Juniors round-up: Broxburn to the four

Setback for Newtongrange hopes

By The Newsroom
Monday, 29th February 2016, 9:00 am
Updated Saturday, 5th March 2016, 4:05 am


Sauchie 2

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Broxburn Athletic 4

The visitors took grip of the game from the kick-off and opened the scoring in five minutes when Alexander Miller was brought down in the box and Kieron Anderson scored from the spot. Some great play seven minutes later sent Nicholas Locke down the right and he crossed for Anderson who scored his second. Broxburn almost made ir 3-0 on the half an hour when Dalrymple’s goalbound effort was helped on its way by Locke who was flagged offside. Sauchie pulled one back two minutes into the second half when Gary McCulloch let fly from 30 yards into the top right-hand corner with Maley stranded at his left-hand side. Sauchie levelled with eight minutes remaining when a ball from the right to the back post found substitute Callum Robertson who fired home. Broxburn were not finished and within three minutes a great ball down the right released Willems who crossed from the byeline to the back post and Locke headed home. Anderson scored his hat-trick in injury time outmuscling the defence and turning his shot in of the right hand post from just inside the box.

Sauchie: Harkness, McCulloch, Boyle (Dolan 46), Rodger (Robertson 76), Tully, Morgan, Flood, Morrison, Diack, Millar, Syme. Subs: Tapping, Duncan.

Broxburn Athletic: Maley, Willems, M Millar, J Miller, Rarity, Locke, McDonald (Scott 76), Young (Lochrie 78), A Miller, Dalrymple, Anderson. Subs: Nimmo, King.

Hill of Beath Hawthorn 2

Newtongrange Star 0

Hill of Beath started well and had the bulk of the first half, the only coming from Lewis McKenzie. Newtongrange came back strongly in the second half but, against the run of play, Ricki Dair doubled Hill Of Beath’s advantage.

Hill Of Beath: Gordon, Wells, McKay, Lumsden, Dair, Moffatt, Adamson, Leishman, Day, McKenzie, Smith. Subs: Millar, Smith, McGregor.

Newtongrange: Ke Renton, McManus, Tulloch, Tolmie, Dunn, Noble, Thomson, Cherrie, Kr Renton, King, Cropley. Subs: Coult, Murray, Wilson, McQueen.

St Andrews Utd 1

Penicuik Athletic 2

Penicuik finally ended their losing streak with a hard-earned victory. Aaron Somerville put Penicuik ahead in the 23rd minute when he slotted home after Young headed down a corner kick from Gay. The home side equalised 20 minutes into the second half through Craig Wedderburn, but Penicuik got the winner when David White knocked the ball home from close range.

St Andrews: Clarkson, McMullan, McInnes, Murdoch, Wedderburn, Sibanda, Patrick, Buchan, Mackie, Sturrock, Whitehead. Subs: Wilson, Deane, Cunningham, Brand.

Penicuik: Bejaoui, Young, Devlin, Liddell, White, Gay, Barr, Jancyzk, McCallum, Somerville, Listert.

premier league

Dundonald Bluebell 2

Haddington Athletic 0

Dundonald strengthened their position at the top of the table. There was not much between the teams. With 18-year-old rookie Nils Bleakley in goal, the Hi Hi gave as good as they got in the opening half hour but were made to pay for slack marking on the half hour when a throw-in from the right found Sean Grady in the box and the veteran turned quickly to shoot low into the bottom corner. Haddington should have equalised four minutes later from the penalty spot after Andrew Sinclair was fouled in the box but Bluebell keeper Lennon saved Paul Devlin’s effort. The hosts doubled their lead on 38 minutes when Grady again was given too much space to turn the ball in at the back post following a corner. Lennon was the home hero with good saves, foiling Haddington on a number of occasions in the second half in addition to his penalty save. Haddington debutant Shaun Hill was shown a red card four minutes from time, less than ten minutes after his introduction, following a rash challenge.

Dundonald: Lennon, McDonald, Hendry, Forbes, Mayne, Wallace, Lawrie, Orrock, Anthony, Meikle, Grady. Subs: Gilfillan, Hughes, Walton, Nutt, Young.

Haddington: Bleakley, Sproule, Ponton, Hume, Forbes, Inglis, Wright, Fairnie, Sinclair, Devlin, Berry. Subs: Hill, De Almeida, McPartlin, Martin.

Fife & Lothians Cup 2nd round

Bonnyrigg Rose 1

Bathgate Thistle 0

Top scorer Wayne McIntosh came off the bench to win this cup tie for Rose with a 94th minute header. It was tough on Thistle, who defended well throughout with Gavin McQuillan and Hafan Nyang outstanding. Rose domintaed but the much changed side could not convert. Fraser McLaren and Ross Drummond missed good opportunities in the first half.

Bonnyrigg: Andrews, Archibald, Brown, Kidd, Young, Hoskins, Gray, Horne, McLaren, Nelson, Drummond. Subs: Donaldson, Turner, McIntosh, McGachey, Rooney.

Bathgate: McQuillan, McIntosh, McGurk, McIsaac, Nyang, Baird, McLeod, Hutton, Jaconelli, Easton, Harris. Subs: Young, Minnock, Nicol, McDonald, Malone.