Cropley Signs In

Former Hibs youngster Jordan Cropley son of Hibs legend Alex Cropley is the first signing since Allan Miller came in. Miller was a former manager at Newtongrange where Cropley has come from.  The 28 year old left sided player will join Connor McGregor out wide to strengthen the midfield attacking position. (picture: Newtongrange Star)

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Philp Joins Kelty

Fans favourite Ross Philp will be a big miss as he has rejoined Fife outfit Kelty Hearts as they start a new life in the Lowland League of the pyramid structure of the SFL.  The fans would like to wish Ross all the best and thank you for 3 years service. Bo’ness United will be…

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Strickland Re-signs For Linlithgow

We have learned that (a few days ago) United striker Colin Strickland has re-joined Mark Bradleys team at Prestonfield for the coming season. Coco joined United last summer from Linlithgow Rose and scoring 11 times. We caught up with Colin this afternoon to get some final words on his time at Bo’ness after a rather…

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Sloan Joins The Rose

It looks like Robert Sloan has pulled on a Bo’ness jersey for the last time and will turn out for local rivals Linlithgow Rose next season. Rose manager Mark Bradley has snapped up the fan favourite on a two year contract, after 4 years at Newtown Park. Robert arrived at Newtown Park in 2013, winning…

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Newtown Park Drawings Revealed

We are exciting to announce the initial drawings of the new Newtown Park Community Hub for the people of Bo’ness. These conceptual drawings have been commissioned by Newtown Park Association (N.P.A) to give the public and prospective funders a visual impression of what the inside and outside of the ‘Community Hub’ may look like. As…

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Scott Sally Signs On

United are delighted to announce the signing of former Rangers trialist Scott Sally. The 23 year old striker put pen to paper yesterday and becomes United’s first signing of the summer transfer window. We caught up with Scott this afternoon. “I’m looking forward to getting started, Bo’ness are obviously a big club and I’m looking…

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Gemmell & Wright To Stay On

Michael Gemmell & Marty Wright have extended their contracts to 2018 which will bring supporters some good news before just as the club splits up for summer recess. We will have more updates when we hear any and also promising  developments that are afoot

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United Burn’t Out

Bo’ness United ended their season on a low note as they crashed out of the competition in what was long serving defender Stuart Hunter’s final game prior to his retirement. United were immediately onto the front foot having early efforts from Ross Philp and Marty Wright.  The opener almost came on six minutes when a…

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Player of the Year Awards

The player of the year awards were held tonight and here are the winners. Supporters Club Player of the Year : Marty Wright. United Club Player of the Year : Michael Gemmell Committee Players of the year : Michael Gemmell. Top Goal Scorer : Fraser Keast. Players Player of the Year : Michael Gemmell Journal…

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A View From The Enclosure

The BU faced up to no less than 5 ex players at the start of this match with Keeper Wallace, Midfielders Scott & Gribben and forwards Anderson & Miller. A VIEW FROM THE ENCLOSURE BO’NESS UNITED  0  BROXBURN ATHLETIC  3 It was a positive start as the first couple of chances fell to the home side…

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Bo’ness United 2 Linlithgow Rose 0

Bo’ness United advanced to a semi-final meeting with Broxburn after beating local rivals Linlithgow Rose for the fourth time this season. Bo’ness were immediately onto the front foot with Chris Donnelly crossing for Fraser Keast who stabbed the ball narrowly wide.  The visitors had a couple of free kicks that went over before the hosts…

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