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SHIPYARD BEGIN DEFENCE OF FIFE CUP.

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  • Burntisland Shipyard 1-5 Lothian Thistle HV

    Five star Docherty as Shippy feel the heat. The first match in the second century of the Shipyard’s existence did not go well as they were well beaten after a five-star performance from Lothian striker Jamie Docherty who scored all five of his side’s goals. The former St Johnstone player made the Shippy defence endure a ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 5-0 Eyemouth United

    Shippy record second comfortable win over Eyemouth. The Shipyard eased to a comfortable 5-0 win over rock bottom Eyemouth United at Recreation Park on Saturday, with the win ensuring that the Shippy would not finish in the bottom two of Conference B, furthermore, the possibility of climbing up another place in table is still viable with ...

  • Sauchie 5-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shipyard suffer from early mistakes. The concession of two early goals had the Shipyard staring defeat in the face before six minutes had elapsed and despite rallying before half-time the damage had been done as hosts Sauchie ran out 5-2 winners at Beechwood Park. Sam Glancy and Rab Kinnaird were unavailable for the trip to Clackmannanshire and they were replaced in ...

  • Haddington Athletic 5-0 Burntisland Shipyard

    Misfiring Shipyard suffer heavy defeat The Shipyard can justifiably point to some poor finishing, poor refereeing decisions, good goalkeeping from Aaron Jones and they can also throw some bad luck into the mix, however, it was unquestionably bad defending that resulted in this heavy defeat. Four of Haddington’s five goals were in the highly avoidable category, though all credit to Shaun ...

  • Eyemouth United 1-6 Burntisland Shipyard

    Injury blow sours Shippy win. The gloss was somewhat taken off the Shipyard’s emphatic win over Eyemouth United at Warner Park on Saturday by the serious injury suffered by Jonny Galloway. With barely two minutes on the clock the young midfielder landed awkwardly and dislocated his elbow and after a trip to the hospital, everyone’s worst ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 4-1 Dalkeith Thistle

    Shippy turn on the style to jag Thistle. The Shipyard finally showed what they are capable of as they turned in arguably their best performance of the season as Dalkeith Thistle were beaten 4-1 at Recreation Park on Saturday. Once again Stuart had a large squad to choose from and he made two changes from last ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0-1 Heriot watt University

    Shot shy Shippy suffer narrow defeat. The Shipyard bowed out of the King Cup at Recreation Park on Saturday as Heriot Watt University scored the only goal of the match to progress to the next round. It was the visitors who created the more and better of the chances, particularly in the first half, and they will no doubt feel ...

  • Bonnyrigg Rose 4-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Defensive lapses prove costly No one would deny that Bonnyrigg deserved their victory and had they taken more of their chances it would have been by a wider margin, however, what was disappointing from the Shipyard’s perspective was the manner in which the four goals were conceded, which is unfortunately becoming a recurring problem. The fact ...