• FT

    Brechin

    3

    Arbroath

    2

  • FT

    Albion

    2

    Ayr

    0

  • FT

    Queen of S't

    4

    Stranraer

    1

  • PPD

    Alloa

    P

    Forfar

    P

  • PPD

    East Fife

    P

    Stenhousem'r

    P

SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE

Glebe Park, Scotland

Referee: G Hilland | Attendance: 978

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Brechin City

  • Stuart Malcolm 8' OG
  • Paul McLean 35'
  • Alan Trouten 61'

3 - 2

FT

Arbroath

  • Paul Sheerin 57'
  • Steven Doris 64' PEN

Trouten wins it for Hedgemen

Alan Trouten scored the decisive goal as Brechin earned a 3-2 win at home to Arbroath.

Ray McKinnon's men took the lead after eight minutes when Red Lichties defender Stuart Malcolm diverted Trouten's pass into his own net.

The home side doubled their advantage 10 minutes before the break as Paul McLean's drilled 25-yard effort found the back of the net.

Paul Sheerin's 57th-minute strike - a finish into the bottom corner from Derek Holmes' header - halved the arrears before Trouten restored the Hedgemen's two-goal lead after 61 minutes, applying the finish to Derek Carcary's cross.

The visitors came back into the game for a second time, however, three minutes later when top scorer Steven Doris tucked away his 11th goal of the season from the penalty spot after being brought down by Gary Fusco.

Antony Bullock needed to be alert to keep out Trouten's goalbound effort seven minutes later while the visitors failed to arrest a poor run which has now seen them win just one of their last eight games.

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Scoring Summary

  • Brechin City
  • Arbroath
(57') Paul Sheerin
(pen 64') Steven Doris

Match Stats

  • Brechin City
  • Arbroath
0(0) Shots (on goal) 0(0)
0 Fouls 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Offsides 0
0% Time of Possession 0%
5 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
0 Saves 0

Teams

  • Brechin City
  • Arbroath
Substitutes
Substitutions
Yellow Cards
Ewan Moyes (19')
Paul McLean (29')
Gary Fusco (63')
Alan Trouten (76')
Graham Hay (90 + 3')