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2021/2022 Season

Kinnoull 6-2 Burntisland Shipyard

Shipyard crash out of King Cup.

The Shipyard crashed out of the King Cup in disappointing fashion losing 6-2 to Kinnoull at Tulloch Park on Saturday. A woeful first half an hour put paid to the Shippy’s chances as they were four goals behind by that stage. A goal just before half-time from Shaun Keatings gave a glimmer of hope, however, an early goal in the second half for the hosts quickly extinguished a Shipyard comeback. With Craig Watt suspended and Sam Glancy unavailable there were starting places for Sandy Strang and Ryan O’Donnell following last week’s win at Lochgelly.

The Shipyard fell behind in the eighth minute following a fine strike from the Kinnoull forward after he had latched on to a through ball. The Shipyard lost three goals in a crazy six minute spell midway through the half with the first in the 24th minute looking suspiciously offside. It was three nil before the Shippy had time to regroup and by the 30th minute it was 4-0 with the Shippy in disarray. The Shippy settled and got a goal back in the 41st minute when Keatings’ cross come shot found the back of the net.

Kinnoull scored a fifth at the start of the second half when their player was on hand to knock the ball home after it had rebounded back off the bar. Iain Miller gave the Shippy a bit of hope as he headed home a Keatings corner in the 53rd minute. Kinnoull quickly restored their four goal advantage with a breakaway goal on the hour mark that settled the tie once and for all. The Shippy were dealt a blow as O’Donnell had to leave the field with a suspected dislocated shoulder and he was replaced by Matty Miller. The Shipyard had created several chances throughout the match and had they taken some of them, particularly at crucial times, things might have been different. That being said, it’s difficult to win when you are conceding six at the other end.

We return to league duty next week (27/11/2021) with a home match against Stirling University. Kick off is at the usual time of 2.30pm.

Kinnoull: J. Welch; K. Wooley; F. Wilson; A. Frydrychowicz; L. Wooley; C. Robertson; P. Brown; A. Holt; M. Smith; J. MacKenzie; B. Ragan. Subs: P. Anderson; R. Kinnaird; L. Osinski; D. McPhee; O. Patterson.

Burntisland Shipyard: S, Costello; R. O’Donnell (M. Miller); J. Galloway; M. James; I. Millar; S. Orrock; S. Keatings; D. Anthony; B. Anthony; S. Strang; J. Wilson. Unused Subs: F. Anderson & M. Gibb.

Referee: K. Gibson.

Lochgelly Albert 0-1 Burntisland Shipyard

Keatings goal seals Shippy win.

The Shipyard recorded a 1-0 away win against Lochgelly Albert though in truth the win was more comfortable than the scoreline suggests. Shaun Keatings’ goal on the hour mark was all that separated the sides, however, had the Shippy taken their chances in a dominant first half display they would surely have won much more convincingly. Scott Orrock and Keatings returned from suspension and replaced the unavailable Ryan O’Donnell and Dan Thomson who has returned to his parent club Inverkeithing.

The first opportunity that fell the Shippy’s way came in the 5th minute when Anthony Couper failed to control the ball and Jordan Galloway homed in on goal but Albert keeper Sam McGuff blocked with his legs. Darrell Anthony then dragged a shot wide from a good position after the ball fell kindly to him. Benji was next to be denied by McGuff as he saved somewhat unorthodoxly with his knees and from the resultant corner Jack Wilson headed wide. Galloway then fed the ball through to Benji; however, the top scorer could not find the net on this occasion. The Shippy maintained the pressure and came the closest yet to opening the scoring when Darrell hit the underside of the bar following a corner. Lochgelly came more into the match in the final fifteen minutes of the half though Scott Costello was barely troubled as Craig Watt, in particular, nullified the hosts attacks ably assisted by Darrell and Sam Glancy in the middle of the park.

Keatsy nets the Shippy goal.

The Shippy continued on the front foot at the start of the second half and McGuff did well to block Wilson at his near post. Watt then headed over as he met an inswinging corner from the left hand side. The Shipyard finally broke the deadlock in the 60th minute through Keatings who calmly finished from inside the area after Watt cleverly let the ball run to him. Glancy shot narrowly over following more good play from Galloway and the keeper then held an Iain Millar header as the Shipyard looked to take a firm grip on the game. Connor Murdoch never troubled Costello when he was afforded a bit of space in a rare chance for the Albert and substitute Lee Kirby also failed to threaten the visitors goal with a headed effort. Big Milzy drove just wide from distance before Lochgelly had their closest effort of the match. A shot from distance had Costello struggling though the big keeper did well to push the ball onto the post and he was able to gather the loose ball as it bounced out from goal. The Shippy were able to see out the closing stages without any serious threat and at full-time they were worthy winners and deserved the three points. Manager Dave Costello was happy after the match when he said “That was a good away win and a fine performance on a difficult surface. I thought Rooney and Jordan were outstanding today with others not too far behind them. It’s always pleasing to keep a clean sheet and the defence deserve credit for that too.”

Next week (20/11/2021) we travel to Perth to face Kinnoull in the second round of the King Cup. Kick off for this match is 1.30pm.

Lochgelly Albert: S. McGuff; A. Penman; L. Kerwin; A. Couper; G. Allan; P. Armour; J. Meldrum (L. MacDuff); C. Murdoch; S. Stark (L. Kirby); M. Woods (C. Dignan); C. Bennell. Unused Subs: G. Brown; T. Fleming; S. Houston; L. Woods.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello; S. Orrock; J. Galloway; M. James; I. Millar; C. Watt; S. Keatings; D. Anthony (S. Strang); B. Anthony; S. Glancy (J. Thomson); J. Wilson. Unused Subs: M. Miller; M. Douglas; M. Gibb.

Referee: B. Cooper.

Burntisland Shipyard 5-3 Newburgh

Benji nets hat-trick as Shippy hit five.

The Shipyard gained a long overdue win after beating Newburgh 5-3 at Recreation Park on Saturday, thanks in part to a first half Ben Anthony hat-trick. Although, delighted to get the win manager Dave Costello bemoaned the concession of three goals and only scoring five when he said “I thought the boys played very well in what were difficult conditions as they knocked the ball around confidently. If they had taken a few more of the many chances they created I would have been very happy.” He went on to add “Losing the goal just before half-time was disappointing, however, credit to the boy for a fine finish. We switched off at 5-1 and conceded preventable goals which made the scoreline, in my mind, tighter than it should have been.”

Darrell Anthony heads home No3.

The heavy rain that had fallen in Burntisland prior to kick-off had thankfully stopped, leaving the players with only the strong westerly wind to deal with. The Shippy kicked off with the elements behind them and Newburgh were finding it difficult to get out of their own half. The first goal of the match arrived in the 9th minute when Benji latched onto a short pass back, beat the keeper and rolled the ball into the empty net. Benji was constantly in the thick of the action and he saw his shot deflected wide for a corner. He did not have to wait long for another chance and this time he made no mistake as he netted to make it 2-0. The Shippy top scorer dummied a great pass from Craig Watt to give himself space to run into and he smashed the ball home at the near post giving Newburgh keeper Calum Sutherland no chance with 23 minutes on the clock. Ben’s brother Darrell was not going to be upstaged by his sibling and he got on the score sheet six minutes later, albeit, somewhat fortuitously, as he headed home young Dan Thomson’s wayward strike. Benji saw a shot hit the bar and then Sutherland blocked his effort with his legs. The loose ball spun up in the air and the wind would have taken the ball over the line but for a last ditch clearance. Benji completed his hat-trick and made it 4-0 in the 40th minute when he fired the ball over the head of Sutherland from some 25 yards. The visitors pulled a goal back on the stroke of half-time when Gino Yunnissi acrobatically converted following a corner that wasn’t cleared at the first attempt.

Jack Wilson finds the target.

The Shipyard quickly added a fifth goal at the start of the second half through Jack Wilson. The burly striker showed great strength to hold off the defender to turn and he calmly slotted the ball home from around eight yards out. Newburgh pulled a goal back in the 63rd minute through a great strike though it needed a bit of good fortune to cross the line. Kyle Buik was afforded time to line up his shot from distance and was unlucky to see it hit the post. However, his team’s luck changed when the ball hit Shippy keeper Scott Costello in the face and bounced over the line. Benji saw a deflected strike hit the post before Newburgh pulled another goal back as substitute Kieran Dobie shot home from inside the area. As hard as he tried Benji could not get his fourth goal as he hit the woodwork once again, this time with an angled drive. In the 90th minute Sam Glancy, who had been the driving force for the Shippy in the second half, saw his powerful strike drift narrowly wide.

Next Saturday we make the short trip to face Lochgelly Albert at Gardiners Park. Kick off is at the earlier time of 2pm.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello; R. O’Donnell; J. Galloway; M. James; I. Millar; C. Watt (S. Strang); D. Thomson; D. Anthony; B. Anthony; S. Glancy; J. Wilson. Unused Subs: M. Miller; G. Clarke; F. Anderson; M. Douglas; M. Gibb.

Newburgh: C. Sutherland; A. Johal; R. Simpson; A. Cameron; A. Edwards; A. Grainger; E. McCafferty; G. Yunnissi; K. Buik; J. Hutchison; R. Kinnear. Subs: K. Dobie; J. Smart; Y. El Seedawy.

Referee: K. Lindsay.

Burntisland Shipyard 0-5 Edinburgh South

Stretched Shipyard suffer heavy defeat.

The Shipyard’s season plunged to a new low on Saturday as they suffered a 5-0 home defeat to Edinburgh South at Recreation Park. There were the usual mitigating circumstances of player unavailability through Injury, suspension and being otherwise engaged. A situation that hopefully eases sooner rather than later as we look get the campaign back on the rails. There was one change to the team that performed so well against University of Stirling last week with Gregg Clarke replacing the suspended Darrell Anthony.

Gregg Clarke narrowly misses the target.

It’s clear to see that confidence is low among the players as they looked nervous in the early stages and the Shippy were punished for their first mistake as Scott Costello’s poor clearance fell straight to William Scott. The burly striker fired the ball home from the edge of the box with six minutes on the clock. There was nothing in the way of goalmouth action until South doubled their lead in the 25th minute. Shipyard conceded a free-kick some 25 yards from goal and although Jordan Cropley’s effort was nothing special it was still good enough to find the net. The Shippy almost got a goal back in the 32nd minute when Shaun Keatings tried his luck from distance and was unfortunate to see his shot crash back off the bar. The loose ball fell kindly for Clarke; however, the youngster could not direct his attempt on target.

Ben Anthony is thwarted by the keeper.

The Shipyard needed a good start to the second half if they were to get back into the match but that proved not to be the case as they were reduced to ten men within three minutes of the resumption. A long kick out from Antal Tompos beat the Shipyard defence and Scott Orrock denied a goalscoring opportunity as he pulled down Sean Jamieson at the edge of the box giving the referee no option but to send him off. The Shipyard were being pinned back now and South also had the benefit of the strengthening wind behind them as they searched for more goals. Their third goal arrived in the 56th minute when a cross from the right hand side was turned into the net by Scott. Two minutes later it was four as David Stewart knocked the ball home following a corner that was laid into his path. The Shippy kept plugging away and Ben Anthony was unlucky to see his shot drift wide. Sam Glancy went even closer as his fine strike came back off the post and bounced clear. South rounded off the scoring in the 85th minute when Jamieson got to a loose ball first a found the back of the net.

After the match manager Dave Costello bemoaned the lack of players available to him when he said “I am missing too many players at the moment to field a settled side, though I hope to see two or three back next week. The performance today was nowhere near as good as last week or what I expect from the boys.”

Next week we travel to face Newburgh Juniors in the first leg of back to back games against them. The match at East Shore Park kicks off at 2.30pm.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello; S. Strang (F. Anderson); M. Miller; S. Orrock; J. Wilson; C. Watt; S. Keatings; D. Thomson (J. Anthony); B. Anthony; S. Glancy; G. Clarke (H. Eddouss). Unused Sub: M. Gibb.

Edinburgh South: A. Tompos; D. Stewart (J. Riley); D. Ndiweni; R. Kerr, J. Young. S. Martin; A. Hunter; W. Scott; S. Jamieson; J. Kerr (T. Aitchison); J. Cropley. Unused Sub: S. Collins.

Referee: R. Stewart.

Burntisland Shipyard 1-3 University of Stirling (aet. 90mins 1-1)

Late late goal denies Shipyard.

The Shipyard passed up a great chance to take a Lowland League scalp in the South Challenge Cup as they conceded an equaliser with the last kick of the game, well actually it was a header but you get the idea. There were ninety four minutes on the clock when Matthew Burrows headed home from a corner to take the match into extra-time. It could have been oh so different had Ben Anthony converted an eightieth minute penalty awarded after Shaun Keating had been brought down in the box.

It was a makeshift defence that lined up for the Shippy with regulars Iain Millar, Mark James and Ryan O’Donnell all missing on the day. Add in the long term injured Lee Henderson, Josh Urquhart and Raymond Crichton and you can appreciate the difficulty Dave Costello had in putting together a back four. That being said, those that filled the positions did so with aplomb and can be very satisfied with their performances.

The visitors created the first chance of the match in the fourth minute forcing Shippy keeper Scott Costello to save with his feet. The Shipyard replied with a long range effort from Sam Glancy before B. Anthony broke down the left and burst into the box, however, his shot from a tight angle was blocked by keeper Yan Gromov Godik. Dan Thomson shot over before the Shippy took the lead in the nineteenth minute. From a set piece Jack Wilson did well in the box and laid the ball into the path of B. Anthony who fired low into the corner for his 13th goal of the season. Sandy Strang was in the right place to make a good clearance as the Uni looked for a quick response to falling behind. Calum Rae was unlucky to see his strike hit the bar after connecting with a right wing cross from Jamie Penker. Costello then saved low down from a Conor Doan header as the visitors enjoyed a good spell of pressure.

A great move down the left flank involving Craig Watt, B. Anthony and Keatings resulted in the latter curling a shot narrowly wide. Stirling missed a great chance in the 55th minute as firstly Costello saved well and then Scott McArthur fired the loose ball against the bar from a good position. He really should have scored. Rae saw his acrobatic attempt fly over the bar in what was his last action of the match as he was immediately replaced by Louis Kennedy. Costello comfortably saved a Robbie McGale Free-kick as the Shippy defence remained resolute while at the other end Keatings drove forward and was unfortunate to see his fierce drive come back off the post with Godik beaten. B. Anthony then shot straight at the keeper though his shot lacked the power to trouble him. The Shipyard were handed a golden opportunity to wrap up the match when they were awarded a penalty with ten minutes remaining. The referee adjudged that Keatings had been fouled close to the by-line and pointed to the spot. Once the dust had settled B. Anthony’s weak strike was easily saved by Godik and the danger was cleared. A scramble in the Shippy area ended with Euan McGill prodding the ball towards goal but the ball drifted wide of the post. With the game deep into added time the Uni grabbed an equaliser when Burrows rose unchallenged to power his header into the top corner sparking wild scenes among the visiting players, more of relief than anything else probably as they knew they had gotten off the hook.

Buoyed by their late equaliser Stirling started extra-time strongly and took the lead in the 93rd minute when James Berry fired a powerful shot into the corner of the net giving Costello no chance. A tired Shipyard were not offering much going forward and it was no surprise when the visitors added a third in the 109th minute when McGill headed home a Jason Jarvis cross. D. Anthony was red carded for a second yellow as the game entered the closing stages with Stirling in control against the ten men hosts.

Manager Costello was full of praise for his players after the game when he said “We played well today, better than we have been of late and defensively very good, particularly given how we had to line up with Sandy, Scoots, Jack and Matty all outstanding with big Scott pulling off some great saves. I know Stirling spoke about missing good chances, however, you won’t get a better chance than a penalty and had we taken that chance there would have been no way back for them.” He went on to add “Their fitness told in the end but to keep them out for ninety four minutes was a credit to how my players performed and we can take a lot of positives and encouragement from that.”

We are back to league business next Saturday (23/10/2021) as we host Edinburgh South at Recreation Park. Kick off is 2.30pm and once again your support will be most welcome.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello; S. Strang; M. Miller; S. Orrock; J. Wilson; C. Watt (G. Clarke); S. Keatings; D. Anthony; B. Anthony; S. Glancy; D. Thomson (H. Eddouss). Unused Sub: M. Gibb.

University of Stirling: Y. Godik; M. Burrows; A. Hutchinson (R. McGale) (J. Stokes); E. McGill; J. Berry; C. Doan; S. McArthur (J. Jarvis); C. Downie; J. Penker; C. Rae (L. Kennedy); J. Thompson. Unused Subs: M. Lavery; J. Taylor.

Referee: C. Newman.

Burntisland Shipyard 2-3 Lochore Welfare

Shippy lose out in five goal thriller.

A bumper crowd of 211 enjoyed their first taste of Friday night football at Recreation Park but sadly for the hosts, they could not produce the result the bulk of the crowd were looking for. Despite the Shippy taking an early lead it was Lochore who came out on top as they established a 3-1 lead, which was pegged back to 3-2 as the game entered the final fifteen minutes, however, the Shipyard could not force an equaliser while probably enjoying their best spell of the match. The injury hit Shipyard squad was bolstered with four loan signing coming in from Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts as Iain Millar, Shaun Keatings, Lee Henderson, Nathan Feeley, Josh Urquhart and Raymond Crichton remained side-lined.

There were five ex-Shipyard players in the Welfare squad and it was one of them who gifted Shipyard the lead in the eighth minute. A cross into the box was headed into his own net by Ethan Anderson giving keeper Dale Wotherspoon no chance, with the ball going in off the post. It did not take the visitors long to restore parity as Joe Kirby finished off a good move with a composed finish. Shipyard keeper Scott Costello produced a great save from a close range header and at the other end Ben Anthony shot wide from a good position. Ben then passed up a great opportunity in the 33rd minute when he knocked the ball over from close range.

Lochore made a dream start to the second half with a goal from Sean Cusick in the 47th minute. Shipyard manager Dave Costello made a couple of changes as he looked to get back into it, however, Lochore scored again as Kirby rifled the ball home from the edge of the box with 66 minutes on the clock. Shipyard reduced the deficit in the 75th minute when Jack Wilson powered a header home from a fine Jordan Galloway cross. Shipyard pushed looking for an equaliser but they could not breach a stubborn Lochore defence.

Costello said after the match “I am obviously disappointed with the result but on the positive side I thought the loanees did well in what was a difficult game for them to come in to.”

Next Saturday (16/10/2021) Shipyard face Lowland League side University of Stirling in the second round of the Challenge Cup. Kick off at Recreation Park is 2.30pm. Another big home support would be most welcome.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello, M. Miller, S. Glancy, R. O’Donnell, M. James, C. Watt, S. Orrock (H. Eddouss), D. Anthony (J. Galloway), B. Anthony, J. Wilson, D. Thomson.

Lochore Welfare: D. Wotherspoon, M. Christie, S. Small, L. Thomson, E. Anderson, P. Thomson, C. Murray, E. Sutherland, S. Cusick, J. Kirby, R. Crawford. Subs: A. Doig, K. Hicks, L. Celentano.

Referee: C. Newman.

Glenrothes 2-1 Burntisland Shipyard

Late penalty sinks Shipyard.

We should have been talking about fine goals from Jack Wilson and Reece Brown instead of a red card to Shippy keeper Scott Costello. The big goalie unceremoniously brought down Brown outside his area and the resultant red card was quickly shown. However, the referee somehow missed a blatant offside in the build-up and allowed play to continue, resulting in the dismissal. A late penalty awarded to the Glens, converted by Graeme Walker, and a second yellow card shown to Darrell Anthony for his part in the incident summed up how the day went for the Shipyard. From the back of the stand there seemed to be little in the coming together but the referee thought otherwise and penalised Anthony for a tug of the shirt. Even before kick-off Shippy had a problem as they had to reshuffle their pack as Connor McManus felt his hamstring tight and Scott Orrock took his place in the starting eleven. There was a very healthy crowd inside Warout Stadium including a large contingent from Burntisland to watch this eagerly anticipated Fife derby.

Jack Wilson heads home the opening goal.

The Glens started on the front foot forcing an early corner which was subsequently headed over and then Walker headed wide. When play switched to the other end Shippy took the lead with a great goal. Matty Miller powered down the right wing and when he crossed into the box Wilson bulleted home his header giving Adam Shaw in the Glens goal no chance. Just after the half hour mark Costello made two similar saves low to his left from Callum Kinnes and Brown respectively. Glenrothes drew level on the stroke of half-time when they were awarded yet another a free kick, this time just outside the box. Brown stepped up and curled a great strike into the corner with Costello left helpless.

Michael Gibb makes a save.

The big talking point of the game came within a minute of the restart with the afore mentioned offside/red card incident. With Costello off Wilson had to be sacrificed to allow Michael Gibb to take over in goals, his first appearance of the season following his recovery from the broken ankle he sustained pre-season. Although Glenrothes had plenty of the ball in and around the Shippy area, Gibb was relatively untroubled other than saving a Brown strike and watching a Stephen King shot go wide. Shippy looked like they would see this out, however, the did not bargain for the referee giving the Glens a penalty for an innocuous challenge in the box. D. Anthony was sent off and when the dust had settled Walker calmly slotted the ball home to give his team the win. After the match manager Dave Costello said “They struggled to break us down when we only had ten men, so the game plan worked in that respect. I thought Rod and big Milzy were outstanding at the back, giving them very little opportunity. I can’t believe that Reece was not given offside in the build up to Scott’s red card but we just have to take it on the chin and move on.”

We do not have a match this Saturday with our next match scheduled to be away to Kinnoull on Saturday 2nd October. Our home match against Lochore Welfare has been moved to Friday 8th October with kick off at Recreation Park being at 7.30pm.

Glenrothes: A. Shaw; C. Kinnes; C. Lumsden; L. Grierson; M. Gibb; R. McInnes; R. Brown (L. Schiavone); K. Bell; G. Walker; S. King (D. Honeyman); F. Kay. Unused Subs: C. Richardson; E. McQuade; S. Russell.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello; M. Millar; S. Orrock; R. O’Donnell; I. Millar (C. McManus); C. Watt (S. Strang); S. Keatings (J. Galloway); D. Anthony; B. Anthony; S. Glancy; J. Wilson (M. Gibb). Unused Sub: R. Gallacher.

Referee: S. Downie.

Burntisland Shipyard 1-4 Peebles Rovers

Woeful Shippy suffer heavy defeat.

A hangover from the Scottish Cup defeat? Missing key players? A one off performance? These are questions that need to be answered, quickly, if the Shipyard are to get back amongst the leaders at the top of the table. Credit to Peebles as they played well and capitalised on the chances that came their way, however, some of the defending in the build up to their goals was questionable to say the least. Iain Millar was suspended with Cameron Shaw and Craig Watt was unavailable along with the growing list of long term injuries.

Shipyard started well with Jordan Galloway shooting just over with a minute on the clock and then Sandy Strang headed a corner down into a dangerous area but no one could get on the ball after keeper Cameron Hanratty pushed the ball out. Peebles took the lead when possession was conceded around the halfway line at the expense of a corner. The Shipyard were sleeping when the flag kick was played back to Ross Lamb and from the corner of the box, he smashed the ball home. Ben Anthony had a good chance in the 26th minute when he burst clear with Hanratty doing well to save with his legs. Scott Costello tipped over a drive on the half hour mark and B. Anthony shot wide a couple of minutes later. Shippy survived a huge scare when Costello had to come to the edge of his area to block and Mark James was in the right place to block the follow-up shot. Scott Orrock missed a chance following his surging run forward, when a poorly hit clearance fell to him, but he could not direct his strike on target. B. Anthony also shot over as the half drew to a conclusion.

Peebles doubled their lead seven minutes into the second period when the home defence allowed the ball to be worked across the park and Mark Shiels knocked the ball home. Shaun Keatings shot wide before Shippy missed their best opportunity of the match so far. A delightful ball was played into B. Anthony with not a soul near him in the box, however, he sclaffed his shot weakly into the keeper’s hands. Peebles put the game beyond the Shipyard with 15 minutes remaining when Shiels scored his second following more calamitous defending. B. Anthony was off target again before Shippy pulled a goal back when Strang headed home powerfully from a corner. Hanratty then pulled off a stunning save to deny Darrell Anthony after his strike was deflected. Jack Wilson headed an Orrock cross wide as Shippy tried in vain to get another one back as the clock ticked down. Shipyard conceded a fourth in a dreadful fashion as Costello tried to beat his man following a pass back, only to be dispossessed by David Lindsay who gleefully knocked the ball into the empty net.

We travel to the Warout Stadium next week (18/09/2021) to face Glenrothes in a Conference B league match.

Burntisland Shipyard: S. Costello; M. Miller; S. Glancy; M. James; S. Strang; J. Galloway (C. McManus); S. Keatings (JP McPhail); D. Anthony; B. Anthony; S. Orrock; J. Wilson. Unused Subs: R. Gallacher & M. Gibb.

Peebles Rovers: C. Hanratty; G. Tickle; C. Mitchell; L. Andrew; M. Kinross; D. Lindsay; R. Lamb; M. Shiels; L. MacLean; B. Blair; R. Walker. Subs: D. Skinner; C. Smith; J. Dodds; L. Cormack.

Referee: W. McAleese.