East Stirlingshire FC
East Stirlingshire FC
Arbroath 4, Montrose 1
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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
ARBROATH extended their advantage at the top to six points despite being held to a 1-1 draw by bottom-of-the-table Clyde at Broadwood.
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.
ALBION Rovers' striker Robert Love endured a disappointing return to his former club Stenhousemuir's Ochilview ground as he missed a series of chances in the promotion-chasing Coatbridge side's goalless draw with East Stirling.
SEVEN teams still have legitimate title claims after leaders Arbroath lost 3-2 at Elgin City
Queen's Park emerged from the mist at Ochilview last night to win for the fifth time in six games thanks to Michael Daly's second-half goal and the promotion chasing sides in the Third Division may just now be wary of a previously unseen challenge from the Glasgow side, who finished the game with ten men.
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Queen's Park 1, Arbroath 1
East Stirlingshire have been expelled from the Scottish Cup after fielding an ineligible player in their fourth-round win over Buckie Thistle, meaning the Highland League side - who now host Brechin - are 90 minutes away from a place in the quarter-finals.
Stranraer 3, Arbroath 4
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A TEAM outside the Old Firm has been guaranteed a place in the final of the Scottish Cup following today's fifth round draw.
THE SFA have drafted in foreign officials to break the Scottish referee strike this weekend, but some matches will still not go ahead. Here is a list of the matches that are on and off.
Spartans 1 McLeod 54 East Stirlingshire 2 Weaver 42, Dunn 69
Arbroath 4, Montrose 2 Steven Doris opened the scoring for Arbroath with a 21st-minute penalty before heading home a second in the 62 minute.
Stranraer came from behind to continue their leadership of the Third Division by seeing off Queen's Park 3-1 at Hampden.