Super League champions Bonnyrigg Rose will face local rivals Newtongrange Star in the final of the Fife and Lothians Cup next week after they knocked out Linlithgow Rose 4-1 at New Dundas Park tonight.
Bonnyrigg Rose boss Robbie Horn reckons more clubs will fancy their chances of Super League title success this season with big-spending Kelty Hearts having made the move to the East of Scotland league.
Bonnyrigg remain firmly in the race to retain the Super League title after this their 6-0 demolition of Broughty Athletic, the highlight being a hat-trick from striker Sean Jamieson in only nine minutes of a pulsating second half.
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.
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.
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.