Week 14 Top Scores. SKY SPORTS SUPER 6 Top scores week 14 12. Michael Gordon. 10 Gordon Brown, 9 Gordon Buchanan, 7 James Russell, Corey Bigboy & David Graham 115 Michael Gordon London 114 craig williamson 114 Eric Rintoul 112 Charles Archibald 112 Stuart Williamson 111 henry Mcintosh 110 Rab Cochrane 110 robert laing 109…
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Media reports and the official club website have announced the resigning of Jack Simpson. However, senior officials at the club have informed us that although he was in at half time NO official paperwork has so far been confirmed. We will keep you posted on developments.
Jack Simpson has returned to Bo’ness after a spell back at Hamilton where he broke a bone in his foot which ruled him out for the remainder of last season. He made 15 appearances and scored 3 goals before returning to his parent club.
Fraser Keast is certainly on fire this season, notching another two goals on to his record for this season with 13 goals in 14 matches. United gained another 3 points on the board after a 3-0 win over Broughty Athletic today in the East Region Super League. Goals: Fraser Keast (x2), Roddy MacLennan. Match Report
Paul Murphy’s short return to Newtown sees him move back west and to Super League Petershill. We wish Paul all the best. During his time at Newtown he appeared 100 times scoring 5 and a major figure in midfield. He signed from Glenafton Athletic in 2013 following the capture of Stevie Kerrigan, but returned to…
First Consolation Prize £100 Gus McDonald Ticket sold by Anchor Tavern Consolation Prize £20 Bert Cairns Sold by Irene Doudie in Tesco Consolation Prize £20 Forbie Ticket sold by Fisons Consolation Prize £20 L. Bryant Ticket sold by Bruce McCormick in Tesco Next week £1100 on 12 keys draw will be made in Bridgeness Club
Scottish Junior Cup third round draw sees Bo’ness on the road again and head Blantyre Victoria on 19th November. The draw which was made in the Sun newspaper offices this afternoon has some mouthwatering ties in Super League clashes Lochee United v Musselburgh Athletic, Pollok v Auchinleck Talbot, Petershill v Carnoustie Panmure
Bo’ness United advanced to the third round with a comfortable victory against their opponents from Ayrshire who finished the game with only eight men. http://www.bonessunited.co.uk/matches/dalry-thistle-v-boness-united-2/