Carluke Rovers FC v Gartcairn Juniors FC

Carluke Rovers played their last game of the season against regular rivals Gartcairn who came looking to secure three points to maintain league leader status and their hopes of promotion as league champions. Both teams displayed attacking intent early on with Rovers strikers Watt and McKenna testing the Cairn keeper early on with fierce shots […]

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Royal Albert FC vs Carluke Rovers FC

Rovers were without six first team regulars as they faced promotion hopefuls Royal Albert FC at their new home venue the John Cumming Stadium. Albert opened the scoring after 11 minutes when an innocuous looking low cross from the left squirmed through the legs of half a dozen players eventually finding the left foot of […]

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Vale of Clyde FC vs Carluke Rovers FC

Rovers travelled the short distance to Glasgow’s East End to face Vale of Clyde in a mid table clash with both sides giving some young new players much valued game time as both sides already look to build for next season. The only highlight of the first half was Rovers Sean McKennas superb 30yard strike […]

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Vale of Leven FC vs Carluke Rovers FC

At every level of football there exists a spectrum of referee incompetence and such was on display at Vale of Leven’s Millburn Park on Saturday which can only be described as ‘off the spectrum’. Rovers introduced some of their latest signings to their starting eleven with Cathay Tracey at right back, Drew Lindsay at sweeper […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Johnstone Burgh FC

Rovers faced a Johnstone Burgh side who have struggled this season to lift themselves off the basement of the league and from kick off Carluke pressed the early play forcing Burgh to defend deep in their own penalty area with veteran captain Mark Weir intelligently spreading the play left and right from midfield. Rovers took […]

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St Anthony's FC vs Carluke Rovers FC

The Rovers travelled to McKenna Park in Glasgow to face high flying St Anthonys. A tough game was expected but to be honest is was Rovers defence who were the creators of their own downfall today. The match kicked of with Rovers on the front foot with several forays on the St Anthonys goal. Ian […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Lanark United FC

There was some added spice to Saturdays local derby between Carluke Rovers and Lanark Utd as midweek managerial merry go rounds continued to spin when former Rovers managers Colin Slater and Spike McNeish teamed up to face their former charges Carluke Rovers. A large expectant crowd of 120 supporters witnessed a fairly drab first half […]

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Bellshill Athletic FC vs Carluke Rovers FC

Rovers travelled to face Bellshill Athletic on Saturday without four first team regulars with Watt (chest infection), Kane and Gow (both suspended) and Haddow (released) along with Head Coach Spike McNeish who was unexpectedly lured back to coach at Motherwell FC’s Academy earlier in the week. Rovers committee moved swiftly to ensure a set of […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Dunipace FC

Rovers hosted Dunipace at the John Cumming Stadium amid strong swirling winds and rain which saw only the most fervent and loyal home fans take to the terracing. The home side started the game uncharacteristically in a frantic yet lacklustre fashion and found it hard to establish an effective pattern of passing play which has […]

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