Bonnyrigg Rose confirm intention to leave Juniors and join pyramid

Bonnyrigg Rose have confirmed their intention to leave the Juniors and join the East of Scotland League from the start of the next season, pending a successful application.

Dalkeith in action earlier this year (picture: Colin Wright)

St Andrews 1-4 Dalkeith Thistle

Dalkeith Thistle travelled to the picturesque town of St Andrews on a cracking day for football in good spirits following last week’s win at Bathgate.

Lasswade man of the match Stephen Hunter (picture: David Hunter)

Whitecraigs 22-24 Lasswade

Since the premature departure of Aberdeenshire, Whitecraigs had been the only tenant of the remaining relegation spot and had just two wins from their 18 games to date.

Whitehill Welfare players celebrate

Whitehill Welfare 4-2 Gala Fairydean Rovers

With three games left, Whitehill Welfare are looking to finish the season with a flourish after last weekend’s impressive 4-2 win over Gala Fairydean Rovers

Lumbert Kataleza opens the scoring for Penicuik (picture: Lisa Ferguson)

Broxburn 1-6 Penicuik Athletic

Penicuik reached their highest ever Super League points total on Saturday as they hit the 50-point mark with their 15th league win of the season.

Camelon and Bonnyrigg fought out a goalless draw (picture: Scott Louden)

Camelon 0-0 Bonnyrigg Rose

Top of the East Super League Bonnyrigg Rose failed to find the net on a rescheduled visit to Camelon’s Carmuirs Park on Saturday.

Archive image of Newtongrange v Carnoustie earlier this season

Carnoustie Panmure 0-2 Newtongrange Star

Newtongrange Star picked up three valuable points with a 2-0 victory away at Carnoustie Panmure.

Arniston Rangers celebrate goal earlier on this season

Kirriemuir Thistle 0-1 Arniston Rangers

Arniston Rangers were away to Kirriemuir Thistle last Saturday but on route a small drama developed when the bus driver took a wrong turning, which meant the one hour’s practice preparation time pre-match was reduced to half an hour.

Danger in the box as Penicuik grind out 1-0 win over Tranent (picture: Jim Dick)

Tranent Juniors 0-1 Penicuik Athletic

A goal of the season contender from Aaron Somerville sealed Penicuik Athletic’s place in the quarter-finals of the Fife and Lothians Cup after beating Tranent Juniors 1-0.

Rose celebrate after comfortable victory (picture: Susie Raeburn/Bonnyrigg Rose)

Haddington 1-5 Bonnyrigg Rose

Following their 5-1 thrashing of Super League Newtongrange Star the week before at New Dundas Park, Bonnyrigg Rose scored five again to send Haddington Athletic out of the East of Scotland Cup as the Rose men marched through to the quarter finals.

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Dalkeith Thistle 1-4 Tayport

Dalkeith Thistle can count themselves unfortunate to lose by such a convincing scoreline, however, Tayport were clinical in their finishing whilst the hosts were not.

Spoils shared between Penicuik and Camelon (picture: Jim Dick)

Penicuik 1-1 Camelon

Penicuik Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw by Camelon at a bitterly cold and wet Penicuik Park last Saturday.

Bonnyrigg Rose celebrate goal (picture: Susie Raeburn/BonnyriggFC)

Bonnyrigg Rose 5-1 Newtongrange Star

Bonnyrigg Rose celebrated Easter in some style with a 5-1 thrashing of local rivals Newtongrange Star to move them three points clear at the top of the East Superleague.

New Dundas Park gates (picture: Scott Louden)

Bonnyrigg Rose remain silent on Junior football exit rumours

Bonnyrigg Rose could be the latest club to leave the Junior football set up after its committee voted overwhelmingly in favour of pursuing a change ‘in respect of the club’s future direction’ according to reports.

Action from Saturday's game between Newtongrange Star and Broughty Athletic (picture: Sean Dee Photography)

Newtongrange Star 0-2 Broughty Athletic

Broughty Athletic completed a Superleague double over Newtongrange Star at New Victoria Park last Saturday with a 2-0 win.

Keeper fumbles the cross giving Penicuik a lifeline (picture: Jim Dick)

Jeanfield Swifts 2-1 Penicuik Athletic

Penicuik Athletic slipped to second in the Superleague after a narrow 2-1 defeat to Jeanfield Swifts.

Bonnyrigg Rose celebrate their third goal against Linlithgow (picture: Alistair Linford)

Linlithgow Rose 1-4 Bonnyrigg Rose

Bonnyrigg Rose stormed back to the top of the Superleague with an impressive 4-1 victory over fierce rivals Linlithgow Rose.

Action from Dalbeattie Star's 1-0 win over Whitehill Welfare (picture: Dalbeattie Star website)

Dalbeattie Star 1-0 Whitehill Welfare

Substitute Corey Thomson denied Whitehill Welfare a draw with his late strike, earning Dalbeattie Star a 1-0 win last Wednesday.

Action fron Newtongrange Star's 8-0 win over Whitburn Juniors in the third round of the East of Scotland Cup (picture: Ann Haddow)

Newtongrange Star 8-0 Whitburn

Newtongrange Star produced one of their best performances of the season as they dismantled Whitburn Juniors 8-0 to seal their place in the quarter-finals of the East of Scotland Cup.

Kieran McGachie heads in the first in Bonnyrigg Rose's 3-0 win over Dundonald Bluebell

Dundonald Bluebell 0-3 Bonnyrigg Rose

Bonnyrigg Rose had all three league points wrapped up by half-time at a freezing and windswept Dundonald last Saturday in the East Superleague.

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