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WISHAW 7 FORTH 1

Another poor performance by the Wanderers saw them comprehensively beaten 7-1 by Wishaw at the Beltane yesterday. The only bright spot on an otherwise forgettable afternoon was a sublime finish by Andrew Gilchrist for the Forth goal.

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(19/10/14)

BUS TO DYCE

The club are running a bus to the Scottish Cup tie away to Dyce on Saturday 25th October. The bus will be leaving Forth Sports Centre at approximately 7:30am and there are around 25 places available to supporters to travel up with the players and officials. The cost is £10 adults, £5 under 16’s.
Anyone interested should contact either Dougie McKendrick on 01555 811738 or David Forbes on 01555 812882 to book their place.

(16/10/14)

SQUAD UPDATE

We’d like to welcome new signing, midfielder John McGowan to the club. John was previously with Lowland League sides BSC Glasgow and East Kilbride.

Leaving the club are Stephen McQuade, Gary McMullen and Tony Traynor, we wish all three the very best in their future endeavours.

(13/10/14)

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FORTH 4 ST.ROCH’S 2

Forth recorded their first league victory of the season emerging 4-2 winners after an enthralling encounter with St.Roch’s at Kingshill Park this afternoon. Despite falling behind twice, the Wanderers won the three points with a first Forth goal for Ian Harty and a hat-trick from the unlikely source of Jordan Smith.

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(11/10/14)

DYCE IN THE SCOTTISH JUNIOR CUP 2ND ROUND
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The Wanderers have been drawn against Dyce Juniors in the 2nd Round of the Scottish Junior Cup. The game will take place at Iain Mair Park in Dyce on Saturday 25th October with a 2:30pm kick off.
Dyce currently lie 8th in the North Region Super League. Their website can be found here.

(05/10/14)

ROYAL ALBERT 7 FORTH 0

Forth lost 7-0 to Royal Albert at Tileworks Park yesterday afternoon.

(05/10/14)

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FORTH 1 DUFFTOWN 0

Forth progressed to the 2nd round of the Scottish Junior Cup by the narrowest of margins, a first half Chris Lennon wonder strike the difference between the sides at Kingshill Park this afternoon. Forth dominated the opening period but the Tooners possessed a far greater threat after the break and it took three excellent saves from Paul Smith in the Wanderers goal to deny Scott Johnston and see Forth through.

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(27/09/14)