Darren Mitchell: Goalkeeper with United’s U21 side last season, Darren has stepped up to the Juniors after impressing in couple of appearances between the sticks as a trialist last term.
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Gavin King: 36 year-old goalkeeper Gavin moved from English football in August last year to sign for Broxburn Athletic before arriving at New Murrayfield Park this summer
Lee Meekison: Full-back Lee arrived at Murrayfield Park early in season 2010/11 as part of the swap deal that took Grant Easton to Fauldhouse United. As well as his time at Park View, 26 year-old Lee has also plied his trade at this level with Pumpherston after progressing from the excellent Murieston United youth set up.
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Ewan Herriot: With time in the youth programme at both Heart of Midlothian and Motherwell in the SPFL under his belt, 19 year-old defender Ewan is on loan from SPFL 2 side Berwick Rangers until the end of the season having spent last season in the East of Scotland league with Civil Service Strollers.
Aaron Gowans: After spending a brief period on trial with Bo'ness United, 20 year-old full-back Aaron arrived at New Murrayfield Park in the summer of 2016 on the back of a youth career that included spells at both Winchburgh Albion and Armadale Thistle Sports Club before a season in the amateurs at Blackridge Vale.
James Mildren: Centre back James signed up for a return to Blackburn in June 2015 after spending most of his formative years with the club’s youth set up, enjoying successful seasons at U19 and U21 level before a brief sojourn in amateur football.
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Martin Lawrie: 28 year-old left-back Martin signed from Whitletts Victoria ahead of our East of Scotland Cup tie at Kelty in November 2014 and was the Ayr club's player of the year the season before he left. Martin also numbers Hurlford United, Craigmark Burntonians, Maybole and Annbank United amongst his previous clubs.
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Scott Woodhouse: An August 2016 arrival, 28 year-old defender Scott spent four seasons at local rivals Whitburn before stepping down to the amateur grade at the start of the 2014/15 season with Craigshill Thistle and, latterly, with Torbothie Rose.
John Drummond: After a season at Harthill Royal, John spent the next three at Livingston United before arriving at New Murrayfield Park. Capable of playing in the centre of midfield or in the middle of the defence, 23 year-old John was signed at the end of September 2016.
Jimmy Sommerville: Jimmy spent three seasons with Pumpherston, from where he arrived from
a relatively successful Bridgend Amateurs side, before signing for United at the beginning of the 2012/13 season.
Craig Young: Craig is an experienced midfielder or defender who began his playing days at Ross County before moving onto Cowdenbeath where he spent two seasons ahead of a move into the Juniors, first to Harthill Royal and then to Armadale Thistle before signing for Broxburn Athletic in September 2007. Craig signed up at New Murrayfield Park in August 2016 on a loan deal from the Albyn Park club.
Scott Mackie: Scott is a 24 year-old full back who began his Junior career with a short spell at Fauldhouse United as a teenager before dropping back down to the amateur ranks with Loganlea United. Scott was most recently with Stoneyburn before joining up at the Dem-master Stadium.
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Fraser Spence: Fraser stepped up from Whitburn FCA U19’s to play with local rivals Whitburn for two seasons before arriving at the Dem-master Community Stadium for the start of the 2013/14 campaign. Fraser plays primarily in the middle of the park and was last season’s Player of the Year, Player’s Player of the Year and Supporters Player of the Year.
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Ross Williamson: SPFL side Hamilton Academicals was the starting point for Ross who had a previous spell here in Blackburn back in season 2007/08 and season 2008/09 before moving to Kilsyth Rangers in the west. A perhaps light weight striker when he left, Ross has returned as a dynamic midfielder who doesn't give the opposition any timer and space on the ball.
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Danny Campbell: Still only 22, Danny was an absolutely prolific striker while coming through the youth ranks at Murrayfield Park and netted his first goal for the 'big' side in the win at Dalkeith Thistle at the end of 2009/10. Manager Dad Mark eased him in gently in his first full season during 2010/11 and this helped him to become the potent goal threat he is now, whether playing through the middle or in a wider role.
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Andy McQuillan: Prolific striker Andy is the Club's all time record goalscorer who first pitched up from West Calder United at the very end of the 2006/07 season. Top scorer in all of his full seasons at the Club, Andy has had spells away from New Murrayfield Park with Livingston United, Fauldhouse United and Broxburn Athletic but returned for a third spell midway through last season.
Fraser Clarkson: One of several products of our own Community Club, 23 year-old Fraser is a defender who can cover a variety of positions.
Fraser Cormack: A 19 year-old midfielder signed from Broxburn Ath U19, Fraser has also been on Dundee United and Livingston’s books as a youth.
Kenny Govan: Originally a youth signing withAlloa Athletic before signing for Stirling Albion in the SPFL, midfielder Kenny also spent time in the West Region with Dunipace and Forth Wanderers before arriving from Livingston United.
Darren Fleming: Darren began in our own Community Club youth set-up before a season at Stoneyburn was followed by two at West Calder United from where he signed on at New Murrayfield Park at the beginning of October 2016.
Dean Macarthur: Dean is a 25 year-old striker who had brief spells with Armadale Thistle and Harthill Royal during 2009/10 before a prolonged spell in the amateurs with Harvester AFC, Loganlea United and Green Tree. Most recently with Linlithgow Thistle AFC.
Chris Marshall: With Stoneyburn until the start of the 2013/14 season, Chris has since been amateur with Whitburn Bluebell, Cross Tavern and Loganlea United.
Gordon Wilson: A 28 year-old full-back with the experience of five seasons at Heriot Watt University FC, Gordon has also spent three seasons at Easthouses Lily.
Gary Calvey: 34 year old striker Gary has plied most of his trade in the East of Scotland league, starting out as an 18 year-old with Civil Service Strollers before moving to Craigroyston and then to Whitehill Welfare. Gary then joined near neighbours Stoneyburn at the outset of the 2011/12 season, latterly playing in the centre of the Beechwood Park clubs defence, before arriving at New Murrayfield Park in August 2016.