February 9, 2013
Queens extend lead
|Queen of the South||Stenhousemuir|
|1 Lee Robinson||1 Calum Reidford|
|5 Chris Higgins||2 Greg Ross|
|2 Chris Mitchell||3 Kevin McKinlay|
|4 Mark Durnan||4 Scott Buist|
|6 Derek Young||5 Ross McMillan|
|7 Paul Burns||8 David Rowson|
|8 Steven McKenna||10 Mark Corcoran|
|10 Nicky Clark||6 Bryan Hodge|
|3 Kevin Holt||7 Sean Dickson|
|9 Derek Lyle||9 John Gemmell|
|11 Daniel Carmichael||11 Darren Lee Smith|
|16 Jim Atkinson||Dean Shaw 16|
|14 Ryan McGuffie||Brown Ferguson 14|
|15 Steven Black||Ian Thomson 12|
|13 Kevin Smith||Craig Anderson 13|
|12 Gavin Reilly||Daniel Exposito-Hepburn 15|
|Gavin Reilly for Derek Lyle (68)||Craig Anderson for Sean Dickson (77)|
|Kevin Smith for Nicky Clark (81)|
|Derek Young (49)||Scott Buist (45)|
|Kevin Holt (55)|
|· Squads: Queen of the South | Stenhousemuir|
Queen of the South are now 18 points clear at the top of the Second Division after a 2-1 win over Stenhousemuir.
The Doonhamers went ahead through Derek Young in the 33rd minute as he turned the ball home following Chris Mitchell's cross.
A second was added in the last minute of the first half. Daniel Carmichael was brought down just outside the area and Mitchell curled the resulting free-kick into the top corner.
The Warriors pulled a goal back two minutes into the second period as Mark Corcoran broke through and slotted home.
Corcoran went close to a leveller with 12 minutes left but his 20-yard effort flew narrowly wide.
But Allan Johnston's side held on to record an eighth win in nine games.