Division Two: Arbroath lose ground as Blue Brazil’s fantastic four keeps them on title target
A roundup of yesterday’s Division Two fixtures
Cowdenbeath 4 - 1 Dumbarton
Marc McKenzie opened the scoring for the league leaders with a shot from close-in. Lewis Coult got the second after 29 minutes, but Craig Dargo pulled a goal back. Joseph Mbu then headed a third from Scott Linton’s cross and McKenzie scored his second in the second half.
Airdrie United 2 - 0 Arbroath
Both sides had chances in the first half – John Boyle denied by Darren Hill and Paul Sheerin kept out by Grant Adam.
Airdrie snatched the lead after 72 minutes when Paul Lovering headed home. Willie McLaren grabbed the second in the final minute.
Stenhousemuir 1 - 2 Albion Rovers
Andy Rodgers gave Stenhousemuir a 25th-minute lead with a well-struck shot.
Tony Stevenson set up Jack Werndly who equalised with a left-foot shot eight minutes later. Ryan McStay the scored with a right-foot shot to hoist Rovers off the bottom.
Brechin City 1 - 3 East Fife
Ryan Wallace hit a memorable hat-trick to boost East Fife’s play-off hopes.
Ewan Moyes gave Brechin a 16th-minute lead, but Wallace bagged goals in 15 and 59 minutes before claiming his third, and his 23rd of the season, near the end.
Forfar Athletic 4 - 3 Stirling Albion
Forfar took the lead through Martyn Fotheringham, Bradley Coyne getting the second three minutes later. Kevin Kelbie pulled one back. Chris Templeton restored Forfar’s advantage, with Darren Smith pulling another back. Mark Ferry equalised, but Kevin Byers sealed the win.
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