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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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.

Bo'ness beat Linlithgow on the way to winning the East of Scotland Cup last year

Tranent await winners of Linlithgow v Bo’ness cup derby

A trip to Tranent awaits the winners of the DJ Laing East Of Scotland Cup second round derby clash between Linlithgow Rose and Bo’ness United.

Linlithgow will face another West side in Maryhill following their win over Blantyre Vics.

Rose will have to get over ’Hill in next round

Glasgow side Maryhill Juniors stand between Linlithgow Rose and a place in the last eight of this year’s Scottish Junior Cup.

The winners of the replay between Bonnyrigg Rose and Kilsyth Rangers will face Petershill

Scottish Junior Cup fifth round draw

The draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Junior Cup has thrown up some fascinating ties.

Tommy Coyne netted twice in Linlithgow Roses 4-0 win over Blantyre Vics

Linlithgow switch focus from cup glory to league points

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden has told his squad to forget all about their bid for Scottish Junior Cup glory for the moment.

Kilsyth defender Mark Tyrell knows Bonnyrigg Rose well from his time at Linlithgow

Linlithgow legend Tyrell faces old foes with Kilsyth Rangers

Kilsyth Rangers defender Mark Tyrell thought his days of taking on top East Region sides were over when he switched to his local side from Linlithgow Rose during the summer.

Any faint Bo'ness title hopes ended when they lost to Kelty Hearts last time out

Bo’ness United boss looks to future by giving youngsters their chance

The new year may have only arrived recently but Bo’ness United boss Allan McGonigal is already looking ahead to next season.

Linlithgow boss Todd Lumsden

Linlithgow Rose boss wary of Blantyre cup threat

Linlithgow Rose face their biggest game of the season on Saturday when they take on Blantyre Vics in the Scottish Junior Cup fourth round.

Frustration for Rose boss Todd Lumsden during Saturdays draw with Jeanfield Swifts

Linlithgow Rose boss Lumsden looks to leapfrog Musselburgh

Linlithgow Rose boss Todd Lumsden admitted this week that his side’s opening performance of 2017 simply wasn’t good enough.

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