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Todays live results

August 9, 2013


East of Scotland Qualifying League, Section A Civil Service Strollers 0-1 Kelso United Eyemouth United 1-6 Lothian Thistle HV East of Scotland Qualifying League, Section B Ormiston 1-0 Duns Stirling University EOS 3-0 Hawick Royal Albert East of Scotland Qualifying League, Section C Heriot-Watt University 3-0 Burntisland Shipyard Leith Athletic 1-1 Hibernian EOS East of […]

Qualifying League draw

July 6, 2013


Section A. Lothian Thistle, Civil Service Strollers, Kelso, Tynecastle, Eyemouth Section B. Edinburgh University, Stirling University, Ormiston, Hawick Royal Albert, Duns FC Section C Craigroyston, Heriot Watt, Leith Athletic, Burntisland Shipyard, Hibs Section D Coldstream, Spartans, Peebles Rovers, Berwick Rangers, Easthouses Lily.

Pre season friendlies

July 1, 2013


Civil Service Strollers Tue 2 July v Salters (H, 7:30pm) Sat 6 July v Dumbarton (H, 3pm) Thu 18 July v Stirling Albion (H, 7:30pm) Tue 23 July v Dalkeith Thistle (A, 7:15pm) Coldstream Sun 30 June – Stobswood Welfare 0-6 Coldstream Sat 6 July v Gala Fairydean Rovers BAL (A, tbc) Sat 13 July […]

Civil Service Strollers announce football partnership

April 24, 2013


Civil Service Strollers FC are delighted to announce they have entered into a Football Partnership with Salvesen Community FC. The agreement, which is for an initial two year period, allows a pathway for young players to develop within the game, and make the transition from Youth to Senior football. Both these Clubs have been at […]

Civil on the hunt for a new manager

March 19, 2013


Civil Service Strollers have announced with regret that Chic McAleavy has left the club. The club would like to take this time to thank chic and his staff for their efforts this season and wish them all the best with the future. The club are now accepting applications for the post of 1st team manager […]

Civil Service Strollers 1 – 0 Selkirk FC

March 3, 2013


Civil took the lead in the opening minutes of this game when Stewart O’Neill was played in by Charlie Brigain and O’Neill timed his run perfectly to beat the offside trap, he composed himself and slotted the ball low in the corner past the advancing John Dodds. Brigain then had a chance himself to score […]