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1 day ago

Albion sink Queen's

Albion RoversAlbion Rovers
Queen's ParkQueen's Park
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Albion continued their fine start to the season with a 1-0 win over Queen's Park .

The visitors dominated possession but could not make it tell with Ross McPherson going closest with a clever lob.

With 10 minutes remaining, Mark McKenzie expertly curled the ball into the top corner leaving William Muir no chance.

Queen's Park piled forward in an attempt to find an equaliser but ultimately came up short.

Albion therefore maintained their 100 per cent home record, while defeat dropped Gus McPherson's...

5 days ago

Boyd at the double

Queen's ParkQueen's Park
RangersRangers
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Kris Boyd headed a double to edge Rangers past a spirited Queen's Park side into the second round of the League Cup.

Boyd headed Rangers into the lead after seven minutes but a mistake from goalkeeper Steve Simonsen allowed Tony Quinn to level in the 31st minute.

However, Boyd nodded home from close range just after the break to earn Rangers a 2-1 victory at Airdrie's Excelsior Stadium and set up a clash with Inverness.

Rangers manager Ally McCoist named a strong team with just one change from the ...

Aug 23, 2014

Arbroath maintain perfect start

Queen's ParkQueen's Park
ArbroathArbroath
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Arbroath top the Scottish League Two table after beating Queen's Park 2-0, making it a perfect start to the season for Allan Moore's men.

They lead the way having won each of their first three games, Scott McBride putting them ahead midway through the second half before setting up substitute Jack Smith to confirm victory in added time.

For Queen's Park it was another disappointing afternoon at home, having also lost there on the opening day. They lacked punch from the start although Darren Miller...

Aug 16, 2014

Annan-other defeat

Annan AthleticAnnan Athletic
Queen's ParkQueen's Park
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Annan remain rock bottom of Scottish League Two with no points on the board after a miserable 1-0 loss at home to Queens Park.

The visitors nabbed the only goal with the clock ticking towards the interval. Shaun Fraser found the top corner from the left side of the box after a smart pass by Darren Miller.

Stalwart centre-back Peter Watson lost his discipline and picked up two cheap bookings inside five second-half minutes. Having mistimed a tackle on Paul Gallacher he made the same shortly after t...

Aug 9, 2014

Clyde seal late win

Queen's ParkQueen's Park
ClydeClyde
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Clyde staged a late smash-and-grab 2-1 victory to leave Queen's Park stunned in the opening league encounter at Hampden.

The match appeared to be ebbing towards a narrow home victory until Anthony Quinn upended Scott Ferguson in the box and Ross McKinnon converted the resultant penalty.

And there was less than one minute remaining when substitute Michael Daly headed home the winner from David Sinclair's cross.

It had taken until just short of the hour mark for the match to spark into life, the Spid...