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Bonnyrigg bounce back; Linlithgow held

Bonnyrigg Rose bounced back from the disappointment of their Scottish Junior Cup semi-final exit with a stirring comeback victory away to Camelon tonight to maintain hopes of regaining their Super League title.

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Ruaridh Donaldson, right, battles with Hibs John McGinn at Tynecastle

Junior Cup: Post-match jolly boosts Bonnyrigg morale

Ruaridh Donaldson hopes a post-match social debrief can be the catalyst to putting Bonnyrigg Rose’s Scottish Junior Cup dream back on track.

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Robbie Horn

Bonnyrigg ‘still in tie’ after first-leg defeat by Glenafton

Bonnyrigg Rose may have went down 1-0 in the first leg of their Scottish Junior Cup semi-final at Glenafton, but their manager Robbie Horn believes his team have enough in them to reverse the score this weekend.

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Bonnyrigg manager Robbie Horn will send his team out to win in New Cumnock

No way Bonnyrigg will play for draw in first leg – Horn

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn won’t set his team up to avoid defeat in tomorrow’s first leg of their Scottish Junior Cup semi-final against Glenafton Athletic, insisting it isn’t in their nature.

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Dean Hoskins scored again last week

Bonnyrigg skip Dean Hoskins has a shoot to Kil policy

Hearts fan Dean Hoskins will cherish the penalty he tucked away against Hibs at Tynecastle for years to come, but his equalising goal in last weekend’s Scottish Junior Cup could prove to be his most vital this season.

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Nicola Boynes, Margaret Petrie, Leah Boynes, Logan Boynes, Chris Boynes and Rodger Petrie. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Bonnyrigg Rose will see boost in profile and finances following cup game

THEY may have lost on the pitch, but Bonnyrigg Rose have won a massive boost from their Scottish Cup clash with Hibs at the weekend.

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The Bonnyrigg Rose players applaud their fans at full-time

Reaction: Bonnyrigg’s cup run ends at mission impossible

Their day in the sun turned into a relentless storm but Bonnyrigg Rose players could still hold their heads high despite being on the end of an 8-1 battering from Championship leaders Hibs.

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Andrew Shinnie (centre) is congratulated by Chris Humphrey and Grant Holt on his opening goal against Bonnyrigg Rose at Tynecastle

Bonnyrigg Rose 1-8 Hibs: Rose wilt under onslaught from the Hibees

Hibs cruised into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a comfortable win over junior outfit Bonnyrigg Rose at Tynecastle.

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Hibs and Bonnyrigg players pay tribute to Shaun Woodburn

Players from Hibs and Bonnyrigg Rose paid tribute to former Rose player Shaun Woodburn before the Scottish Cup tie at Tynecastle.

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Bonnyrigg players arrive at Tynecastle. Picture: SNS

The big day arrives for Bonnyrigg Rose

Excitement has been building for weeks in Bonnyrigg. Now it becomes reality. Bonnyrigg Rose of the McBookie.com Super League welcome Scottish Cup holders Hibernian to Tynecastle.

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Shaken not stirred: Robbie Horn gets his hands on the Scottish Cup

Bonnyrigg Rose won’t abandon their principles against Hibs

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn will send his players out at a sold-out Tynecastle for today’s fairytale Scottish Cup fourth-round tie against holders Hibs with the message to “play without fear”.

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Lewis Turner and his father Brian, who will be at Tynecastle with his wife and Lewiss mum, Kate. She will be one of Bonnyriggs guests of honour. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Bonnyrigg Hibby Lewis Turner looking to knock his heroes out

Lewis Turner reckons Saturday, May 21, 2016 could be the best day of his life. But he’ll be doing all he can to knock Scottish Cup holders Hibs out at the first time of asking tomorrow – although he doesn’t know if he would celebrate.

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Wayne McIntosh believes Kieran McGachie, pictured, could play at a higher level - although he claims the striker looks like Boris Johnson

Chapo, Granton Goose, El Teapot – meet the Bonnyrigg squad

Bonnyrigg Rose striker Wayne McIntosh tells SCOTT THOMSON all about the men who’ll line up at Tynecastle on Saturday hoping to stun holders Hibs in the Scottish Cup.

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Michael Andrews who works in Advertising for The Scotsman and who is the goalkeeper for Bonnyrigg Rose who face Hibs in the Scottish Cup this Saturday at Tynecastle Pic: Greg Macvean

Bonnyrigg goalie faces ‘pre-match banter’ from Hibs workmates

BONNYRIGG Rose goalie Michael Andrews is warming up for the big game this weekend – by deflecting a volley of banter from workmates.

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Charlie Kirkwood helped with the kit when Rose won the Junior Cup in 1966

Hibs tie is Bonnyrigg chairman’s reward for saving club

Bonnyrigg Rose chairman Charlie Kirkwood came on board when the club faced its darkest hour – now his reward for turning the Midlothian club’s fortunes around is seeing them face holders Hibs in the William Hill Scottish Cup this Saturday.

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Ewan Moyes (centre left) holds the Scottish Youth Cup alongside Patrick Deane after their victory over Rangers in 2009. Pic: TSPL

Bonnyrigg’s Ewan Moyes can’t wait for shot at ex-club Hibs

If fate had taken a different turn, Ewan Moyes could have been lining up for Hibs against Bonnyrigg Rose on Saturday in their William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie at Tynecastle.

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Bonnyrigg Rose saw off Dumbarton in the 3rd round. Picture; Robert Perry

Wrong date printed on thousands of Bonnyrigg Rose v Hibs tickets

FANS flocking to Bonnyrigg’s Scottish Cup clash with holders Hibs should take note of the date with destiny – after thousands of tickets were issued for the wrong day.

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Shaun Woodburn played for Bonnyrigg Rose.

Minute silence for Shaun Woodburn to be held at Junior games

The Scottish Junior Football Association has announced that there will be a minutes silence before all junior football games in the East Region as a mark of respect to Shaun Woodburn.

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Former Bonnyrigg Rose player Shaun Woodburn. Picture: contributed

Bonnyrigg Rose to wear commemorative strips to honour Shaun Woodburn

Officials from Bonnyrigg Rose are hoping to honour 30-year-old Shaun Woodburn by wearing a commemorative strip to pay tribute to the former player.

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Bonnyrigg manager Robbie Horn celebrates with Adam Nelson after they defeated Dumbarton earlier this month. Pic: Robert Perry

Bonnyrigg boss glad to have Hibs tie switched to Tynecastle

Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn last night expressed his delight after the SFA granted the Junior side’s wish by switching their plum William Hill Scottish Cup tie with Hibs to Tynecastle.

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