Annan maintain perfect start with win over Clyde
The winner came when Steven Sloan’s header on 15 minutes slipped from the grasp of goalkeeper Felip Mentel and crawled over the line. Clyde had the best of the remainder of the game, but they could not force a leveller. Galabank boss Harry Cairney said: “We rode our luck especially in the second half. Clyde will feel that they should have had a point if not three.”
Visiting manager Jim Duffy said: “It was very frustrating as it was all us in the second half and we deserved something.”
Elgin City moved into second spot after a goal from Craig Gunn in each half earned them a 2-0 win over visitors East Stirling. Gunn’s first goal in 27 minutes came seconds after he had seen his penalty turned round for a corner by visiting goalkeeper Calum Antel.
Daniel Moore floated in the resultant flag-kick and Gunn beat Antel this time with a finish at the far post. Gunn fired in the second nine minutes from time.
Alloa enjoyed a 2-1 success over visitors Peterhead. The Blue Toon led at half-time thanks a Rory McAllister free kick from distance, however Kevin Cawley equalised a minute into the second period. Cawley won the points for Paul Hartley’s side as he fired home midway through the second half.
Stranraer crushed their Montrose hosts 6-0, Stuart McColm scoring twice before the break, with Chris Aitken, Michael Moore (two) and Craig Malcolm adding goals in the second period.
Kevin McDonald’s volley from 18 yards had Berwick Rangers leading at Hampden, however Queen’s Park’s Michael Daly ended a fine flowing move with a sharp finish to draw level at 1-1.