November 24, 2012
City make it four from five
|Brechin City||Forfar Athletic|
|1 Craig Nelson||1 David Scott|
|7 Alan Trouten||2 Mark McCulloch|
|4 Graham Hay||4 Michael Bolochoweckyj|
|3 Jonathan Brown||3 Iain Campbell|
|5 Ewan Moyes||6 Martyn Fotheringham|
|2 Paul McLean||5 Barry Sellars|
|6 Garry Brady||10 Gavin Swankie|
|11 Gary Fusco||11 Danny Denholm|
|8 Craig Molloy||8 James Craigen|
|9 Andrew Jackson||9 Chris Templeman|
|10 Kurtis Byrne||7 Ross Campbell|
|20 Michael Andrews||Ross Salmon 21|
|12 Gerry McLaughlan||Stephen Tulloch 12|
|14 Jonathan Stewart||Kevin Motion 16|
|16 Jordan Lowdon||Charlie King 14|
|15 David McKenna||Omar Kader 15|
|Jordan Lowdon for Alan Trouten (34)||Kevin Motion for Danny Denholm (13)|
|David McKenna for Garry Brady (58)||Charlie King for Gavin Swankie (66)|
|Jonathan Stewart for Jordan Lowdon (73)||Omar Kader for Chris Templeman (70)|
|Andrew Jackson (58)||Martyn Fotheringham (51)|
|Ewan Moyes (67)||Michael Bolochoweckyj (52)|
|Graham Hay (83)||James Craigen (61)|
|Mark McCulloch (50)|
|· Squads: Brechin City | Forfar Athletic|
Brechin beat 10-man Forfar 4-1 to make it four wins from five in the league since Ray McKinnon took charge at Glebe Park.
His side took the lead in the 15th minute as Jonathan Brown cut in off the left-wing and curled a right-footed effort into the far corner.
Forfar were awarded a penalty just after the half-hour mark as Kevin Motion was fouled by Graham Hay, but Christopher Templeman's spot-kick was saved by Craig Nelson.
Five minutes after the break Mark McCulloch was shown a straight red card for bringing down Kurtis Byrne in the area, and Byrne himself netted the resulting spot-kick low to David Scott's left.
Andrew Jackson tapped in from close range to make it 3-1, before Ross Campbell pulled one back for Forfar with a brilliant strike from 35 yards.
Jackson rounded off the scoring in stoppage-time with a low strike from inside the area.