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ORMISTON 4 TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 3A disappointing result for Tweedmouth especially as Rangers held the lead from the 7th minute through to three minutes into the second half. When Ormiston equalised for the first time, that lead was quickly restored and even when the hosts scored two more to put them 3-2 ahead, Rangers pulled it back to 3-all ten minutes later. They were ultimately undone by a fourth home goal, seven minutes from time. Thus, Ormiston exactly reversed the outcome from when the teams met at Old Shielfield in November when Tweedmouth were 4-3 winners.Following a narrow escape when Zac Scally's volley hit the bar, Rangers' first corner led to the opening goal. On receiving it at the edge of the penalty area, Jack Forster teed up the ball for a successful strike into the net.Tweedmouth looked the more assured team with Craig Heath getting in a couple of headers on ventures upfield. The first, off Archie Roue's free kick, produced a fine save from keeper Kieran Beveridge. The second, on the end of Drew Cummings' cross, was just wide. Ten minutes from half time, the ball went the same way off Joao Vieira's knee, again from a Cummings' cross.Ormiston's favoured route towards goal was via Scott Walker's crosses from the left wing intended for the pacey Scally out on the right or centre forward Donald Dickson. Nothing came of them though twice Tweedmouth were fortunate to get away with being caught on the ball deep inside their own patch. Walker went on to inflict some real damage in the second half beginning with Ormiston's first goal in the 48th minute from near the back post after a corner.Rangers needed only two minutes to go back in front. A move up the left ended with Regan Graham cutting inside and a pass to Jay Baverstock to score.Ormiston's second equaliser ( 56 mins. ) came as a consequence of the fleet footed Dickson able to make ground on the right before Tweedmouth gifted the ball to Walker further infield. He showed his appreciation with a powerful shot which made it all square again. Three minutes later, he was involved in the East Lothian side's third goal, getting the better of the bounce of the ball to round Vieira and deliver it along the line for the sliding Dickson to knock it in.In the 69th minute it was Rangers' turn to level. Roue fed substitute Craig Colquhoun, returning after five weeks out injured. Craig Bell read the situation perfectly, rushing in to slip the ball beyond Beveridge after Colquhoun took on and beat the defensive cover.Colquhoun was unlucky to see his header off Graham's corner go over the bar; Ormiston equally so when Walker's header hit the post.Another failure to effectively guard against a corner helped Daryl Russell to celebrate the winner just a few minutes after coming on as a replacement. ... See MoreSee Less
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🔸🔷TRFC 50/50 DRAW🔷🔸Congratulations to this months winners: 1st 149 Nathan Short2nd 81 John McKenna3rd 1 Colin Pike4th 8 Chris FalconerThank you again to absolutely everyone that enters our draw, if anyone is not in the draw and would like to get involved please get in touch and we’ll sort this out! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Tweedmouth Rangers FC
Congratulations to our very own Tweedmouth Rangers Under 10 Lions 🦁 being crowned champions today and also going through the whole season undefeated making it 3 seasons unbeaten which truly is a massive achievement! Well done and huge congratulations to the whole team coaches and parents ! 🦁 ⭐️ ⚽️They will now get to test themselves in the Premier League next season against the top sides in the North East. 👏👏NOLI CAESUM CREDENTES ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 0 DALKEITH THISTLE 2Old Shielfield was bathed in sunshine for Tweedmouth's last home League game of the season. There wasn't much between the teams but, on an immaculate playing surface, Rangers succumbed to two relatively soft goals.The first came barely a minute after kick off. Dalkeith worked the ball across field from left to right where it came the wrong way off Rhys Dixon's head leaving Josh Davidson to plant it behind keeper Niall Frampton.Thistle went on to win a handful of first half corners interspersed with long range efforts from Ross Aitchison ( just wide of Frampton's post ) and Michael Fairnie ( three feet over the bar ). Diving Dalkeith keeper Dean Beveridge wouldn't have reached it but following a three man lead up, Rangers' Regan Graham's strike from outside the area had also ben destined to finish the wrong side of the upright.Beveridge also blocked Drew Cummings' bid to turn his interchange of passes with Jay Baverstock into a mid-half equaliser whilst, closer to the interval, it was more a case of the keeper just being in the way when Craig Bell turned to try to hit home Michael Robinson's pass.The opening twenty minutes of the second half proved to be Rangers' purple patch but, despite inducing some initial panic in the visitors' defence, they had nothing to show for it. To their credit, Dalkeith steadied to nullify their opponents' attempts to finish off in the final third of the field though luck was on their side when Baverstock hit the top of the post following pressure from Graham and Archie Roue. This after Robinson's header went outside the opposite post when another exchange of passes between Baverstock and Cummings led to the former sending over a good cross from the left. Dalkeith lost scorer Davidson, helped off with a 55th minute leg injury. Their second goal, in the 71st minute, was somewhat against the run of play but was indicative of the way Thistle were operating, defending in numbers and then hoping to catch out Tweedmouth on the break. Frampton could only pat down Dylan Greig's right wing cross giving the awaiting Duncan Muir an easy tap in.The task proved harder for Muir when the ball fortuitously fell his way again inside the box and this time was well off target. In contrast, Frampton was flying as he saved from Jordan Mackie.With the minutes ticking away, Tweedmouth resorted to long shots but Roue's landed over the bar and Robinson's beyond the post.Tweedmouth travel to Ormiston next Saturday, May 14th and Dunipace on May 28th for their final League games. In between they have an outstanding League Cup fixture at home to Thornton Hibs on May 21st. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Tweedmouth Rangers FC
Home again tomorrow against Dalkeith Thistle⚽️ KO is our usual time of 2:30pm with the club house opening at 1pm serving drinks and the best of Geds pies! See you all there🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Tweedmouth Rangers FC
Tweedmouth Rangers 1 St Andrews 0 After two away games we returned to Old Shielfield and managed to take all 3 points in a keenly contested match but a late strike from Michael Robinson sealed a much deserved 3 points taking us up to a record 18 points since joining the East of Scotland League.The progress that this young local squad have made this season is absolutely unbelievable and we are all looking forward to watching them progress again next season. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Tweedmouth Rangers FC
Hoping the skies stay clear and bright for tomorrows home fixture 🤞🏻☀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Tweedmouth Rangers FC
We return home to Old Shielfield on Saturday, playing our postponed fixture against St Andrews. Club house will be open from 1pm as usual, KO is 2:30pm🧡⚽️ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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ROSYTH 4 TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 2For the second week running, penalties were a major talking point after a game in which Tweedmouth came from two goals down at half time to level with two of their own inside a minute.The first spot kick was awarded after only seven minutes when Regan Lumsden's attempted cross hit Craig Heath's arm. Lumsden took the kick himself but Rangers keeper Niall Frampton dived the right way to save it.In the first half, on a tight, plastic pitch, Rosyth's quick and forceful tackling limited Tweedmouth's opportunities to play the ball. For the hosts, Myles Wilson's long range hit travelled way too high and Jason Finlay was wide with a header. Jack Forster got back to end Callum Strang's ground gaining run before Rosyth took a 25th minute lead. Following a corner, the ball eventually broke for Sean O'Neill to post it into the right side of Frampton's net.The Fifers took just three minutes to double their lead, Rangers defence static as Graeme Nutt converted a cross from the left. In a portent of what was to come after the break, Rangers hit back with Drew Cummings driving forward to strike the bar. He then picked out Michael Robinson, positioned out wide, to send over a perfect cross to Regan Graham in front of goal but Rangers' captain skewed the ball beyond the outside post.As Rosyth went in search of a third goal, Frampton rose to tip Matthew Gallacher's spinner over his bar and then, against the odds, was first to a ball running loose after Rosyth hared downfield after home keeper Blair Penman blocked another Cummings' effort at the other end.With the breeze now in their favour, Tweedmouth went on to run Rosyth ragged in the third quarter of the match once Evan Smith took the ball off Lumsden's feet yards out from Frampton's goal. They kept the ball on the deck, capitalising on the gaps now appearing in the home midfield. Ten minutes into the new half, the ball nestled in the far corner of Penman's net when Joao Vieira seized the second chance following an initial save from Craig Bell. It took only another sixty seconds for Bell to get his goal. Again out on the right, Robinson once more linked with Cummings, Bell nipping in to head home the latter's cross without a defender in sight.The game turned on the second penalty decision in the 70th minute. The referee adjudged that Frampton's challenge on Gregg Page was illegal and booked the keeper. Dan Hall was successful with this one but only after the ball first struck the post.Graham got in a decent shot off Cummings' free kick but Penman's fingertip save denied the Berwick team another equaliser. Rosyth eventually put the game to bed when Hall, inside a packed goal area, got the last touch to an 83rd minute corner. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Tweedmouth Rangers FC
It’s the second weekend away on the bounce for TRFC, tomorrow we’re at Rosyth⚽️ ... See MoreSee Less
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