CRAIGROYSTON 3 BERWICK RESERVES 1: Berwick Rangers manager Ian Little, present to observe the Reserves’ players, made a cameo appearance as a stoppage time substitute against the newly crowned East of Scotland First Division champions.
Coldstream manager Andrew Gibson has praised his players for securing promotion and is confident they will hold their own in the East of Scotland League Premier Division next season.
COLDSTREAM 8, GALA FAIRYDEAN 0
Coldstream will be back in the East of Scotland Premier Division next season after securing promotion on the final day of the league season with their biggest win of the campaign.
Whitehill Welfare have been crowned East of Scotland League Premier Division champions.
PEEBLES ROVERS 0, COLDSTREAM 4
Coldstream will go into their last game of the season knowing a win would seal promotion to the East of Scotland League Premier Division after picking up a vital three points at Netherdale tonight.
BERWICK RESERVES 0, SELKIRK 2: Jamie Gibson scored one goal and created a second to help Selkirk complete a double over Berwick in a disappointing end to the Reserves’ home league programme.
Craigroyston tonight clinched the East of Scotland League First Division title with a 4-2 victory away to nearest challengers Leith Athletic. The result also boosts third-placed Coldstream’s promotion prospects.
EYEMOUTH UTD 0 CRAIGROYSTON 3: Craigroyston stretched their lead at the top of the league when they beat Eyemouth on Saturday.
Point for Streamers, but they slip to third in table Picture gallery
BERWICK RESERVES 1 COLDSTREAM 1
A late Kieran Ainslie goal saved a point for Coldstream but with Leith Athletic winning at Gala, the Berwickshire side slipped to third in the table.
DUNS 2, BERWICK RESERVES 3: Duns, who included 15 year old goalkeeper Phil Smith in place of the injured Scott Lumsden, were unlucky not to take a point from this game. Reserves’ coach Mark Lamb was disappointed with his team’s performance which lacked fluency.
CRAIGROYSTON 2 COLDSTREAM 1 It was a week to forget for Coldstream, who after losing 2-1 at home to Berwick Reserves in midweek, lost their position at the top of the first division when they were beaten by the same score against Craigroyston.
BERWICK RANG RES 4 LEITH ATHLETIC 1 Berwick Reserves followed up their 2-1 midweek victory at Coldstream with this win over another side in the promotion pack.
Coldstream 1, Berwick rangers Res 2: East of Scotland First Division leaders Coldstream lost their unbeaten home league record as they suffered only their second league defeat of the season against their local rivals.
CRAIGROYSTON 7, EYEMOUTH UNITED 2: This proved to be one game too many for Eyemouth whose squad is carrying too many injuries at the moment.
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