Division Two

November 17, 2012

Full-time

Arbroath

2 - 3

Queen of the South

Division Two

15:00 +00:00, November 17, 2012

Gayfield Park, Scotland

Referee: D Roache

Visitors take the treble

Steven Doris' two penalties were not enough to prevent Arbroath's 3-2 home defeat against Queen of the South.

Allan Johnston's table-toppers had already recorded two wins against their hosts this season, including a 6-0 victory in September, and went ahead after 22 minutes thanks to Nicholas Clark's left-footed finish.

Their lead was doubled six minutes later when Christopher Higgins found the back of the net with a low strike from the edge of the area.

Paul Sheerin's side halved the arrears on the stroke of half-time when Doris scored his first of the afternoon after Stephen McKenna had upended Paul Currie.

Mark Durnan restored the Doonhammers' two-goal advantage on the hour mark when he slammed home a close-range effort.

Doris still had time to score his fifth goal of the season, with the last kick of the game, after Ryan McGuffie had handled the ball inside the area.

Scoring Summary

Arbroath Queen of the South
Steven Doris (pen 45')Nicky Clark (22')
Steven Doris (pen 90')Chris Higgins (28')
 Mark Durnan (60')

Teams

Arbroath Queen of the South
1 Scott MorrisonLee Robinson
Mark BaxterChris Higgins
5 Scott RobertsonRyan McGuffie
Alexander KeddieChris Mitchell
Colin HamiltonMark Durnan
11 Paul SheerinPaul Burns
8 Paul CurrieSteven McKenna
4 Brian Kerr10 Nicky Clark
10 Derek Holmes11 Derek Lyle
7 Darren GribbenDaniel Carmichael
Steven DorisGavin Reilly
Substitutes
21 Tony BullockJim Atkinson 12
16 Stuart MalcolmSteven Black 16
12 Lee SibandaDerek Young 15
15 David BanjoWilliam Gibson 14
14 Daniel RennieDavid Hopkirk 17
Substitutions
Lee Sibanda for Darren Gribben (67)
William Gibson for Daniel Carmichael (70)
Daniel Rennie for Paul Currie (75)
David Hopkirk for Gavin Reilly (74)
 Derek Young for Paul Burns (78)
Yellow Cards
Alexander Keddie (65)
Chris Mitchell (43)
 Lee Robinson (44)
· Squads: Arbroath | Queen of the South