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Watson could debut for Arbroath after trio exit Gayfield

ArbroathArbroath
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Arbroath manager Todd Lumsden includes new loan recruit from Hamilton, Craig Watson, but are without Graham Hay and Lewis Coult after the pair left Gayfield this week.

Lumsden has no injury worries to contend with as he looks to guide his side to their first win of the season.

He said: "Our last two performances have been a lot better than the two that opened our season. We are scoring good goals and showing a bit of character however we are still conceding soft goals.

"If we can cut that out we have...

Clyde see off East Stirling in action-packed second half

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East StirlingshireEast Stirlingshire
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All the goals came in the second half as Clyde overcame East Stirling 3-1 at Broadwood Stadium.

Clyde did all the damage early after the interval, as The Shire's good first-half effort and discipline tailed off to allow the home side to score two quick goals.

Sean Higgins opened matters with a smart shot past Richard Barnard, having won the original free-kick which gave his side advantageous possession.

Within seconds Conor Greene deflected Scott Linton's shot unluckily past his own goalkeeper, and...

Montrose see off Clyde challenge

MontroseMontrose
ClydeClyde
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Two goals in the space of three second-half minutes gave Montrose a 2-0 Ladbrokes League Two victory over Clyde.

Montrose had a golden opportunity to open the scoring in the 52nd minute after Sean Higgins brought Ross McCord down in the box but Paul Watson's spot-kick was saved by John Gibson, low to his right.

But they did break the deadlock 12 minutes from time when Graham Webster fired home a left-footed effort from the centre of the penalty area.

And Gary Fraser made sure of the points for the hosts...

McKernon seals win

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Queen's ParkQueen's Park
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Jamie McKernon's second-half strike sealed Queen's Park's 2-0 victory at Clyde in Ladbrokes Scottish League Two.

Chris Smith missed an early header for the hosts before team-mate Sean Higgins pulled a good chance wide of the target.

Higgins and Archie Campbell both fired over the bar from close range as the home side failed to take their chances.

McKernon opened the scoring nine minutes into the second period with a stunning 25-yard volley for his first senior goal, before Paul Woods soon made it...

Linton spot on for Clyde

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Scott Linton's penalty helped Clyde to a 1-0 win over 10-man Stirling Albion on the opening day of the Ladbrokes Scottish League Two season.

Barry Ferguson's men nearly took the lead after 23 minutes, with Michael Bolochoweckyj rising brilliantly to win a header but he failed to hit the target from six yards.

Stirling's Craig Comrie and Jon-Paul McGovern missed with speculative efforts before Hugh Murray failed to fire Clyde into an early second-half lead, as his shot lacked power and accuracy.

Scott...