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Home Park ( Match Sponsor is Isaac Ford ).
26/08/2017
KO 2.30.
East of Scotland League
Last Result
Eyemouth United 4
Coldstream 2
League Table
1. Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale
2. Leith Athletic
3. Tynecastle
4. Heriot Watt University
5. Coldstream
6. Stirling University
7. Eyemouth United
8. Peebles Rovers
9. Ormiston
10. Tweedmouth Rangers
11. Burntisland Shipyard
Letter Draw
S M N
Drawn: 21/08/2017
Winner(s): No Winners. Drawn by Michael Hanlon
£130 carried forward
Club Events
No Events Planned
William Hill Scottish cup Second Preliminary Round
Date: 22/08/2017

Coldstream will be playing this Scottish Cup tie away at Lothian Thistle/Hutchison Vale on 2nd September at Saughton Enclosure, Edinburgh with a 3.00 p.m. kick off. 

The Club will be running a bus to this event and there are a limited number of seats available. If you should wish one of these seats please contact Dave Lauder as soon as possible on 01890 88 2947.


East of Scotland League
Result: Eyemouth 4 Coldstream 2
Date: 22/08/2017

It was written in the stars that on a cold, windy and misty night at the seaside The Blues would be undone by a trio of ex Coldstream players. Coco Crawford plundered a hat trick, Rutherford scored the other and Walters in goal defied the Coldstream forwards again and again.

Still smarting from their defeat by Tweedmouth at the weekend Coldstream backed by a goodly number of supporters, looked to bounce back in this Berwickshire derby. However they got off to the worst possible start when Eyemouth went ahead after only two minutes when Crawford scored his first goal after a defensive blunder.

Nothing daunted the Blues surged forward and after Walters made a great save from Allan, Jackson fired home from the resulting corner to level the scores. Eyemouth, however, restored their lead  on the fifteen minute mark when Crawford powered a header over the despairing hands of Shiel after another defensive failing. The homesters were now dominating and looked much stronger both in possession and bulk although Paterson might have done better when he shot straight at Walters after some clever play. Strang was also a little unlucky when his fierce shot from an acute angle cannoned off the post. An equaliser looked on the cards but instead Rutherford made it three for Eyemouth after thirty five minutes to somewhat deflate the Blues.

The short half time cuppa seemed to energise Coldstream and they began to take the game forward against their much more muscular opponents. The introduction of Windram from the bench was making a profound difference and some were wondering why he was not in the starting line up. It was no surprise then when a Dixon cross gave Robinson the chance to score. The Blues now had their tails up and the Eyemouth defence began to creak although Walters fine form continued. Chances were coming and an equaliser seemed inevitable. Brown fired a fierce shot just over bar but then rather against the run of play that man Crawford popped up again to hit his third goal and Eyemouth's fourth. 

This finished the scoring and any excitement as the game drifted to its inevitable conclusion. As a postscript it was interesting to note that the Eyemouth players themselves took down the posts and nets. Hmm.

Coldstream: Shiel, Chamberlain, Strang, Allan, Beasley, Jackson, Robinson, Lee, Brown, Dixon, Paterson. Subs: Common, Sherry, Graham, Bonnington, Windram, Corfield.

Eyemouth: Walters, Smith, Strachan, Spiers, Patterson, Rutherford, Crawford, Blackie, Sword, Adamson, Dixon. Subs: Mutch, Lauder, Patterson, E. Wilson. T.Wilson.

 


100 Club August Draw
Date: 21/08/2017

This month's lucky winners are as follows,

1st   £150  Graham Ferguson, Edinburgh.

2nd  £75    Rob Smith, Coldstream.

3rd   £50   Allan Easton, Coldstream.

For the rest of us good luck in September.


Football Nation Qualifying Cup
Result: Coldstream 1 Tweedmouth Rangers 3
Date: 19/08/2017

Coldstream's long unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt in Home Park as they went down to a resurgent Tweedmouth Rangers. Rangers were two up at the break courtesy of a well taken free kick and a penalty. Callum Chamberlain pulled one back on 47 minutes  but despite dominating could not force an equaliser. Indeed Tweedmouth has a man red carded but still managed a third goal near the final whistle to bring down the curtain on a disappointing afternoon. The visitors motto of "Noli Caesum Credentes" seemed particularly apt.


East of Scotland League
Result: Tweedmouth Rangers 0 Coldstream 4
Date: 12/08/2017

The Blues went top of the League, albeit after only one game, with this fine away win at Tweedmouth in front of a decent crowd. Early exchanges were fairly even but Coldstream broke the deadlock in the 10th minute after good work by Paterson let in Dixon who fashioned a lovely goal for himself. Paterson followed this with a great through pass which was cleared by the Rangers defence.

The home attackers looked lively and the Blue's defence were stretched on several occasions to clear their lines. Coldstream were also dangerous and flew at Tweedmouth with furious ettle with Corfield having a shot saved before Strang headed powefully over from a free kick. Windram made it two with a fizzer which gave  Allan no chance.He nearly made it three just before the break but his fierce drive flew wide

Rangers continued to make openings after the break but squandered several good chances with wild shooting. Lee made it three with a rasping drive which struck a defender and looped over a stranded Allan into the net.. Immediately after Dixon fired over a superb cross which eluded the whole Tweedmouth defence only for Graham to miss a sitter.

Never say die Tweedmouth continued attacking and Shiel in a rare blunder dropped a cross which was cleared with difficulty after a stramash in the box. The Streamers were however not finished and Dixon scored his second and the Azurri's fourth just before the official blew for full time.

This was by no means a dirty game but the Referee saw fit to book five Coldstream players, Paterson, Windram, Corfield, Jackson and Dixon as well as McLeod for Rangers. In addition he mysteriously red carded Jimmy Taylor on the Coldstream bench. This was a puzzler as Jimmy had been quiet as a mouse throughout the match which was unlike him given the whistlers propensity for using his pencil.

Club Secretary Brian Balmbro nominated Kieran Lee as Man of the Match.

Tweedmouth Rangers: Allan, McLeod, Murray, Cromarty, Trialist, Walker, Cowens, Howard, Robinson, MacGregor, McKenna, Subs: Aitchison, S.Cowens, Strangeways.

Coldstream: Shiel, Chamberlain, Strang, Jackson, Beasley, Bullen, Windram, Lee, Corfield, Dixon, Paterson. Subs: Common, Sherry, Trafford, Davison, Allan, Graham.


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