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Unfortunately we didn’t escape the storm, we have numerous trees down at the ground and damage to the dugouts and undercover stand. ... See MoreSee Less
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We have a limited number of tickets for this Saturdays England Women’s World Cup qualifier against Austria at the stadium of light ( Sunderland )12.30 ko Please get in touch if anyone would like them. ... See MoreSee Less
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TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 0 ARNISTON RANGERS 3Both teams went into this game looking to make it three wins on the trot. Three first half goals snared the points for the visiting Rangers on what turned out to be an extremely frustrating afternoon for the home side exemplified by the last of the three.With half time looming, the referee had no alternative but to award a penalty when Ciaran Hatsell slipped inside the area and whilst on the ground inadvertently controlled the ball with his hand. Michael Kennedy converted from the spot. This goal was definitely his whereas Arniston's seventh minute opener was technically an own goal. Kennedy's header off Stephen Anderson's free kick beat keeper Mark Walters after bouncing off Jack Forster's shoulder.Arniston sought to maximise first half advantage of going downfield with the wind. At the edge of his box, Walters was forced to head away a lob intended for Declan Knox, recently released by the Old Shielfield club.Knox had a better moment in the 22nd minute when he head flicked Tyron McLean's cross over Walters to make it 2-0.There followed a spell when Tweedmouth had more of the play. Craig Colquhoun made ground with his pacey runs on the right wing. Keeper James McQueen conceded a corner as Regan Graham's shot came perilously close to his post. Michael Robinson missed the most clear cut chance of all, created by Graham, just after Tweedmouth's pressure threatened to be punctured by McLean, Walters pushing his close range hit over the bar. The previous week, Tweedmouth scored four times but, in spite of doing the bulk of the attacking after the turnaround, continued to show a decided lack of punch. A short pass from Forster, who topped the tackle count with his midfield tenacity, provided an early opportunity for Drew Cummings but his grass cutter sped outside McQueen's post. Something similar from Forster late on allowed Graham to have another crack but McQueen held firm. Minutes before, Tweedmouth's skipper seemed poised to finally give the hosts something to cheer as he drove forward only for his Arniston counterpart, Elliot Grieve, to come across to make a great blocking tackle a couple of yards out from goal.Second half attacks by the Gorebridge team were occasional. In the clear, Luka Coyle could have done better near the hour but lobbed the ball well over the bar. Twenty minutes later, Evan Smith cut out another dangerous cross from McLean whilst Michael Johnston's blast over the top in the dying stages was an unsuccessful bid to fashion a spectacular ending. ... See MoreSee Less
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Match programmes all ready for tomorrow.Clubhouse open from 12.30 for refreshments and Ged’s pies ... See MoreSee Less
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TWEEDMOUTH RANGERS 4 ORMISTON 3Tweedmouth held on for a second victory in a row after a triple substitution by Ormiston eight minutes into the second half helped the East Lothian club get back in the game.Rangers keeper Adam Mutch enjoyed a relatively quiet first half as Ormiston struggled to make the most of the chances they created. For the most part, Tweedmouth were on top but several good passing movements failed to produce results until the 36th minute. Drew Cummings was to have a hand in two of the home goals as well as scoring one himself. His pass led to Craig Colquhoun's ball from parallel to the bye line hitting keeper Jorge Sanchez on its way over the line.Tweedmouth went two up before the break when Cummings' footwork laid the foundation for skipper Regan Graham to belt the ball into the net from the left.Just as it had done early in the first half when Graham's lob struck the top of the far post, the woodwork came to Ormiston's rescue at the start of the second period. This time Sanchez managed to touch Colquhoun's free kick on to the bar but it wasn't long before the home side stretched their lead further. Graham spotted a route through for the ball to Michael Robinson who put them three up.The visitors reacted by making three changes and went on to score the next two goals. Daniel Nichol headed in the first off a cross from Ano Subasic, currently on loan from Haddington, and one of the fresh trio. Via the woodwork, Subasic claimed the next one, also with a header, from Chris Hogg's corner.Last defender Jay Baverstock saved the day as Ormiston threatened to level before relief came through a brilliant individual goal from Cummings with sixteen minutes of normal time still on the clock. Tweedmouth might have sealed it a few minutes later when Cummings set up Robinson but the striker toe poked the ball wide of the goal.It meant a nervous finale for the Berwick boys after another sub, Marc Scott, cut the deficit to a single goal. He was in luck as he chased a long ball. Evan Smith, facing his own goal appeared likely to beat him to it but lost his footing enabling Scott to slip the ball beyond Mutch. It was tough on Smith who had otherwise given another strong display at the back.Mutch, who took the red armband after Graham hobbled off, lived up to the captaincy by racing out of his area to clear the ball before the menacing Subasic could do more damage. Ormiston continued to strive desperately for an equaliser but even four minutes of stoppage time proved not long enough. ... See MoreSee Less
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Full time score todayTRFC 4 v 3 Ormiston ... See MoreSee Less
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Match programmes all ready for tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less
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Saturday sees us face Ormiston in conference A league action.Come along and support the boys.Club house open from 1pm for refreshments and of course Ged’s pies. ... See MoreSee Less
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✍🏼 | Michael Robinson signs up for next season.The club are delighted to announce that experienced striker Michael Robinson is the latest player to commit his future to the club once again. Michael has scored some important goals for the club this season and is a constant threat for any defender and also a great character both on and off the field.It is another important step for the club following all of the hard work that we keep the squad together so they can progress as a team next season.It is another timely boost before this weekend’s home match against Ormiston. ... See MoreSee Less
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