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  • 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 ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 5 Tweedmouth Rangers 2

    Shipyard record another “home” win. Despite the unfamiliar surroundings of Bayview Stadium, the Shipyard players certainly felt at home as the saw off rock bottom Tweedmouth Rangers, although for periods of the second half they made heavy weather of it as the visitors twice got back into the game to make things a lot less comfortable ...

  • Fixture moved as weather hits hard.

    The Shipyard have moved their home fixture against Tweedmouth Rangers on Saturday to Bayview Stadium, Methil, the home of East Fife FC as the recent snow and rain has saturated Recreation Park. Kick off is at the scheduled time of 2.30pm and entry to the match will be free. The Club would likeĀ  to thank ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 2 Kelty Hearts 7

    Shippy lose to Kelty in King Cup. The Shipyard more than matched their Fife neighbours for almost an hour but once Kelty edged two goals ahead they never looked back and ran out comfortable winners. The first half was a typical end to end cup tie with the Shipyard twice ahead only to be pegged back ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1 Preston Athletic 2

    Shipyard caught on the hop. The Shipyard suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat to Preston Athletic on Saturday morning as Groundhop UK visited Recreation Park for the first of four scheduled fixtures the hoppers were taking in. The bitterly cold and blustery East wind made playing conditions extremely difficult for the players but at the end of ...

  • Coldstream 0 Burntisland Shipyard 2

    Shippy stretch their winning run against resilient Coldstream. To say the Shippy made heavy weather of beating nine-man Coldstream would be an understatement, however, at the end of the day the three points travelled north as second half goals from John Martin and Reece Brown settled the match. The aforementioned Brown and Johnny Galloway’s brother Jordan ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 10 Eyemouth United 3

    Super Shippy smash ten in record win. The Shipyard went goal crazy on Saturday as records tumbled on an amazing afternoon at Recreation Park. Since joining the East of Scotland League this was the biggest winning margin, the most goals scored in a game and the most goals scored by an individual player in a game ...

  • Stirling University 1 Burntisland Shipyard 4

    Impressive Shippy give students a lesson. The Shipyard recorded their first away win of the season in fine style as they completed a league double over Stirling University winning 4-1 at the Gannochy Sports Centre on Saturday. In a day of firsts, loan signing John Martin helped himself to a double on his debut, scoring the ...