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Walker wins it for Raith

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

A solitary second-half strike from Allan Walker gave top-of-the-table Raith a 1-0 victory at bottom side Morton.Walker converted from inside the penalty area on 61 minutes after Craig Wilson's initial shot was blocked.The Ton had their chances to take something from the game, Grant Evans heading over in the first-half while Rovers' goalkeeper David McGurn had to be alert to save Brian Graham's ...Full Story »

Easy win for Dumbarton

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

Dumbarton ran out easy 4-1 winners against East Fife, but remain bottom of the Irn-Bru Second Division.The home team took the lead on 31 minutes thanks to John McShane's low finish from just inside the area.Kurtis Byrne equalised for East Fife after 39 minutes when he took in Craig Johnstone's pass, but the game turned away from East Fife in the second half when Scott Durie put the ball past St...Full Story »

Brechin cling to the summit

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

Brechin held on to top spot in Division Two after coming from behind against Alloa to earn a 2-2 draw.The visitors took the lead midway through the first half when forward Kevin Byers fired in from 20 yards.Alloa responded well and were level inside 15 minutes, defender Michael Dunlop popping up in the area to score his first goal for the club.The home side then almost took the lead before the ...Full Story »

Comeback kids stay on top

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

Stranraer had to come back from a goal behind to defeat Elgin 2-1 at Stair Park and remain top of the Third division by two points.A goal in either half for the league leaders saw off Elgin, who in the end left the field with only 10 men.Elgin took the lead on seven minutes through Jason Crooks from the spot after Armand One had fouled Jamie Duff.Stranraer had missed chances through Scott Agnew...Full Story »

One goal enough for Airdrie

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

An even game was settled with a solitary late goal as Airdrie saw off Stenhousemuir 1-0 at New Broomfield.The teams were side-by-side in the Division Two table, with Airdrie now five points clear of their visitors, despite this being their first home win of the season.The first half lacked any real incident with each side creating one half-chance each to speak of, Anthony Watt going close for A...Full Story »

Buchanan makes the difference

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

Liam Buchanan's second-half strike was enough to give Partick a 1-0 win over Cowdenbeath.The visitors had the best of the opening chances as Mark Ramsay fired over from 20 yards before Partick came back into the game and had chances of their own, but Ludovic Roy comfortably saved Paul Cairney and Patrick Boyle's long-distance shots.Marc McKenzie had two chances to put Cowdenbeath ahead midway t...Full Story »

Millar makes his point

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

An 88th-minute penalty from Mark Millar rescued a home point for Falkirk as they twice came from behind to draw 3-3 with Dundee.The away side were 2-0 up after just seven minutes, a Leigh Griffiths 20-yarder in the second minute added to by Sean Higgins' goal from 12 yards.That was the way it stayed until the 72nd minute, with Mark Stewart pulling one back for the Bairns from Carl Finnigan's pa...Full Story »

Pars cruise to win

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

Dunfermline made light work of struggling Stirling as they picked up a 3-0 victory that sent them second in the Scottish First Division.The hosts started brightly at East End Park and needed just 18 minutes to take the lead.Jerome Heeking up-ended Gary Mason wide on the right and from the resulting free-kick William Gibson headed home with ease.Jim McIntyre's team doubled their lead with half-a...Full Story »

Vigurs makes telling contribution

Posted Sunday, October 31, 2010 by PA

A late strike from Iain Vigurs gave struggling Ross County a 1-1 draw at home to Queen of the South.The visitors took the lead early on and against the run play when striker Colin McMenamin tapped in from all of six yards with 18 minutes on the clock.But Ross County showed fantastic grit and determination to dominate the remainder of the encounter, creating chances but not showing the quality r...Full Story »

Arsenal at last feel Lukasz Fabianski will no longer cost them dear

Posted Saturday, October 30, 2010 by theguardian.com

Lukasz Fabianski has looked assured for Arsenal this season and was outstanding in last week's 3-0 win at Manchester City. According to the embellishment, which is typical of these tales, Lukasz Fabianski had a tear in his eye. We are not talking about the Arsenal goalkeeper's infamous Champions League night in Oporto, or the FA Cup semi-final horror show against Chelsea; rather an incident fro...Full Story »

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