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Division Two: Nine-man Queens held by Stenhousemuir but remain clear at top of table

All the action from yesterday’s Division Two fixtures

Albion Rovers 4 - 0 Arbroath

David Crawford opened the

scoring for Albion after 16 minutes before Steven Howarth made

it 2-0 after 72 minutes and Tony Stevenson added a third from a

penalty and Crawford completed the scoring after Paul Currie was sent off.

Alloa Athletic 1 - 0 Ayr United

Jason Marr almost gave Alloa the lead but his header was just

inches off target and Graeme

Holmes came even closer when his effort struck the crossbar. Ben

Gordon finally opened the scoring just before the break with a left-foot shot.

Brechin City 3 - 0 Stranraer

Ray McKinnon made the perfect start in charge of Brechin as his side won comfortably. Andy Jackson put his team ahead after 27 minutes and four minutes later added his eighth of the season. David McKenna put the game beyond doubt with a third midway through the second half.

East Fife 3 - 0 Forfar Athletic

Forfar lost Martyn Fotheringham after only eight minutes when he was red-carded for violent conduct. East Fife made the breakthrough seven minutes from half-time when David Muir headed in a Paul Willis cross. Scott Smith and Paul McManus both netted in the final minutes.

Queen of the South 2 - 2 Stenhousemuir

Queens opened their account after only two minutes through Mark Durnan, but Derek Young was sent off for the home side before half-time. Nicky Clark doubled their lead but John Gemmell pulled a goal back and then Brown Ferguson equalised before Kevin Holt saw red for Queens.

 

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