January 5, 2013
Blue Brazil pegged back by Macdonald
|1 Thomas Flynn||1 Derek Gaston|
|2 David Cowan||5 Kevin Rutkiewicz|
|3 Kenny Adamson||6 Craig Reid|
|5 John Armstrong||2 Scot Taggart|
|6 Joe Mbu||3 Lillie Dyer|
|8 Colin Cameron||7 Tony Wallace|
|4 Thomas O'Brien||11 David O'Brian|
|7 Dean Brett||8 Michael Tidser|
|9 Liam Caddis||4 Fouad Bachirou|
|11 Samuel Stanton||10 Peter MacDonald|
|10 Kane Hemmings||9 Peter Weatherson|
|18 Craig Wight||David Hutton 20|
|14 Scott Linton||Jordan Halsman 15|
|12 Marc McKenzie||Thomas O'Ware 14|
|16 Lewis Milne||Kyle Wilkie 12|
|15 Lewis Coult||Lewis Hawke 16|
|Scott Linton for Colin Cameron (57)||Kyle Wilkie for Tony Wallace (72)|
|Marc McKenzie for Dean Brett (71)||Jordan Halsman for David O'Brian (78)|
|Lewis Coult for Kenny Adamson (76)||Lewis Hawke for Peter Weatherson (89)|
|Joe Mbu (90)||Lillie Dyer (13)|
|Kevin Rutkiewicz (74)|
|· Squads: Cowdenbeath | Greenock Morton|
Cowdenbeath let a lead slip for the fourth consecutive game but held on to claim a 1-1 draw against promotion chasers Morton at Central Park.
New signings Liam Caddis, Sam Stanton, and Kane Hemmings were all handed a start for the hosts and it was the latter of the three who tested Derek Gaston after 18 minutes with an effort from distance.
David O'Brien tried his luck with a long-range strike at the other end 10 minutes later but goalkeeper Thomas Flynn was up to the task.
The Blue Brazil opened the deadlock eight minutes before half-time when Colin Cameron sent Caddis through on goal and the St Johnstone loanee made no mistake with an angled drive.
Six minutes after the interval, however, Peter MacDonald equalised for the Ton with a confident finish after Kenneth Adamson had failed to clear.
Lewis Coult had a great opportunity to earn Cowdenbeath victory three minutes from the end, but he was unable to head Marc McKenzie's cross on target as both sides settled for a point.