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Jeanfield v St Andrews - Saturday 2 March

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Swifts play their first home fixture since December 29 this Saturday when St Andrews travel to Perth for the Central Taxis Conference C Fixture.

With no fixture for Saints why not get on down and cheer on the Fair Citys other senior side as they bid for a Premier League place next season.

Swifts can still win the Conference but it is outwith our hands following our only league defeat so far at Broxburn 2 weeks ago.

This is the first of 4 home games in a row for the Swifts and they will be hoping to use that to put pressure on Broxburn and Linlithgow above us.

Swifts will be producing a match programme this weekend in the hope that it will become a regular thing.

Kick off is 2.30pm

 

 

 

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On 3/2/2019 at 8:22 PM, Cumbo said:

3-2 win for the visitors as poor Swifts got what they deserved.

Crowd of around 100 inside the enclosure and only 6 out of 50 programmes not sold.

Hard lines, Swifts still look good for a top 5 finish.  Am I right in thinking a place in next season's East of Scotland Premier would put them in the 6th tier of Scottish Football?  Good luck anyway and thanks for keeping us informed of their deserved success on turning senior.

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This weekend we are at home to Heroit Watt University.

Tough game and we will have to work much harder than we did on Saturday.

That is correct we would be tier 6. 

Currently going through the licence process which if accepted will allow us to enter the preliminary rounds of the William Hill Scottish Cup for next season.

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