Rover­slos­eto Wan­der­ers

Stirling Observer - - SPORT -

shows the to­geth­er­ness in the chang­ing room. Dy­lan Mackin could po­ten­tially have been used late on but cer­tainly wasn’t fit to start.”

Mean­while, Rutkiewicz is con­tin­u­ing to as­sess his op­tions in the trans­fer mar­ket and looks likely to ex­tend the loan deals of goal­keeper Calum Fer­rie (Dundee) and mid­fielder Ro­nan Hughes (Hamil­ton Ac­cies) if their par­ent clubs are agree­able, although the pair are el­i­gi­ble to face An­nan in any case.

Divi­sion 1B: Edus­port Acad v Fallin. Black Rooster Cinema Cup third round: Gar­rowhill This­tle v Ban­nock­burn. It was a dis­ap­point­ing start to 2019 for Cam­bus­bar­ron Rovers when they lost a late goal to go down 2-1 to Mil­ngavie Wan­der­ers..

Play­ing up the slope, Mil­ngavie were the bet­ter side in the first half and came clos­est to scor­ing when a free kick smashed off the bar with keeper Jor­dan Liv­ing­stone beaten. They also had a rea­son­able claim for a penalty turned down and Rovers were for­tu­nate to go in all square.

The sec­ond half was much bet­ter for the home side and Mark McDow­ell scored a fine goal from 20 yards to give them the lead in 55 min­utes. More chances fell to the home side but they were wasted and Mil­ngavie were later awarded a penalty from which they equalised.

Rovers still had chances but the ear­lier mo­men­tum had gone and in in­jury time Mil­ngavie won the points with a fine shot which beat Liv­ing­stone al­beit with the aid of a de­flec­tion

On Satur­day, Rovers travel to Weirs in a league match, kick-off is 2pm.

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