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Took in the Rossvale v Irvine Meadow  game today, weather was awful but Rossvale took their chances well with Meadow reducing deficit late on. 

The home side well organised and worked hard with chances well taken. S Higgins adds that quality upfront and still has it. Good to see Gormley starting well in his managerial career.

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A Paul Stewart goal gives the Farmer’s Boys a 1-0 win at Renfrew and it is now 9 wins and a draw in the last 10 aways in all competitions for Neilston. 

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1 hour ago, AM-1 said:

Took in the Rossvale v Irvine Meadow  game today, weather was awful but Rossvale took their chances well with Meadow reducing deficit late on. 

The home side well organised and worked hard with chances well taken. S Higgins adds that quality upfront and still has it. Good to see Gormley starting well in his managerial career.

I thought 3 - 2 flattered Medda tbh. Rossvale were the better team by a distance for me, particularly 2nd half 

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Downfield 2 Lochee United 1

Lochee United lost three valuable points in the Superleague championship race, going down to local rivals Downfield.

A mix-up in the Spiders’ defence in the opening five minutes was almost punished by Logan Davie, but the midfielder hurried his effort and shot wide.

The home side took the lead on 14 minutes when a cross from the left wing went across the face of the Lochee goal and Lee CAMERON, ghosting in at the far post, knocked the ball into the net.

New Lochee goalkeeper Josh Gorton had no chance with that one but he did prevent his side going two behind when he pulled off a good save from Ross Storrier’s free kick.

Kevin Milne missed a golden opportunity to pull the visitors level when he raced on to a Dougie Cameron pass and was one on one with the keeper, but Downfield’s Grant Adam made a great save at the striker’s feet.

Scott McComiskie then had the ball in the home net but was pulled up for offside.

Downfield’s youngsters were making it hard for the more experienced Lochee outfit with their quick tackling and eager running and they fully deserved their half time lead against a lacklustre Bluebells side.

The home team were quick out of the blocks in the second half with Gorton having to look lively as Kerr Hay tried to catch him out with a shot from the halfway line.

Hay was involved as well as the Spiders made it two on 47 minutes. He went down in a challenge from Alan Tulleth and, though the decision was hotly disputed by the Lochee players, a penalty was awarded and stuck away comfortably by Jordan COLQUHOUN.

The Thomson Park side tried to respond and both Milne and Tulleth went close. They got back into the game courtesy of Hay who impeded Dougie Cameron on 67 minutes.

The referee initially gave a free kick on the edge of the box though the offence was clearly inside, but changed his decision to a penalty kick on the advice of the linesman.

Dougie CAMERON stepped up to make it 2-1.

With that boost Lochee piled on the pressure and McComiskie went close only to see his goalbound shot blocked by the legs of Adam.

In the dying minutes it looked like skipper Greg Kirk was to pull an equaliser out of the bag but Adam was there again to grab the ball on the line.

With two minutes to go Downfield sub Dale Davidson managed to pick up his second booking in the space of a few minutes and was ordered off.

Despite this, the Spiders managed to hold on for a creditable victory and avenge their defeat at Thomson Park earlier in the season.

Downfield: Adam, J Colquhoun, Sivewright, Storrier (Snowdon 41), C Colquhoun, Cameron, Hunter, Thomson, Hay (Duffy 77), Farquharson, McLeod (Davidson 77).

Lochee United: Gorton, Webster, McNally, Kirk, Millar, Davie, Cameron, Lawson, Tulleth (Cavanagh 75), McComiskie, Milne (Buchan 75).

 

 

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2 hours ago, Brig O'Lea said:

A Paul Stewart goal gives the Farmer’s Boys a 1-0 win at Renfrew and it is now 9 wins and a draw in the last 10 aways in all competitions for Neilston. 

I thought Neilston deserved it today. They were the better side in the first half, and defended well after taking the lead. Renfrew hit the crossbar twice, but it had the look of ‘one of those days’ as soon as Neilston scored.

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Conditions at Troon today were some of the worst I've ever witnessed in terms of strong winds. When you're constantly seeing Big Andy Leishman not making half way out of his own half with a punt you know it's bad. Never seen so many high balls resembling boomerangs, and / or going straight out of play.

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Big yin should be playing oot fae the back in those conditions, just sayin like

Conditions at Troon today were some of the worst I've ever witnessed in terms of strong winds. When you're constantly seeing Big Andy Leishman not making half way out of his own half with a punt you know it's bad. Never seen so many high balls resembling boomerangs, and / or going straight out of play.

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10 minutes ago, Longshanks66 said:

Big yin should be playing oot fae the back in those conditions, just sayin likeemoji2369.png

They wont do that pal 

win second ball win second ball 

no watchable 

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4 minutes ago, Darvel legend said:

They wont do that pal 

win second ball win second ball 

no watchable 

You couldn't be more wrong and for a club official to disparage another club is utterly disgraceful

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What utter pish you talk.
Talbot have played some tremendous football this season.
I take it the galacticos played total football today?

They wont do that pal 
win second ball win second ball 
no watchable 

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36 minutes ago, Darvel legend said:

They wont do that pal 

win second ball win second ball 

no watchable 

So if Darvel were successful through winning second balls you wouldn't be happy? Sometimes you've got to win "ugly" you want to see tippy tappy stuff then watch barca 😂

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