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DELIGHT FOR SHIPYARD AS CLUB LICENCE IS GRANTED

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  • Over the last couple of weeks several cup draws have been made that involve the club and there are some familiar names and some not so familiar among them. The Shippy have a tough match on their hands in the Fife Cup as we travel to take on newly promoted East Fife at New Bayview. In ...

  • A big thanks to Kevin Masson

    Shippy stalwart Kevin Masson has decided to leave the club due to family and personal reasons as he looks to wind down his career. Kev is now looking to play more locally and has opted to step down to amateur level and play in the Kingdom League. The club would like to put on record it’s ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1 Eyemouth United 2

    Shippy end season on low note. It was end of season fare at Recreation Park, certainly as far as the Shipyard were concerned as they turned in an uninspiring performance against a determined Eyemouth side that ultimately deserved their victory. All the goals came in the final 18 minutes and the home team would be disappointed ...

  • Coaching Opportunities

    Club seeks additional Coaches. Burntisland Shipyard FC is looking to recruit addition coaches, including a goalkeeping coach, to assist the current management team next season. Ideally any applicant will have coaching qualifications to level 1.2 on the SFA coaching pathway though the Club will consider suitable applicants who are not qualified at the moment. Any interested parties ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 4 Ormiston 3

    Masson hits twentieth goal as Shippy win thriller. Kev Masson scored his twentieth goal of the season as the Shipyard edged out Ormiston in a seven goal thriller at Recreation Park last night. With both teams keen to attack the match swung from end to end and the result was still in doubt until the final ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1 Leith Athletic 3

    Shippy lose as Leith secure title. Leith duly wrapped up the league title but it was not until the 70th minute that they were able to breech a stubborn Shipyard defence and another goal two minutes later made sure the title was secured with a game to play. Shippy manager Raymond Drury had the rare luxury ...

  • Hawick Royal Albert 3 Burntisland Shipyard 0

    Shipyard pay penalty as chances go a begging. A three nil win might have flattered Hawick but the bottom line is if you don’t take your chances you won’t win the match. Both teams created a whole host of chances but it was the home team who were clinical in front of goal as they bagged ...

  • Peebles Rovers 0 Burntisland Shipyard 2

    Shippy win as Rattled Rovers see red. The Shipyard came away from Peebles with the three points but had to battle all the way as nine man Rovers fought, quite literally on occasion, to take something from the match and it was not until Mark James scored his second goal of the game in the 83rd ...