Must Win Weekend For The BU

Bo’ness look like starting the New Year on a must win game to keep any intention of winning back the Super League. Edinburgh Evening News reporter Scott Thomson has caught up with Colin Strickland. http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/sport/football/lower-leagues/bo-ness-must-beat-kelty-to-retain-super-league-title-hopes-1-4332721

Bo’ness v Kelty

This Saturday sees the return of junior football and first footing Newtown are the Fifers from Kelty who have a massive 17 point advantage over Bonnyrigg but have played more games. United sit 19 points adrift and look like it could be a battle for second in the Super League. But manager Allan McGonigal will…

Club Statement

Dear Supporter We are making this statement following a club committee decision not to appeal the SJFA’s decision to let the result of our Junior Cup tie against Blantyre to stand. Last week on December the 15th we believe that we gave a robust and compelling argument as to why the Cup tie should have…

Bo’ness 4 Newtongrange 1

United end the year with a convincing win against struggling Newtongrange Star. Fraser Keast opened the scoring before Will Snowdon knocked home a penalty. Colin Strickland scored after just coming on, then Snowdon converted his second penalty. Ross Campbell was red carded after collecting his second yellow. Full Report By Derek Crossan http://www.bonessunited.co.uk/matches/boness-united-v-newtongrange-star/  

BU’s to the 4

Bo’ness 4 Newtongrange 1 BU Starting 11 : Clarke, Snowdon, Philip & Hunter. Campbell. Simpson, Sloan &Ruari MacLennan. Eddington, Keast & Wright BU won the toss and started in usual way shooting towards Kinneil School and it was a positive high tempo start. The first goal came when Keast got on the end of a good cross. This…

BU’s OUT

Bo’ness have had the appeal thrown out at Hampden this evening even although the rules were not adhered to. We will now have to wait and see what the case notes they put in for a defence. So it will be Newtongrange Star at the Christmas Jumper day with no spirit attached.