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Results 2008-9

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Date

Opponents

Result

Scorers

Competition

19th Jul 08

Kinnoull

4  -  3

Paliczka, Laidlaw, Stewart, Elliot

Friendly

22nd Jul

Penicuik

Postponed

Draw

Andy Kelly Trophy

24th Jul

Dalkeith

2  -  1

.

Andy Kelly Trophy

26th Jul

Newtongrange

1  -  7

Elliot

Andy Kelly Trophy

2nd Aug

Pollock

1  -  2

Laidlaw

Friendly

9th Aug

Linlithgow

0  -  4

.

League Cup

13th Aug

Dalkeith

Postponed

Now 18th Aug

League Cup

16th Aug

Pumpherston

4  -  0

Flannery (2), Hamilton, Laidlaw

League Cup

18th Aug

Dalkeith

4  -  1

Paliczka (3), Laidlaw

League Cup

20th Aug

Edinburgh Utd

Postponed

Now 25th Aug

League Cup

23rd Aug

Broxburn

2  -  2

Paliczka, Brigain

League Cup

30th Aug

Bathgate

2  -  1

Paliczka, Walker

Super League

6th Sep

Lochee Utd

2  -  0

Paliczka, Howat

Super League

13th Sep

Kelty Hearts

3  -  1

Howat (2), Burrell

Super League

20th Sep

Whitburn

Postponed

Postponed due to Fire

Super League

27th Sep

Bankfoot

2  -  1

Paliczka, Flannery

East of Scotland Cup

4th  Oct

Livingston Utd

Postponed

Postponed Waterlogged Pitch

Scottish Cup

11th Oct

Livingston Utd

7  -  1

Flannery (2), Walker (2), Brigain (2), Paliczka

Scottish Cup

18th Oct

Glenrothes

2  -  2

Flannery, Hamilton

Super League

25th Oct

Forfar West End

0  -  4

.

Super League

1st Nov

St Andrews

2  -  2

? , Campbell

Scottish Cup

8th Nov

St Andrews

4  -  2

McCaul, Morrice, Burrell, Hamilton

Scottish Cup Replay

15th Nov

Camelon

3  -  1

Bracks, Brigain, Flannery

Super League

22nd Nov

Boness

3  -  1

Brigain, Burrell, Paliczka

East of Scotland Cup

29th Nov

Ballingry

Postponed

Postponed pitch frozen

Scottish Cup

6th Dec

Ballingry

Postponed

Postponed pitch frozen

Scottish Cup

13th Dec

Ballingry

Postponed

Postponed pitch flooded

Scottish Cup

20th Dec

Ballingry

0  -  3

.

Scottish Cup

27th Dec

Boness

1  -  2

.

Super League

3rd Jan

Linlithgow

 

Postponed

Postponed pitch frozen

Super League

10th Jan

Hill 'O' Beath

3  -  0

Flannery (2), Walker

Super League

17th Jan

Linlithgow

1  -  0

Flannery

Super League

24th Jan

 Tayport

Postponed

Postponed

Super League

31st Jan

Kelty

0  -  3

 

Super League

7th Feb

Blackburn

 

Postponed

Postponed

Fife & Lothian Cup

14th Feb

Blackburn

3  -  1

Thomson, McKenna, Howat

Fife & Lothian Cup

21st Feb

Hill O Beath

1  -  1

Dunn

Super League

28th Feb

Linlithgow

3  -  1

Flannery (2), 

Hamilton

Super League

7th Mar

Bo'ness

1  -  1

Hamilton

Super League

 14th Mar

Forfar West End

1  -  2

Flannery

Super League

21st Mar

Tayport

1  -  0

Hamilton

Super League

 28th Mar

Dundonald

2  -  0

Howat, Walker

East of Scotland Cup

 4th Apr 

Whitburn

2  -  2

McKenna, Grady

Super League

11th Apr 

Glenrothes

3  -  1

Brigain, Noble, Grady

Super League

15th Apr 

Camelon

1  -  2

Morrice 

Super League

18th Apr

Whitburn

2  -  0

 

Fife & Lothian Cup

25th Apr

Broughty Ferry

 

1  -  1(5 - 3 pen)

Hamilton

East of Scotland Cup

28th Apr

Preston

1  -  0

Bracks

Friendly

2nd May

Bathgate

2  -  1

Howat, Burrell

Super League

6th May

Whitburn

3  -  2

Hamilton (3)

Super League

9th May

Lochee

4 -  0

Brigain (3), Howat

Super League

11th May

Livingston

5 -  1

Brigain (3), Howat (2)

MJM Flooring Cup

16th May

Tayport

1 -  1

 o.g

Super League

23rd May

Boness

1 -  1

15 - 16(pens)

 Brigain (pen)

MJM Flooring Cup

28th May

Glenrothes

0  -  3

 

East of Scotland Cup

2nd Jun

Whitburn

 

1  -  3

 

MJM Flooring Cup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 ALAN (WINDY) MILLER, Manager of Bonnyrigg Rose
Alan says on getting the Bonnyrigg job
NEW Bonnyrigg Rose boss Alan Miller insisted today that Pat Glynn will be a tough act to follow at New Dundas Park – but vowed to give it his best shot.
Miller, a former Bonnyrigg captain, enjoyed a glittering spell as a player with Rose winning five trophies in four years , including the club's last league championship, and he's determined to do his best to bring back those glory days.
However, Miller is under no illusions as to the size of the task ahead of him or the difficulty he'll have in following in the footsteps of one of the junior game's longest-serving managers.
But he's promising Rose fans, who had their first season without a trophy for a number of years last term, that he'll give it his all.
"Being manager of Bonnyrigg Rose is a major job but it's one that I really can't wait to get started on," said Miller.
"I've been at the club as a player so I know there is far more expectation than there was at Edinburgh.
"Pat Glynn is going to be a tough act to follow as the man was there for 12 years and he did a fantastic job during that time. He's very well respected at the club and he should be rewarded for what he achieved."
An impressive late season revival saw Bonnyrigg achieve a respectable finish and while Miller didn't want to be drawn on whether his side could win the division in his first season in charge he admitted he hoped to be there or thereabouts.
"First and foremost we need to start better than last season because they put themselves under pressure," he said. "I'm not going to be saying things like 'we hope to win it' but I would want the club to challenge. We will certainly be hoping to challenge and a club like Bonnyrigg should be challenging. If we aren't then it will be a disappointing season.
"The Super League is a really competitive league and I'm looking forward to working with that standard of player. I know some of the players but it will take a few weeks to settle in and then we'll look to kick on."
While Miller is excited at landing one of the biggest jobs in East Region junior football, he conceded that it was still a hard decision to sever ties with Edinburgh United.
The Paties Road outfit have made all sorts of improvements off the pitch over the last couple of seasons and Miller predicted a bright future for the Capital's only junior side.
"I want to thank Edinburgh United for what was a fantastic four and a half years," he said.
"During that time the infrastructure of that club has improved significantly and I don't think it's very far away from seeing the results of that improvement.
"The opportunity to manage Bonnyrigg doesn't come along very often – it's not been vacant for 12 years – and, as an ex-player, if I had turned it down I would have regretted it. I just had to go."

Come on the Rose