Bo'ness United

Bo'ness United

Bo’ness boss hails character of his team after win at Broxburn

Bo’ness United manager Allan McGonigal will happily grind out victories if it means his side are challenging for the Super League title come the end of the season.

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Allan McGonigal and Will Snowdon 250th

Will Snowdon’s 300th celebration at Bo’ness falls flat

Games between Bo’ness and Camelon in the past have been full of passion, fight and endeavour. Sadly Saturday’s match against Camelon fell far short of any of these.

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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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A jubilant Bo'ness side celebrate their 5-1 East of 'Scotland Cup victory. Pic: Alan Murray

Bo’ness captain wants more silverware after EoS Cup win

Stand-in Bo’ness United captain Stuart Hunter believes their East of Scotland Cup victory can spur the Newtown Park men onto more glory next season.

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Will Snowdon has been nine years with Bo'ness

Ending Bo’ness cup drought is Will Snowdon’s target

Experienced Bo’ness United defender Will Snowdon only had fond memories of cup finals prior to his arrival at Newtown Park nine years ago.

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Linlithgow Rose's jubilant players join Colin Strickland after he put the Prestonfield side 2-0 up on Bo'ness. 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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