DI­A­MONDS TER­RACE TALK with Colin Camp­bell Di­a­mond stan­dard en­ter­tain­ment

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - - Sport Round-up -

A first time win at Methil in many years meant a very happy home­ward jour­ney.

The man of the match was Leighton McIn­tosh, but ev­ery Di­a­mond was fully mo­ti­vated.

Ian Mur­ray made a brave team se­lec­tion as new­comer Josh Camp­bell re­placed Dale Car­rick. The Air­drie tempo and com­mit­ment dom­i­nated East Fife.

The Di­a­monds went on the at­tack early on, as great sup­port to McIn­tosh and Kyle Wilkie pres­sured the home de­fence.

A fine cross from Kieran Mc­Don­ald was knocked into the path of Wilkie by McIn­tosh and he scored. That only lasted a minute as Ben McKen­zie made a hash of a pass back and the Fifers equalised. Our stunned si­lence told a story. It was the first mis­take by the young goalie in his se­ries solid ap­pear­ances. Be­fore the break, it was a thing of beauty as McIn­tosh bul­leted home a back post header. An en­ter­tain­ing re­sult sees us com­pet­ing for the top end play-off places.

De­but Josh Camp­bell

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