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SHIPYARD BEGIN DEFENCE OF FIFE CUP.

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  • Burntisland Shipyard 4-1 Dalkeith Thistle

    Shippy turn on the style to jag Thistle. The Shipyard finally showed what they are capable of as they turned in arguably their best performance of the season as Dalkeith Thistle were beaten 4-1 at Recreation Park on Saturday. Once again Stuart had a large squad to choose from and he made two changes from last ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0-1 Heriot watt University

    Shot shy Shippy suffer narrow defeat. The Shipyard bowed out of the King Cup at Recreation Park on Saturday as Heriot Watt University scored the only goal of the match to progress to the next round. It was the visitors who created the more and better of the chances, particularly in the first half, and they will no doubt feel ...

  • Bonnyrigg Rose 4-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Defensive lapses prove costly No one would deny that Bonnyrigg deserved their victory and had they taken more of their chances it would have been by a wider margin, however, what was disappointing from the Shipyard’s perspective was the manner in which the four goals were conceded, which is unfortunately becoming a recurring problem. The fact ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 3-2 Dunipace

    Shippy sink Dunipace with late winner. Jonny Galloway converted a 93rd minute penalty to hand the Shipyard a most welcome and long overdue three points as Dunipace were beaten 3-2 at Recreation Park on Saturday. Having been two up midway through the first half the Shippy were pegged back to two each at the start of ...

  • Bo’ness United 6-1 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shippy blown away by strong Bo’ness performance. It would be fair to say that in the first round of matches against the big guns of the league that the Shipyard gave a good account of themselves in the majority of these fixtures. However, second time around the Shippy are struggling to lay a glove on these teams and that was ...

  • Tynecastle 4-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Own goal proves the turning point in tight match. The Shipyard’s first visit to Tynecastle’s impressive new home at Meggatland ended in disappointment as the hosts took the points thanks to a 4-2 win. Although Meggatland is the home of Borourghmuir Rugby Club, the pitch was in excellent condition for this Conference B league match and ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 1-5 Crossgates Primrose

    Shippy still leaking goals as Crossgates triumph. A late second half collapse saw the Shipyard slump to another home defeat as Crossgates Primrose ran out 5-1 winners at Recreation Park on Saturday. The Shippy led early on through a strike from ex Primrose player Andy Watt but the visitors levelled six minutes before half-time and once ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 0-7 Dundonald Bluebell

    The Shipyard kicked off 2019 with a heavy defeat at the hands of Dundonald Bluebell at Recreation Park on Saturday. The sickness bug that had affected the squad had cleared but there were still five players missing from the squad due to injury and suspension. The Shipyard fell behind in the 11th minute thanks to a fine finish from ...