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Whitburn hit Livi for 5

This was one weird game in which Whitburn raced away to a deserved 4 goal lead against a very average looking Livingston team, lost their way for a spell in the second half, losing 2 goals, and emerged at the end with a 5-3 win and three precious points. Yet, Livingston should have taken the lead after 11 minutes as 9 had a shot cleared off the line from a corner. 2 minutes later Reece Duncan had a shot from the edge of the box that went just over. Whitburn from then started to assert their dominance and with 21 minutes gone a great through ball found Duncan who drove in diagonally from the right edge of the box and had a good shot saved at the near post at the expense of a corner from which Andy Thomson curled the ball in at the far post from a similar position to Duncan's effort. The same through ball, inside the backs, was used to great effect in the 37th minute and found Duncan wide again and this time he centred to Martin Russell who scored with a powerful shot. The same ball found Duncan again a minute later but this time the keeper was out and Duncan was forced to try a chip which went just over. The third goal came with 3 minutes to go when the ball was used again and this time Duncan found Louis Maguire who coolly slotted the ball past advancing keeper Aedan Houston. The half ended with another Duncan effort which was saved though a pass to Darren Liddell would have given him a tap in. From the restart Whitburn powered towards the visiting goal and Duncan again had a shot saved at the near post. In the 50th minute another of those diagonal through balls found a different target - Liddell on the left and he netted fro a tight angle. 8 minutes later a bizarre incident led to a Livingston player landing on the ground beyond Daniel Potts and seeming to handle the ball but the referee pointed to the spot. Jason Gregory stepped up and Potts made a great save with his legs as he dived to his right. On the hour Dewi Taylor replaced Duncan and suddenly all the impetus left Whitburn and seemed to spur on their visitors and they took advantage in the 71st minute when (an offside looking) Kyle Mowatt was well set up and scored. 7 minutes later, from what seemed an even more offside position, Andy Gray was allowed to continue and scored. Whitburn responded with 9 minutes to go when a great Thomson cross was met on the full by sub Aiden Martin and his shot almost burst the net. With the game drifting to an end another sucker punch was landed by Livi's Bryden Nolan as a nice one two set him up to score their third. The other positive to come out of today was that the top three teams were on cup business so, although remaining 4th, Whitburn closed to within a point of Armadale and Bo'ness and 5 of Syngenta.

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Whitburn come from behind to win thrilling derby against Armadale

Possibly one of the most contested derbies Whitburn play in over a long time, we travelled to Armadale's Volunteer Park and emerged worthy 2-1 winners. Again, laid up fighting this super cold, I was able to witness the game but hope this analysis will suffice. In what was truly a 6 pointer the home side took the lead around the midway point of the first half but increasing Whitburn pressure led to top scorer Reece Duncan getting his 18th goal this season - quite a feat for a midfielder! Watching on the EOSFL website, there was no addition to the score as the game was coming to a conclusion so I resigned myself to a 1-1 draw - not a bad result given their recent run. Then up flashed 2-1 to Whitburn in the 90th minute and (no disrespect to the player) I later discovered that Jack Henderson had scored the winner to get his first goal for the club - and what a goal it could prove to be! I have thought for a long time that Whitburn are a second half team and this is confirmed when you look at goal times - 16 in the first half and 41 in the second! In addition no fewer than 13 have been scored in the final 10 minutes - this says a lot for the fitness of the players compared to many other teams. Anyhow, this win takes us to within 4 points of Armadale with 2 games in hand, Syngenta and Bo'ness are also still above us but, if we perform to our best then all three teams are catchable. C'mon the Burnie!!

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Whitburn come close..

Whitburn went to Stenhousemuir to play Syngenta in the league and came close to creating a shock against the (so far) runaway league leaders. In a close game the home sid took the lead about midway through the first half. Having taken the lead Syngenta rarely fail to add but today Whitburn pegged them back, as in the home tie a few weeks ago, with Louis Maguire scoring in the 54th minute. Scores were level till around 5 minutes from time when the home side took the lead from a corner. Whitburn then pushed all bodies forward seeking another equaliser but were caught on the break and lost another just before the final whistle to give Syngenta a flattering 3-1 win. This performance and the earlier draw suggest that Whitburn are legitimate contenders for one of the coveted promotion slots if they can maintain this level. Next Saturday's game against Armadale away should be a cracker as the home side are 4 points ahead of Whitburn but the Central Park side have a game in hand.

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Whitburn convincing winners at Pumpherston

Whitburn travelled to Pumpherston in a second round King Cup tie and ran out convincing winners with a 9-2 victory. The score at halftime was 2-1 to the visitors, Louis Maguire having scored on the quarter hour, equalised 4 minutes form halftime by Scott MacGregor but Darren Liddell restored the lead just 2 minutes later. Just before the hour Dylan Weldon scored and almost immediately MacGregor got his second to narrow the gap to 1 again. With Liddell's second in the 67th minute Pumpherston's resistance had gone and Whitburn ran riot. Reece Duncan must have scored one of the quickest hat tricks in Whitburn history as he scored in the 72nd, 74th and 81st minute, the final being a penalty. Martin Maguire in the 87th minute and Weldon almost on full time completed the rout.

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Whitburn beaten by Gala Fairydean in game of 2 halves

Whitburn played Lowland league Gala Fairydean today at Central Park and gave them a real game, especially in the first half. The home side started off the game at a very high pace that undoubtedly seemed to surprise Gala and it was a pace that they kept up for a relentless 45 minutes, playing them off the park. Yet, at the end of the day they only had a single goal advantage going in at the half thanks to a great strike from Dylan Weldon from the edge of the box which found the bottom corner in the 12th minute. Just before this the same player had a shot blocked after receiving a great Duncan cross and just after Darren Liddell timed a good run well to get free on the left but his cross just evaded Reece Duncan. In the 24th minute in a rare break Marc Berry had a shot comfortably saved by Daniel Potts. On the half hour Liddell again got free on the left and tried to chip keeper Mason McCready but he thrust out an arm to divert the ball away from goal, A Liddell shot from 30 yards then brought a fine save from McCready two minutes later. With 10 to go Gala won a free kick on the left edge of the box but Potts easily saved. 
Harsh words must have been spoken at halftime in the Gala dressing room as they came out strongly in the second half and Daryl Healy had a shot blocked 2 minutes in. 10 minutes later Ciaren Chalmers shot wide then there was lengthy break as injured Aaron Darge needed treatment before being carried off on a stretcher - we wish him well. Just after the hour came a moment of high controversy as the referee awarded a penalty for hand ball in which the player had his back to the ball and didn't appear to have had his arm in an unusual position. Sub Zander Murray made no mistake and levelled the scores, giving added momentum to Gala. Three minutes later came the turning point in the game as Reece Duncan was fouled on halfway but instead of slowing the game down by floating the free into the box, Whitburn elected to take a quick one but the ball was intercepted. Just after in the second phase of the resulting attack Chalmers headed in a right wing cross to put his side in front. He then had a shot saved before getting his second when he powerfully converted a Murray cross with around 15 minutes to go. To their credit Whitburn kept fighting and had the better of the final part of the game with a McGaraghan cross narrowly missed by sub Stuart McIntyre, a shot blocked on the line and a Duncan shot just wide. In the end a good performance against a team two tiers above but with a little luck and composure it could have been so much better.

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Whitburn win in early kickoff

With the Scotland v Israel World Cup qualifier this early evening, this game started at 12:30 and Whitburn eventually won 4-2. They started the game very well, hitting the inside of the post within the 2nd minute and going one up in the 7th when Reece Duncan converted a penalty after Louis Maguire had been fouled on one of his mazy runs. Whitburn then proceeded to dominate up till the half hour with 5 really good chances to add to their tally but none were taken. On the quarter hour Darren Liddell made space for a shot but his effort was blocked. Minutes later Michael McGarahan passed a good ball to Liddell who back heeled into the path of L Maguire but his shot went over the bar. Midway through a great through ball put in Duncan but his effort was well blocked then Martin Russell tried his luck from just outside the box but this was also saved. Finally Andy Thomson had a shot blocked to Duncan who gave him it back and this time the shot was held by keeper Sean Brown. Having weathered the storm Bathgate came more into the game and delivered the sucker punch when Kai Wilson drove down the right wing and put in a great square ball that Scott Richards slammed into the net almost on the half time whistle. Whitburn again came out strongly and a good McGarahan run and shot ended with the ball in the side netting with barely a minute gone. Whitburn retook the lead in bizarre fashion in the 52nd minute when a high ball from defence bounced over the advancing keeper presenting Thomson with a tap in after being first to react. Duncan had another effort well saved before Grant Forrester wide on the left getting on the end of a long ball saw the same result at the other end. Whitburn's third came in the 62nd minute when a Liddell free kick came off the wall and again Thomson was quickest to react and fired the ball into the net. The fourth came with 16 minutes to play when Liddell out wide centred to Duncan and he netted with a powerful shot. There was another sting in the tail in this half as Richards tapped home late on from a corner that was not cleared.

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Whitburn and Syngenta share 8 goals in thriller

Unbeaten Syngenta came to rainy Central Park today and, although still unbeaten, a chink showed in their armour as Whitburn came from 2 goals down to secure a well deserved draw (and may even have sneaked the win - see later). Whitburn opened the game well and within 10 minutes should have been in the lead as Reece Duncan dummied wide on the right allowing Michael McGarahan to run on and his cross was met by Darren Liddell but keeper Darren Hill made a good stop. A minute later, however, they were ahead as Duncan raced on to a through ball and calmly found the net fro the edge of the box. Syngenta stormed right back and were level a minute later when Jason Walton headed in a right wing cross. Duncan got in again in a similar fashion on 20 minutes but was tackled strongly in the act of shooting allowing Hill to make an easy save. Syngenta took the lead in the 34th minute when a ball from the right found Andrew Rodgers who swing his boot at it and it flew into the bottom corner on the half volley. As the game seemed to be heading to a 2-1 lead at the half, possession was lost on the halfway line and a great ball was sent upfield which Rodgers got on the end of and he made no mistake, calmy slotting the ball beyond Daniel Potts. Whitburn came out well in the second half as they looked to come back from a 2 goal defecit - which they have done twice this season. They got a goal back in the 51st minute when Louis Maguire was bundled to the ground in the box as he drove in on goal and Duncan, resuming penalty taking duties, scored though the keeper got a hand to it diving to his left. On the hour the 2 goal lead was restored when Rodgers completed his hattrick by firing a right wing cross into the net. Even though they were two goals down again Whitburn continued to take the game to Syngenta and pulled another back in the 72nd minute when Declan Fitzpatrick threw up his arms to block and incoming cross - unfortunately for him the ref spotted he was in the box and Duncan completed his hattrick by netting the penalty in more convincing fashion. In the 76th minute a Darren Tomaszewski free kick from the corner of the box got past the wall and forced Hill into a decent save low at his left post. Whitburn then withdrew midfielders Martin Russell and Declyn Cumming a minute later and put on forwards Chris White and Dylan Weldon, the manager obviously sensing that Syngenta were tiring. With 3 minutes to go we were all rewarded as again Louis Maguire (who had been a thorn in Syngenta's side all game) dribbled into the box and shot in off the post to give his side parity. Just after Dylan Weldon found himself in a similar post ion, though with a defender in close proximity but, as he tried to work space he lost his footing and also the chance to give Whitburn the win. Added time saw a free kick and a corner come into the box but the Whitburn defence cleared to secure the point. All in all a thoroughly entertaining game in which the Whitburn players showed great character and courage to take a point from a game that could have been dead and buried at half time. All credit to the team and management!

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Whitburn beaten by the odd goal in 5 at Stoneyburn

With Armadale's defeat last night away to Bo'ness, Whitburn missed a great chance to widen the gap to the fourth placed team due to a last minute goal from Stoneyburn. This was a game of two halves with Stoneyburn going into a two goal lead in the first and Whitburn totally dominating the second, though, as said the home side did manage to net late on in their only real attack of the latter. Reece Duncan had the first shot of the match in the 7th minute form a free kick but it was saved comfortably. 5 minutes later Andy Thomson drove up the right and crossed to Darren Liddell who got the ball to Stuart McIntyre but his shot was cleared off the line. With 20 minutes played a long ball from the left was headed goalwards by Cameron Donaldson and Daniel Potts could only push the ball up and Euan Scott got there first to head in to give the hosts the lead. Whitburn responded with a Thomson free just over and Duncan header saved. On the half hour Ryan Robertson got on the end of a through ball and shot past Potts from 15 yards. The rest of the half was largely played in midfield though Liddell did see a decent shot deflected wide. The half time talk had a great effect as Whitburn came out all guns blazing in the second half and in the 50th minute a cross from the right by Declyn Cumming was kept out by the stretching home keeper Gavin McQuillan - an effort that injured him and led to his substitution minutes later. Just prior to this Liddell had got in on a Duncan through ball and rounded the keeper to tap in to close the gap. On the hour Duncan also ran on to a through ball but he was adjudged to be offside. Whitburn were totally dominant at this stage and a good Duncan corner was headed in by Martin Maguire at the back post with 20 minutes to go. Michael McGarahan headed a corner wide, Darren Tomaszewski had a free kick saved and Duncan, after some nice control had a shot saved as Whitburn sought the winner. Yet it was the hosts who did so with their only real break with a couple of minutes to go when Donaldson crossed from the right and found a colleague in the box whose shot was saved but rebounded to Scott and he somehow managed to get the ball on target. The game was not done, however, as just after Liddell yet again got in but the sub keeper made a good block. Then, on what would be the last kick of the game, M Maguire was pushed in the box as a free kick came in and the referee pointed to the spot. Martin Russell took responsibility and his spot kick was saved by the keeper to keep the three points in Stoneyburn.

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Whitburn win away at Edinburgh South

This cup tie started with a bang as each team scored a goal in the first ten minutes - Declyn Cumming finding the top corner from 25 yards in the 5th minute and Donovan Ndiweni tapping in a great cross 5 minutes later. In the 18th minute Ndiweni was judged to have been fouled by Jack Wilsdon on the left of the box and Sean Jamieson's spot kick just evaded the keeper's dive. Jameson hit the bar from the edge following a long free kick 6 minutes on. On the half hour Lewis Milton was booked for a rash challenge out wide but the in-swinging free was gathered by Wilsdon under a severe challenge. With 10 minutes to go a good Tomaszewski cross was just missed by Darren Liddell. Louis Maguire fired home coming in from the left to equalise with 2 minutes to go and then Liddell was unlucky on the whistle when a long range shot was touched on to post by keeper Greg Fisher. Andy Thomson hit a wonder free kick wide on the left and near the corner flag which clipped the outside of the back post 4 minutes into the second half. In the 56th minute Jamieson found Ian Ballantyne whose fine strike from 25 yards was pushed over by Wilsdon. Midway through the half Thomson, driving across the box was tripped by Ryan Day and Martin Russell sent the keeper the wrong way and calmly rolled the ball in the other side of the net to give Whitburn the lead. Liddell totally outpaced an opponent in midfield in the 73rd minute and fired a good shot from the edge of the box but Fisher made a good save. 2 minutes later Louis Maguire made a great run into the box and, as he was about to centre the ball, a defender seemed to bring him down but the referee booked him for diving. The lead was deservedly doubled in the 81st minute when Thomson found Liddell whose shot was deflected by Fisher straight to Michael McGarahan, on as a sub, and his shot found the back of the net. McGarahan had another shot 4 minutes later having received the ball from Liddell but this one was saved.

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Whitburn cruise to convincing win at Fauldhouse

Whitburn did their goal difference a huge boost with a convincing 9-0 win at local rivals Fauldhouse, also keeping up their challenge for promotion, only 2 points behind second place Bo'ness but with a game in hand. Stuart McIntyre opened the scoring in the 10th minute and a pair from Louis Maguire in the 25th and 44th saw Whitburn go in 3 up at half time. There would be no respite for the home side in the second half and within 7 minutes of the restart another two goals had been scored with Reece Duncan netting in the 50th minute and Darren Liddell scoring 2 minutes later. Fauldhouse established a little stability for the next 20 minutes but Duncan got his second with 74 minutes gone. The final 10 minutes proved to be a disaster for the tiring home side as Whitburn added three more in the 80th, 84th and 89th minutes from Martin Russell, Darren Liddell and Chris Brown (on loan from Sauchie) respectively.

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Whitburn lose 4-1 at home to Ormiston

The Alex Jack Cup tie against old rival Ormiston did not go well for the Central Park side as they went down 4-1. Generally when you see a scoreline like that against a team that Whitburn should have been able to compete with, something significant probably hapened and this proved to be the case. With 10 minutes gone Whitburn's keeper was red carded and was replaced by the goal keeping coach, meaning playing with ten men for most of the game. This resulted in a 4-1 defeat with Darren Liddle netting for Whitburn. It is never good to lose but many associated with the club will probably not shed many tears about cup elimanations as the league has to be the number one priority this season. Thanks again to Hardhill Travel for sponsoring the match ball for this game.

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Whitburn power to 4-1 win at Pumpherston

Whitburn kept in touch with the top two teams in the league with a powerful  4-1 win at Pumpherston despite conceding an early first goal. It was the home side that netted first in the 7th minute when Jordan Rodger darted down the left wing and swung in a great cross which Ben Magee powered behind Daniel Potts. Whitburn responded 5 minutes later when Reece Duncan passed the ball to Lewis Milton on the right edge of the box and he beat three men to put himself one on one with keeper Jamie Bowman before slotting the ball into the net. Then minutes later after a Stuart McIntyre shot was blocked for a corner at the near post an Andy Thomson corner was headed back across goal to Grant Hamilton who headed the ball into the net. Around the 20 minute mark another Thomson corner almost brought a third goal as he fired it to Martin Russell on the edge of the box but his shot went just wide.  The two players combined just before the interval, this time from a free kick but this time Russell’s effort was deflected for a corner.  Whitburn started the second half with a bang when a Dylan Weldon cross was put wide by McIntyre and then Weldon had a shot saved – all within the first minute. With 55 minutes gone McIntyre was upended by Bowman and the ball deflected to Duncan whose shot was blocked on the line by a prone defender and a penalty was awarded. Normally reliable from the spot, Duncan blasted this one well over. On the hour Adam Forrest  almost made Whitburn pay as he got in on the end of a deep free kick but Potts made a good save from his header. A break immediately thereafter saw a corner being won from a decent shot and Duncan swooped low at the near post to bundle Thomson’s corner over the line. Whitburn were in cruise control at this point and both Duncan and Tomaszewski had good shots well saved amidst some good passing football. Into injury time the fourth goal came when sub Aiden Martin took a speculative shot from 25 yards and Bowman couldn’t get down quick enough and fumbled the ball into the net.

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Whitburn come from behind to secure three more points

Another amazing game at Central Park saw Whitburn win against Stoneyburn by the odd goal in five and had to come from behind to do it. Stoneyburn had the better of the first quarter and a long wind assisted clearance by their keeper Mathew Craig almost deceived Daniel Potts but he adjusted to push the ball away. Just before he had made a good double point blank save from Stephen McLay and William Brown – all this around the half hour. Meanwhile everyone in the park was frustrated by the offside game that the visitors were playing, the keeper acting as sweeper. However, in the 35th minute beat it they did when Reece Duncan raced up the right wing and had a good diagonal shot blocked, the ball eventually falling to Andy Thomson who scored from 15 yards with the ball going in off the underside of the bar. Two minutes later a good run by Thomson himself ended in another drive which Craig saved well. Stoneyburn brought on two subs – Kyle Mooney and Cameron Donaldson - at halftime and they turned the game in their favour, leaving Whitburn shell-shocked for a spell. First, early on the Donaldson went down in the box but the referee turned down the penalty claims and booked the player for diving. In the 63rd minute Whitburn failed to clear their lines and the ball was passed wide to Mooney who equalised with a low drive. Three minutes later the visitors were ahead as Donaldson headed in a corner. Whitburn slowly fought back into the game and Martin Maguire headed in a corner at the other end with 15 minutes to go. Though Stoneyburn looked dangerous, mainly on the break for the rest of the game, it was Whitburn who had the better chances – Grant Hamilton heading another corner wide and Declyn Cumming having a shot from the edge of the box saved. With three minutes to go a brilliant piece of play by Lewis Milton in which he cut inside his man and put Louis Maguire in one on one with the keeper who coolly slotted the ball beyond Craig.

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Reece Duncan second half hattrick helps secure a 4-0 win..

...at home to Edinburgh College in this re-arranged fixture in which MG Entertainments sponsored the match ball. This game itself was the proverbial game of two halves in which the first was very even with both teams having half chances and the second was totally dominated by Whitburn who ran out 4-0 winners. The half time talk clearly worked wonders as Whitburn started to move the ball about more crisply and within 7 minutes Reece Duncan netted the first of his hat trick, nutmegging keeper Morgan McIntosh from 8 yards. Andy Thomson then went on a great run beating several men before unleashing a great shot that went just wide. In the 74th minute the second goal came after a good Duncan run from deep which ended in a pass to Declyn Cumming wide on the right and his shot was deflected in off sweeper Juwon Abubakar at the near post. Whitburn had a couple of good calls for a penalty but the trip on Louis Maguire in the 77th minute couldn’t be ignored and Duncan scored sending the keeper the wrong way. The final goal of 3 came 3 minutes from time when a diagonal Duncan shot flew past the keeper. Newest signing Aidan Martin, on as a sub, had almost scored before this as he dribbled past a couple of players but McIntosh managed to get out to smother his shot. Stuart McIntyre, also a sub tonight, had a great shot well saved near the end to deny a fifth.

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Whitburn lose out to Camelon in Qualifying Cup

Whitburn took a break from the league campaign today with a cup game against Premier League Camelon and ended up losing 2-0, a result that flattered their opponents. Indeed, in the first half Whitburn dominated the game playing good passing football and creating numerous chances. Stuart McIntyre and Darren Liddell shared three good chances  early on, in each case after great build ups, but all just missed the target. From a corner in the 18th Martin Russell unexpectedly found the ball at his feet 4 yards out after a defensive slip but couldn’t get enough on the ball and the keeper was able to grab the ball. Four minutes later Liddell headed a Louis Maguire corner goalwards but the keeper touched it over. Coming more into the game Camelon had a free header go just wide around the half hour and then 16 attempted a chip from the edge have run in from what looked an offside position but Declyn Cumming got back to clear the ball. Camelon came out all guns blazing in the second half and took the lead three minutes in when Baird knocked in a good left wing cross from point blank range. On the hour Reece Duncan fired in a great low free kick from 20 yards which the keeper fumbled but he recovered in time to stop the ball going over the line. The game was much more even now though Camelon seemed to be relying on the long ball and Whitburn were playing the nicer football. With 17 minutes to go the visiting keeper made a double save as he first blocked a Maguire shot to Duncan and then kept his effort out and he also save a Duncan header. Meanwhile Daniel Potts had a couple of decent saves himself. Potts was unlucky with 5 to go when Mowatt just beat him to a through ball and got the slightest of touches to deflect the ball into the net. On full time Maguire had a great long range effort saved by the keeper diving to his left.

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Whitburn and West Calder share 6 goals in second half thriller

Whitburn hosted West Calder on Tuesday 27 July and, in an exciting game with plenty of twists, the teams shared six goals. After a goalless first half the game burst into life 3 minutes into the second when the visitors took the lead. Martin Russell from the penalty spot levelled in the 75th minute and new signing Dylan Weldon put Whitburn ahead just 3 minutes later. West Calder then took two good chances in the 80th and 89th minutes to seemingly take the points. A gutsy Whitburn side, however, quckly replied just before the final whistle to rescue a point thanks to a Darren Liddell strike.

The next game is on Saturday against Camelon in the second round of the East of Scotland Qualifying Cup with a 2:30 kick off. The match ball for this game will be sponsored by S.A. Fire and Security for which the club grateful.

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Whitburn bounce back with a solid win

Whitburn erased the memory of the last game with a convincing 4-0 win over league new boys Edinburgh College in the blistering heat of Central Park. Reece Duncan fired them in front in the first minute when he fired a low shot into the bottom corner. A free kick from Jack Temple from 25 yards which was saved by a diving Daniel Potts in the 6th minute would prove to be Edinburgh’s only real threat as Whitburn went on to dominate the first half. They were, however, unable to add to their tally as Stuart McIntyre, Louis Maguire, Darren Liddell and Martin Russell all had good chances which were either saved or off target. The second half continued the barrage of the away goal and 10 minutes in Liddell fired a great daisy cutter from 25 yards after beating his man. Nine minutes later a high ball into the corner was headed on by McIntyre who then drove in on goal and had his shot deflected for a corner. From this the big man headed home at the back post to make it three. Whitburn were by now piling on the pressure and an almost carbon copy of the 3rd happened in the 69th minute, this time Michael McGarahan heading in a deep corner at the back post. Late on Darren Tomaszewski hit a great 25 yard free just wide and Greg Stewart, just on as a sub, hit the bar with shot from the edge of the box. In the end a convincing and well deserved win for the men in claret and amber! Today's match ball was sponsored by Swish Decor.

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