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Discussion in 'Scotland' started by BrianCappellieri, Jul 17, 2002.
Steele makes it 2 for Elgin City in the 50th.
Leitch pulls one back for Well in the 50th.
Hartley scores in the 53rd for St. Johnstone. Now lead St. Mirrens by 2 goals.
Arbroath 0-2 Ross County
Stenhousemuir 1 - 0 Dumbarton
Peterhead 0-2 East Fife
Graham gets his second in the 56th.
Livi 3-2 Well
Making a comeback. Lehmann in the 64th.
Hibs 1-1 Dons
Mackie ties it for Aberdeen in the 64th.
THERE'S ONLY ONE HENRIK LARSSON!!!
Celtic 2-0 Dunfermline
66' Magnificent 7
In the 66th Ferguson makes it 3 for Ross County.
Also in the 66th, Kean pulls one back for Ayr.
Caballero draws Dundee even in the 65th.
Booth converts a penalty in the 67th for Sten to make it 2-0.
Brechin 2-3 Berwick
74th - Another own goal as Smith puts one in the wrong net.
Paton makes it 2 for Queen of the South in the 72nd.
Dempsey for Dunfermline in the 74th.
Canning for Queen's Park in the 75th.
Docherty scores for Airdrie in the 78th minute.
Stenhousemuir 2 - 1 Dumbarton
Bonner in the 78th.
Brechin 2-4 Berwick
Wood now with a hat-trick in the 84th.
Kilmarnock 1 - 1 Rangers
80' - McLaren scores for Killie.
Cowdenbeath 1 - 3 Hamilton
Graham with his 2nd in the 77th minute.
81' - Armstrong
Ayr United 1 - 3 Falkirk
80' - James
Queen of the South 2 - 1 Clyde
83' - Millen
Flannery earns Dumbarton the draw with a 90th minute goal.
Dont look now but Celtic has opened a two point lead on Rangers after week one. Only Livvie and Aberdeen have stayed with us!!!
And by the way, please join in singing "There's only one Henrik Larsen"
FT Arbroath 0 - 3 Ross County
FT Ayr United 1 - 3 Falkirk
FT Inverness C.T. 0 - 0 Alloa Athletic
FT Queen of the South 2 - 1 Clyde
FT St. Mirren 0 - 2 St. Johnstone
FT Airdrie 1 - 0 Forfar Athletic
FT Brechin City 2 - 4 Berwick
FT Cowdenbeath 1 - 3 Hamilton
FT Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Stranraer
FT Stenhousemuir 2 - 2 Dumbarton
FT East Stirling 1 - 1 Montrose
FT Peterhead 0 - 2 East Fife
FT Queen's Park 1 - 2 Elgin City
FT Stirling Albion 0 - 1 Albion Rovers
FT Gretna 1 - 1 Greenock Morton
Can't wait to hear PF's report...
Match reports and hopefully some photos to come.
Match Details From DunfermlineAthletic.com
Graham brace gives East Fife opening-day win
East Fife have kicked off their season in fantastic fashion with a 2-0 victory away to league favourites Peterhead. Two goals in each half from a revitalised Ross Graham sealed the win, putting the Fifers on top of the league for the first week of the season...
The Sport Network
UEFA coy on Atlantic talk
UEFA have refused to be drawn over the proposed Atlantic League, insisting they will await approval by the national associations involved...
Uefa go by the book on Atlantic Cup debate
Uefa insist full agreement between all competing national associations must be given before progress can be made in establishing a North Atlantic League Cup...
Celtic legend Johnstone confident O'Neill will stay
Celtic legend Jimmy Johnstone believes Martin O'Neill will not walk out on the club next season...
Larsson Keen To Keep Winter Break
Celtic striker Henrik Larsson says Scotland must retain their winter break and not enter into the proposed North Atlantic League Cup...
too late in the game to really impress, reserve judgement.
O'Neill's victory relief
Celtic boss Martin O'Neill was relieved to see his side hang on for all three points in Saturday's 2-1 victory against Dunfermline at Parkhead...
Mjallby's Leeds link
Celtic's Johan Mjallby is reportedly being targeted by Leeds United, as manager Terry Venables looks to spend some of the Rio Ferdinand money...
dream on el tel.
Brain, it seems the BBC had cameras at the game saturday and were just teasing us with no highlights till yesterday, the second larsson goal is still spectacular and dunfermlines was excellent too, as was their move leading up to big rab's wondersave.
have a swatch at their webby and see if you can find it.
Great! Took a look at the BBC and Celtic site but couldn't find it though. Let me now if you see anything.
There's a few highlight shows here where they might show it but that's a long shot...
"have a swatch"
And keep the Scottish slang coming! I love it.
Celtic anger over TV switch
Celtic chief executive Ian McLeod has appealed against the decision to switch their game against Partick Thistle to the Sunday before a Champions League qualifier...
Celtic face Basel in Champions League
Celtic will play FC Basel of Switzerland in the Champions League third qualifying round after the Swiss beat MSK Zilina of Slovakia in the second round...
From the Terrace: Basel Bound