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Junior Cup: Linlithgow aim to pull off ‘tactical masterstroke’

Linlithgow Rose assistant manager Steven Hislop has demanded that his players stand up and be counted as he warned they’ll be entering a “lions’ den” at Auchinleck Talbot’s Beechwood Park in the second leg of their Scottish Junior Cup semi-final.

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Jamie McKenzie is looking to shake off a back injury for tomorrows first leg

Auchinleck tie chance to win back Linlithgow fans – McKenzie

With the backing of a large home support, Linlithgow Rose defender Jamie McKenzie hopes the Prestonfield men can defy their underdogs tag by taking the scalp of Auchinleck Talbot in the first leg of their Scottish Junior Cup semi-final.

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Linlithgow Rose manager Todd Lumsden

Juniors: Linlithgow hope cup tie will beat freeze second time round

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden hopes they won’t be frozen out once more as they bid for a last-32 place in the Scottish Junior Cup.

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Linlithgow Rose were sent out of the Scottish Cup by Stirling Albion. Pic: Neil Hanna

Linlithgow’s Scottish Cup deserts them against Stirling

There will be no repeat of last season’s historic William Hill Scottish Cup run after Linlithgow Rose suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of League Two opponents Stirling Albion.

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Graham Weir celebrates scoring against Forfar last season

Scottish Cup: Graham Weir will play through pain for Lithgae

Linlithgow Rose’s Graham Weir is prepared to play through the pain barrier to help spur the Prestonfield club on another memorable William Hill Scottish Cup run.

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David McGlynn looks back with fondness at Linlithgow Rose's Scottish Cup run last season. Pic: Michael Gillen

David McGlynn: Right time to quit ‘poisonous’ Linlithgow atmosphere

David McGlynn has revealed he left his post as manager of Linlithgow Rose because the expectation levels at the club were too high amid a “poisonous” atmosphere.

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Linlithgow Rose manager David McGlynn has left the club. Picture: Scott Louden

David McGlynn resigns as Linlithgow Rose boss

David McGlynn last night resigned as Linlithgow Rose manager, ending a 16-month spell in charge at Prestonfield.

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Ex-Rose keeper Ally Adams embraces new chapter with Tranent

Ex-Rose keeper Ally Adams embraces new chapter with Tranent

Tranent goalkeeper Ally Adams has vowed to knuckle down and concentrate purely on football after a sour ending to his time with Linlithgow Rose.

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Graham Weir

Graham Weir: I’ll never forget Rose goal for my grandfather

An emotional Graham Weir dedicated his goal in Linlithgow Rose’s 2-1 Scottish Cup victory at Threave Rovers to his grandfather, who had passed away on the morning of the match, and to his brother who died a year ago.

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David McGlynn and Kevin Kelbie who scored in extra time to set up the fifth-round tie against Ross County last season

Scottish Cup: It was ‘fantasy football’ says Linlithgow boss David McGlynn

Linlithgow Rose boss David McGlynn would love to repeat last season’s stunning William Hill Scottish Cup run all over again, but he reckons it’s fantasy.

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No. 6 Jack Beaumont is congratulated after scoring Linlithgows second

Linlithgow clinical but Star blast referee

A controversial late penalty secured Linlithgow Rose all three points against Newtongrange as boss David McGlynn hailed his players for showing a different side to their play.

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Substitute Graham Weir, left, celebrates after scoring Linlithgow's third. Picture: Toby Williams

We’ll only get better, insists Linlithgow boss David McGlynn

Linlithgow Rose boss David McGlynn believes his side have yet to hit top gear as they recorded their third victory in a week with a 4-1 triumph over Lochee – and insists they can only get better.

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Colin Leiper says under-fire boss David McGlynn deserves some slack. Pic: Greg Macvean

Linlithgow Rose have to win silverware, says Colin Leiper

Linlithgow Rose defender Colin Leiper insists the club simply have to win silverware this season to appease their frustrated supporters who have gone without glory for three years.

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Penicuik Athletic manager Johnny Harvey has been buoyed by his team's performances since the Super League campaign started. Pic: Greg Macvean

Harvey aims for fortress Penicuik Park as Lithgae come calling

Johnny Harvey wants to make Penicuik Park a place visiting teams fear, starting with tomorrow’s Super League clash against Linlithgow Rose.

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Linlithgow Roses jubilant players join Colin Strickland after he put the Prestonfield side 2-0 up on Boness. Pic: Craig Halkett

Linlithgow’s Tommy Coyne glad to break his Bo’ness duck

Linlithgow Rose striker Tommy Coyne has had to wait a long time for a goal against their local rivals, but he ended his barren run against Bo’ness in style with a double to keep the Prestonfield outfit in the Super League title race.

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