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SATURDAY 12/08/2017
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This week we have match reports from :-

Boness United v Penicuik Athletic
Haddington Athletic v Dunbar United
Bonnyrigg Rose v Camelon Juniors

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We have tables and results from the following leagues and Cup Competitions:-

D J Laing East of Scotland Cup
Fife and Lothians Cup
G A Engineering Cup East Premier League East Superleague North Division South Division
Scottish Junior Cup
Super/Premier League Play Off
William Hill Scottish Cup


Boness United v Penicuik Athletic East Superleague (16/08/2017)

(Report submitted by Boness United)

Bo’ness United 1 v 3 Penicuik Athletic



Bo’ness started the game positive and looked to create chances, the best coming when Scott Sally done well to beat his man and play the ball out wide to Fraser Keast who was then harshly brought down by the visiting defence and a free kick awarded.
Soon after the BU were once again on the attack and a shout came for a penalty when Scott went over in the box was waved away. Then the first goal came a break down the right from the visitors and a decent ball in was finished off from close range. BU 0 – 1 Penicuik.
The home side had most of the possession, however the next goal came for the visitors, Hassan Nyang done well defending down by the corner flag wining the ball however the clearance came off a Penicuik player and back off him for a corner. The ball was swung into the box and headed goal wards into the net. BU 0 – 2 Penicuik.
The visitors had another good chance with a through ball but Andy Murphy was alert and rushed out to quickly smother the ball. Still with most of the possession BU finally got the ball in the box however the shot on goal was scuffed and no where near. Then another chance came and went with a great ball in but the shot this time was straight at the visiting keeper bringing more frustration for the home side. Finally the possession paid off with Chris Donnelly doing well on the far left cutting inside and producing an excellent cross, Sally was there to meet it and flicked the ball with outside of his boot into the net. BU 1 – 2 Penicuik. This threw a lifeline to the BU with only minutes to go till half time however it faded fast as Penicuik sent a long ball forward. It should have been a simple boot the ball away clearance but rather than that a big mistake was made and the ball was laid on a plate for the advancing visiting player, Murphy in the BU goal tried to save the situation rushing out but the ball was lifted over him and bounced into the net. That was to be the last action of the 1st half and it finished
HT BU 1 – 3 Penicuik.

Into the second half and the home side again had a lot of the ball but the visitors still carries danger when they got forward. Hassan Nyang was again on good form when he tackled and cleared to deny a goal scoring opportunity. And the home side had a chance shortly after with a good ball in the box and a shot well saved.
A double sub for the BU saw Devon Jacobs & Scott Sally replaced by Alan Comrie & Jack Wilson. The BU got a free kick to the right of the box but it was swung in and missed everyone to go out for a goal kick. Fraser Keast then done well to get on a ball down the left and done all he could winning a throw in. Will Snowdon was there to take looking for movement to receive the ball but there was none, however he picked out a pass and a snap shot from the edge of the box went wide. The next two chances came for the visitors with Murphy having to be alert and off his line to help clear and shortly after Nyang again was on hand to tackle and clear. The final sub came when Connor Mcgregor was replaced by Michael Gemmell. Snowdon then had a shot from the edge of the box that didn’t trouble the visiting keeper. BU were soon pressing forward again with a Gemmell throw in short to Wilson who lost the ball but it was quickly won back and played forward finishing in a corner. A good ball from that into box had BU players queuing up to get on the end of it as the visitors booted the ball clear.
Shortly after another good ball into the box was again well defended followed by yet another this time booted way up the park by the visiting defence. A free kick from the home side was then swung into the box this time met with a header which unfortunately sailed over the bar causing no danger.
Into the final few minutes and a corner for Bo’ness was again very well deliver and taken by Wilson in the box who turned brilliantly to create a shooting opportunity but the shot sailed over the bar. The visitors got a break up the park and crossed the ball, Nyang was on hand to head clear. Another free kick for the BU this time further out was floated towards the box but headed clear. A free kick was awarded to the visitors on the edge of the box in the centre of goal, a shot was struck but went well over the bar. That was to be the last action of the game.
Full time BU 1 – 3 Penicuik.


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Haddington Athletic v Dunbar United East Premier League (16/08/2017)

(Report submitted by Haddington Athletic)


Four Goal Moffat sees off Dunbar at Millfield


A superb four goal performance by Scot Moffat and another by Bob Berry saw Haddington collect all three points against a Dunbar side who threatened only at set pieces and should have been well beaten by halftime. However, to their credit Dunbar kept going and the result was still in doubt until well into the second half as the visitor's found the net three times.


Haddington Athletic entertained Dunbar United in an East Lothian Derby - the first of the season for the Hi His, although Dunbar have already played their first Derby against Musselburgh last Wednesday night. The home side have started strongly and sit fourth in the table with two wins and only the one defeat, that coming in their last outing at St Andrews. Dunbar have found life in the second tier tough and have only a solitary point picked up on match day 1 at home to fellow strugglers Glenrothes. However Saturday gave them a little encouragement as they lost by only a late goal to Tayport who look a decent side and have started well. These two sides have not clashed in the league since the 2014/15 season when Haddington completed the double over their county rivals on their way to the Championship.  This evening both sides featured goalscorers in form with Haddington's Moffat on 5 in three games and Dunbar's King on 4.


Haddington were the first to threaten on a windy evening and Hill tried his luck from range but his effort was just wide. Debutant Hamilton then put in a good cross which Hill did well to reach but, he headed just over. Haddington were controlling possession and growing confidence as nothing was seen of the visitors going forward and after 12 minutes they took a deserved lead. Good interplay on the right saw the ball reach Berry. His pass found MOFFAT who despite taking his time fired the ball beyond Johnstone in the Dunbar goal. It was the best move of the game so far and no more than the home side deserved.

The goal seemed to kick start Dunbar but despite more possession they carried little threat in front of goal. Both the Haddington full backs were finding space out wide and putting in dangerous crosses. Half way through the half Haddington won a corner and Inglis' cross was met by the head of Berry and his header beat Johnstone but Keith Tait cleared it off the line. From the resultant corner the ball wasn't cleared and Inglis fired in a shot which again beat Johnstone but as with the earlier effort, Keith Tait was on the line to clear.

However a second goal was only delayed temporarily. Cairney found Hill who put in another cross from the right and that man MOFFAT was there to flick the ball past Johnstone to double the lead.

Haddington were in total command and after 25 minutes a Berry shot was deflected for a corner.

Dunbar were just not able to create anything and their only response was to send a couple of King free kicks into the box.

Haddington kept the pressure on and Moffat had a shot deflected for a corner. From the kick Cunningham nearly got on the end of the cross at the far post. Inglis was causing lots of problems with the delivery of free kicks and corners and he nearly found Bauld with another deep cross. Yet another cross found Hill who headed it to Devlin but he slipped his effort wide.

With three minutes to the break there was a shock for the home side. Handling did well to win a corner on the right which King swung over. The ball wasn't cleared and it fell to SZEMIS whose deflected shot gave Cockburn no chance.

It was a forty five minutes which Haddington dominated creating numerous openings but they went in at the break with only the slenderest of leads.


Half Time  Haddington Athletic 2;  Dunbar United 1


No changes in personnel at the break for either side.


Haddington didn't take long to establish their two goal lead again. Hamilton went down the left flank at pace and his fine cross found MOFFAT who finished with real style - his second hat trick of of the league season and his eighth goal in less than four games.

The game was following a similar pattern to the first half with Haddington totally in control and playing some good attacking football.

Dunbar were hardly seen going forward but surprisingly they got themselves back into it after 58 minutes. Again it was a set piece. King crossed the ball and Smith won it and headed it back to MCLAREN who finished smartly. The game was back in the balance again and it looked like there would be more goals. Dunbar enjoyed a better spell now and McLaren shot straight at Cockburn.

Just after the hour Haddington missed a great chance to go two ahead again. With Dunbar pushing forward the home side broke forward at pace. The ball ended up with Jones but Johnstone did well to parry his effort. The ball broke to Inglis and with the goal at his mercy he smashed the ball over the bar! However, MOFFAT had been quiet for fifteen minutes and after 63 minutes he found himself free on the left side of the box and he slipped the ball beyond Johnstone to add his own and his team's fourth!  Astonishingly the second time in three games the striker had scored four times

Both sides made substitutions to bring in fresh legs - four games in twelve days is a big ask for part time players and Dunbar made positional changes to try and get more of the ball in midfield.

With 15 minutes remaining Dunbar once again reduced the arrears to one. Substitute Hogg delivered a free kick into the box and Steven TAIT headed the ball home. All credit to Dunbar who were living on the odd set piece but making the most of their opportunities.

Haddington kept pushing forward looking for the killer goal and looked dangerous but had to be careful not to concede free kicks or corners as they presented Dunbar with their best opportunities.

With four minutes remaining Haddington finally appeared to have wrapped the points up. Hill fired a terrific curling free kick in from the left and BERRY nudged the ball into the net giving Johnstone no chance.

With three minutes left substitute Wright curled an effort just wide of the far post.

With the game deep into added time Szemis got on the end of yet another free kick but smashed his effort off the inside of the post and away to safety.

Haddington thoroughly deserved the win in a game they dominated throughout. They created numerous chances but showed their fragility to cross balls at the back. Dunbar did well to keep the game within distance but lost the midfield battle and conceded too many goals. They have a goalscorer in McLaren but he needs better service.

Best for Haddington was man of the match Moffat, captain Inglis looked assured in the middle and Hamilton had an encouraging debut.

Tonight's result sees Haddington go Third while Dunbar sink to the foot of the table. Both sides are at home on Saturday with Haddington hosting Kirriemuir and United entertaining Dalkeith Thistle.


Full Time  Haddington Athletic 5; Dunbar United 3



Haddington Athletic

Cockburn, Cairney, Hamilton, Bauld, Cunningham, Inglis, Berry, Hill, Moffat, Devin and Jones

Subs  Wright, Temple, Hill, Hamill and Alysadratos (Gk)


Dunbar United

Johnstone, Keith Tait, Steven Tait, Szemis, Smith, Ingram, Handling, Gillon, Ballantine, King and McLaren  Subs Gibson, Hogg, Hall, Kean and McCathie


Referee  Colin Whyte


Gordon Baird

Neutral Reporter

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Bonnyrigg Rose v Camelon Juniors East Superleague (12/08/2017)

(Report submitted by Bonnyrigg Rose)


Bonnyrigg Ease Past Stubborn Camelon


Despite having the better of the play, Bonnyrigg took 70 minutes to subdue a Camelon team who carried little threat upfront, but battled well in midfield and defended stoutly. In fact it took a hotly disputed penalty to finally make the game safe for the Championship favourites after Camelon have started the second period brightly.


Bonnyrigg Rose has shown no sign of a hangover after last season's wonderful campaign which ultimately finished without a trophy. A remarkable Scottish Cup campaign culminating in entertaining Hibernian in a memorable tie before a sell out crowd at Tynecastle Park, a second place finish in the SuperLeague which was far closer than the final table indicated, a narrow semi final defeat to eventual winners Glenafton in the Scottish Junior Cup, and a penalty shoot out defeat in the East of Scotland Cup Final to Tranent Juniors were cases of so near, yet so far. Against that background you might have expected a sluggish opening to the new season but, they have started in great form in the SuperLeague with wins against Forfar West End and Broxburn by the same comfortable scoreline of 3-0.

Camelon in contrast, finished last season too close to the relegation places for comfort and lost twice by a single goal to Rose in tight encounters. They have started this campaign with a home win to SuperLeague newcomers Kennoway and an ominous away defeat in midweek to Linlithgow Rose. Indeed their away form was less than convincing last season, so they needed to start getting something on the road today to help consolidate their top League place.


Rose were straight on the front foot on a perfect afternoon for football. McIntosh tried a shot in their first attack but it was easy for Shaw in the "mariners" goal. Camelon's first effort was a shot  from Sneddon but it was well wide.

Turner was the next to shoot from range but his effort was well wide. Bonnyrigg were starting to take control with Currie and Nelson pulling the strings in midfield supported by Gray and the busy Turner.

After 14 minutes Hoskins got on the end of a Currie free kick but his header was across, rather than at goal.

A minute later and Camelon should have taken the lead. Moyes missed a through ball and Hoskins slipped as he tried to intercept. Sneddon pounced on the loose ball and drove in on goal before rounding Young. However, Brown got back and managed to clear at the expense of a corner. Millar was on the end of Donaldson's flag kick but directed his header wide of goal. It was a real let off for the home team.

Rose were stung into action and a minute later might well have scored after a mix up between goalkeeper Shaw and Morrison, but the latter hooked the ball away for a corner.

Half way through the half Docherty showed good pace for the visitors before getting  a shot away which was easily dealt with by Young.

Camelon were enjoying more possession but not really creating chances although Donaldson did try his luck from a long range free kick,  but it lacked power.

After 33 minutes Hoskins headed a Nelson free kick across goal to Currie, but he headed wide when he looked sure to score. A couple of minutes later, a fine Gray cross was met by McGachie but his effort went over, off the top of the bar.

Martyniuk was causing problems on the left flank and his cross was headed down by McIntosh to Nelson but again he couldn't force the ball home.

After 38 minutes the home side took the lead. Currie took a quick free kick to MCINTOSH in lots of space wide on the left and with defenders expecting a cross, he fired the ball into the far corner - a real strikers finish.

As the break approached Martyniuk again raided down the left before cutting inside and shooting straight at Shaw.

Rose deserved the lead at the break, but Camelon had a real chance to take the lead earlier -  it might turn out to be a costly miss.


Half Time Bonnyrigg Rose 1; Cameron Juniors 0


Herron replaced Sneddon at the break and it was a different Camelon team which started the second period. They had a decent penalty shout turned away after 47minutes. Five minutes later Donaldson produced a good stop from Young, at the expense of a corner, after his shot was deflected. From the resultant kick the ball was cleared off the line by Currie with Young beaten.

Rose's first chance of the half fell to Nelson after a Currie corner was not cleared but he blasted over. In their next attack McGachie brought out a fine stop from Shaw as his shot from the left side of the area was going into the far corner. Just after the hour McIntosh had a good run and shot but Shaw was equal to it.

Both teams made substitutions with Kane and Crawford making was for Liddle and Small for the visitors and Rose introducing Jamieson, replacing McGachie who was getting little joy from Morrison and Millar. Almost immediately Currie and Gray combined to give Jamieson a shooting chance but he shot straight at Shaw who turned his effort away for a corner. From Currie's corner Moyes thundered a header against the underside of the crossbar.

With 70 minutes played Rose got the goal they deserved for their possession. Turner cut into the box and Deans brought him down. It was a contentious award. After a delay HOSKINS stepped up and took the kick which Shaw saved, but the rebound fell to Hoskins who fired it into the roof of the net. Sadly for Camelon, their protests over the award continued far too long and Morrison received a straight red for comments he made to the officials.

Turner had a good effort saved after 72 minutes and Rose were now in total control against the ten men. Currie made way for Horne as Rose utilised their squad.

To Camelons credit they kept playing football despite having ten men but it was all Bonnyrigg with Substitute McConnell shooting over before McIntosh headed straight at Shaw


Rose deserved the win but it was never easy against a Camelon side who were well organised and disciplined defensively, if a bit shot shy up front. Best for Rose were Currie, Brown and Martyniuk while Donaldson was busy for the visitors and Millar and Morrison (before his red card) solid for Camelon.


Camelon entertain Sauchie Juniors this midweek while Bonnyrigg make the short trip to local rivals Newtongrange Star for a derby which they have dominated in recent seasons.



Full Time Bonnyrigg Rose 2 Cameron Juniors 0




Bonnyrigg Rose

Young, Brown, Martyniuk Hoskins, Moyes, Turner, Gray, Currie, McIntosh, Nelson and McGachie  Subs Horne, Jamieson, McConnell and Andrews

Cameron Juniors

Shaw, Taylor, Deans, Morrison, Millar, Kay, Kane, Donaldson,Sneddon, Crawford and Docherty Subs Liddle, Small, Herron, Skinner and Duncan


Referee  Simon MacLean

Assistant Referees Robert Peacock and Danny MacKinnon



Gordon Baird

Neutral Reporter

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Current league tables and this week's results
Information supplied by SJFA East Region. East Superleague   (To view all this seasons results click here )

Penicuik Athletic  11  12
Lochee United  12  10
Bonnyrigg Rose  10
Broughty Athletic  7
Camelon Juniors  6
Linlithgow Rose  6
Dundonald Bluebell  6
Carnoustie Panmure  6
Jeanfield Swifts  5
Hill of Beath Hawthorn  4
Newtongrange Star  4
Broxburn Athletic  4
Boness United  3
Sauchie Juniors  3
Forfar West End  3
Kennoway Star Hearts  2

This week's Results
12/08/2017  Jeanfield Swifts  Boness United 
12/08/2017  Bonnyrigg Rose  Camelon Juniors 
12/08/2017  Linlithgow Rose  Newtongrange Star 
12/08/2017  Kennoway Star Hearts  Broughty Athletic 
12/08/2017  Sauchie Juniors  Lochee United 
12/08/2017  Hill of Beath Hawthorn  Forfar West End 
12/08/2017  Carnoustie Panmure  Broxburn Athletic 
12/08/2017  Dundonald Bluebell  Penicuik Athletic 
16/08/2017  Lochee United  Broughty Athletic 
16/08/2017  Kennoway Star Hearts  Jeanfield Swifts 
16/08/2017  Boness United  Penicuik Athletic 
16/08/2017  Broxburn Athletic  Linlithgow Rose 
16/08/2017  Camelon Juniors  Sauchie Juniors 
16/08/2017  Dundonald Bluebell  Hill of Beath Hawthorn 
16/08/2017  Forfar West End  Carnoustie Panmure 
16/08/2017  Newtongrange Star  Bonnyrigg Rose 

Known Future Fixtures
19/08/2017  Penicuik Athletic  v Sauchie Juniors  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Broughty Athletic  v Jeanfield Swifts  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Broxburn Athletic  v Kennoway Star Hearts  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Camelon Juniors  v Hill of Beath Hawthorn  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Forfar West End  v Dundonald Bluebell  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Lochee United  v Linlithgow Rose  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Newtongrange Star  v Carnoustie Panmure  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Bonnyrigg Rose  v Boness United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Kennoway Star Hearts  v Boness United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Jeanfield Swifts  v Newtongrange Star  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Hill of Beath Hawthorn  v Penicuik Athletic  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Dundonald Bluebell  v Broughty Athletic  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Linlithgow Rose  v Forfar West End  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Bonnyrigg Rose  v Lochee United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Sauchie Juniors  v Broxburn Athletic  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Carnoustie Panmure  v Camelon Juniors  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Penicuik Athletic  v Bonnyrigg Rose  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Broughty Athletic  v Camelon Juniors  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Broxburn Athletic  v Hill of Beath Hawthorn  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Forfar West End  v Jeanfield Swifts  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Kennoway Star Hearts  v Carnoustie Panmure  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Lochee United  v Dundonald Bluebell  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Newtongrange Star  v Sauchie Juniors  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Boness United  v Linlithgow Rose  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Sauchie Juniors  v Forfar West End  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Linlithgow Rose  v Broughty Athletic  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Jeanfield Swifts  v Bonnyrigg Rose  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Hill of Beath Hawthorn  v Boness United  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Dundonald Bluebell  v Kennoway Star Hearts  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Camelon Juniors  v Lochee United  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Broxburn Athletic  v Newtongrange Star  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Carnoustie Panmure  v Penicuik Athletic  2.30pm 

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Musselburgh Athletic  16  12
Fauldhouse United  15  12
Haddington Athletic  16  9
St Andrews United  10  9
Tranent Juniors  7
Whitburn Juniors  7
Kirriemuir Thistle  6
Tayport  11  12  6
Blackburn United  5
Bathgate Thistle  4
Arniston Rangers  3
Dalkeith Thistle  13  3
Downfield  13  3
Thornton Hibs  2
Glenrothes  14  1
Dunbar United  17  1

This week's Results
12/08/2017  Kirriemuir Thistle  Fauldhouse United 
12/08/2017  St Andrews United  Haddington Athletic 
12/08/2017  Downfield  Tranent Juniors 
12/08/2017  Dalkeith Thistle  Musselburgh Athletic 
12/08/2017  Bathgate Thistle  Thornton Hibs 
12/08/2017  Arniston Rangers  Blackburn United 
12/08/2017  Whitburn Juniors  Glenrothes 
12/08/2017  Tayport  Dunbar United 
16/08/2017  Blackburn United  Whitburn Juniors 
16/08/2017  Thornton Hibs  Downfield 
16/08/2017  Tranent Juniors  Dalkeith Thistle 
16/08/2017  Musselburgh Athletic  Arniston Rangers 
16/08/2017  Kirriemuir Thistle  Tayport 
16/08/2017  Haddington Athletic  Dunbar United 
16/08/2017  Glenrothes  St Andrews United 
16/08/2017  Fauldhouse United  Bathgate Thistle 

Known Future Fixtures
19/08/2017  Tranent Juniors  v Tayport  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Dunbar United  v Dalkeith Thistle  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Fauldhouse United  v Downfield  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Glenrothes  v Arniston Rangers  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Haddington Athletic  v Kirriemuir Thistle  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Musselburgh Athletic  v Bathgate Thistle  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Thornton Hibs  v Whitburn Juniors  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Blackburn United  v St Andrews United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Tayport  v Fauldhouse United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  St Andrews United  v Musselburgh Athletic  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Kirriemuir Thistle  v Thornton Hibs  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Downfield  v Glenrothes  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Dalkeith Thistle  v Blackburn United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Arniston Rangers  v Haddington Athletic  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Whitburn Juniors  v Dunbar United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Bathgate Thistle  v Tranent Juniors  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  Downfield  v Dalkeith Thistle  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Tranent Juniors  v Kirriemuir Thistle  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Blackburn United  v Tayport  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Whitburn Juniors  v Dalkeith Thistle  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Musselburgh Athletic  v Thornton Hibs  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Haddington Athletic  v Downfield  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Glenrothes  v Bathgate Thistle  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Fauldhouse United  v St Andrews United  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Dunbar United  v Arniston Rangers  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Thornton Hibs  v Tranent Juniors  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Bathgate Thistle  v Dunbar United  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Dalkeith Thistle  v Glenrothes  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Downfield  v Musselburgh Athletic  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Kirriemuir Thistle  v Blackburn United  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  St Andrews United  v Whitburn Juniors  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Tayport  v Haddington Athletic  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Arniston Rangers  v Fauldhouse United  2.30pm 

Return to top of page North Division   (To view all this seasons results click here )

Dundee Violet  6
East Craigie  6
Arbroath Vics  6
Blairgowrie  4
Lochee Harp  3
Newburgh  3
Scone Thistle  3
Dundee North End  3
Lochore Welfare  3
Luncarty  3
Kinnoull  1
Coupar Angus  0
Forfar Albion  0
Brechin Vics  0

This week's Results
12/08/2017  Scone Thistle  Brechin Vics 
12/08/2017  Arbroath Vics  Forfar Albion 
12/08/2017  Blairgowrie  Kinnoull 
12/08/2017  Coupar Angus  East Craigie 
12/08/2017  Dundee North End  Luncarty 
12/08/2017  Dundee Violet  Lochore Welfare 
12/08/2017  Newburgh  Lochee Harp 

Known Future Fixtures
19/08/2017  Newburgh  v East Craigie  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Dundee North End  v Dundee Violet  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Kinnoull  v Scone Thistle  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Lochee Harp  v Forfar Albion  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Lochore Welfare  v Arbroath Vics  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Blairgowrie  v Luncarty  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Brechin Vics  v Coupar Angus  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Scone Thistle  v Newburgh  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Arbroath Vics  v Brechin Vics  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Blairgowrie  v East Craigie  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Coupar Angus  v Dundee North End  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Dundee Violet  v Luncarty  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Forfar Albion  v Lochore Welfare  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Kinnoull  v Lochee Harp  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Lochore Welfare  v Blairgowrie  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Dundee North End  v Forfar Albion  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Arbroath Vics  v East Craigie  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Lochee Harp  v Dundee Violet  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Luncarty  v Scone Thistle  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Newburgh  v Coupar Angus  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Brechin Vics  v Kinnoull  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Arbroath Vics  v Dundee North End  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Blairgowrie  v Lochee Harp  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Coupar Angus  v Luncarty  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Dundee Violet  v Brechin Vics  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Forfar Albion  v Newburgh  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Kinnoull  v East Craigie  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Scone Thistle  v Lochore Welfare  2.30pm 

Return to top of page South Division   (To view all this seasons results click here )

West Calder United  6
Edinburgh United  6
Lochgelly Albert  4
Armadale Thistle  4
Craigroyston  4
Stoneyburn Juniors  4
Crossgates Primrose  3
Pumpherston Juniors  3
Harthill Royal  3
Kirkcaldy YM  1
Oakley United  1
Rosyth  0
Easthouses Lily MW  0
Livingston United  10  0

This week's Results
12/08/2017  West Calder United  Harthill Royal 
12/08/2017  Rosyth  Lochgelly Albert 
12/08/2017  Armadale Thistle  Oakley United 
12/08/2017  Crossgates Primrose  Craigroyston 
12/08/2017  Easthouses Lily MW  Edinburgh United 
12/08/2017  Pumpherston Juniors  Livingston United 
12/08/2017  Stoneyburn Juniors  Kirkcaldy YM 

Known Future Fixtures
19/08/2017  Edinburgh United  v Kirkcaldy YM  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Harthill Royal  v Pumpherston Juniors  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Livingston United  v Craigroyston  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Oakley United  v Lochgelly Albert  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Rosyth  v Crossgates Primrose  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Stoneyburn Juniors  v West Calder United  2.30pm 
19/08/2017  Easthouses Lily MW  v Armadale Thistle  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  West Calder United  v Livingston United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Harthill Royal  v Lochgelly Albert  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Armadale Thistle  v Rosyth  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Craigroyston  v Oakley United  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Crossgates Primrose  v Easthouses Lily MW  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Edinburgh United  v Stoneyburn Juniors  2.30pm 
26/08/2017  Kirkcaldy YM  v Pumpherston Juniors  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Harthill Royal  v Edinburgh United  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Livingston United  v Kirkcaldy YM  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Oakley United  v Crossgates Primrose  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Pumpherston Juniors  v Armadale Thistle  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Rosyth  v Craigroyston  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Stoneyburn Juniors  v Lochgelly Albert  2.30pm 
09/09/2017  Easthouses Lily MW  v West Calder United  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Easthouses Lily MW  v Lochgelly Albert  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Armadale Thistle  v Livingston United  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Craigroyston  v Stoneyburn Juniors  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Crossgates Primrose  v Harthill Royal  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Edinburgh United  v Pumpherston Juniors  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  Kirkcaldy YM  v Rosyth  2.30pm 
16/09/2017  West Calder United  v Oakley United  2.30pm 

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D J Laing East of Scotland Cup

This week's Results

Known Future Fixtures
02/09/2017  1st Round  Fauldhouse United  v Easthouses Lily MW  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Camelon Juniors  v Glenrothes  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Broxburn Athletic  v Oakley United  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Broughty Athletic  v East Craigie  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Lochore Welfare  v Kirkcaldy YM  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Dundonald Bluebell  v Newburgh  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Haddington Athletic  v Kinnoull  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Rosyth  v Coupar Angus  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  St Andrews United  v Musselburgh Athletic  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Arniston Rangers  v Dunbar United  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Livingston United  v Craigroyston  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Whitburn Juniors  v Thornton Hibs  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Lochgelly Albert  v Lochee United  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Dundee North End  v Bonnyrigg Rose  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Hill of Beath Hawthorn  v Arbroath Vics  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Penicuik Athletic  v Bathgate Thistle  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Blairgowrie  v Harthill Royal  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Tranent Juniors  v Sauchie Juniors  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  West Calder United  v Carnoustie Panmure  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Pumpherston Juniors  v Edinburgh United  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Forfar Albion  v Crossgates Primrose  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Luncarty  v Stoneyburn Juniors  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Scone Thistle  v Blackburn United  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Kirriemuir Thistle  v Lochee Harp  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Jeanfield Swifts  v Kennoway Star Hearts  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Armadale Thistle  v Forfar West End  2.30pm 
02/09/2017  1st Round  Dundee Violet  v Boness United  2.30pm 

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Fife and Lothians Cup

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G A Engineering Cup

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Scottish Junior Cup

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Super/Premier League Play Off

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William Hill Scottish Cup

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