More woe for sorry Shippy.
Once again, the Shipyard suffered a heavy defeat as the usual suspects raised their ugly heads. Bad decision making, bad luck and poor defending were the culprits as Stirling University scored seven without reply. The Shippy did create a few openings, particularly in the second half, and none more so when they were awarded a penalty, however, Sean Cusick’s shot from twelve yards was saved by Uni keeper James Donaldson who was so far off his line it was embarrassing. Continue Reading
Shippy nipped as Crabbe grabs hat-trick.
The Shipyard suffered another defeat on Wednesday night, this time to Tynecastle, but at least the hosts had to work for their 4-0 victory as the Shippy produced a much more determined performance than they had at Stirling on Saturday. Indeed it took two contentious offside decisions to present Tynecastle with their first half goals and when you throw in a penalty for the third it would be fair to say it was that kind of night. Continue Reading
Students teach Shippy a lesson.
The Shipyard’s nightmare season continued in Stirling as the local students ran out all too easy 6-0 winners at the Gannochy sports Centre. After conceding a shocker of a goal in the 5th minute it was one way traffic as the students racked up four goals in the opening 45 minutes. The Shippy did improve in the second period but lost a goal at the start and finish of the half as the hosts rounded off the scoring. Cammy Lambie returned in goals as he replaced Marcus Taylor with a trialist starting up front in place of Denis Ginc. Continue Reading