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A remarkable second half saw Peterhead reduced to eight men as ex-Blue Toon winger Daniel Moore netted two second-half penalties to hoist themselves to top spot in Division Three, albeit level on points with the Blue Toon and Clyde.

The home side had been rocked by a midweek car accident that left six players requiring hospital treatment, one critically injured. Manager Ross Jack was able to re-focus his players on football for this derby played in front of a near-1000 strong crowd.

Peterhead had boasted an unbeaten league record and had been rewarded during the week as manager Jim McInally picked up the Irn Bru Phenomenal Manager of the Month award for August.

Macdonald becomes the first of three players sent off

He made one change from the win over Montrose before the international break, Martin Bavidge making his first league start of the season in place of Robbie Winters. Marc McCallum retained his place in goal.

The game started slowly, Elgin having changed their shape to match Peterhead’s 3-5-2, and the two sides cancelled each other out in the opening stages.

It was ten minutes in before Rory McAllister registered the first attempt on goal with a speculative bicycle kick which drifted wide of the target, following a Bavidge knockdown.

McAllister was involved again when he created space on the right and sent a low cross to the near post, only for the on-rushing Scott McLaughlin to be denied by a timely challenge.

Elgin were starting to come into the game but Peterhead’s stout defence was preventing them any clear shots at goal. Indeed, a fine challenge from Callum Macdonald denied Stuart Leslie a shot from the edge of the area midway through the first half.

Peterhead promptly launched a sustained assault on the home goal, forcing a series of corners before McAllister snatched at a left-foot volley, failing to trouble goalkeeper John Calder.

The former Brechin City striker was again on the goal hunt as he hit wide after Steven Noble’s pass with 12 minutes of the first half remaining.

McCallum was called into action for the first time after Macdonald’s foul allowed Craig Gunn to line up at 30-yard free-kick. The former Blue Toon striker fired a low shot towards goal, but the on-loan Dundee United goalkeeper got down to his left to turn the strike round the post.

But the first half finished with another half-chance for Peterhead. Dean Cowie stepped on to the ball after good buildup between Graeme Sharp and McAllister, but could only curl the ball over the top.

The second half, though, would be an entirely different proposition. The first blow came when Sharp was forced off through injury soon after the break, to be replaced by Ross Smith.

There was a warning that Elgin would improve going forward came when Dennis Wyness, the third of the home side’s ex-Peterhead men, got in behind the visiting defence, only to slice wide of the target.

And it all started to go wrong after 58 minutes. Leslie got in behind the Blue Toon defence and was upended by Macdonald. Referee Gavin Ross deemed it to deny a clear goalscoring opportunity, and Macdonald was sent off.

Moore stepped up to take but paused during his run-up, earning a booking for unsporting conduct. He made no mistake with the re-take, though, sending McCallum the wrong way and opening the scoring.

Eight minutes later, the home side were two-up. Smith was the culprit this time, bundling over Wyness in the area, and Moore this time sent the ball to McCallum’s right as the keeper went left.

Worse was to follow. Noble, booked earlier for a foul, embarked on a trademark run down the left, brought to an end by Jamie Duff’s foul. It all seemed simple enough until referee Ross deemed Noble had dived. The full-back had already been booked for a foul, and was subsequently shown a second yellow card, leaving Peterhead with just nine men.

Stephen Maguire had replaced Bavidge after the first red card and, in need of defensive cover, McAllister was sacrificed for Roy McBain following the second.

But it was a struggle for Peterhead to do much more than soak up the Elgin pressure by now, although the home side were limited to Gunn’s snap-shot after 84 minutes.

A miserable afternoon was compounded in the final minute when Scott Ross, already booked for a clash with Gunn, lashed out at Leslie, and was shown a straight red card, meaning Peterhead will be without three suspended defenders, and perhaps without the injured Sharp, for the trip to Annan next Saturday.

First, though, there’s the matter of the Martin Bavidge testimonial on Tuesday night, and it will be interesting to see whether that provides any clue as to the shape of next Saturday’s team.

ELGIN CITY: John Calder, David Niven, Stuart Leslie, Sean Crighton, Jamie Duff, Brian Cameron, Craig Gunn, Ross O’Donoghue (Paul McMullan, 84), Dennis Wyness (Paul Harkins, 75), Mark Nicholson, Daniel Moore. Subs not used: Paul Miller, Fraser Forbes, Stuart Black (gk).

Booked: Gunn, Moore, Duff.

PETERHEAD: Marc McCallum, Graeme Sharp (Ross Smith, 51), Steven Noble, Scott Ross, Callum Macdonald, Dean Cowie, Ryan Strachan, Jamie Redman, Rory McAllister (Roy McBain, 71), Martin Bavidge (Stephen Maguire, 61), Scott McLaughlin. Subs not used: Robbie Winters, Paul Jarvie (gk).

Booked: Ross, Noble, Smith, Strachan, McAllister.

Sent off: Macdonald, Noble, Ross.

Attendance: 945.

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  • Home Team Elgin City 2
  • Away Team Peterhead 0
  • Win/Draw/Lost Loss
Sun 02 Sep 2012

Peterhead 2 Montrose 0

Debutant goalkeeper Marc McCallum notched up a clean sheet and two assists as he linked up superbly with striker Rory McAllister to hand Peterhead victory over Montrose, taking the Blue Toon clear at the top of Division Three in the process.

The on-loan Dundee United man had replaced Paul Jarvie in the Blue Toon goal, with the regular number one unavailable due to work commitments, and McCallum had a big say in the course of the game.

That was the one change from the win over Queen’s Park last week, with Jim McInally reluctant to tinker with a winning formula. Jarvie’s unavailability, though, meant McCallum had a chance to shine.

The goalkeeper was called into action after 8 minutes, diving to his left to turn a Craig McLeish effort past the post.

McLeish had been set up by David Gray, and the former Kilmarnock man had already threatened with a free kick that went wide of the target.

Gray had a similar effort after 27 minutes, but Peterhead began to come more into things after the interval.

Three minutes after the restart, Scott McLaughlin’s set-piece had the visitors goal under threat, but the touch to take his viciously inswinging corner over the line was sadly missing.

That was forgotten three minutes later when McAllister handed the Blue Toon the lead.

The striker latched on to McCallum’s long clearance, set himself at the edge of the box, and sent a superb curling effort into the postage stamp, leaving former Queen’s Park keeper David Crawford grasping at air.

Summer signing McLaughlin has proven himself to be an adept signing for McInally, and the midfielder seemed keen to get his name on the scoresheet.

He first went close when Steven Noble and Robbie Winters combined to put him through on goal, but the ex-Morton man shot straight at Crawford.

Just four minutes later he headed wide from a Graeme Sharp cross.

The Blue Toon really should have been 2-0 up when Sharp’s ball out of defence saw McAllister beat the offside trap, to get himself into a great position, but with too much time to think, he lifted the ball over Crawford and the crossbar.

Peterhead sealed the points when McAllister, after 71 minutes, bagged his second. Again McCallum was instrumental. It was his goal kick, after Leighton McIntosh had headed over, that sent McAllister through on goal.

The striker took one touch to knock the ball past goalkeeper Crawford and, with his second, rolled the ball past the goalkeeper from a tightening angle.

It took the striker’s tally to six in all competitions this season, and in this kind of form, he can be forgiven – just about- for the odd moment of indulgence.

Peterhead could have added another when substitutes Bryan Deasley and Martin Bavidge combined, the latter seeing Crawford turning his effort past the post.

But 2-0 it would remain, enough to lift Jim McInally’s men to the summit of the table, with Elgin City and Rangers to play on Sunday.

The Blue Toon now face a two-week break before squaring up to Elgin at Borough Briggs after the international break, but after this win have every reason to be confident.

PETERHEAD: Marc McCallum, Graeme Sharp, Steven Noble, Scott Ross, Callum Macdonald, Dean Cowie (Stephen Maguire 74), Ryan Strachan, Jamie Redman, Rory McAllister (Bryan Deasley 81), Robbie Winters (Martin Bavidge 55), Scott McLaughlin. Subs not used: Ross Smith, Trialist (gk).

MONTROSE: David Crawford, Stephen McNally, Ricky McIntosh, Paul Lunan, Alan Campbell, Terry Masson, David Gray, Craig McLeish, Leighton McIntosh, Garry Wood, Scott Johnston. Subs not used: Lloyd Young, Jon Crawford, Scott Gordon, Dale Reid, Sandy Wood (gk).

Attendance: 509.

Additional Info

  • Home Team Peterhead 2
  • Away Team Montrose 0
  • Win/Draw/Lost Win

Rory McAllister bagged his third league goal in as many games to eventually earn the Blue Toon three points against Queen’s Park, and help the Blue Toon remain joint-top of Division Three after three games.

McAllister sent Spiders keeper Neil Parry the wrong way from the penalty spot, after being fouled by James Brough to give Peterhead a second straight win and a second straight clean sheet.

The last match at Balmoor had, of course, been something special as Rangers visited Balmoor on competitive duty fir the first, time, but their Glasgow neighbours proved equally tough opposition.

Jim McInally made just one change from the side that had beaten Clyde, Graeme Sharp returning in place of Ross Smith.

The first half was an admittedly uninspiring affair, with Parry’s turning the ball round the post after McAllister had thrown himself at a Robbie Winters cross the only noteworthy action of the opening stages.

But the game suddenly sparked into life in the final six minutes of the first half. A foul on McAllister gave Ryan Strachan the opportunity to send a 20 yard free kick whistling over, before Gardner Speirs’ side had the best chance so far.

The ever-dangerous Jamie Longworth crossed from the right and found Tony Quinn six yards out but goalkeeper Paul Jarvie produced a stunning save to deny the big striker.

At the other end, McAllister pulled the ball across goal for the unlikely figure of Dean Cowie, but the midfielder failed to get any convincing purchase on his effort, and Scott McLaughlin’s touch couldn’t direct the effort on target.

The second half was a different matter, with both sides getting into more threatening positions than they had before the interval, and seemingly at will.

McAllister set the tone as he twisted and turned to get a shot off, but Parry was more than equal to his 56th minute effort.

Two minutes later, McAllister again had a go, this time attempting a lob from a tight angle, but failing to hit the target.

The visitors’ top scorer, Lawrence Shankland, had started the game on the bench, but proved his awareness when he had his side’s best chance of the match.

Confusion between Jarvie and Blue Toon skipper Callum Macdonald gave the striker the opportunity but, under pressure from the recovering Scott Ross, Shankland struck wide when he would have been expected to open the scoring.

That miss was to prove costly as Peterhead, aided by the introduction of Martin Bavidge, began to pummel the Spiders goal and there was a big escape with 13 minutes left.

Jamie Redman’s effort was blocked by Parry but he couldn’t hold the ball. Bavidge reacted first, only for Brough to clear his shot off the line.

And there was another double-chance for the home side with ten minutes remaining, as Parry beat away a Robbie Winters header and prevented McLaughlin from finding the net with a follow-up effort.

The pressure had to tell and when Brough, his side’s hero just five minutes earlier, bundled McAllister over following a fine McLaughlin pass, referee Andrew Dallas was quick to point to the spot.

Rory just doesn’t miss from 12 yards, and he sent Parry the wrong way from the spot to earn the points for the Blue Toon.

It’s a quickfire return to Balmoor as the Blue Toon play host to Montrose next Saturday, looking to maintain an unbeaten start to the season that sees them trail Elgin City only on goal difference.

PETERHEAD: Paul Jarvie, Graeme Sharp, Steven Noble, Scott Ross, Callum Macdonald, Dean Cowie (Martin Bavidge, 70), Ryan Strachan, Jamie Redman, Rory McAllister (Bryan Deasley, 85), Robbie Winters (Stephen Maguire, 81), Scott McLaughlin. Subs not used: Ross Smith, Marc McCallum (gk).

Booked: Graeme Sharp, Scott Ross.

QUEEN’S PARK: Neil Parry, Ricky Little, Andrew Robertson, Peter Bradley, James Brough, Michael Keenan (Giuseppe Capuano, 85), Ian Watt (Lawrence Shankland, 70), David Anderson, Tony Quinn (Craig Smith, 85), Jamie Longworth, Sean Burns. Subs not used: Richard Sinclair, Blair Lochhead (gk).

Booked: James Brough, Sean Burns.

Attendance: 539.

Additional Info

  • Home Team Peterhead 1
  • Away Team Queen's Park 0
  • Win/Draw/Lost Win
Mon 20 Aug 2012

Clyde 0 Peterhead 2

A typically opportunistic goal from veteran Robbie Winters and a Rory McAllister penalty saw Peterhead ease to victory against Clyde at Alloa’s Recreation Park.

The Blue Toon were under the cosh for large parts of the game, but Winters put them ahead with a superb 30-yard lob after a defensive mix-up, and McAllister bagged a second from the penalty spot after Jamie Redman had been bundled over.

With Graeme Sharp unavailable due to getting married, Ross Smith returned to the starting eleven in an unaccustomed right wing-back role, but any concerns about the on-loan Dundee United centre-back’s ability to play the role were eased as he put in a solid performance down the flank.

That was the one change to the side which had come so close to stunning Rangers last week.

It was a scrappy start, and the home side were first to threaten. John Sweeney netted a superb opener in the corresponding fixture last season, but this time when he struck from the edge of the area, Ryan Strachan was on hand to deflect the effort away.

Peterhead had barely registered as an attacking force when Winters gave them the lead after 20 minutes.

Paul Jarvie’s clearance saw Clyde’s centre-backs, Iain Gray and David Marsh, get in each other’s way. Marsh failed to get any distance on his header, and Winters, from 30 yards, lifted the ball over Barclay and into the net from 30 yards.

Marsh came close to making amends almost instantly, his header from a Stevie Masterton corner headed off the line by Dean Cowie.

And they had another chance when Stuart McColm crossed from the left for John Neill, the midfielder slicing his shot wide at the back post.

And yet, after 29 minutes, Peterhead were 2-0 up. Winters was again involved, the striker knocking a neat little ball into the feet of Jamie Redman.

The former Brechin man still had it all to do, but as he turned, he was caught by John Kane and referee Don Robertson wasted no time pointing to the spot.

McAllister, so cool in these situations, stepped up and stroked the ball low to Barclay’s left, the keeper diving off to his right.

The cushion that gave Peterhead seemed to spur them on, and McAllister could have doubled his tally when he brought the ball down in the area, but lashed his shot side of the target.

Five minutes from the break a dangerous bounce from Gilfillan’s snap-shot looked awkward for Jarvie, but the goalkeeper covered it well to maintain his side’s two-goal lead.

Captain Callum Macdonald was just inches from giving his side a third goal, his looping header coming off the post before being scrambled to safety.

There was an incredible let-off for Peterhead when Neill sent Stefan McCluskey, though on Jarvie’s goal, the ex-Clyde keeper beating away his first attempt before Strachan snuffed out the second.

McCluskey attempted to catch Jarvie out again with 15 minutes left, his snapshot forcing the keeper into a diving save low to his left.

As time ticked down, still it was the home side who were looking for that elusive goal to get themselves back in the game, but Neill twice failed to hit the second, the latter chance seeing him head wide of a gaping goal.

Although not a vintage performance, the Blue Toon had, after two games, matched their points tally for the first quarter of last season already. They now face a stern test at home to Queen’s Park, a side they have an up and down record against.

CLYDE: Jamie Barclay, John Kane, Lee Sharp (Gavin Brown, 64), Iain Gray, David Marsh, Trialist (Kevin Watt, 67), John Neill, John Sweeney, Stefan McCluskey, Bryan Gilfillan (Ryan MacBeth, 79), Stuart McColm. Subs not used: Paul Hay, Nick Rajovic (gk)

PETERHEAD: Jarvie, Smith, Noble, Ross, Macdonald, Cowie (Deasley 85), Strachan, Redman, McAllister (Maguire 74), Winters (Bavidge 62), McLaughlin. Subs not used: McBain, McCallum (gk).

Booked: None.

Attendance: 401

Additional Info

  • Home Team Clyde 0
  • Away Team Peterhead 2
  • Win/Draw/Lost Win
Mon 13 Aug 2012

Peterhead 2 Rangers 2

Peterhead did themselves proud on an historic day for Scottish Football, as they came within seconds of taking all three points from Third Division new-boys Rangers on the opening day of the league campaign, in front of the Sky TV cameras.

The reasons for the 'Gers demotion down the leagues have been well publicised, and this was their first chance to focus on football in a league setting.

All seemed to be going as expected when teenage striker Barrie McKay put the visitors in front but Peterhead were impressive and strikes from Rory McAllister and Scott McLaughlin had them in front with just eight minutes remaining.

Rory McAllister is congratulated after his goal.

However, Andy Little got the final touch on a scrappy goal in the final minute to rescue a point for Ally McCoist's side who looked shell-shocked by the work rate and application of Peterhead's part-timers.

Even within the first 45 seconds, McLaughlin put Kirk Broadfoot, one of eight full internationals in the Rangers starting eleven, under pressure to win a corner, but nothing serious developed.

As one might have anticipated, the visitors were pushing Peterhead back as much as they could, but it was the 13th minute before Lee McCulloch sent a header over the bar as they threatened for the first time, and three minutes later before Dean Shiels saw his low shot test Paul Jarvie.

Soon after, a quick free-kick after a Dean Cowie foul saw Little get in behind Steven Noble, but the former Stranraer wing-back recovered to block the striker's effort.

And Peterhead were soon on the attack themselves, McAllister skipping past the Romanian defender Dorin Goian before getting a kind break of the ball off Broadfoot, only to snatch at his shot and make it easy for Neil Alexander to save low down.

It was into the 26th minute when McKay opened the scoring, and ironically it came about in the most simple of fashions. Lewis Macleod aimed a long ball forward. McCulloch got in front of Ryan Strachan to nod the ball down, and McKay strode onto the ball before coolly slotting low to Jarvie's right.

That could have been the moment the floodgates opened, but if there is one thing Jim McInally has done during his time at the club, it is galvanise his players; make them tough to beat. That's exactly how they proved themselves.

McLaughlin is congratulated by Scott Ross

McAllister passed up a superb chance for an equaliser ten minutes from the interval.

Ian Black's foul on Cowie led to the former Hearts man being booked for dissent, but Strachan's delivery from the set-piece was perfect for McAllister. He had time to let the ball sit up for him, but lost his composure and lashed the effort across the face of goal when the net should have been bulging.

There was concern when a mix-up between Jarvie and Strachan allowed McKay to nip between the pair, but the Gers were unable to make anything of the opportunity, and Noble cleared well.

And just before the break, a neat move involving Redman, Winters and McAllister saw the latter's cross cut out by Broadfoot with blue shirts flooding into the penalty area.

McAllister thought he had drawn the sides level after 61 minutes when he took on a Noble pass and curled an excellent shot towards the far corner of the net from the edge of the area. It looked destined to find the postage stamp, only for former Scotland goalkeeper Alexander to get the merest of touches to push the ball onto the bar.

But the same combination did bring about the leveller two minutes later. Noble crossed from the left and McAllister brought the ball down with the deftest of touches before turning sharply to leave Carlos Bocanegra sprawling, and placing the ball past Alexander with his left foot.

Rangers' immediate response was to bring on Fran Sandaza for goalscorer McKay, but it was Bocanegra who headed the next chance past the post from a Black free-kick.

Sandaza did have a chance after a Shiels flick-on, but Jarvie got down well to save, and the keeper was quick off his line to deny the Spaniard again with 15 minutes remaining.

Jarvie was in action again as the Gers continued to search to take the lead once more. This time Bocanegra's curling cross found McCulloch at the back post, but former Wigan man saw his powerful volley beaten away by the goalkeeper.

But, who would believe Peterhead would take the lead? Goian gave away a needless corner and when Alexander could only palm away Strachan's deliver, McLaughlin charged in at the edge of the area to lash an unstoppable left-foot strike high into the net.

The looks of joy, and a hint of surprise, on the Blue Toon players' faces as they celebrated the goal said it all, but they quickly settled down to the task of trying to see the game out.

But their hopes of a surprise three points were extinguished when substitute Kevin Kyle turned a Shiels corner towards goal. The ball struck the underside of the bar and was eventually bundled over the line by Little, to seal a point for the relieved visiting side.

PETERHEAD: Paul Jarvie, Graeme Sharp, Steven Noble, Scott Ross, Callum Macdonald, Dean Cowie (Bryan Deasley, 87), Ryan Strachan, Jamie Redman, Rory McAllister (Stephen Maguire, 83), Robbie Winters (Martin Bavidge, 59), Scott McLaughlin. Subs not used: Roy McBain, Marc McCallum (gk). Booked: Macdonald, Sharp, Cowie.

RANGERS: Neil Alexander, Dorin Goian, Carlos Bocanegra, Kirk Broadfoot, Lee Wallace, Lee McCulloch, Andy Little, Ian Black, Dean Shiels, Barrie McKay (Fran Sandaza, 65), Lewis MacLeod (Kevin Kyle, 83). Subs not used: Kyle Hutton, Robbie Crawford, Scot Gallagher (gk).

Booked: Black.

Attendance: 4,485.

Additional Info

  • Home Team Peterhead 2
  • Away Team Rangers 2
  • Win/Draw/Lost Draw
Wed 01 Aug 2012

Peterhead 0 Dundee 0

Jim McInally’s men battled bravely until the end of their Scottish Communities League Cup match against SPL side Dundee, but were ultimately left frustrated by a harsh penalty shootout defeat.

Aiming to build on the positives from the weekend defeat to East Fife in the Ramsdens Cup, McInally handed Robbie Winters his first Blue Toon start against a Dark Blues side struggling for players.

The time taken to determine which division they’d be playing in this season meant Smith was still running with a tight squad, as his recruitment plans had been placed on hold.

Four players were out for a variety of reasons, meaning Smith himself registered as a player and was available as a substitute for this match.

Graham Webster, on loan at Balmoor for the latter half of last season, was handed a start on the right side of a five man midfield, and relished the opportunity to return to Balmoor.

But it was Smith’s men who threatened first as striker John Baird, one of two players who had joined the Dees over the summer from Raith Rovers, flashed a 25-yard strike over the crossbar.

Peterhead look particularly strong going forward, though, and with Winters partnered by Rory McAllister, it was always likely they would create chances.

Indeed it was McAllister, played in by Jamie Redman, who fired the first warning shot. His low strike fizzing across the face of former Celtic and Scotland keeper Rab Douglas’ goal.

The big goalie was forced into action after 25 minutes, diving to his right to palm away Scott McLaughlin’s free kick after Steven Noble’s strong run down the left had been ended illegally by Kyle Benedictus.

The Dees responded and at the other end, Paul Jarvie showed what a good shot-stopper he is, reacting quickly to push an acrobatic effort from Gary Irvine over the bar after Declan Gallagher’s knock-down.

Jarvie was in top form and five minutes from the break he denied lively winger Ryan Conroy after the ex-Celtic man had cut in from the right and shot left-footed.

The Blue Toon, now shooting towards their favoured Balmoor Terrace end, came out for the second half buoyed by matching their opponents in the first half, and were quickly out of the traps again.

A poor clearance from Douglas allowed Peterhead to build an attack from the right, Graeme Sharp crossing for Redman, but the midfielder was unable to find the target.

Sharp was involved again soon after playing in McAllister again. The former Brechin man bullied Neil McGregor before the danger was cleared as far as Winters who saw his first shot blocked and his follow-up ease just wide of the upright. With 20 minutes left, Peterhead threatened again, McAllister eventually shooting straight at Douglas when perhaps a pass to a team-mate would have been the better option. It looked like it would take something special to win the game and Baird came close to providing it with a 25-yard snap-shot which only just missed the target. The inevitable extra-time came to pass, and both sides had their chances to put the game to bed.

Webster, in the first period, caught the Peterhead defence napping as he got round the back to connect with captain Irvine’s superb angled pass, but the youngster saw his angled strike trundle wide of the far post.

And Peterhead, again playing towards the hill, had the better of the second period. Sub Roy McBain’s cross found McAllister at the near post, and his overhead kick picked out another replacement, Bryan Deasley, who headed over.

It was a fine chance, but there were more as McInally’s side looked to end the game before the dreaded penalty shoot-out. From the edge of the area, McAllister curled a shot close enough that some spectators thought he had found the net.

And as time ticked down, Deasley’s cross picked out the run of McLauglin, but the former Morton, Airdrie and Queen of the South man was unable to trouble Douglas.

And so to penalties, which took place at Peterhead’s favoured end.

Dundee were first up, Kevin McBride scoring and McAllister matching him. Baird netted the second for the visitors, but Peterhead captain Callum Macdonald saw Douglas dive to his right to save.

Irvine stepped up and made it 3-1, with McLaughlin’s penalty coming back off the crossbar to leave Conroy with the chance to win it. He duly netted to break Peterhead hearts, not for the first time in a penalty shoot-out.

PETERHEAD: Paul Jarvie, Graeme Sharp, Steven Noble, Scott Ross, Callum Macdonald, Dean Cowie (Roy McBain 94), Ryan Strachan, Jamie Redman (Stephen Maguire, 103), Rory McAllister, Robbie Winters (Bryan Deasley 69), Scott McLaughlin. Subs: Darren Kelly, Cameron Knowles (gk).

Booked: Sharp.

DUNDEE: Rab Douglas, Gary Irvine, Matt Lockwood, Kyle Benedictus, Neil McGregor, Declan Gallagher, Graham Webster (Jamie Reid 109), Kevin McBride, Leighton McIntosh, John Baird, Ryan Conroy. Subs: Jamie McCluskey, Daniel Cavanagh, Barry Smith, Alex Baird (gk)

Booked: Benedictus.

Attendance: 844

Additional Info

  • Home Team Peterhead 0
  • Away Team Dundee 0
  • Win/Draw/Lost Draw
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