Morton completed a stunning fightback as a Declan McManus double helped them beat 10-man Stirling 4-3. Alex Cunningham headed the home side, currently bottom of Scottish League One, into the lead inside three minutes before Joe McKee curled a stunning effort past Callum Reidford to level for the visitors.Three minutes later the Binos' Ross McGeachie drilled them back into the lead before Angus Beith cut inside from the right and made it 3-1 to Stirling before the hour. Mark Russell supplied McManus,...
James Stevenson scored early in the second half as Peterhead edged past Morton 1-0 at Cappielow Park.
The visitors came close to an early lead but for a fantastic save from Morton goalkeeper Derek Gaston to deny Mark Millar.
Gaston then had to be alert to keep out Rory McAllister's header before Blue Toon keeper Graeme Smith did well to save from Joe Scullion at the opposite end.
Smith twice did well to deny Jamie McCluskey and Declan McManus in what was an open first-half contest.
But it was the Blue...
Declan McManus's 90th-minute penalty secured Morton an unlikely point as they drew 2-2 with Brechin in League One.
The visitors were ahead inside 10 minutes when striker Andrew Jackson found the bottom corner following Kyle McAusland's teasing cross.
Jamie Masson doubled Brechin's advantage shortly afterwards with a clinical strike from another McAusland assist.
Morton grabbed themselves a lifeline in the 64th minute when midfielder Jamie McCluskey latched on to Jon Scullion's excellent pass.
Two goals from Craig Malcolm saw Stranraer end their horrendous run against Morton with a 2-0 win.
The last four meetings between the sides had all ended in Morton wins with an aggregate score of 25-4, but Malcolm struck twice as the Blues moved above their opponents who had topped the table at the start of play.
The visitors, who were knocked out of the Scottish Cup by Spartans last weekend, ended the game with nine men after Sean Crighton was shown a second yellow for a foul on Malcolm before Conor...
Jack Beesley's late strike secured a shock 2-1 win for Spartans against 10-man Morton in the Scottish Cup.
The visitors came close to taking an early lead but for a fine save from Kevin Swain to deny Joe McKee at close range.
And McKee squandered another chance shortly before the Ton took the lead on 25 minutes when Andrew Barrowman tucked the ball home following some good work by Mark Russell.
But they were pegged back on 71 minutes when Willie Bremner drilled a low finish into the corner.