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  • Johnny Galloway is the big winner at Shipyard awards presentation.

    Johnny Galloway lifted three of the four prizes up for grabs at the Shipyard Player of the Year awards. John Martin was the man who stopped him making it a clean sweep as he picked up the top goalscorer trophy. The event, magnificently hosted by the Sands Hotel in Burntisland last Friday night was a ...

  • Tweedmouth Rangers 1 Burntisland Shipyard 3

    Shipyard finish season on a high with away win. The Shipyard’s season finished where it started off way back on 29th July last year with a trip over the border to face Tweedmouth Rangers. The target was to collect all three points to secure an eighth-place finish and that was achieved following a 3-1 victory, despite ...

  • Peebles Rovers 3 Burntisland Shipyard 2

    Poor defending angers Shippy manager. Manager Grant Brough didn’t mince his words when he was asked for his thoughts on his, albeit under-strength, team’s performance after the 3-2 defeat at the hands of Peebles Rovers on Saturday. He was bitterly disappointed to lose the match having led 2-1 ten minutes into the second half as he ...

  • Leith Athletic 3 Burntisland Shipyard 3

    Shipyard disappointed with draw despite late comeback. Coming away from Leith disappointed to only draw the match is a sign of how far the Shipyard have progressed under the leadership of Grant Brough and his staff. In previous season’s, going 3-1 behind would have resulted in a heavy defeat, however, this Shippy squad is made from ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 4 Cowdenbeath 0

    Shipyard clinch Fife Cup on historic night. History was created at Recreation Park on Tuesday night as the Shipyard won the Fife Cup for the first time ever. Since joining the Fife FA in 1932 the famous old trophy has never found its way to Burntisland. However, all that changed as the Shippy romped to a ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 4 Peebles Rovers 0

    Twin Power(ie) Shipyard. Galloway twins and Scott Powrie to hot for Peebles. A dominant second half performance, in which the Shipyard scored all their four goals, ensured the three points stayed at a sun-drenched Recreation Park on Saturday and saw the Shippy climb two places up the league table into the bargain. Once again, Grant Brough shuffled ...

  • Lothian Thistle HV 4 Burntisland Shipyard 0

    Shippy lose to title challengers. The Shipyard squad had a more familiar look about it for this rescheduled match against high flying Lothian Thistle HV, played at the home of Easthouses Lily, due to the ongoing pitch issues at Saughton Enclosure. The return of several players did give manager Grant Brough the chance to rest key ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0 Tynecastle 5

    Under strength Shippy not at the races. It may have been Grand National day but the Shipyard certainly weren’t at the races as they produced an abject defensive display, particularly in the first half, as visitors Tynecastle won at a canter. Yes, it can be argued that the Shippy were missing several players but ultimately, too ...