Burntisland Shipyard 2-2 Pumpherston Juniors.
The Shippy’s first friendly of the season ended in a two each draw as visitors Pumpherston came from two nil down to square the match. All the goals came in the first half as the Shipyard raced into a two goal lead thanks to strikes from Lee Halpin & Steven Wilson. Continue Reading
As our new venture into the Lowland/EOS U/20 Development League comes closer the Club can announce some cup draws in which the team will be participating. Continue Reading
BURNTISLAND SHIPYARD A F C
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
As the Club builds a new squad, that will be competitive in the East of Scotland League next season, we are offering businesses or individuals the opportunity to sponsor a player or players for the season. In return for your sponsorship the Club will advertise your business through its website and social media platforms, together with a link to your own website should you have one. Also, you will be invited to a home match where you and your party will receive hospitality before, during and after the match.
For further details and pricing information contact the Club via the website link or Chris Maxwell via email at email@example.com
Final match win for resilient Shippy.
The Shipyard concluded their season on a high with a narrow but deserved win over Eyemouth United on Saturday at Recreation Park. A goal from Donald Hyslop in the 74th minute turned out to be the winner but unfortunately Ormiston’s win at Tweedmouth meant that the three points were not enough to lift the Shippy off the bottom of the table. Given the position the team was in a the bottom of the league, it was no surprise that once again it was a depleted squad that was available to the management team. A huge amount of credit has to go to those guys who have stuck with it and worked their socks off all year for this great Club. Continue Reading
Shippy still without an away win.
Having headed to the borders with a threadbare squad it was no surprise that the Shipyard left Home Park empty handed, however, this young Shippy team made a decent fist of things, particularly in the second half and had they managed to get a second goal it might have set up a grandstand finish. Due to a variety of call offs the Shipyard only had eleven players available but those who turned up gave their all and they can all be pleased with their performances. Continue Reading
Shippy stung by rampant Thistle.
Once again, the Shipyard suffered a heavy defeat as Lothian Thistle HV won by seven goals to nil at Recreation Park on Saturday. The only consolation, if you could call it one, would be that Lothian can beat most teams in the East of Scotland League by this type of margin. Understandably, when you are at the bottom of the league not many decisions seem to go your way and when the opposition are awarded three penalty kicks, one of them with barely a minute on the clock, you are up against it to say the least. To further rub salt into the wounds it was an extremely harsh decision to give that early spot kick as the ball clearly bounced up and hit the man rather than the player deliberately handling the ball. Continue Reading
Shippy suffer agonising late defeat.
A full match report is unavailable for this game but by all accounts the Shippy were unlucky to lose the match, especially in such a heartbreaking manner, when Tweedmouth scored in the last minute. After a goalless first half the home team took the lead courtesy of an own goal in the 65th minute. The Shipyard were level a few minutes later when Scott Powrie scored from the spot but despite creating the better chances the Shipyard could not capitalise and Tweedmouth got the late goal to take all three points in this basement clash.
Poor show as Shippy hit for six.
The Shipyard returned to their bad old ways at Coldstream on Saturday, bowing out of the King Cup as they conceded six without reply in a very disappointing performance, all the more disheartening, given how well they had defended in the previous week’s victory over Tynecastle. There were four enforced changes to last week’s starting eleven but even so, a more disciplined defensive display would have been expected. Continue Reading