September 29, 2012
Morton win again
|Airdrie United||Greenock Morton|
|1 Kenny Arthur||1 Derek Gaston|
|5 David William Lilley||5 Craig Reid|
|2 Michael Hart||3 Lillie Dyer|
|3 Grant Evans||6 Jason Naismith|
|4 Cameron MacDonald||11 David O'Brian|
|7 Jamie Bain||7 Stephen Stirling|
|11 William McLaren||8 Michael Tidser|
|6 Sean Lynch||2 Scot Taggart|
|8 Nathan Blockley||4 Fouad Bachirou|
|9 John Boyle||9 Peter Weatherson|
|10 Ryan Donnelly||10 Archie Campbell|
|17 Andrew Duncan||David Hutton 20|
|15 Marc Warren||Jordan Halsman 15|
|12 Alan Cook||Tony Wallace 14|
|16 Jamie Barclay||David Graham 12|
|14 Paul Di Giacomo||Liam Gormley 16|
|Marc Warren for Cameron MacDonald (14)||David Graham for Michael Tidser (66)|
|Alan Cook for Ryan Donnelly (58)|
|Paul Di Giacomo for William McLaren (70)|
|Cameron MacDonald (11)||Jason Naismith (90)|
|John Boyle (62)|
|Michael Hart (90)|
|David William Lilley (85)|
|· Squads: Airdrie United | Greenock Morton|
Morton made it four wins in a row with a 3-2 victory over 10-man Airdrie.
Morton struck the post twice in the first 30 minutes with David O'Brien and Archie Campbell seeing efforts come back off the woodwork.
But it was Airdrie who struck first as John Boyle drilled in a low effort from 25 yards to give his side the lead.
It took the visitors just three minutes of the second half to equalise through Campbell's calm lob. And they took the lead 20 minutes later as O'Brien tapped in from two yards.
With 11 minutes left Campbell scored his second with a curling finish into the bottom corner.
John Boyle replied for Airdrie a minute later with a low effort into the corner but any chance of a comeback was scuppered by David Lilley's 85th-minute red card for a professional foul on Campbell.