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Friday night lights in Annan for East Stirlingshire and Edusport

A short turnaround could work in East Stirlingshire’s favour this week as they set about extending an unbeaten Lowland League run which now stands at 13 matches.

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Happy to be home: Louis Longridge. Picture Michael Gillen.

Home comforts for Falkirk against Dumbarton.

Falkirk will enjoy a return to the green green plastic of home tomorrow.

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Alan Cook and Stenhousemuir got back on the winning track against Edinburgh City last week

Stenhousemuir kick off hectic spell of games with trip to Annan

Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson believes he has the squad to cope with a demanding schedule of fixtures over the next couple of weeks.

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Three is magic number for Fury basketballers

Sony Centre Fury 81

Pleasance Edinburgh 67

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Falkirk fans. Picture Michael Gillen

Club seeking packed Stadium for Sons visit

Falkirk are expecting a bumper crowd for Saturday’s vital game against relegation play-off rivals Dumbarton.

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Brechin 0 Falkirk 1: Jakubiak to the rescue

Falkirk avoided becoming the first victims of Brechin, but and left it late to see off the ten men of the league’s bottom side.

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Gordon Young moved to Falkirk from Impact Soccer Club, California. Picture Michael Gillen.

New Falkirk assistant Gordon Young comes with a Scotland manager’s seal of approval

Gordon Young comes to Falkirk on the recommendation of a former Bairn, and Scotland manager.

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Stenhousemuir 1-0 Edinburgh City

Mark McGuigan pounced on a Craig Beattie mistake to give Stenhousemuir a narrow win against Edinburgh City and keep their League Two play-off hopes alive.

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Steven Brisbane in action last week against Selkirk. Picture Alan Murray.

Top to bottom, Shire will still prepare for game properly

East Stirlingshire will prepare for Sunday’s visit of Lowland League bottom dogs Hawick Royal Albert exactly as if they were welcoming reigning champions and current leaders East Kilbride.

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Falkirk fans will have additional transport options for the game after the subway announced a late opening. Picture Michael Gillen.

Late opening subway for Bairns match

Falkirk fans will be able to use the Glasgow subway home for next month’s Scottish Cup match against Rangers.

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Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson admits the League 2 title may be out of reach.

Bomber admits title now looks out of reach

Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson now admits that the play-off route offers his side their best chance of regaining League One status.

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Ibrox will host the Bairns on March 4. Picture John Devlin.

Date confirmed for Falkirk’s Scottish Cup trip to face Rangers

Falkirk will head to Ibrox in the quarter final of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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Hampden could host the All-Star game giving other pitches an extra week to be treated during the winter

OPINION: Time to build a showpiece into league reconstruction

David Oliver thinks adding in a showpiece event would help facilitate a mid-winter break and lead into a revamped League Cup final.

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Andy Rodgers tries to catch matchwinner Connor Greene. Picture Alan Murray.

East Stirlingshire 4 Selkirk 2: Great form continues

East Stirlingshire showed remarkable recovery powers to snatch a dramatic victory over Selkirk on Saturday and continue their incredible recent form.

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Cove Rangers 1 Falkirk 3 : Progress for Paul Hartley

Falkirk are in the quarter finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup after seeing off Cove Rangers - eventually.

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Falkirk fans. Picture Michael Gillen.

Fans enjoy William Hill Scottish Cup day out

Falkirk fans made a three-hour trip to see the side progress in the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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Jakubiak has hit three in three games. Picture Michael Gillen.

Watford striker Jakubiak fires Falkirk to Ibrox

Alex Jakubiak is seeing both ends of the Scottish football spectrum on his first cup run.

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Jimmy Nicholl (right) will be in the opposite dugout from Paul Hartley. Picture Michael Gillen.

Scottish Cup draw pairs Bairns management duo

Falkirk face a trip to Ibrox against Rangers in the quarter final of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

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Bairns captain Aaron Muirhead has been defeated by Cove in the past, and doesn't want another experience. Picture Michael Gillen.

Bairns aim to avoid banana skin in Scottish Cup

Falkirk skipper Aaron Muirhead has warned his team-mates to avoid a slip up in their William Hill Scottish Cup trip to Inverurie, playing Cove Rangers in the fifth round.

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Warriors say ‘No’ to Colt proposal

Stenhousemuir will reject the proposal to introduce Old Firm ‘colt’ teams to the League Two schedule.

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