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    Miserable day in front of goal 

    Sunday, December 16, 2012 2:29:54 PM

    Confidence going into the Stranraer game was great after midweek victory over league leaders Queen of the South, we started the game well at Stair Park and took the game to the home side and could have been two or three goals ahead, but lacked quality in front of goal  before Stranraer scored the all important first goal, in the opening ten minutes of the second period we again looked to take charge of the game but uncharacterly lost bad goals. Manager Paul Hartley introduced all three substitutes to try and get on the scoresheet, and although we managed two goals the team who never stopped trying just could not find an equaliser in the closing minutes in a game which raged from end to end with Stranraer always looking dangerous on the break.

    Nicky Low goes close

    Armand One & Michael Doyle

    Simmons fires wide

    Michael Doyle - Must score?

    Eddie Ferns

    Holmes forces ball over line

    Robert Thomson makes it 2-3

     



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