What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

One of the lucky ones, sports writer Ian MacLean is the only member of the Johnston Press Weeklies Sport department to follow Scotland at a World Cup.
Leagues have been split into three conferences for next season

Midlothian teams find out what league they will be in new EOS set up

Midlothian sides found out what league they will be in next season after the East of Scotland League officials announced the format after their EGM last week.
Penicuik celebrate winning East of Scotland Cup (picture: Ian Georgeson)

Penicuik hungry for more success, says Johnny Harvey

Johnny Harvey believes Penicuik Athletic’s first East Of Scotland Cup victory in 107 years was a signal of intent as the ‘rookie Cuikie’ ended their junior adventure with a 2-0 win over Tranent at Prestonfield.
Paradykes Primary winning side Chris McCafferty, Jacob McIntyre, Rudi Molotnikov, Bailey McKenzie, Ryan Laidlaw, Aidan Clarke. Jack Lyon, Owen Wynne, Matthew Sheerin, Aidan Sayers.

Paradykes Primary School wins Schools' Scottish Cup

It wasn’t just Midlothian Junior teams who had something to celebrate as a primary school from Loanhead staved off competition from more than 500 sides across the country to lift the Primary Schools’ Scottish Cup.
Bonnyrigg Rose celebrate Fife and Lothians Cup win (pic: Ian Georgeson)

Newtongrange Star 1-5 Bonnyrigg Rose

Bonnyrigg Rose clinched a league and cup double after an emphatic 5-1 over win local rivals Newtongrange Star.
Newtongrange Star celebrations

Newtongrange Star 4-3 Jeanfield Swifts

Substitute Ryan Porteous struck a hat-trick as Newtongrange Star were 4-3 winners over Jeanfield Swifts in their final league game as a Junior club last Saturday.

Archive image of Penicuik players celebrating

Penicuik Athletic 3-1 Dundonald Bluebell

Penicuik Athletic put in an impressive display to beat Dundonald Bluebell 3-1 and reach the final of the East of Scotland Cup.

Bonnyrigg Rose v Newtongrange Star

Midlothian clubs hoping to sign off from Juniors with silverware

Three Midlothian clubs will be contesting Cup finals this week before leaving the Juniors and starting a new chapter in the East of Scotland League.
Newtongrange Star and Penicuik Athletic are two of the six Midlothian clubs leaving the Juniors

Midlothian clubs end association with Juniors to join EOS league

All six sides in Midlothian will depart the Juniors and join the East of Scotland League next season.
Archie image of Penicuik in action

Lochee United 1-0 Penicuik Athletic

Penicuik travelled to Thomson Park for their penultimate league game of the season looking for a point to clinch a third-place finish against a Lochee side who were beaten Junior Cup semi-finalists and had won 3-0 at Penicuik Park in October.
Bonnyrigg Rose defeat Linlithgow

Bonnyrigg Rose 4-1 Linlithgow Rose

Superleague champions Bonnyrigg Rose showed no signs of a hangover from the weekend’s title celebrations as they booked their place in the Fife and Lothians Cup final against Newtongrange Star after a 4-1 win over Linlithgow Rose on Monday night.

Bonnyrigg Rose Superleague champions 2017-18

White: We don't half make it difficult for ourselves

Bonnyrigg Rose finally clinched the Superleague title on Saturday - but boss David White couldn’t enjoy a second of it.
The t'shirts say it all, Bonnyrigg Rose are 'champions again'.

Hill of Beath 2-2 Bonnyrigg Rose

Bonnyrigg Rose will depart the juniors with the East Superleague trophy in their back pocket.

Kai and Kacper - called up for Scottish Youth futsal team.

Dalkeith duo are called up for national service

Samba and Dalkeith is not a pairing you’d expect to see together. In fact you’d doubt they’ve ever been put together in the same sentence.

Bonnyrigg Rose 5-0 Broughty Athletic (picture: Sean Dee Photography)

Bonnyrigg Rose 5-0 Broughty Athletic

Another stunning performance from table-toppers Bonnyrigg Rose saw them maintain their unbeaten home record in the league and smash through the 100-goal barrier after a 5-0 win over Broughty Athletic last Saturday.
Archive image of Newtongrange Star celebrations

Glenrothes 0-2 Newtongrange Star

Newtongrange Star moved into the quarter-finals of the Fife and Lothians Cup after a hard fought victory over Premier League side Glenrothes.
Arniston Rangers players celebrate earlier on this season

Arniston Rangers 2-2 Bathgate Thistle

Arniston Rangers had to settle for a share of the spoils after squandering a two-goal lead against Bathgate Thistle in the East Premier League.
Bonnyrigg Rose, Dalkeith Thistle and Easthouses Lily to join the senior pyramid (picture: John Devlin)

Midlothian trio join the senior pyramid

Three of the six Midlothian Junior clubs will join the senior ranks next season having had their application to the East of Scotland league accepted.
Bonnyrigg's Kyle Wilson tangles with Liam Craig

Kennoway Star Hearts 0-4 Bonnyrigg Rose

Bonnyrigg Rose moved a step closer to the East Superleague title after a thumping 4-0 win over Kennoway Star Hearts.
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