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Edinburgh stay top of League Two with Cowdenbeath win

Posted Sunday, February 24, 2019 by PA40 hits

Edinburgh maintained their charge towards promotion with a 2-0 Ladbrokes League Two win over 10-man Cowdenbeath.Craig Thomson and Blair Henderson scored first-half goals for the capital club before the Blue Brazil’s hopes of a comeback were dented by David Cox’s 69th-minute dismissal.Peterhead remain just a point behind Edinburgh after a 1-0 win at Stirling.Rory McAllister’s 13...Full Story »

Fraser penalty enough for Cowdenbeath

Posted Wednesday, February 20, 2019 by PA54 hits

Gary Fraser’s second-half penalty gave Cowdenbeath a 1-0 win over Scottish League Two bottom side Albion Rovers.The hosts twice hit the woodwork with Kris Renton seeing his header come back off the bar in the third minute of first-half injury time and Fraser Mullan’s free-kick shortly after the interval also rebounding off the goal frame.But the Blue Brazil finally took the...Full Story »

Shane Sutherland bags a brace as Elgin see off Cowdenbeath

Posted Saturday, October 13, 2018 by PA38 hits

Shane Sutherland scored a brace as Elgin defeated 10-man Cowdenbeath 3-1 in Ladbrokes League Two.David Cox opened the scoring for Cowdenbeath in the 10th minute but the hosts were back on terms just after the halfway point of the opening period.Striker Sutherland collected Brian Cameron’s shot and slid in his third goal of the season in the 25th minute.Elgin took the lead in the 50th minut...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath stay up at Cove’s expense

Posted Saturday, May 12, 2018 by PA75 hits

Cowdenbeath preserved their 113-year SPFL status after beating Cove Rangers 3-2 in the second leg of the Ladbrokes League Two play-off final.Cowdenbeath survived last season with a penalty shoot-out win over East Kilbride in the play-offs, and they faced another nervy afternoon on Saturday before seeing off Highland League champions Cove.Following a goalless first leg in which the...Full Story »

Cove Rangers and Cowdenbeath draw first leg of play-off

Posted Saturday, May 05, 2018 by PA49 hits

Cove Rangers and Cowdenbeath played out a goalless draw in the first leg of the Scottish League Two play-off final at Inverurie.Cove won the Highland League for the second time in three years and overcame Lowland League champions Spartans 5-2 on aggregate in the Pyramid play-off final.Cowdenbeath finished bottom of League Two, eight points adrift of Edinburgh City.The second leg of the play...Full Story »

Lewis Milne scores twice as Montrose go top after beating Cowdenbeath

Posted Wednesday, April 11, 2018 by PA57 hits

Lewis Milne scored twice as Montrose won 3-0 at Cowdenbeath to return to the top of Ladbrokes League Two.Milne’s deflected strike gave the visitors a half-time lead against the Scottish League’s bottom club, with Martin Rennie also going close with a header.The latter made it 2-0 early in the second half with a close-range tap-in before a trademark free-kick from Milne put the result...Full Story »

Stirling Albion move into play-off places with win over Cowdenbeath

Posted Thursday, February 01, 2018 by PA77 hits

Stirling Albion climbed into the Ladbrokes League Two play-off places after ending a two-game losing run with a 1-0 win over Cowdenbeath.Chances were few and far between in the opening half-hour as both sides struggled to get a foothold with David Cox and David Smith both firing wide from distance for the hosts.Albion broke the deadlock in the 35th minute when the Blue Brazil failed to deal with...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath 1 - 0 Queen's Park: Clyde to meet Queen's Park in Scottish League One play-off showdown

Posted Saturday, May 07, 2016 by PA97 hits

Goals from Jordan Kirkpatrick and Scott Linton confirmed Clyde's place in the Scottish League One play-off final as a 2-0 win at Elgin secured a 5-1 aggregate success. Kirkpatrick's fifth goal of the campaign in all competitions came in stunning fashion as he curled a 30-yard free-kick beyond Mark Hurst after David Gormley was fouled by Jamie Duff. Linton rounded off the game in stoppage time ...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath 1 - 0 Queen's Park: Cowdenbeath relegated despite win over Queen's Park

Posted Saturday, May 07, 2016 by PA74 hits

A 1-0 second-leg victory was not enough to save Cowdenbeath from relegation to Scottish League Two following a 2-1 aggregate defeat to Queen's Park. Despite Greig Spence's second-half winner, Cowdenbeath paid the price for losing Wednesday's first leg 2-0. Spence set up a nervy final 36 minutes when he converted from close range, his 18th goal of the season. But Queen's Park held on and will ...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath vs Queen's Park - Mo Yacub missing for Cowdenbeath with concussion

Posted Saturday, May 07, 2016 by PA61 hits

Cowdenbeath are again without Mo Yacub for the Ladbrokes League One play-off semi-final second leg with Queen's Park due to concussion as they look to hit back against the Spiders. The Blue Brazil are on the brink of relegation after going down 2-0 in the first leg. Declan Byrne is available after a recent head knock but Kyle Miller is a doubt after being injured in the first leg at Hampden an...Full Story »

Queen's Park 2 - 0 Cowdenbeath: Chris Duggan stars as Queen's Park defeat Cowdenbeath

Posted Wednesday, May 04, 2016 by PA51 hits

Chris Duggan scored both goals in a dominant personal display as Queen's Park won the Ladbrokes League One play-off semi-final first leg 2-0 against Cowdenbeath at Hampden Park. Duggan fired home inside 60 seconds and doubled the lead from the penalty spot in the 66th minute for the League Two team, putting League One Cowdenbeath under severe pressure for Saturday's second leg. Duggan gave the...Full Story »

Queen's Park vs Cowdenbeath - Queen's Park without trio ahead of Cowdenbeath clash

Posted Wednesday, May 04, 2016 by PA102 hits

Queen's Park head coach Gus MacPherson will once again be without midfielder Jamie McKernon for the Ladbrokes League One play-off semi-final first leg against Cowdenbeath. McKernon has been struggling with a foot injury while club captain Tony Quinn (hip) and forward Kenny Mackay (knee) will also be unavailable as the Spiders look to lay down a marker at Hampden, having only qualified for the p...Full Story »

Stranraer 1 - 0 Cowdenbeath: Mark McGuigan's strike seals play-off spot for Stranraer

Posted Saturday, April 30, 2016 by PA39 hits

Mark McGuigan's solitary strike was enough for Stranraer to seal a Ladbrokes League One play-off place by beating Cowdenbeath 1-0. Stranraer took the lead three minutes into the second half when McGuigan drilled home after keeper Grant Adam had parried Willie Gibson's effort. Craig Malcolm twice went close for Stranraer with Greig Spence lashing an effort wide at the other end. Paul Cairney n...Full Story »

Stranraer vs Cowdenbeath - Sam McCloskey and Lee Mair miss crucial Cowdenbeath clash

Posted Saturday, April 30, 2016 by PA68 hits

Stranraer are without Sam McCloskey and player-assistant manager Lee Mair as they bid to beat Cowdenbeath and seal a Ladbrokes League One play-off place. The Blues have a different objective from their second-bottom opponents and manager Brian Reid said: "If we win we are in the promotion play-offs and unfortunately for Cowdenbeath they will be in the relegation play-offs. "If we don't win th...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath 1 - 3 Stenhousemuir: Alan Cook brace helps Stenhousemuir overcome Cowdenbeath

Posted Saturday, April 23, 2016 by PA56 hits

Alan Cook scored twice as Stenhousemuir boosted their survival hopes by coming from behind to beat fellow Scottish League One strugglers Cowdenbeath 3-1. Defender Craig Sives put the hosts in front when he headed Jack Beaumont's cross into the bottom-right corner three minutes before the break to claim his first goal for the club. Midfielder Cook headed the Warriors level in the 69th minute, m...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath vs Stenhousemuir - Kieran Gibbons back for Blue Brazil

Posted Saturday, April 23, 2016 by PA74 hits

Cowdenbeath have Kieran Gibbons available to face Stenhousemuir after a suspension. Goalkeeper Jamie Sneddon continues to be out with a thigh injury and Fraser Kerr remains absent due to a broken hand. Manager Colin Nish said: "The players have put in a great run and we are almost safe. If we can win this game then I am pretty sure that we will be. "If we can show the form that has seen us de...Full Story »

Albion Rovers FC 0 - 0 Cowdenbeath: Keeper Grant Adam earns Cowdenbeath point at Albion

Posted Saturday, April 16, 2016 by PA69 hits

Cowdenbeath's recent resurgence continued with a goalless draw against play-off-chasing Albion. The point extends Cowdenbeath's unbeaten streak to four matches and lifts them three points clear of the relegation zone. They had goalkeeper Grant Adam to thank after he made three key saves to keep Albion, who are now five points off the top four, at bay. Adam denied Michael Dunlop either side of...Full Story »

Albion Rovers FC vs Cowdenbeath - Ally Love banned as Albion host Cowdenbeath

Posted Saturday, April 16, 2016 by PA61 hits

Albion will be missing the suspended Ally Love when they host a Cowdenbeath side looking to move another step closer to safety. Paul Willis returns after injury and Callum McRobbie is available following illness, however player-manager Darren Young (knee). Darren Petrie (toe) and Andrew Barrowman (calf) are all out. Young said: "Cowdenbeath will be well up for this game but it is a big game fo...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath 2 - 1 Brechin City: Blue Brazil beat Brechin to ease relegation fears

Posted Saturday, April 09, 2016 by PA53 hits

Cowdenbeath's resurgence continued with a third straight win that eased their relegation fears as substitute Chris Kane struck with five minutes to go in a 2-1 victory over bottom club Brechin. The hosts had led inside 35 seconds but needed Kane's late contribution to make sure of the points having been pegged back with 20 minutes remaining. Greig Spence gave the Blue Brazil the perfect start ...Full Story »

Cowdenbeath vs Brechin City - Colin Nish delays naming team after several players miss training

Posted Saturday, April 09, 2016 by PA58 hits

Cowdenbeath manager Colin Nish has delayed naming his side to face Brechin after a bug saw several players miss training earlier this week. Definitely out are the injured Jamie Sneddon (thigh) and Fraser Kerr (hand). Nish said: "This is one of the most important games of the season for both clubs. Having beaten Peterhead and Ayr recently I am happy with the form we are displaying but Brechin h...Full Story »

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