FIRST DIVISION SEMI-FINAL SECOND LEG
FORFAR Athletic have cause to believe they won this season's Third Division in all but name. Such sentiment, though, will not be found within their manager Dick Campbell.
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A LATE penalty by Ross Campbell means Forfar have the advantage going into Saturday's second leg at Station Park.
LIVINGSTON turned on the style as champions as they won 5-0 at bottom club Montrose.
Berwick 1 - 2 Albion Rovers
LIVINGSTON finally inched their way over the finishing line as champions when they drew 0-0 with Berwick Rangers in front of over 1,600 fans at Almondvale.
Livingston 2 Forfar Athletic 3
Queen's Park 0 Livingston 1 SUBSTITUTE Raffaele De Vita was the Lions' hero at Hampden as Livingston took another major step towards the Third Division title with a 1-0 victory over Queen's Park.
Third Division: Livingston 2-1 Stranraer | Annan Athletic 0-2 Queen's Park | Berwick Rangers 2-1 Elgin City | East Stirlingshire 2-3 Montrose | Forfar Athletic 1-1 Albion Rovers
Livingston strengthen grip on title after defeating Stranraer
Elgin City 0 Livingston 1 LIVINGSTON took a huge stride towards winning the Third Division title, extending their lead at the summit to ten points after a gutsy 1-0 win at Elgin.
FORFAR moved into third place in the Third Division last night, but they left it late to seal victory against second-bottom placed Elgin.
FORFAR, who have won three of their last four games, could move into third place if they beat Elgin at Station Park tonight.
LIVINGSTON 3 Annan Athletic 2 LIVINGSTON came back from a surprise 2-0 deficit to beat plucky Annan 3-2 on a poor Almondvale pitch.
ST JOHNSTONE were denied action against Aberdeen last weekend when a downpour left their pitch unplayable. But they responded in last night's Scottish Cup tie by hitting Forfar with a deluge of goals.
ALL seven of tonight's Active Nation Scottish Cup round round ties will go ahead as scheduled.
THE weather continues to disrupt the Scottish football programme with several matches postponed for a second time this morning.
THE big freeze has already claimed two Active Nation Scottish Cup fourth-round ties and there are more call-offs expected as the wintry weather continues to play havoc with the sports calendar.
THE Scottish Football League has been heavily hit again by the weather, with only five of the weekend's fixtures surviving the big freeze so far. Last week only two of the 15 fixtures survived.
FORFAR manager Dick Campbell has admitted his embarrassment after being filmed singing a Loyalist song with Rangers supporters in Spain.
FORFAR and East Stirling emerged victorious from the matches involving the division's top four sides, with Livingston's lead at the top being cut to just two points after their 2-1 defeat by the Angus side at Almondvale
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