unlike the previous two weeks, this was a much better all-round performance as they more than matched their Lowland League opponents and can count themselves unlucky not to have at least taken the game into extra time or even win the ...

  • Eyemouth United 3 Burntisland Shipyard 2

    Shippy shoot themselves in the foot again. Shipyard manager Grant Brough was honest in his summing up of the match at Eyemouth, indicating he was not too surprised that his team lost when he said “I just can’t believe we lost that game today, or on the other hand I suppose I can, as yet again ...

  • Motherwell U/20’s 9 Burntisland Shipyard U/20’s 0

    Steelmen too strong for Shipyard youngsters. The Shipyard U/20’s run in the SFA Youth Cup came to an end on Sunday as they were comprehensively beaten by Motherwell at the Excelsior Stadium in Airdrie. However, the boys can hold their heads up high having beaten an SPFL championship side in the previous round and getting the ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 2 Coldstream 3

    Penalty miss proves crucial before controversial ending. The Shipyard were left gobsmacked that what looked to be a last gasp equaliser was wrongly flagged offside as Scott Powrie knocked the loose ball home after the Coldstream defender played the ball into his path. It was still unclear after the match had concluded as to why the ...