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2010/2011 Season

Burntisland Shipyard. 4 Strathmiglo United. 3

Shipyard secure vital win

The Shipyard were involved in another goal feast after Tuesday’s 10 goal thriller. There was ONLY 7 goals today but it was the Shipyard who came out on top, scoring one more than a Strathmiglo side one place below them in the league. Three suspension’s and an injured player did not help the Shipyard’s team selection, however, credit must go to the players who came in, as they twice helped the team to come from a goal down to go on and win the match. Continue Reading

Leven United. 5 Burntisland Shipyard. 5

Shipyard frustrated after 10 goal thriller

The Shipyard and Leven produced a 10 goal thriller that both teams could lay claim to being the team that should have won. Obviously defences were not on top, though the Shipyard will be disappointed to lose the equaliser in added time to 10 men. The Shipyard team saw one change to the line up from Saturday with Michael Brown replacing Lee Small. Continue Reading

Burntisland Shipyard. 2 Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts. 1

Shipyard progress in Fence ‘N’ deck Cup

The Shipyard earned a hard fought but deserved victory over an improving Inverkeithing side in the 1st round of the Fence ‘N’ Deck Cup at a rain lashed Recreation Park. The Shipyard team showed two changes from the team that beat kettle on Thursday with Owen McCue returning in place of the unavailable Stephen Hamilton and Steven McAndrew replacing the injured Gordon Grieve. Continue Reading

Kettle United. 0 Burntisland Shipyard. 2

The Shipyard singing in Kettle

The Shipyard eased to a comfortable win at Kettle Park after a goal in each half from Neil Johnston secured the 2 – 0 victory. The Shipyard team showed one change from Tuesday night, with Owen McCue only fit for a place on the bench his place was taken by Stephen Hamilton. Continue Reading

Burntisland Shipyard. 3 Kinross. 1

McCue double as Kinross pay the penalty

The Shipyard played some good football as they comfortably beat a strong and physical Kinross team by 3 goals to 1 at Recreation Park. Scott Chalmers returned in goals for the Shipyard and there were also recalls for Grieve and Cook. The Kinross squad showed no fewer than 10 changes from when the sides last met just over a month ago. Continue Reading

Balgonie Scotia.1 Burntisland Shipyard. 4

Two late goals seal victory

The Shipyard put Tuesday’s poor performance behind them to record a 4 – 1 victory over Scotia at King George V park, although it was not until the final few minutes that the points were secured with two late goals. Cook and Grieve dropped out of the starting eleven and were replaced by T. Williams and Russell. Continue Reading

Bowhill Rovers. 3 Burntisland Shipyard. 0

Shipyard well beaten by title challengers

The shipyard produced a lacklustre performance as Bowhill brushed them aside for a comfortable 3 – 0 win at Wallsgreen Park. It was easy to see which team is challenging for the league title as Bowhill were first to nearly every ball, won their individual battles and scored a couple of great goals. The only change to the Shipyard team from Saturday’s win against Star Hearts was Neil Johnston replacing Craig Russell, who took a place on the bench. Continue Reading

Burntisland Shipyard.6 Star Hearts. 2

 Shipyard show their Bouncebackability

The Shipyard eventually shook off their midweek hangover but, it was not until they were two goals down that they started to play, however, once they got back into the game Star were easily swept aside. The starting eleven showed three changes from Thursday, with the ever present Scott Chalmers unavailable, Jason Houston made his debut for the season. Leishman and Russell returned to the stating eleven in place of T. Williams and Johnston. Continue Reading