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Coldstream
V's
Tynecastle

Home Park. Sponsored by A.R.Bruce
25/03/2017
KO 3.00
East of Scotland League
Last Result
Coldstream 0
Tynrcastle 2
League Table
1. Leith Athletic
2. Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale
3. Heriot Watt University
4. Tynecastle
5. Stirling University
6. Coldstream
7. Eyemouth United
8. Peebles Rovers
9. Ormiston
10. Tweedmouth Rangers
11. Burntisland Shipyard
Letter Draw
F O U
Drawn: 20/03/2017
Winner(s): No Winners. Drawn by Marlynn Wilson
£240 carried forward
Club Events
Groundhoppers Day
25/03/2017
Home Park
3.00
The Match against Tynecastle will be part of the groundhoppers programme..
Club Merchandise
Date: 27/03/2017

The Club hold a limited supply of badges and programmes left from the Groundhopper's day on 25th March. These may be purchased from the Club at £3.00 ( Badge) and £2.00 ( Programme). Should you wish to purchase please get in touch with David Lauder on 01890882947, Will Murray on 01890882661 or Alan Easton on 07801332650.


East of Scotland League
Result: Coldstream 0 Tynecastle 2
Date: 25/03/2017

Coldstream 0 Tynecastle 2


East of Scotland League
Result: Coldstream 0 Tynecastle 2
Date: 25/03/2017

At last a match in Home Park. This was a Groundhop game and visitors from all over Britain attended. They had attended the Eyemouth match first and would move on to Hawick for the match with East Stirling kicking off at 7.00 p.m.

Home Park greeted them with lovely sunshine and a view in the distance of the snow capped Cheviot Hills. A perfect scenario with music as both teams were piped on to the field by two of the Burgh's finest pipers.

The official attendance was 269 and a fine game was eagerly anticipated by the Boys in the Shed although the Savant was lost for witticisms for once. Tautilogical Tait and Scotch Bob tried manfully to fill the gap.

Tynecastle made most of the early running and Mayer glanced a header just wide. Their pressure paid off in the tenth minute when Mayer beat Walters with a low shot into the bottom corner after a telling cross from the left wing. Crabbe then made it two from close  in the twentieth minute after a clever piece of play baffled the home defence. The Blues nearly pulled one back when Windram went clean through only to be foiled by McMullen with a brave save at his feet. Perhaps the Coldstream forward was blinded by the the keeper's shocking pink outfit.

Brkic almost scored a third for the visitors with the Azurri defence in a fankle and unable to clear their lines but fortunately no damage was done. Walters in the home goal was having a fine match and he produced a marvellous save to deny the same Brkic. Tynecastle looked too slick for the Streamers but were unable to find the net. Beasley had a good run down the right flank but his shot was high and wide. Then Windram fired over a great cross from the left whic Lee just failed to turn in with McMullen beaten. Apart from this brief flurry the visitors continued to dominate although the score remained at two at the break.

The second half was more of the same with the visitors dominating but with Walters in top form there was no further scoring. Coldstream had no real penetration in the final third although Beasley almost found the net with a rasping shot which McMullen turned rount the post for a corner which came to nought. The final score remained at nil-two. So far in their three games the Groundhoppers had not seen the home sides score a goal.

For the visitors Mitchell was booked and late in the game Sean Dixon took a bad injury with an ambulance taking him to the Borders General Hospital. Everybody wishes him well and trusts there will be a speedy recovery.

The Man of the Match was Mark Walters and was chosen by the Match Sponsor A.R.Bruce. The Match Ball was sponsored by Graham Commom..

Club Chairman Davig Lauder would like to thank everybody who gave of their time to make the day such a success ( apart from the result) From the programme sellers to the splendid ladies toiling away in the kitchen and everbody inbetween thank you all. He would also thank all the Groundhoppers for their attendance and for their use of the Club facilities. Their Organiser was kind enought to say the Coldstream had provided a most excellent day for their visit and the day would rank high with the organisation.

Coldstream: Walters, Dickson, Walker, S.Dixon, Ainslie, R.Dixon, K.Dixon, Lee, Brown, Beasley, Windram. Subs: Hall, Logan, Simpson, Johnston.

Tynecastle: McMullen, Mitchell, Catlin, Ferguson, Leslie, Crabbe, Brkic, Robinson, Khosrowpour, Mayer, Cowan. Subs; Kelly, Malcolm, Greig, McIntyre, Grant, Cockburn.

 


William Hill Scottish Cup Semi-Finals
Date: 22/03/2017

Tickets for the semi-finals at Hampden Park can now be ordered through Coldstream F.C. Hibernian will play Aberdeen on Saturday 22nd April and Celtic will play Rangers on Sunday 23rd April. Anyone requiring tickets should contact Allan Easton and application forms will also be available in the Pavilion.

Ticket applications must be lodged with the S.F.A. by Friday so if you wish tickets speed is of the essence.


Monthly Draw ( March)
Date: 20/03/2017

The Winners of the March 100 Club draw are as follows,

 

1st.  £150  No. 98 Mr Jock Hardie, Cheviot Terrace,

2nd  £75    No. 49 Mr. Rob Smith, High Street.

3rd   £50    No. 96 Mrs Linda Eager, Home Place.

Congratulations to the Winners and good luck for everybody else next Month.


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