Newburgh’s long and fragmented season drew to a close last night at East Shore park with a hard fought draw against Forfar Albion.
Newburgh fielded a variety of new faces as the management team ran their eye over possible additions to the squad for next season.
Forfar Albion took the lead after 15 minutes with a well worked goal. that started in their own half. A quick break down the left and a superb cut back left the striker with a gaping goal to steady himself and smash the ball past the ‘Burgh keeper.
Newburgh had the majority of play towards the close of the first half but could not find a break through.
The second half found Forfar Albion defending for long spells as Newburgh pressed looking for an opening. All credit to the young Forfar team as they defended resolutely confining Newburgh to a handful of chances.
The breakthrough came for Newburgh from a corner on the 81st minute with Kyle Baker rising above everyone to power an excellent header into the roof of the net.
A fair result on reflection against a much improved Forfar Albion side who played some cracking football.
The committee at Newburgh would like to take this opportunity to thank all the fans, players and coaches that have been involved or visited the club this season. We look forward to a break before the pre-season training begins at the end of June.
Details of all pre-season fixtures will be posted via this blog so look out for details coming over the next few weeks.
This Wednesday Newburgh play the last fixture of the season when they welcome Forfar Albion to East Shore Park Newburgh
It should be a nice evening if the forecasters are to believed so why not come along and watch the ‘Burgh finish off their season.
Newburgh play their final fixture of this long season at home this Wednesday against Forfar Albion.
Come along and support the ‘Burgh as we look to finish off the season with a home win!
Not a lot of games on today so why not come on over to Dundee to watch the ‘Burgh in their penultimate fixture of the season.
Newburgh almost made grabbed a point against an experienced Lochore Welfare side last night.
With the loss of two early goals Newburgh looked likely to implode but credit to the very young team they steadied themselves and fought back into the game going into the dressing room only 1 goal down at 4-3 thanks to a superb Callum Easson first half hat trick.
Unfortunately straight from kick off Colin Cameron lobbed the ‘Burgh keeper to suck the wind out of their sails.
Another goal added 15 minutes into the second half for the home side put the game out of Newburghs reach.
Stuart Hill added a fourth goal for Newburgh with 15 minuted left but this was to be the last goal of the game with Lochore running out deserved winners.