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Auchinleck 1 Linlithgow 0: Cup dream is over for Rose

Linlithgow Rose's hopes of a fifth Scottish Junior Cup triumph were ended by Auchinleck Talbot on Saturday.

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Tommy Coyne tries to find a way through the Auchinleck defence during Saturdays first leg

Linlithgow boss calls for cool heads in semi-final showdown

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden believes discipline could be a key factor on whether his side make the Scottish Junior Cup final.

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Boness United manager Allan McGonigal is promising that a fair chunk of the current playing squad will be binned this summer after recent poor performances

Bo'ness United manager McGonigal: we need a clearout

Embattled Bo’ness United boss Allan McGonigal is promising a clearout of players this summer, with around 10 stars expected to leave the club.

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Kevin Thomson is giving back to the game which made him a star

Behind the scenes at Kevin Thomson’s new Academy set-up in Bo’ness

It’s easy sometimes to lose faith in football. It can fill sports pages with mega-money transfer deals and make millionaires of players and agents. A global game of superstars and fast cars. Well.....not necessarily.

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Tommy Coyne has hit 13 goals in Roses run to the Scottish Junior Cup semi-finals

Linlithgow star Coyne ‘touch and go’ for Auchinleck match

Striker Tommy Coyne is facing a race against time to be fit for Linlithgow Rose’s Scottish Junior Cup semi-final with Auchinleck Talbot.

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Allan McGonigal remains very keen for Bo'ness United to quit junior football and join the Lowland League

Bo'ness boss McGonigal remains keen on Lowland League switch

Bo’ness United manager Allan McGonigal remains optimistic that his club will quit the junior ranks for a crack at the Lowland League.

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Bo'ness United manager Allan McGonigal

Bo'ness United bid to exit junior football

Bo’ness United are hoping to exit junior football and join the Lowland League in a bid to ultimately take their place in senior football.

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KT’s turnstile gives kids access to unique football education

KT’s turnstile gives kids access to unique football education

It’s easy sometimes to lose faith in football. It can fill sports pages with mega-money transfer deals and make millionaires of players and agents. A global game of superstars and fast cars. That’s football, right? Well.....not necessarily.

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Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden

Linlithgow boss relishing cup derby clash with Bo’ness

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden says Saturday’s cup tie with Bo’ness United is the best game his side could have after losing to Penicuik.

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Action from Saturday's match

Video: Linlithgow Rose 0 Penicuik 2

Linlithgow Rose’s home groans continued as they went down 2-0 to Penicuik Athletics at Prestonfield on Saturday.

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Chris Martin was Scotland's late hero. Picture by Michael Gillen.

Scotland 1 Slovenia 0: Late goal relief for Tartan Army

Much improved Scotland got out of jail as they clinched their ‘must-win’ World Cup Qualifier with Slovenia through a late goal from Chris Martin.

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Celebrations after Kevin Kelbies goal for Linlithgow against Gartcairn on Saturday. (pic by Alan Murray)

Back to league business for Linlithgow after cup exploits

Linlithgow Rose return to league business on Saturday when they welcome second-placed Penicuik Athletic to Prestonfield.

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Linlithgow were comprehensive winners over Gartcairn

Video: Linlithgow Rose hit seven in Scottish Junior Cup romp

Linlithgow Rose were in seventh heaven as they blasted their way past Gartcairn into the semi-finals of the Scottish Junior Cup.

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The Linlithgow players celebrate their second goal at Maryhill on Saturday (pic by Jamie Forbes)

Linlithgow boss not taking Gartcairn for granted

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden is taking nothing for granted as his side prepare to face minnows Gartcairn in the Scottish Junior Cup.

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Tommy Coyne nets in Linlithgow Rose's win over Maryhill.

Rose boss hails Coyne’s 250-goal Linlithgow landmark

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden has hailed striker Tommy Coyne’s achievement in amassing over 250 goals for the club.

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Tommy Coyne is hoping to help fire Linlithgow Rose into the Scottish Junior Cup last eight

Groundhog Day as Linlithgow Rose again get set for Maryhill tie

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden admitted he feels like he’s in “Groundhog Day” as his side once again prepare to face Maryhill.

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Stewart Regan, Chief Executive; Andrew McKinlay, Chief Operating Officer, Scottish Football Association and David Little, Chief Executive, Scottish Youth Football Association appeared before the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee to give evidence on Child Protection in sport  Pic: Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

488 youth football coaches suspended over disclosure checks

Hundreds of Scottish youth football coaches and officials have been suspended for failing to complete comprehensive background checks.

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Linlithgow Rose hope to have a cup win to celebrate on Saturday

Linlithgow Rose hoping to get over ’Hill at third attempt

Linlithgow Rose will hope for third time lucky with their twice-postponed Scottish Junior Cup tie at Maryhill rearranged for this Saturday.

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Rob Roy have already knocked out two East Superleague sides in Musselburgh and Penicuik

Junior Cup: quarter-final draw throws up cup crackers

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy will travel to face Bonnyrigg Rose in what looks the plum tie of the Scottish Junior Cup quarter-finals.

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Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden

Linlithgow boss says cup places at stake for his players against Carnoustie

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden has challenged his players to show they deserve the chance to fire the club to Scottish Junior Cup glory.

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