October 6, 2012
Thomson on target
|1 Michael McGovern||1 Paul Gallacher|
|4 Darren Dods||3 Stephen Jordan|
|2 Robbie Neilson||4 Andrew Dowie|
|5 Jonathan Flynn||2 Jordan McMillan|
|6 Kieran Duffy||5 Callum Morris|
|3 Stephen Kingsley||7 Joe Cardle|
|8 Stuart Murdoch||6 Andrew Geggan|
|7 Blair Alston||8 Stephen Husband|
|11 Luke Leahy||11 Josh Falkingham|
|10 Sean Higgins||9 Andrew Barrowman|
|9 Lyle Taylor||10 Ryan Wallace|
|17 Graham Bowman||Michal Hrivnak 17|
|12 Chris Smith||John Potter 16|
|15 Andrew Haworth||Ryan Thomson 15|
|16 Dale Fulton||Craig Dargo 14|
|14 David Weatherston||Andy Kirk 12|
|David Weatherston for Sean Higgins (77)||Ryan Thomson for Josh Falkingham (61)|
|Andrew Haworth for Luke Leahy (87)||Andy Kirk for Joe Cardle (72)|
|Chris Smith for Robbie Neilson (90)|
|Stuart Murdoch (17)||Andrew Geggan (13)|
|Jordan McMillan (37)|
|Stephen Jordan (67)|
|Callum Morris (69)|
|· Squads: Falkirk | Dunfermline Athletic|
Dunfermline fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Falkirk and move to the top of the table.
The home side led 2-0 with 11 minutes left after Lyle Taylor's brace but Dunfermline scored two in three minutes to earn a point.
Taylor opened the scoring after 30 minutes as he collected Kieran Duffie's long ball before firing past Paul Gallacher from 12 yards.
Ten minutes into the second half and Taylor doubled his side's tally with a close range finish after good work by Sean Higgins down the right.
Dunfermline begun their fightback in the 79th minute as Andrew Barrowman received Ryan Wallace's pass and slotted past Michael McGovern from just inside the six-yard box.
Ryan Thomson completed the comeback three minutes later as he met Wallace's corner with a firm header from close range.