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Livi cruise to victory

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

Livingston thumped Stenhousemuir 4-1 to remain joint top of the Second Division. Livi hit a quick-fire treble against a poor Stenny side. A well-taken goal by Robbie Winters after 13 minutes was doubled when the unfortunate Pat Scullion put through his own net. Aaron Conway finished neatly after good work by Winters down the right to make it three, before Stenhousemuir briefly got back into th...Full Story »

Four for Forfar

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

Forfar could afford to miss two late penalties and still run out comfortable 4-1 winners over nine-man Ayr at Station Park. Ross Campbell opened the scoring for Forfar from the spot in the 12th minute after Dean Keenan fouled Bryan Deasley, and Chris Templeman doubled the advantage on the hour from Deasley's cross. Ayr then had Ross Robertson and Dean Keenan dismissed for second bookings befor...Full Story »

McKenna double sinks Fifers

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

David McKenna netted a second-half brace as Brechin came from behind to beat East Fife 3-1 at the Bayview Stadium and stay top on goal difference. The home side took the lead in the 14th minute when Robert Linn fired into the top corner from 12 yards. But Brechin found the equaliser just three minutes before half-time when Craig Malloy fired into the roof of the net from 12 yards. McKenna the...Full Story »

West Brom rally to draw 2-2 at Man Utd

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

By CHRIS TUPLING STATS European Football Writer= LONDON (SE) - Sir Alex Ferguson refused to blame Edwin van der Sar after his goalkeeping clanger helped West Brom come back from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford. United had raced into a two-goal lead after just 25 minutes thanks to goals from Nani and Chicarito, but a spirited second half fightback from the in-form Baggies ea...Full Story »

Paton punishes Bairns

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

Paul Paton scored the only goal as struggling Partick earned a precious win over Falkirk. Paton grabbed what proved to be the winner with a fantastic volley from 18 yards after 17 minutes. The home side should have had more to show for their dominance with Paul Cairney running the game in the middle of the park but some wayward shooting kept the Bairns in the game. Falkirk should have levelle...Full Story »

United throws away 2-0 lead to draw with West Brom

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

MANCHESTER, England (AP)—Manchester United threw away a two-goal lead against West Bromwich Albion to draw its third consecutive English Premier League match on Saturday after Wayne Rooney was dropped to the bench. From the sidelines, Rooney saw his replacement, Javier Hernandez, score after just five minutes after goalkeeper Scott Carson failed to hold onto a free kick from Nani, who add...Full Story »

Prunty strike enough for Alloa

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

Alloa stayed within a point of league leaders Brechin following a 1-0 win over Airdrie at New Broomfield. Bryan Prunty's fifth goal of the season was enough to secure three points for his team in an ill-tempered affair that saw the home side end the game with nine men. Prunty headed home a David Gormley cross in the 34th minute to give his team all three points, but he should have opened the s...Full Story »

Birmingham City 1, Arsenal 2

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

By NEIL RICHARDS STATS European Football Writer= LONDON (SE) - Arsene Wenger celebrated his 800th game in charge of Arsenal with a victory as his ten-man Gunners came from a goal down to beat Birmingham 2-1 in a controversial match at the Emirates Stadium. The equalising Arsenal penalty from Samir Nasri just before half-time was awarded for what seemed like a dive by Marouane Chamakh over the ...Full Story »

Dundee make point

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

Crisis-club Dundee took a point against Stirling, who moved off the foot of the First Division table following the 1-1 draw at the Forthbank Stadium. Dundee, who saw manager Gordon Chisholm and a host of players leave the club after going into administration this week, thought they had taken the lead in the 47th minute when Leigh Griffiths headed home a Nicholas Riley cross from 12 yards but hi...Full Story »

McDougall`s late show keeps Pars top

Posted Sunday, October 17, 2010 by PA

Steven McDougall scored a 90th-minute winner to secure Dunfermline a 3-2 home victory over Ross County and maintain their one-point lead at the top. McDougall met Steven Bell's cross to finish left-footed from 12 yards out to keep up Athletic's 100% record at East End Park this season. Earlier, Scott Boyd's close-range finish had given County the lead after 25 minutes but the Pars equalised th...Full Story »

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