Caledonian Braves vs Bo’ness United
Match Centre

Caledonian Braves vs Bo’ness United

L 1 - 2

After an unfortunate defeat last weekend to Bo’ness United in the Lowland League, we’ll be back at Alliance Park for the second round of the South Challenge cup.  

This weekend’s opposition will be Girvan, The Braves will be hoping to build on the brilliant 9-1 win at Alliance Park against St Cuthbert Wanderers in the first round of the South Challenge cup.
Game Info 

This weekend’s game will be a Saturday 3pm kick-off at Alliance Park. Tickets can be
purchased on the gate, for £5/£3/Free, and refreshments will be on sale at the ground.

Live updates will be provided on our official app and social media platforms, alongside
live commentary on X/Twitter Spaces for domestic fans!

For the first time, we'll also be debuting our live stream coverage for international fans to view free of charge on our Youtube channel at the link here. This stream will be a test/pilot, taking you inside a gameday for the first time in the club's new era!

Opposition Insight 

Girvan FC were founded in 1947 and play at Hamilton Park. They currently sit  8th in the
West of Scotland Football League table with eight points in six games so far this season.

Two wins, two draws and two losses respectfully with 11 goals for and 7 goals
against giving them a goal difference of 4.

They come into this game off the back of a 1-0 loss away to Cumnock Juniors in the
second preliminary round of the Scottish Cup.

Girvan beat Larkhall Thistle FC 1-0 at Home in the 1st round of the South Challenge Cup.

Previous Meetings 

This weekend will be the first meeting between The Caledonian Braves and Girvan FC.


Our Last Outing 

The Caledonian Braves go into this game looking to bounce back after a close 2-1
defeat at home against Bo’ness United. The Braves conceded in the 25th minute after
a low shot looked to be cleared off the line, but the referee gave it and Bo’ness took
the lead, The next goal didn’t come until the 78th minute, Kyle Johnson picked up the
ball just outside the box and rifled it into the top left corner. The game looked all but
over after this goal; however Cammy Breadner was able to grab a consolation goal in
the 94th minute with a goal of the season contender, his free kick from 30 yards out
was lofted over the wall and nestled into the top right corner, the Bo’ness keeper had
absolutely no chance.

Highlights here.

Match report here.

Best of luck to the lads this weekend... come on you Braves!
Come on you Braves!