Newburgh are on the road again next weekend with a trip to Stoneyburn Juniors. The previous match in the league resulted in a 5 – 5 draw, a game that had everything – it and was a great advert for our league.
Real live football at East Shore Park for the first time in 4 weeks as we face Lochgelly Albert in the South Premier League.
The lads would really appreciate your support.
Newburgh host a fixture at East Shore park for the first time since the 12th of October this weekend when we welcome our friends from Lochgelly Albert.
This is sure to be a tough game so come along and give the lads your support.
Newburgh face a tough trip to Rosyth tomorrow in the South Premier League. The reverse fixture this season was a tough match with Newburgh just edging the game 2 -1.
Thanks to Angie Nicholls and her staff for making one of the Studios available to our squad this evening. The class (Body Balance) was a little different to our usual training sessions but with injury prevention in mind it’s definitely something we’ll return and do again as a squad.
The space is great for Kids and Adults (big kids!) and we’d highly recommend you go and give it a try.
Thanks again to Angie and the team, hopefully see you again next week.
Newburgh return to league duties next weekend with a tough trip to Rosyth on the calendar. Here’s hoping the weather is better than last season’s fixture at the Fleet Grounds….
Calum Sutherland picked up his second committee man of the match award in succession this weekend with another superb performance in our loss to Pumpherston in the FIfe & Lothians Cup.
Calum is sponsored by the Cattery School of Goalkeeping. Well done Calum keep up the great work.