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SHIPYARD WIN FIFE CUP FOR FIRST TIME

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  • Kennoway Star Hearts 2-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shippy players feel the heat. The pre-season build up for the Shipyard players continued in gruelling conditions as they had to contend with a hard-bumpy pitch and high temperatures as the sun shone down on King George V Park in Leven. The Shippy went down 2-1 to Kennoway Star Hearts and it was the nature of the ...

  • Change of venue

    Today’s match against Kennoway Star Hearts will now be played at King George V Park, Leven. Kick off 2.30pm.

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1-1 Berwick Rangers Reserves

    All square in first friendly. The Shipyard got their pre-season programme underway on Thursday night with a 1-1 draw against Berwick Rangers Reserves at Recreation Park. Charlie Simpson and Reece Bernard made their debuts as they pulled on a Shipyard strip for the first time. Shippy keeper Ryan Adamson saved an early penalty given for handball, on ...

  • New season starts with a trip to Dunipace.

    East of Scotland Qualifying League: Group H                    The Shipyard will kick off their season with a trip to face newcomers Dunipace on Saturday 28th July 2018 in a League Cup group H match. This will be a huge match for the hosts as they make their senior debut in East of ...

  • 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 ...