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Shippy face tough ties in cup draws.

The Shipyard were drawn in Qualifying League Cup Section A with:

Lothian Thistle HV, Heriot Watt University & Tweedmouth Rangers.

It appears we will be away to LTHV & Tweedmouth with Heriot Watt visiting Recreation Park.

Dates and sequence of these matches to be confirmed.

In the South Region Challenge Cup the Shipyard received a bye in round one before being paired with either University of Stirling or Edinburgh University in round two.

In the Fife Cup the Shipyard will travel to East End Park to face Dunfermline Athletic in the semi final.

Friendlies Confirmed

At this point the Club can confirm three friendly matches have been arranged:

Saturday 15th July 2017 – Crossgates Primrose v Burntisland Shipyard Kick off 2pm.

Saturday 22nd July 2017 – Burntisland Shipyard v Cupar Hearts AFC Kick off 2pm.

Thursday 27th July 2017 – Burntisland Shipyard v Athletico Rosyth AFC Kick off 7pm.

Further matches may be announced in due course.

Club to feature in Lowland/EOS U/20 Development League

The Club is delighted to announce that it’s application to join the Lowland/EOS U/20 Development League has been successful. As the title suggests the league comprises of teams from both leagues such as Spartans, Cumbernauld and BSC Glasgow from the Lowland and Lothian Thistle HV, Tynecastle and Heriot Watt Uni from the East of Scotland. Three other clubs have also been successful in their applications, those being Selkirk, Mid Annandale and Bonnyton Thistle. The league will comprise of 16 teams in total. Matches take place on Friday evenings at a kick off time and venue that has still to be 100% rubber stamped.

The season will start mid August and preparations are already at an advanced stage with the coaching team in place and training due to start on Tuesday 13th June. Head coach John Shaw commented “I see this as a great opportunity for young players across Fife to progress their careers at youth level rather than sit on a bench for a junior or amateur team and not get much, if any, game time. For players that may be too old for an Under 19 team this gives them a great chance to develop further”. He went on to add “This will be a top quality league we are entering, with a very good standard of football played at good facilities wherever we are playing.

If any interested parties require further information they can contact the Club through this website or through social media platforms.