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Predictions 22/08

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Fifers 3 (Fash, Wilkie & Murray) Highland City Striped Badgers 1 (Gunn)

Top of the table clash 1st vs 3rd no problem for player/manager Gary Naysmith this afternoon as his side picked up another three points at home to Elgin who's been firing all cylinders at the moment. It was East Fife that showed their form from the performances at Falkirk, Berwick and Dumbarton at home earlier and Fash put East Fife into a 15 minute lead before Gunn volley home a cross on the right hand from assistance from Daniel Moore. Second half came it was end to end but Wilkie fired home the second from close range then five minutes before the end Craig Murray tap home from nay smiths delightfull free kick that was that.

Montrose dogs 2 (Watson and Campbell) Drowned @ Clyde 1 (Linton)

Montrose run worthy winners as Ferguson left bemused that his team gave away a penalty which Paul Watson scored from to give the Angus club all three points. Linton did however pull a goal back from Scott mclaughlins corner kick.

Loomsden out club" 0 irn bru team 2 (woods x2)

Looks like another bad week for Arbroath fans and no wins in three sees them still bottom of the football league. Paul woods was on hand to score both goals from defensive errors.

Meerkats, castles & Monuments 1 (Ef player scores) English Geordie Gers 2 (Henderson and Lavery)

Berwick pick up all three points after last week defeat in Methil Colin Cameron was delighted to get back to winning ways and now looks forward to Kilmarnock on Tuesday. MacLaren it's another defeat three in three from his new look side under archiving at the wrong end.

Stenhousemuir's second team 1 Weather-son's 1

A late goal from Pete Weatherson carrys his proflic goal scoring for Annan and earned a draw at Ochilview Park this afternoon. Shire took a early lead through maxwell Wright who slotted past the on rushing Blair currie in the Annan goals but the second half was too much as proflic Weatherson popped to head home an equaliser from matty flynn's corner.

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