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Gretna 2008 finished the season in fourth position in the East of Scotland top flight.Read
GRETNA boss Stuart Rome wants another top class performance against Kelso tomorrow after his side took care of Craigroyston last weekend.Read
STUART Rome is hoping for another cup run to match the successes of last season.Read
IN CONTRAST to the reverse fixture played last week at Raydale Park, there wasn’t to be the same quick fire start to the score line with few chances falling to either side.Read
GRETNA boss Stuart Rome wants maximum points over the team they trounced last weekend.Read
IT’S HARD not to feel for Peebles. The team from Midlothian are clearly going through troubled times at the moment and have suffered three heavy defeats in their last four matches.Read
GRETNA are looking to get their league campaign back on track this weekend with a win over Peebles.Read
GRETNA boss Stuart Rome is looking forward to a break from the East League this weekend after two back-to-back defeats.Read
GRETNA boss Stuart Rome is looking to bring in a fresh face ahead of tomorrow’s crunch Stirling University clash.Read
GRETNA boss Stuart Rome thinks his side’s dream of promotion could come down to their next two games – even though it’s not even the midway point yet.Read
GRETNA moved into second place in the East of Scotland First Division with a 2-0 win over Eyemouth.Read
AS IN PREVIOUS meetings between these two teams, this match proved to be yet another exciting close encounter.Read
GRETNA 2008’s unbeaten run at the start of the East of Scotland league season came to an end on Saturday.Read
GRETNA take on high flying Vale of Leithen tomorrow, in the club’s biggest challenge this season.Read
GRETNA’S captain Tony Nicolson has been struck down with swine flu ahead of tonight’s clash with Hawick.Read
GRETNA take on East League rivals Stirling University as they look to notch up their third win in eight days.Read
GRETNA’S East League campaign started with a five-star performance against Ormiston at Raydale Park on Saturday.Read
GRETNA opened their account in their second season in the East of Scotland League with an emphatic 5-0 win over Ormiston.Read
FORMER Gretna keeper Tony Caig is launching a special goalies’ course in Annan.Read
ANNAN and Gretna’s pre-season campaign continued with a 1-0 win for Annan on Monday night.Read
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