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Cowdenbeath 0 Stenhousemuir 0

PostedMarch 18, 2012

The Blue Brazil stretched their unbeaten run to nine games as a goal less draw against play off contenders Stenhousemuir at Central Park maintained our four point lead over second placed Arbroath.

Cowden had the better of the opening period but the Warriors started the second half the more brighter of the sides. Cowden, however, had a late rally to try and secure all three points but however found Stenny keeper Ally Brown in inspired form which ensured a stalemate.


Cameron commented: "The most dissapointing aspect of the game was we did not play a lot of good football."

The Cowden gaffer who returned to the side for the first time since January continuted: "In the second half it is as poor as we have played at home all season. We kept trying and working hard and in the last ten minutes we could have snatched it. But over the piece it was not a great performance by us."


"We tried to crowd the midfield area and for large portions of the game it worked," said McGoldrick.

The Stenny number two continued: "But we worked really hard for our point that takes us a little closer to the play-offs which is our target."

John Armstrong deservedly picked up the man of the match champagne from hospitalit guests, Wee Jimmies Crew.

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