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Whalsay and Delting in Highland Fuels final

Whalsay and Delting in Highland Fuels final

10/04/2009, by in Sport

Whalsay qualified for the final of the Highland Fuels Trophy, the traditional warm-up for the main outdoor Shetland football season, by beating Thistle 4-0 last week. Their opponents will be Delting, who made it through after Yell were unable to complete tonight's scheduled semi-final. Sunday's fin... Read more...

Jamieson secures county post

Jamieson secures county post

14/11/2008, by in Sport

By NEIL RIDDELLHAVING led Delting to seven consecutive league titles, it has been confirmed that manager John Jamieson will now be dividing his attention between his club side and the Shetland county football team.As was widely expected, Jamieson was unanimously appoin­ted as manager in his ... Read more...

Jamieson confirmed as county coach

Jamieson confirmed as county coach

10/11/2008, by in Sport

HAVING led Delting to seven consecutive league titles, it has been confirmed that manager John Jamieson will now be dividing his attention between his club side and the Shetland county football team.As had been widely expected, Jamieson was unanimously appointed as manager in his absence at the Sh... Read more...

Footballers trounce Fort William

Footballers trounce Fort William

15/08/2008, by in Sport

By JOHN INNESTHERE were no nerves on the part of the Shetland players making their competitive debut on the Highland scene and certainly no weariness after the long and wind­ing road by bus after the boat.Taking the lead with a 10th minute James Johnston penalty they were to kill off Fort Wil... Read more...

Irvine’s late goal the clincher

Irvine’s late goal the clincher

27/06/2008, by in Sport

By NEIL RIDDELLFriendship Shield Shetland 2, Deveronvale 1A LATE goal from young Whalsay forward Ross Irvine was enough to give Shetland’s footballers a narrow, but just about merited, victory over Deveronvale at Gilbertson Park last Saturday afternoon.It was only in the closing stage... Read more...

Whalsay’s six-hit puts them top

Whalsay’s six-hit puts them top

27/06/2008, by in Sport

WHALSAY put six past Yell to take over on goal difference at the top of senior football's GS Flooring Premier League. Ness United had a mixed weekend, defeating Yell but losing to Spurs while Unst and Whitedale could not be separated in a high-scoring 5-5 draw. GS Flooring Premier League Ness Unit... Read more...

Late goal gives Shetland merited victory

Late goal gives Shetland merited victory

23/06/2008, by in Sport

Shetland 2, Deveronvale 1A LATE goal from young Whalsay forward Ross Irvine was enough to give Shetland's footballers a narrow, but just about merited, victory over Deveronvale on Saturday afternoon.It was only in the closing stages that the game threatened to set the pulses racing, with Dev... Read more...

Team set for Highland match

Team set for Highland match

20/06/2008, by in Sport

AMID the hullabaloo of Shetland Flag Day and the Johnsmas Foy, the cream of the isles' current crop of footballers are looking forward to taking on top Highland League side Deveronvale tomorrow after­noon. Manager John Johnson has whittled his squad down to a pool of 20 for the friendly match agai... Read more...

Whalsay and Celtic finalists again

Whalsay and Celtic finalists again

20/06/2008, by in Sport

SENIOR football action switches to the county side tomorrow with the Shetland Flag Day challenge match against Highland League side Deveronvale at Lerwick's Gilbert­son Park at 3pm. On Monday in the GS Flooring Premier League Whalsay have the chance to go equal top with a home match against Yell. M... Read more...

Spurs prepare for Måløy visitors

Spurs prepare for Måløy visitors

20/06/2008, by in Sport

Jim Peterson explains in a bit more detail the plans being made for a hectic week's fun and games.First of all, everyone at Spurs FC would like to thank the many, many people who have helped so far in hopefully making the trip a success.Due to the unacceptable cost of local centres, it has b... Read more...