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Reindeer event returns to Newtown Park

Tickets are now on sale for the Reindeer At The Park Christmas event at Newtown Park.Reindeer At The Park is an exclusive opportunity for the community of Bo’ness to be… Read More

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Get a kick out of life

It’s best known as the home of Bo’ness United.  But these days it is much, much more than that.Newtown Park is a field of dreams for scores of people who play… Read More

What's On This Week

Friday December 15

Bo'ness Under 20s (away cup match)

Saturday December 16

Gretna v Bo'ness United (3.00)

Bo'ness Athletic v Coldstream (2.30)

Home and Away

0–2
Bo’ness United
Tranent

A goal late in each half gave Tranent all the points and saw Bo’ness United lose their third game in a row while dropping to fifth place in the… show more >

A goal late in each half gave Tranent all the points and saw Bo’ness United lose their third game in a row while dropping to fifth place in the table, (writes John Spowart). 

Bo’ness competed well in a frantic first half and had a good early chance, with Lewis McArthur heading over from a Tom Grant corner. 

There was action at both ends, but five minutes before half time it was Tranent who made the breakthrough when a low cross from Dean Brett went beyond the far post where Broque Watson had space to sidefoot his shot into the net.

Tranent upped their game in the second half and Bo’ness struggled to make an impact. They did get forward at times but were unable to convert, and lost a second goal in time added on. From a throw deep inside their own half, Bo’ness were unable to clear and the ball was played into the box where Cammy Ross was quickest, nipping in to slot into the empty net.   

Bo'ness: Dibaga, Irving, Macaulay, Travis, McArthur, Gemmell (Henderson 74), Stenhouse, Foster, Dalziel (Johnston 60), Grant (Mooney 60). Porteous. Subs (not used): Stevenson, Malcolm, Kennedy SG Ritchie


 

3–5
Dalkeith Thistle
Bo'ness Athletic

Bo'ness Athletic came out on top in an eight-goal thriller despite playing the entire second half with only 10 men after having a player… show more >

Bo'ness Athletic came out on top in an eight-goal thriller despite playing the entire second half with only 10 men after having a player dismissed.

Athletic looked to have the game sewn up when they scored three goals in as many minutes, scored by Blair Woodburn, Chris Ogilvie and Michel Weir. And they went further ahead when Weir scored his second of the game.

Thistle pulled a goal back before Ryan Robertson restored Athletic's four-goal lead, but the red card before half-time gave Thistle at least a glimmer of hope.

The home side did manage to make their numerical advantage count after the break, pulling back two goals, but Athletic held out for the win.

3–0
Bo'ness Under-20s
Linlithgow Rose

Bo'ness United Under 20s battled to an impressive win over Linlithgow Rose on Friday night.A brilliant 20-yard effort from Paul Manlove gave the… show more >

Bo'ness United Under 20s battled to an impressive win over Linlithgow Rose on Friday night.

A brilliant 20-yard effort from Paul Manlove gave the Under-20s the lead in the 27th minute, and further goals after the break from Callum Waugh and Cole Johnston sealed victory.