It was a case of sheer persistence overcoming dogged resistance as an 86th-minute goal from substitute Lee Miller gave Falkirk their keenly awaited first victory of the campaign after what had threatened to be another frustrating afternoon for Peter Houston’s side. Dumbarton just ran out of legs…
Lee Miller's late goal gives Falkirk a narrow victory over Dumbarton in the Scottish Championship.
Stephen Dobbie scores twice as Queen of the South maintained their unbeaten start to the Championship season.
Two games into the campaign and Morton are in dire needed of a change of script, as for the second Saturday in succession they left the field having been the better team, enjoyed the lead for most of the encounter yet with only a share of the points to show for their endeavours.
A late Luke Leahy goal rescues a point for Falkirk at Cappielow to earn the Bairns their first point of the season.
It’s been a joy,” trilled Jonathan Sutherland, wrapping up the first
Sportscene of the new season. For sure there were goals, controversies and contrasting fortunes for Brendan Rodgers and Joey Barton, two of the big names new to our game which convinced the presenter at the top of the programme…
Creature comforts were cited by Jason Cummings at the reason for him being a happy Hibee despite being wanted elsewhere.
Simplicity doesn’t tend to be the Hibernian way. Yet, the knock-out deliveries in an engrossing heavyweight contest at the Falkirk Stadium made it plain that successfully stepping up from the Championship will surely centre on keeping Jason Cummings at the club.