The Future is Bright

The following is a club statement following the media coverage over the last few days regarding Bo’ness United potentially leaving Junior football. As a club we are always looking to improve both on and off the park.  We feel that we should be aiming to get our club licensed therefore improving the facilities for our…

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BU Considering The Move To Seniors

An article in tonight’s Edinburgh Evening News says, BU are looking at an option to join the seniors and leaving the juniors. To try and achieve this position, “Newtown Park Association” will need financial backing aided by Bo’ness United helping to resurrect the Newtown dream. The park is currently in the hands of the NPA…

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NPA Rewarded

The Newtown Park Association would like to thank the supporters who took the time to visit Bo’ness Town Hall on Saturday to cast their vote in support of N.P.A. resulting in an award of £4000 being granted to the Association. The grant will be used to commission architects to produce conceptual drawings of the Community…

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Newtown Park Association

Newtown Park Association Community Hub Project Newtown Park Association Community Hub Project has been successful in reaching the “Decision Day” to be held in Bo’ness Town Hall on Saturday March 18th where the public will vote for the best Community Project. Each member of the public who attends will have one vote, the fund is over…

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Junior World Shocked

The Scottish Junior world has been rocked by the death of former Bonnyrigg player Shaun Woodburn who died after an incident on New Years morning. http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/our-region/edinburgh/teenagers-charged-over-death-of-junior-footballer-1-4330581

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Merry Christmas

The web team would like to wish everyone, Management and Players, Supporters Club and the United Club. Not forgetting our friends at all other junior clubs a Merry Christmas and a Healthy Good New Year

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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…

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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.

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Appeal Hearing

Sources on the web have said that the BU Appeal or ‘Letter of Complaint’ will be heard at Hampden on Thursday evening. We hope to keep you up to date and who will be representing the club at this hearing.

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“Letter of Complaint”

Bo’ness United have submitted a letter of complaint to the SJFA regarding the ending to the Scottish Junior Cup match against Blantyre Victoria. The club are now awaiting a reply from the SJFA. All the club are saying is they have contacted the SJFA with concern as to how the nature of how this tie…

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United Crash Out Scottish Cup

United have crashed out of the Scottish Junior Cup in the third round after being defeated on penalties to Blantyre Victoria at Newtown Park this afternoon. United were down 1-0 before Ross Campbell and Fraser Keast put the club ahead 2-1, although a late equaliser from Blantyre sent the match in to extra time. The…

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