In Pictures: Highs and lows of Bo'ness United's 2019-20 Premier Division title win

Bo'ness United have been declared winners of the 2019-20 East of Scotland League Premier Division, which was uncompleted due to coronavirus.

Monday, 4th May 2020, 9:22 am
Updated Monday, 4th May 2020, 9:24 am
An exciting early season win for Boness at Newtongrange Star bode well for the season ahead.

Having been confirmed as champions after an overwhelming 37 out of 30 clubs voted to end the season and award placings on a points per game basis, Bo’ness have all but guaranteed promotion to the Lowland League for next season.

For this to be 100 per cent certain, the BUs need to have a licence to join this division granted at an SFA AGM in June.

This would put them in tier five of the Scottish football pyramid, just one level below Ladbrokes League Two.

An exciting early season win for Boness at Newtongrange Star bode well for the season ahead.

Here, we pay tribute to the champions by profiling six matches which illustrated the highs and lows of their title win under manager Max Christie, which saw Bo'ness win 14, draw five and lose two of their 21 league fixtures.

Tranent were seen off at Newtown Park as the BUs further signalled their intentions of topping the table come the end of the season.
This was an important home point against title rivals Broxburn Athletic.
Boness gained the derby bragging rights at home to local rivals Linlithgow Rose.
The BUs suffered a shock home reverse to strugglers Whitehill Welfare
Boness had a home success over Dundonald Bluebell on February 8, their last league win before the season ended prematurely.