Bo’ness United chairman Iain Muirhead frustrated at lack of sporting reference in lockdown easing statement https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/sport/football/international/boness-united-chairman-iain-muirhead-frustrated-at-lack-of-sporting-reference-in-lockdown-easing-statement-3146644 The website view is slightly different and I suppose the fans will have their own view. It is only the end of February and a May start is weeks away and won’t be easy to get back into line…

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  Round 37. These midweek fixtures looked to be an easy shout and they usually disappoint like any other week.  I had a look in at half time and the final results were totally different when the whistle went. 13pts Scott Rintoul was the top mark and second on 12 Scott Hayman, 11 Gordon Brown,…

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Tuesday 23 February 2021 Response to Scottish Government road map out of lockdown The Joint Response Group notes the First Minister’s road map out of lockdown outlined at Holyrood today. We await further clarification from ministers in the coming days on the implications for Scottish football at all levels, including leagues and clubs currently under…

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Max Christie can’t wait to get started again https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/sport/football/international/max-christie-boness-united-manager-cant-wait-lowland-league-return-3138849?fbclid=IwAR23KUzwUoDAnsGyiCsgc2BB7lqbweWw44vc7AcDbhZ_F2JwTzqQxarNklA

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  Bo’ness boss Christie likes idea of Lowland League ‘split’ to help complete season Bo’ness United manager Max Christie believes a potential ‘split’ in the Lowland League table could be the way forward to complete the season in a condensed time frame. https://www.falkirkherald.co.uk/sport/football/boness-boss-christie-likes-idea-lowland-league-split-help-complete-season-3122438 https://www.falkirkherald.co.uk/sport/football/boness-boss-christie-likes-idea-lowland-league-split-help-complete-season-3122438 By Martyn Simpson

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Suspension Extended

Friday 29 January 2021 Given that current lockdown measures implemented by the First Minister will now remain in place across Scotland until at least the middle of February, the existing temporary suspension of football will be extended until midnight on Sunday, 14 February.  This affects leagues with predominantly part-time clubs – although a number of…

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