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Tweedmouth Rangers FC
MATCHDAY programmes will be available to purchase on the gate tomorrow, priced at Β£2 for our South Challenge Cup 1st round tie v Dunbar United FC πŸ”΅πŸŸ‘πŸ† ... See MoreSee Less
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Tweedmouth Rangers FC
πŸ”ΆNew Signing πŸ”· The club is delighted to announce the signing of Stephen Mason. The experienced goalkeeper has spent most of his career at Spittal Rovers but joins us from Berwick Colts. Many thanks to Michael and Jordan at the Colts for making it a smooth transfer. Welcome to the club Stephen πŸ”΅πŸŸ‘ ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ”œ Next up we welcome, Dunbar United FC to Old Shielfield in the 1st round of the South Challenge Cup. Kick off 2.30pm. We look forward to welcoming you all. πŸ”΅πŸŸ‘ πŸ† ... See MoreSee Less
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For this season Aesthetics by Claire will sponsor Craig Colquhoun’s away shirt. Thank you for your support. πŸ”ΆπŸ”· ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ”œ We welcome East of Scotland Division 1 outfit Dunbar United FC to Old Shielfield this Saturday in the South Challenge Cup 1st Round. πŸ”΅πŸŸ‘ ... See MoreSee Less
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TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 1 WHITBURN 5For the second time in five days Tweedmouth lost a game in the second half, but this time, against tougher opponents, they did not have a commanding interval lead. That each of Whitburn's five goals was scored by a different player gives some indication of the team's strength and versatility.FIRST HALFHaar hung over the pitch for most of the first half but both goals were clearly visible from the centre spot.Rangers' Rhys Bloomfield and Michael Robinson both saw early scoring attempts sail over the bar. Likewise, Andrew Thomson and Darren Liddell for the visitors. Home goalkeeper Stephen Mason, replacing Niall Frampton, about to try his luck in Italian soccer, slapped away Thomson's cross cum shot before it could curl in by his left post and then knocked what was definitely a cross from Ross Crawford on to the opposite post.In the 20th minute, the ball spun off Bloomfield's left foot in the wrong direction as he tried to convert Regan Graham's chip. Three minutes later, after smart work from the Portuguese pair of Joao Vieira and Melvin Sebastian, Robinson rolled the ball between keeper Daniel Potts and the upright to give Tweedmouth the lead.Obvious frustration was beginning to show both within the Whitburn team and the visiting support. Due to several players' unavailability for this game, Rangers had some reshuffling to do, notably Jack Forster moving back to partner Evan Smith in central defence, the pair regularly breaking up away attacks. It was only Potts' hand which denied Tweedmouth a second goal after Robinson raced up the right to supply Craig Colquhoun backing up through the middle.Whitburn managed to level ten minutes from drinks when Reece Boyle knocked in a corner. Mason came out to stop Reece Duncan getting another away goal leaving Rangers looking good value for going in level at half time.SECOND HALFTwo quick goals after the turnaround set the West Lothian side on the way to victory. Jack Henderson netted after the ball was flicked forward from the left. Then, though Mason disrupted Darren Tomaszewski's cross, the ball fell handily for Liddell to tap it in.The hosts were unlucky when Bloomfield struck the post after Graham put him through and then Graham himself connected with Colquhoun's perfect cross but not in the direction intended.Back upfield, Crawford increased the lead on the hour. During half time in the Berwick Rangers v East Stirlingshire game on neighbouring Shielfield, some curious spectators peered over the fence and saw Duncan getting Whitburn's final goal.There were still 23 minutes to go in which Tweedmouth worked hard to try to score again. Now it was substitute keeper Jack Wilsdon’s foot which frustrated Bloomfield and, as he dived, it was his hands which pushed away Jay Atkinson's shot for a corner. When these two next came into close contact, as the game entered stoppage time, Wilsdon was outside his area when he handled the ball and, as last man, was shown a straight red. Drew Cummings took the free kick but it swerved away from target.SUMMARYThe level of intensity at which Whitburn can play will cause problems for a lot of teams in Tweedmouth's division. This result maintains their current 100% League record. They may well have some easier games than this one.Tweedmouth Rangers: Mason, Deans ( Atkinson 64 ), Forster, Smith, Vieira, Sebastian, D.Cummings, Graham ( capt. ), Colquhoun, Robinson, Bloomfield ( Gillon* 74 )*Yellow cardReferee: Iain Gallagher Attendance: 42 ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ”΅ MATCHDAY πŸŸ‘πŸ†š Whitburn Junior FCπŸ† EOSFL Division 2πŸ“ Old Shielfield ⏰ 2.30pm KO🎟 PATG Β£4 Adult, Under 16’s go free. #TRFC #dontstopbelieving ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ”œ Tomorrow we return to league action vs Whitburn Junior FC πŸ”΅πŸŸ‘ ... See MoreSee Less
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TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 4 EDINBURGH SOUTH 5Following a brilliant first half, a disastrous second saw Tweedmouth Rangers eliminated from the East of Scotland Qualifying Cup at the first hurdle.FIRST HALFThere was only one team in it as Tweedmouth swept into what should have been an unassailable 4-0 lead. They twice came close to scoring inside the opening 20 minutes. Michael Robinson's low cross meant for Regan Graham was kicked away for a corner before Rangers' captain could reach it whilst the ball skimmed the far post when Craig Colquhoun hit Drew Cummings' accurate crossfield pass on the run.Jack Forster put Robinson through for the first goal, the referee indicating that in spite of South's shouts to the contrary, he was definitely onside. Graham took advantage of a defensive error to make it 2-0 in the 28th minute. Five minutes later, Joao Vieira hooked the skipper's corner into the net and, a minute from the interval, Robinson, played in by Colquhoun, snatched his second of the night.Edinburgh's best effort was a ferocious flyer from Declan Quinn which almost scraped the top of the post but for the most part, the visitors' play was disjointed with a number of passes ending up in touch.SECOND HALFWhatever was said during Edinburgh's half time pep talk certainly worked as they went on to turn the tables on Tweedmouth. They received an immediate boost when Quinn cut the arrears off the post literally seconds into the new half. He grabbed a second on 55 minutes after careless play from the hosts but was soon forced to leave the field with what appeared to be a serious hand injury.William Scott turned to hit a bouncer over the bar and Niall Frampton made a double save from former Berwick Ranger Ross Brady as South continued to press.Home nerves could have been calmed when Cummings outpaced the cover but fired wide of the post as Gilpin came out to meet him.Receiving a pass from a free kick, Scott again turned to strike and this time was successful thus reducing Rangers' lead to a single goal.The 72nd minute equaliser was controversial. A stramash inside the goal area followed a corner. To the surprise of the defenders, the referee decided that at some point the ball had crossed the line. Scott Siegel claimed it as his goal.Six minutes later, Scott paved the way for Brady's fine finish, prompting jubilation amongst the visiting ranks. There was more drama to come. Edinburgh South coach Keith McLeod, who wasn't playing, was sent to the changing room after deliberately causing delay to play by the touchline.Rangers' Craig Bell was also shown a straight red after being deemed to have made dangerous contact with Gilpin when the keeper went down for the ball.SUMMARYThe visiting neutrals would have considered this to be action-packed entertainment. Edinburgh South will be talking about it for some time. Tweedmouth may wish to forget it but need to work out ways to avoid second half collapses.Tweedmouth Rangers: Frampton, Vieira, Heath, Smith, Dixon, Forster ( Deans 82 ), Sebastian, D.Cummings, Graham ( capt. ), Colquhoun ( Bloomfield* 61 ), Robinson ( Bell** 61 )*Yellow card **Red cardReferee: Ralph Gordon Attendance: 61 ... See MoreSee Less
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