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Scottish Cup: Bonnyrigg told to believe they can knock out Sons

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn will send his players out believing that they can pull off a stunning William Hill Scottish Cup shock in tomorrow’s third-round tie at home to Dumbarton.

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Jonny Stewart hopes Bonnyrigg can cause an upset

Bonnyrigg captain aims to shoot down old Hearts team-mates

As a youngster at Hearts, Jonny Stewart used to look up to Darren Barr and Ryan Stevenson. On Saturday, he hopes to inflict a shock William Hill Scottish Cup defeat on the Dumbarton duo.

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Bonnyrigg grind out a vital three points

Super League champions Bonnyrigg had to dig deep into their character to see off the challenge of a well organised Musselburgh side who held out until the 80th minute when a strike from Adam Nelson decided the result.

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Bonnyrigg target Junior Cup 50 years on from first success

Bonnyrigg Rose striker Keiran McGachie says they’ve got unfinished business in the Scottish Junior Cup.

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Robbie Horn is glad that the Dumbarton tie will be at home. Pic: TSPL

Robbie Horn: It’d be massive upset if Bonnyrigg beat Dumbarton

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn says it would be a “massive” upset if his side were to knock out Championship side Dumbarton in the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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Bonnyrigg's Lewis Turner tries to win possession. Pic: Alan Wilson

Bonnyrigg’s character hailed as they stun Cove Rangers

Bonnyrigg’s fantastic Scottish Cup adventure goes on after beating much-fancied Cove Rangers 2-1 thanks to goals from Dean Hoskins and Andrew Kidd in a frantic five-minute spell midway through the second half.

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Robbie Horn has told his Bonnyrigg players to expect a much tougher test in the Scottish Cup than Turriff offered in the last round. Pic: Robert Perry

Scottish Cup: Bonnyrigg know they must raise it against Cove

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn believes his side will have to raise their game once more if they are to reach the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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Dean Hoskins powers home Bonnyriggs first against Turriff United

Scottish Cup: Bonnyrigg through to face Cove

Bonnyrigg Rose defender Dean Hoskins has set his sights on another Highland League scalp after the New Dundas Park men disposed of Turriff United in their William Hill Scottish Cup first-round replay.

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Bonnyrigg striker Wayne McIntosh missed last week because of a holiday

Seven-goal Bonnyrigg striker not assured of Scottish Cup start

Despite scoring seven on his last William Hill Scottish Cup outing for Bonnyrigg Rose, Wayne McIntosh isn’t guaranteed a starting berth when the Super League champions entertain Turriff United in tomorrow’s first-round replay.

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Bonnyrigg Rose striker Keiran McGachie celebrates after opening the scoring. Pic: David Lamb

Bonnyrigg Rose target Kelty after taking down Bo’ness

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn believes Kelty Hearts will be their main challengers as they bid to retain the Super League title.

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Wayne McIntosh, left, is congratulated after scoring the third goal. Picture: Greg Macvean

Bonnyrigg 14, Burntisland 0: Biggest Scottish Cup win since 1984

Sporting a new pair of boots, Bonnyrigg Rose striker Wayne McIntosh single-handedly tore East of Scotland League team Burntisland apart as Rose romped into the first round of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a 14-0 victory.

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Ruaridh Donaldson scored as Bonnyrigg were crowned Super League champions

Bonnyrigg defender Donaldson eyes a family cup tie

While his younger brother has played in Scotland’s top flight and the English Championship, Ruaridh Donaldson has had his head buried in books.

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Alex King is back at Bonnyrigg after an unhappy spell at Linlithgow. Pic: TSPL

Alex King wants his own Rose cup run after missing out on one

Alex King was a frustrated spectator last season as former club Linlithgow Rose made history in the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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Ross Archibald and Jonny Stewart lift the Super League trophy

Champions Bonnyrigg ready for opener with title rivals Kelty

Reigning Super League champions Bonnyrigg Rose start the new season with a bang tomorrow at home to fellow title favourites Kelty Hearts.

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Wayne McIntosh, No.11, celebrates his opening goal with the clubs supporters. Pic: Greg Macvean

Five-star Bonnyrigg so close to Super League title

Bonnyrigg Rose midfielder Jonny Stewart capped a memorable weekend as the New Dundas Park men effectively secured the Super League title with a dominant 5-0 away win at Carnoustie Panmure.

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Dean Hoskins, left, says manager Robbie Horn has done a fine job at Bonnyrigg Rose. Pic: TSPL

Bonnyrigg’s title high fuelled by team spirit

Bonnyrigg Rose defender Dean Hoskins has identified the team spirit amongst the New Dundas Park dressing room as the reason they are on the verge of Super League glory.

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Kieran McGachie was among the goalscorers for Bonnyrigg. Pic: TSPL

Six of the best for Bonnyrigg Rose at Tranent

Super League leaders Bonnyrigg Rose strolled into the semi-finals of the Fife and Lothians Cup with a 6-1 defeat of Tranent Juniors.

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Wayne McIntosh should be back for Bonnyrigg Rose tonight. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Horn tells Rose to go and win Super League in style

Super League leaders Bonnyrigg Rose know that three victories from their final five games will secure them the title, but manager Robbie Horn has urged his side to go and lift the championship in style by taking the maximum 15 points available.

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Wayne McIntosh was among the goals again for Bonnyrigg. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Robbie Horn: Still a long way to go for Bonnyrigg

Bonnyrigg took another huge step towards the Super League title, coming from behind with three second-half goals in a blistering spell which left Musselburgh dead in the water.

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