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  • Bo’ness United 4-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shippy beaten but far from disgraced. The Shipyard left Newtown Park extremely frustrated following their 4-1 defeat to Bo’ness United in the Soccershop Challenge Cup. Not at their performance, not the margin of the defeat or not because Bo’ness were flattered by the scoreline. It was the self inflicted manner of the defeat that hurt. A ...

  • Shippy sign East Fife duo on loan.

    Shippy add to squad with signing of East Fife youngsters. The club is delighted to announce the arrival of Jordan Mackenzie and Nathan Laird on loan from East Fife FC. They will be with the Shipyard until 31st January 2021. Jordan a forward and Nathan a defender go straight into the squad that makes the trip ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 3-1 Lochore Welfare

    Improved performance as Shippy record comfortable win. The Shipyard produced their best performance of the season so far as they comfortably saw off Lochore Welfare, winning 3-1 at Recreation Park on Saturday. The only negatives were that more goals might have been scored and the concession of a late goal denying a much sought after clean ...

  • Lochgelly Albert 3-3 Burntisland Shipyard

    Missed opportunity in foggy Lochgelly. Once again, the Shipyard dropped points in a game that was there to be won. Make no mistake this was two points thrown away as defensive lapses and missed chances proved very costly. Any hopes of climbing the league table will quickly disappear if goals keep being gifted in this fashion. ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 2-1 Peebles Rovers

    Shippy win following controversial penalty. The Shipyard got their first win of the season on Saturday as they beat Peebles Rovers 2-1 at Recreation Park. A twice taken Ben Anthony penalty in the 89th minute was all that separated the sides when the final whistle sounded, and as controversial as the penalty incident was, it would ...

  • Oakley United 3-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Better performance but another defeat. The Shipyard’s wretched start to the season continued on Saturday as they went down 3-2 to Oakley United at Blairwood Park. There were some positive signs in the performance, particularly in the second half as the Shippy dominated for the most part and almost got the equaliser their play deserved. However, ...

  • Shippy complete double loan signing.

    Kelty youngsters join Shipyard on loan. The Club is delighted to announce the signing of Jay Bridgeford and Tyler McKenzie on temporary loan deals from Kelty Hearts. The youngsters are coming to Recreation Park until the end of the year to gain some first team experience, having recently signed their first professional contracts with the ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 2-4 Newburgh Juniors

    Shippy capitulate after fine start. This was a complete Jekyll and Hyde performance from the Shipyard as they dominated early on, took a deserved lead, only to crumble on the half hour mark when both teams were reduced to ten men after an altercation in the middle of the park. Newburgh were unfazed by the loss ...