November 17, 2012
Motion gets Forfar moving again
|1 David Scott||1 Robbie Thomson|
|2 Mark McCulloch||2 Greg Ross|
|4 Michael Bolochoweckyj||3 Kevin McKinlay|
|3 Iain Campbell||5 Ross McMillan|
|5 Mick Dunlop||4 Brad McKay|
|6 Martyn Fotheringham||7 Brown Ferguson|
|10 Gavin Swankie||8 Ian Thomson|
|11 Kevin Motion||6 Bryan Hodge|
|8 James Craigen||11 Sean Dickson|
|9 Chris Templeman||10 Stewart Kean|
|7 Ross Campbell||9 John Gemmell|
|20 Ross Salmon||Calum Reidford 17|
|12 Jamie Bishop||Nick Phinn 14|
|14 Barry Sellars||Jamie O'Grady 16|
|15 Charlie King||Craig Anderson 15|
|16 Omar Kader||Andy Rodgers 12|
|Barry Sellars for Kevin Motion (86)||Andy Rodgers for John Gemmell (46)|
|Omar Kader for Ross Campbell (86)||Craig Anderson for Brown Ferguson (54)|
|Nick Phinn for Ian Thomson (81)|
|James Craigen (70)||Sean Dickson (17)|
|Mark McCulloch (83)||Kevin McKinlay (32)|
|Ross McMillan (48)|
|Greg Ross (79)|
|· Squads: Forfar Athletic | Stenhousemuir|
Kevin Motion struck his first goal of the season as Forfar bounced back from three successive League defeats with a 3-2 win over Stenhousemuir at Station Park.
Gavin Swankie fired a first-half brace to put the Loons in control but Ross McMillan and Andy Rogers pegged them back before Motion's winner 16 minutes from time.
The home side edged ahead in the fifth minute when Swankie connected with James Craigen's free-kick to find the bottom right-hand corner from 18 yards before the midfielder poked in his second from Mark McCulloch's cross.
McMillan smashed the ball into the roof of the net to halve the deficit 15 minutes before the break and Rodgers levelled it up with a powerfully struck penalty after he was felled by David Scott.
Midfielder Motion found the top right-hand corner from 12 yards to restore the hosts' lead and extend the Warriors' winless league run to four games.