December 8, 2012
Kean makes his mark
|1 Scott Morrison||1 Calum Reidford|
|2 Mark Baxter||6 Eric Paton|
|8 Scott Robertson||2 Greg Ross|
|5 Stuart Malcolm||3 Kevin McKinlay|
|6 Alexander Keddie||4 Scott Buist|
|3 Colin Hamilton||5 Ross McMillan|
|11 Paul Sheerin||7 Brown Ferguson|
|4 Brian Kerr||8 Ian Thomson|
|10 Derek Holmes||10 Bryan Hodge|
|9 Steven Doris||9 Stewart Kean|
|7 Connor Birse||11 Darren Lee Smith|
|21 Tony Bullock||Connor Farley 17|
|15 Lee Sibanda||Brad McKay 14|
|16 Paul Currie||Sean Dickson 12|
|12 Darren Gribben||Jamie O'Grady 15|
|14 Daniel Rennie||Stuart Lovell 16|
|Darren Gribben for Connor Birse (63)||Sean Dickson for Brown Ferguson (63)|
|Daniel Rennie for Steven Doris (71)||Brad McKay for Ian Thomson (72)|
|Paul Currie for Paul Sheerin (74)|
|Colin Hamilton (43)|
|· Squads: Arbroath | Stenhousemuir|
Stewart Kean netted an injury-time equaliser to earn Stenhousemuir a share of the spoils in a thrilling 2-2 draw at Arbroath.
The visitors were ahead after just three minutes when Darren Smith poked home from close range after good work by Bryan Hodge.
But they were pegged back seven minutes later after Connor Birse laid the ball off for Steven Doris, who thumped it home from the edge of the penalty area.
And the Red Lichties were ahead after 51 minutes when Stuart Malcolm drilled in from close range after Paul Sheerin's free-kick was not dealt with.
They could have been further ahead just after the hour mark but for Callum Reidford who produced a fine save to deny Mark Baxter from range.
However, they could not hold out against a late wave of attacks from the Warriors as Smith picked out Kean deep into stoppage time to prod it over the line from six yards.