Mine shaft discovery under Bo'ness United pitch delays work on new 3G surface

Bo’ness United face the disruptive prospect of being unable to play home games at Newtown Park during the opening weeks of next season.

David Weatherston has previewed the World Cup competitors. He is an ambassador for Support in Mind Scotland. Picture John Devlin.

World Cup 2018: David Weatherston’s preview

The greatest show on earth is upon us today when Russia kick off against Saudi Arabia.

View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

One of the lucky ones, sports writer Ian MacLean is the only member of the Johnston Press Weeklies Sport department to follow Scotland at a World Cup.
Linlithgow Academy beat Banff to win the Senior Girls Scottish Shield (pic by Scottish Schools Football Association)

Linlithgow girls do town proud with national Shield triumph

Linlithgow Academy’s senior girls are national champions after a five-star showing in the Scottish Shield final last Thursday.

Linlithgow Rose members have voted to join the junior exodus to the East of Scotland League

End of an era as Linlithgow Rose move to quit juniors

Linlithgow Rose have confirmed their intention to quit the junior ranks and apply for membership of the Eats of Scotland League.

Linlithgow Rose and the rest of the junior clubs are facing an uncertain future

Linlithgow Rose to consult fans over future direction of club

Linlithgow Rose fans will get the chance to have their say on the best way forward for the club as part of any shake-up of the junior game.

Neil Lennon's Hibernian side will play Linlithgow Rose at Prestonfield on June 30.

Linlithgow Rose to host Hibernian in pre-season friendly

Linlithgow Rose will welcome Premiership side Hibernian to Prestonfield for a prestigious friendly match next month.

Tommy Coyne scores the only goal of Saturday's win over Lochee

Coyne on target as Linlithgow defeat Lochee again

A Tommy Coyne strike was enough to give Linlithgow Rose victory over Lochee United for the second time in the space of a few weeks.

The four divisions have seen an increase in footfall. Picture: Alan Murray

Surge in football attendances at SPFL grounds

More people than ever before are watching Scottish football.

Gary Thom celebrates after scoring Linlithgow's third in their win at Camelon (pic by Michael Gillen)

Linlithgow boss Bradley says title is Bonnyrigg’s to lose

Linlithgow Rose switch focus to the cup on Saturday when they travel to face Lochee United in the East of Scotland Cup third round.

Blair Batchelor scores Linlithgow's second at Camelon (pic by Michael Gillen)

Linlithgow cut Bonnyrigg lead to single point with win at Camelon

Linlithgow Rose kept up the pressure on title rivals Bonnyrigg with a fine win at Camelon on Wednesday night.

Linlithgow's Colin Strickland (half hidden) heads home the third goal.

Linlithgow ease to comfortable win over Broxburn

Linlithgow Rose picked up three valuable points in the title race with a 4-1 win over Broxburn Athletic at Prestonfield on Saturday.

Linliinthgow were unable to find a way past the Broughty defence until Gary Thom's 80th minute winner (pic by Sean Dee Photography).

Linlithgow close gap on leaders Bonnyrigg with vital victory

Linlithgow Rose maintained their title hopes with another vital Superleague win at Broughty to close the gap on leaders Bonnyrigg.

Bo'ness United manager Steve Kerrigan

Bo'ness United to stick in junior football for time being

Bo’ness United are in favour of quitting junior football for the senior ranks, but they have NOT followed Superleague rivals Camelon Juniors’ lead by applying to join the East of Scotland League.

Former Linlithgow man Ross Gray, who scored Bonnyrigg's second, is challenged by Blair Batchelor and Luke Whelan.

Linlithgow title hopes hit by Bonnyrigg defeat

Linlithgow Rose’s title challenge suffered a major setback as they lost the ‘War of the Roses’ at Prestonfield on Saturday.

Blair Batchelor was Rose's match winner at Hill of Beath on Saturday. (pic by Kayem Photography)

Linlithgow star Batchelor ready to meet Bonnyrigg challenge

Linlithgow Rose star Blair Batchelor believes victory over Bonnyrigg Rose on 
Saturday could be an ideal platform for a title charge.

Linlithgow Rose boss Mark Bradley

Hill of Beath test is only match that matters for Linlithgow boss

Linlithgow Rose boss Mark Bradley says Saturday’s match with Hill of Beath is his side’s “most important match of the season”.

Roddy MacLennan's goal against Dundonald was the pick of the bunch for boss Mark Bradley

Linlithgow boss Bradley delighted with Dundonald victory

Linlithgow Rose boss Mark Bradley was a happy man after seeing his side return to winning ways against Dundonald Bluebell last week.

Luke Whelan came on as a second-half substitute for Linlithgow

Linlithgow back on winning track with Dundonald win

Linlithgow Rose got back to winning ways as they closed the gap on fellow title chasers Dundonald Bluebell last Saturday.

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