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1 day ago

Jambos keep on winning

Heart of MidlothianHeart of Midlothian
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Hearts kept up their impressive start to the Scottish Championship after thrashing Falkirk 4-1 at home, despite finishing the match with 10 men.

The Jambos have now won all four games in the second tier, scoring 12 times in the process.

Defender Jordan McGhee nodded the hosts in front 17 minutes in from a superb Billy King corner.

And King himself made it 2-0 moments later when he reacted quickest after striker James Keatings' penalty was saved. Midfielder King had his second midway through the fir...

5 days ago

Bairns edge cup shootout

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Falkirk progressed in the Scottish League Cup after edging out fellow Championship outfit Cowdenbeath 4-3 on penalties after a goalless 120 minutes.

Falkirk probably just shaded an uneventful first period, but Liam Dick's powerful drive went straight into the gloves of Thomas Flynn, while Lewis Milne flashed a shot just wide for the Blue Brazil.

Flynn did well to save an Olumide Durojaiye volley early on in the second half, while Sean Higgins almost put Cowdenbeath ahead when hitting the crossbar ...

Aug 23, 2014

Four-some Loy leads Falkirk charge

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Rory Loy's fourth goal of the season ensured Falkirk beat Hibernian for the first time in 12 attempts with a hard-fought 1-0 win at Easter Road.

The visitors raced into an early lead when Loy showed great composure to backheel the opener before an unmarked Paul Heffernan missed a glorious chance to level at the other end, heading wide from close range.

Hibs went close to an equaliser before the break when Farid El Agui went through on goal but, with just Jamie McDonald to beat, he found the side-n...

Aug 19, 2014

Taiwo bags a brace as Bairns win

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Tom Taiwo bagged a brace as Falkirk survived a Dunfermline fightback and a second-half dismissal to prevail 2-1 at East End Park in the Petrofac Training Cup.

A lively start, which featured a few crunching tackles, included a fine save by Ryan Scully from a Rory Loy effort for the Bairns, while Pars forward Michael Moffatt missed from close range at the other end, but neither side managed to hit the back of the net before half-time.

Falkirk made a double change after 51 minutes and that did the tr...

Aug 15, 2014

Rangers leave it late

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Rangers scored twice in the final 12 minutes to defeat Falkirk 2-0 and record their first Scottish Championship victory of the new season.

Falkirk had the better of much of the match and the visitors had Cammy Bell to thank for two crucial second-half saves to deny Alex Cooper and David McCracken when the scores were level.

Lewis MacLeod then broke the deadlock in the 78th minute when his strike took a fortunate deflection off Will Vaulks to beat a helpless Jamie MacDonald in the home goal, while ...