February 16, 2013
Hodge at the double
|1 Calum Reidford||1 Callum Antell|
|3 Kevin McKinlay||3 Craig Johnstone|
|4 Scott Buist||4 David Muir|
|5 Ross McMillan||5 Darren McCormack|
|2 Brown Ferguson||2 Scott Durie|
|8 David Rowson||7 Bobby Barr|
|10 Mark Corcoran||10 Darren Smith|
|6 Bryan Hodge||11 Dale Keenan|
|7 Sean Dickson||9 Paul McManus|
|9 John Gemmell||6 Scott McBride|
|11 Darren Lee Smith||8 Paul Willis|
|17 Dean Shaw||Michael Brown 17|
|16 Robbie Duncanson||Robert Sloan 15|
|15 Ian Thomson||Collin Samuel 12|
|14 Craig Anderson||Sean Jamieson 14|
|12 Jamie Ried||Liam Gormley 16|
|Ian Thomson for Sean Dickson (68)||Collin Samuel for Dale Keenan (46)|
|Dean Shaw for Calum Reidford (79)|
|Craig Anderson for Darren Lee Smith (90)|
|Scott Buist (87)||Bobby Barr (50)|
|Collin Samuel (79)|
|David Muir (89)|
|Paul McManus (89)|
|· Squads: Stenhousemuir | East Fife|
Stenhousemuir midfielder Bryan Hodge scored a rare brace as his side came from behind to beat East Fife 2-1.
The first half was a scrappy affair with few clearcut chances for either team.
The visitors began to dominate in the early stages of the second half and it came as no surprise when they took the lead in the 55th minute.
Scott McBride fired his free-kick past Stenhousemuir stopper Callum Reidford from the right edge of the area to score his eighth league goal of the campaign.
But the hosts found themselves on level terms five minutes later when Hodge volleyed home from 20 yards out to score his first goal of the season.
The Warriors went from strength to strength in the closing stages and grabbed the winner when Hodge drilled the ball into the bottom corner from the left side of the area.