Whitehill Welfare v Bo’ness United

Friendly Ferguson Park Roswell Max Christie will be pleased to open up with a win this afternoon winning 4-2.  New recruit Tom Grant with a double and Brian Morgan. The first was an unfortunately own goal BO’NESS Murphy, Jacobs, Hunter, Hewitt, Campbell, Gemmell, Trialist, Keast, Morgan, Stevenson. SUB Comrie

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Bonnyrigg Rose v Bo’ness United

. King Cup Quarter Final Bonnyrigg Rose 5 Bo’ness United 1 From the kick off United were on the back foot and a last man clearance from Stuart Hunter had the sign already that Bonnyrigg were out to get a payback for the defeat at Carmuirs in the gloom a couple of weeks ago. From…

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Bo’ness United v Bonnyrigg Rose

. League Cup Semi Final BO’NESS 1 (5)  BONNYRIGG 1 (4)   Bonnyrigg who are running on fumes just now after all the wins they have had and once again congratulations to them again on winning the League’ The visitors were out the trap quick and decided to press the BU and the defence stood…

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Tranent v Bo’ness United

. BO’NESS earn the chance to play Bonnyrigg in two semi finals as they have to win aginst Jeanfield while the Newtown team are in both semi finals.  The BU will be back in action next Monday against the Conference “B” winners and we all know who were runners up. So the Max Christie juggernaut…

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Dalkeith Thistle v Bo’ness United

. Ryan Stevenson who scored the penalty King’s Park Dalkeith Bo’ness headed to Dalkeith in the final league match of the 18/19 season. With it comes a place in next seasons East of Scotland Football League Premier Division Also Bo’ness and Max Christie with another league win making it ten in a row. United started…

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Bo’ness United v Dalkeith Thistle

. Another warm night and no coats for our final home league match, Although it still seems strange to say Camelon. But we still have another league match to play at Dalkeith on Saturday. This will be followed by the League Cup Quarter Final at Tranent next week. Followed by the King Cup match against…

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Bo’ness United v Tranent

. The sun drenched Camelon and a few burnt coupons by full time. Bo’ness took and early lead from as Fraser Keast got to a Stuart Hunter header to open the scoring with Devon Jacobs done his part with a superbly taken free kick. Bo’ness 1 Tranent 0 Tranent were soon level after a rare…

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Bo’ness United v Crossgates @Camelon

. BO’NESS UNITED 2 CROSSGATES PRIMROSE 1 After the weekend win at Bonnyrigg  Max Christie decided to change his format with Fraser Keast, Michael Gemmell & Chris Donnelly. Allan McKenzie & goalkeeper Alex Marshall all on the bench. Controlling the early stages then hit with the sucker punch inside the first ten minutes with some…

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