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Cowdenbeath U'20s

Cowdenbeath U'20s 2Stirling Albion U'20s 6

Date: 4th October 2017 Kick off: 7:30pm
Competition: Development League Referee: Chris McNab

Cowden were hit for six at a rain soaked New Central Park on Wednesday night against a fast moving Stirling side.

It took the Binos only three minutes to open the scoring when Stranger put Justin WATSON through on goal and his low shot from 14 yards crept in at the near post.

With 19 minutes gone Cowden almost drew level by Kellichan’s shot was blocked by keeper Binnie at the expense of a corner.

However three minutes later Stirling went further ahead when a shot from McLaren was blocked by Penman and Alberto VEZZA slotted home the rebound.

The Binos went further ahead in 37 minutes when Watson played the ball to VEZZA who ran into fire home his second goal of the night.

Five minutes into the second half and it was number four for the visitors when WATSON took advantage of a defensive error to bore in on the home goal to send a curving shot past Penman.

With 55 minutes gone Stirling went five up through Reg McLAREN who shot home from close range after getting on the end of a Banner knockdown following a corner.

In 64 minutes Cowden pulled a goal back when Charlie DENTON fired home a curling shot from the edge of the box.

McLAREN then got his second goal of the night with 71 minutes gone when he was set up by Watson before curling his shot home.

The scoring was then completed for the night with eight minutes gone when Ryan CONNELLY worked his way into the box before firing home in a late home rally which failed to produce anymore goals.

Penman, Watt, Kellichan, Ovenstone, Leslie, Henderson (McConville 19),Denton, Turnbull (McManus 72), Connelly, Marks (Brown 46) & McGinty.

Binnie, MacDonald (Cumming 78), Lockie, Banner, Davidson, Stranger (Young 78), Martin, McMullan, McLaren, Watson & Vezza. Sub not used – Fallens

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Stirling Albion U'20s