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Reserve League Cup

PostedSeptember 22, 2009

Cowdenbeath 'A' 2, East Fife 'A' 3.

Despite a brace from John Ferguson the reserves were still left looking for their first win in their League Cup group after losing out in a five goal derby thriller at Central Park on Tuesday night.

We had the better of the opening period and Fife keeper Baillie had to pull off a fine double save after just six minutes to deny firstly Ramsay and then McQuade.

Two minutes later we did however open the scoring when a shot from McQuade was cleared off the line by Stanic and John Ferguson (pictured) fired the rebound home.

Soon after Ramsay saw a shot cleared off the line as we looked to increase our lead but it was the Methil side who grabbed an equaliser ten minutes from the break when Stuart Cargill managed to shoot home from a tight
angle.

Four minutes later East Fife took the lead when Mitchell sent over a cross to Michael Scott who fired a powerful 25 yard shot high into the roof of the net.

Scott increased his sides lead further after 74 minutes with Mitchell once again setting him up to shoot home from ten yards.

Cowden however kept on plugging away to pull the game back and with three minutes to go Ferguson got his second goal of the night when Linton fired in a long diagonal free kick from just inside the visitors half into thegoalmouth for Ferguson to head home from ten yards.

TEAM: Cameron McKay, Jamie Reid, Scott Linton, Jay Shields (Mark Forbes 81), Steven Bennett, Peter Bradley, Thomas O’Brien, Mark Ramsay, John Ferguson, Paul McQuade (Derek Wallace 66) & Neil McCabe. Subs not used – Dean Brett & Lee Wilson.

EAST FIFE: Stuart Baillie, Darren Gourlay, Gordan Stanic, Sean Fagan, Jason Dair (Michael Scott 14), Johnny McRae, Bobby Linn (Jake Mitchell 32), Darren Thomson (Dean McMillan 14), Stuart Cargill, Stevie Crawford & Aaron Conway. Sub not used – Andy Stobbie.

REFEREE: Mr Iain Craig.

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