December 29, 2012
Doonhamers continue fine form
|Stenhousemuir||Queen of the South|
|1 Calum Reidford||1 Lee Robinson|
|2 Greg Ross||5 Chris Higgins|
|3 Kevin McKinlay||2 Ryan McGuffie|
|5 Ross McMillan||8 Chris Mitchell|
|7 Brown Ferguson||4 Mark Durnan|
|4 Ian Thomson||6 Derek Young|
|6 Bryan Hodge||10 Nicky Clark|
|10 Sean Dickson||7 Daniel Orsi|
|8 Craig Anderson||3 Kevin Holt|
|9 Stewart Kean||11 Daniel Carmichael|
|11 Darren Lee Smith||9 Gavin Reilly|
|17 Dean Shaw||Jim Atkinson 12|
|12 Robbie Duncanson||Steven Black 15|
|15 Alan Lawson||Allan Johnston 17|
|14 Stuart Lovell||Steven McKenna 16|
|16 Owen Ronald||Kevin Smith 14|
|Stuart Lovell for Darren Lee Smith (71)||Steven McKenna for Daniel Orsi (35)|
|Owen Ronald for Sean Dickson (71)||Allan Johnston for Derek Young (76)|
|Kevin Smith for Nicky Clark (77)|
|Ian Thomson (22)||Nicky Clark (63)|
|Sean Dickson (31)|
|· Squads: Stenhousemuir | Queen of the South|
Queen of the South moved 11 points clear at the top of the table after a 3-1 win at Stenhousemuir.
Stenhousemuir had held the nine-man Doonhamers to a draw in the reverse fixture but a repeat was never likely after Gavin Reilly netted his first just after the half-hour mark.
Daniel Orsi played the ball in towards Reilly and the striker struck a low effort into the corner from close range.
Reilly turned creator for the second as his pass found Nicholas Clark, who swept a low drive into the bottom corner from 12 yards.
Reilly scored his second of the contest with a simple finish into the corner after being released by Mark Durnan.
Stewart Kean netted a last-minute consolation for the home side with a close-range volley following a corner.