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this term. We were on top apart from a spell in the sec­ond half.”

The visi­tors took the lead early on through Hen­der­son’s strike.

And Ren­nie net­ted from the spot late on af­ter Chris Kane had fouled Hen­der­son.

East Fife boss Dar­ren Young said: “It’s frus­trat­ing. The bet­ter team on the day won.” Al lan John­ston ded­i­cated Dun­fermline’s long-awaited home vic­tory was for their suf­fer­ing fans.

The Pars racked up just their sec­ond league win of the sea­son at East End Park thanks to goals from Ai­dan Keena, Faissal El Bakhtaoui and James Craigen.

And Pars boss John­ston said: “The boys showed char­ac­ter be­cause the re­sults at home haven’t been good enough.

“It must have been a frus­trat­ing Iain Collin chances, hit­ting the wood­work twice, be­fore they went 2- 0 up.

Ton de­fender Gre­gor Buchanan tripped El Bakhtaoui in the box and the French­man fired home from the spot. And Craigen net­ted the third late on. Ton boss Jonatan Jo­hans­son said: “The way we de­fended was not ac­cept­able.”

ZAK RACE Rud­den ‘s joy at his opener and (be­low) Scott Har­ri­son win­ner

THREE AND EASY Craigen got Pars’ third

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