East of Scotland League
|2.||Heriot Watt University|
|6.||Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale|
|Winner(s): No Winners|
|£200 carried forward|
This event will be run by Rory Laidlaw.
|Race Night |
Result: Home Park Pavilion
We hope to see you all at our Race Night which will be held in the Jim Patterson Pavilion on Saturday night 3rd December. All the races have been sponsored and we thank the following for their generous involvement.
Coldstreamer Jamie Nicolson
Fireburnmill Holiday Cottages
Tyne and Tweed ( Mortgage and Investment )
D.R.Bruce Milk Retailer
K.Dixon Building Services
|GAME OFF: Match v Heriot-Watt University postponed |
Today's match at home to Heriot Watt University has been postponed following a ten o'clock pitch inspection. The match will be rescheduled to a future date.
|Mr Louis Nicholls |
Coldstream Football Club were saddened to learn of the passing of Louis Nicholls who had been a past member of the Committee and had given the Club sterling service for many years. We would like to take this opportunity to offer his wife Carlyn and his family Malcolm and Tracey our sincere condolences on their sad loss.
|Monthly Draw ( November ) |
The first of the revamped 100 Club draws was made in the Pavilion last night and brought forth the following winners,
1st, £150 No. 30 Drew Mole, Ruthven Farm House.
2nd £75 No. 54 Tam Wilson, Cospatrick Court,
3rd £50 No. 84 Bob Martin, Dundock Drive.
The Committee would like to thank all those who stayed the course and all new members who have come on board. The draws will take place on the third Monday of each month and anybody wishing to join us and take a number should contact any of the following Dave Lauder on 88 2947, Will Murray on 88 2661 or John Elliot on 88 2176.
|East of Scotland League |
Result: Heriot Watt University 2 Coldstream 3
This was a fine away triumph for the Blues against the current table toppers and it moves them up to fourth in the League and to within a point of the League leaders. The match was played at Riccarton under the lights and on the artificial surface and the blues revelled in it.
Coldstream went ahead after Crawford ( who else ) sided footed Kris Dixon's cross in after only 5 minutes. The Azurri were reduced to 10 men when Robin Brown was red carded on 20 minutes for a retaliatory gesture The Students then, greatly heartened by this dismissal, dominated the match and missed a couple of good chances to equalise before actually doing the deed just before half-time. The homesters continued to press after the break but fell behind again when a long clearance from Walters was flicked on by Crawford for Beasley to camly lob the ball over the advancing keeper. Nothing daunted the students from the University of North West Chambers Street equalised with 20 minutes left on the clock. Blue's supporters in the Famous Five stand at Easter Road became as nervous as the fox running across the pitch. Could 10 man Coldstream hang on for a point ? They not only held on but converted a possible one point into three when Euan Gray smashed a fierce left foot strike high into the home net in the 87th minute to give the visitors the victory and a pleasant return journey to the Borders.
Next week Coldstream have a home game. a fact which will delight the Boys in the Shed who will no doubt regale us once again with their constructive criticisms and pithy sayings
The Chairman's man of the match was Liam Howel.
Coldstream: Walters, Dickson, Johnston, ( Steele 74 ), Hossack, S.Dixon ( Gray 80 ), Lee ( R Dixon 88), Beasley, Crawford, Howel, Brown. Sub not used Johnson.