October 6, 2012
Milne is head man
|Keaghan Jacobs (71')||Lewis Milne (90')|
|1 Andrew McNeil||1 Thomas Flynn|
|5 Craig Barr||2 David Cowan|
|4 Paul Watson||6 Kenny Adamson|
|3 Tena Garcia||5 John Armstrong|
|2 Ross Docherty||3 Scott Linton|
|6 Keaghan Jacobs||4 Colin Cameron|
|9 Marc McNulty||7 Marc McKenzie|
|10 Steven Scougall||8 Mark Ramsey|
|7 Anthony Andreu||11 Jamie Stephenson|
|8 Iain Russell||9 Greig Stewart|
|11 Jordan Morton||10 Lewis Toult|
|12 Callum Booth||Craig Wight 18|
|15 Callum Fordyce||Thomas O'Brien 12|
|18 Mark Hurst||Lewis Milne 15|
|16 Ross Gray||Kyle Miller 14|
|14 Dylan Easton||Ruben Garcia-Rey 16|
|Callum Booth for Paul Watson (30)||Ruben Garcia-Rey for Greig Stewart (57)|
|Ross Gray for Ross Docherty (66)||Kyle Miller for Colin Cameron (70)|
|Dylan Easton for Steven Scougall (77)||Lewis Milne for Marc McKenzie (79)|
|Iain Russell (45)||Kyle Miller (88)|
|Steven Scougall (72)|
|John Armstrong (55)|
|· Squads: Livingston | Cowdenbeath|
Lewis Milne's stoppage-time equaliser secured 10-man Cowdenbeath a 1-1 draw at Livingston.
After a quiet first half, the game sprang to life 10 minutes after the interval as John Armstrong was shown a straight red-card for a lunge on Anthony Andreu.
Livingston came close to taking the lead 10 minutes later but Callum Booth's low drive from 12 yards was well held by Cowdenbeath goalkeeper Thomas Flynn.
But the home side took the lead with 19 minutes left as Keaghan Jacobs' effort from 20 yards took a deflection on its way past Flynn.
The home side could not see out the game to secure a second successive victory as Cowdenbeath hit a late leveller.
Jamie Stevenson was brought down on the left and from his in-swinging free-kick Milne rose highest to head home and earn his side a point.