Berwick Rangers FC
Berwick Rangers FC
Arbroath 4, Montrose 1
A YOUNG footballer has been sacked after a vile, foul-mouthed online rant, in which he wished Celtic boss Neil Lennon had been blown up by a mail bomb.
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Spartans travel across the English Border tonight to meet SFL Third Division side Berwick Rangers in the final of the East of Scotland (City) Cup at Shielfield Park, kick-off 7.30pm.
Arbroath took a major step towards the first-ever silverware in the club's history as they defeated Clyde 3-0 at Broadwood on Saturday.
Clyde 0, Arbroath 3
Queen's Park 0, Annan Athletic 1
Clyde may be hosting league leaders Arbroath tonight, but Jim Duffy's men have shown they can hold their own against the league's best sides.
Berwick Rangers manager Jimmy Crease is looking for an improvement from his side against promotion-chasing Albion Rovers after they went down far too easily against league leaders Arbroath at the weekend.
Arbroath 2, Berwick Rangers 1
Lennon to miss CIS cup final, Samaras negotiations stepped-up while Diouf and Bougherra look set to escape further punishment.
Stranraer earned revenge on bottom side Clyde for their defeat on Saturday and moved to the top of the table by defeating the Bully Wee 3-1 at Stair Park. The visitors' Ricky Waddell went close after eight minutes with a fierce left- foot shot and the home side responded with Armand One forcing John Hutchison into a fine save on 21 minutes.
FIRST DIVISION Morton v Falkirk
SEVEN teams still have legitimate title claims after leaders Arbroath lost 3-2 at Elgin City
Queen's Park 1, Arbroath 1
Lennon defiant in face of threats, Levein backs captain Miller and Motherwell land former £8m man.
Stranraer 3, Arbroath 4
Three games beat the freeze with ever improving Elgin City coming from behind to throw the title race wide open by defeating leaders Stranraer 2-1 at Borough Briggs.
BERWICK Rangers manager Jimmy Crease and his players enjoyed the exposure the club received in the build-up to their Scottish Cup tie against Celtic, but despite losing the game he says the attentions he has received in the aftermath have taken him aback.
BERWICK Rangers manager Jimmy Crease claims his side were denied a penalty in the opening minutes of yesterday's fourth-round tie when Steven Notman went to ground under pressure from Charlie Mulgrew and Thomas Rogne.
CELTIC manager Neil Lennon was both satisfied and relieved by his team's 2-0 Scottish Cup fourth-round win at Berwick Rangers yesterday.