Musselburgh Athletic

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Be shrewd and follow Iain Jardine’s stayer at Musselburgh

Shrewd was a real star for Iain Jardine last year and the gelding can kick off another successful campaign by winning the Totepool Queen’s Cup (3.35) at Musselburgh tomorrow.

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Matti King is one of the more experienced players at Olivebank

Preventing cheap goals is the key for Musselburgh Athletic

Musselburgh Athletic striker Matti King believes the Olivebank side must stop conceding sloppy goals if they are to climb the Super League standings.

Lower Leagues
Broxburn's Scott McNaughton tries to turn past Newtongrange's Sean Lally. Pic: David Lamb

Newtongrange Star boss remains upbeat despite Broxburn comeback

Newtongrange Star boss Stevie McLeish feels his side are going in the right direction, despite surrendering a two-goal half-time lead as they missed out on the chance to get off the foot of the table.

Lower Leagues
Adam Nelson

Bonnyrigg grind out a vital three points

Super League champions Bonnyrigg had to dig deep into their character to see off the challenge of a well organised Musselburgh side who held out until the 80th minute when a strike from Adam Nelson decided the result.

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Musselburgh's Michael Moffat is challenged by Ben Anthony, right. Pic: Toby Williams

Musselburgh are masters of own downfall against Dundonald

Musselburgh Athletic boss Calvin Shand bemoaned his side’s performance as they suffered their first home defeat of the season and put it down to a “bad day at the office”.

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Keiron Renton began his career at Blackburn Rovers and  also played for Elgin. Pic: TSPL

Keiron Renton: I couldn’t turn down return to Musselburgh

Keiron Renton couldn’t refuse the offer of a return to Musselburgh Athletic when Calvin Shand came calling in the summer.

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