Home Park, Coldstream. Sponsors- The Kerr family
East of Scotland League
|2.||Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale|
|3.||Civil Service Strollers|
|5.||Hawick Royal Albert|
|10.||Heriot Watt University|
|Winner(s): No winners|
|£235 carried forward|
This event will be organised and run by Rory Laidlaw
|East of Scotland League |
Result: Coldstream 0 Leith Athletic 3
Hopefully this will be the last time the Streamers meet Leith for the forseeable future. Plucky Coldstream with a very young team and nine regulars missing put up a stout defence against the best team in the league and managed to keep the score down to a respectable level. This coming Saturday sees the Blues back on League business with the visit of Stirling University.
|Walking Football |
Result: Coldstream 4 Kelso 4
This was the Blues first competitive match with a derby against Kelso played under lights. Both teams were full of enthusiasm and walked as hard as they could. Half time saw Coldstream leading 3-1 with goals coming from Bell. Lauder and Wilson with McLean ( ex Commercial Traveller )in the home goal making several marvellous saves to keep his team in front. As however quite often happens with Coldstream the break brings on soporific feelings and Kelso scored three goals to edge in front. This brought the home side back to life and Lauder equalised with a deft flick to make the final score 4-4. This was a very entertaining match and it is to be hoped that further fixtures of this nature will follow.
Coldstream: McLean, Budding, Wilson, Russell, Lauder, Burns, Bell, Leifer, Martin.
Referee Phil Johnston.
|200 Club Draw |
September 200 Club Draw.
1st No. 193 Andrew Rutherford £100
2nd No. 82 Graham Ferguson £50
3rd No. 52 Mavis Patterson £30
4th No. 112 Claire Duck £20
|East of Scotland League |
Result: Peeebles Rovers 0 Coldstream 1
Coldstream finally threw off their autumn of discontent and made it bright with this fine and sometimes bad tempered win against Peebles Rovers at Whinstone Park. Hagen Steele scored the only goal to give the Streamers all three points and move them up to sixth place in the league albeit with only four points.
Manager Davidson made four changes from last weeks team with Josh Hebdon and Paul Hossack replacing the suspended Ingles and the unavailable Beesley. Bowling made his first start at right back with Nisbet dropping to the bench.. The Blues struggled to retain early possession and Peebles won a series of early corners which proved fruitless. The back four fortunately was solid and in no mood to concede possession and the Peebles forwards could make little headway so much so that the dangerous forward Ndiweni had to drop back to try and force the issue. The home keeper spilled a dangerous cross under pressure from Crawford and was relieved to see the ball hacked clear. He then made the first save of the match when he turned a fierce Crawford drive behind for a corner. The prolific Crawford went close again when he flicked on a long clearance to see the ball drift past just before the half time whistle.
The deadlock was broken five minutes after the restart when Steele scored. Crawford was fouled near the centre circle. Brown took the free kick and Crawford flicked the ball on to the advancing Steele who finished from a tight angle much to the delight of the travelling support. Coldstream tails were now up and Howel went through on goal only to shoot wide.
Walters was finally in action when he easily saved a long range effort from Rossi to keep the status quo. With Hossack and Hebdon excelling at the back Coldstream looked threatening going forward and Bowling sent Howel clear only for Smith being forced to foul to stop his advance. With time running out Peebles claimed a penalty when Lindsay went down after a Hossack tackle in the box. The referee was having none of it however and the homesters Marshall was so incensed he was red carded for his many profanities just before the final whistle.
Ndiweni, Smith, Brown, Mackay, and Lindsay for Peebles were booked with Marshall receiving a straight Red Card.
Steele and Crawford for Coldstream were also booked.
The Chairman David Lauder made Josh Hebdon man ot the match to the unanimous approval of the travelling fans.
Peebles Rovers : McGinlay, Mackay, Cockburn, Brown, Smith, Rossi, Inglis, ( Marshall ), Runciman, Lindsay, Ndiweni, Zavaroni. Subs : Robertson, Marshall, Shutz, Keith.
Coldstream : Walters, Bowling, Johnston, Hebdon, Hossack, Lee, Steele ( Dixon ), Brown, Crawford, Howel, Gray. Subs : Nisbet, Dixon.
|Next Match |
Coldstream F C next match is on Saturday 8st October 2016 against Peebles Rovers at Peebles in the East Of Scotland League. Please note this match kicks off at 2.30 p.m.