PORT GLASGOW 4 FORTH 2
The Wanderers promotion hopes are hanging by a thread after they squandered a two goal lead to lose 4-2 at the Port Glasgow Community Stadium this afternoon. Forth, with the wind at their backs,held a 2-0 half time advantage courtesy of goals from John Watson and Tony Traynor but the Port harnessed the wind to great effect in the second half, scoring four goals without reply.
FORTH 4 EAST KILBRIDE 1
Three goals in the last 10 minutes gave the Wanderers a vital victory by four goals to one against East Kilbride this afternoon. Tony Traynor put Forth ahead early on but Fraser Craig equalised for the visitors minutes later. Craig was then sent off on 64 minutes for kicking out at Chris Lennon but it took Forth until the 80th minute to regain the lead through Jordan Smith. A Jamie Lindsay penalty and one from Chris Lennon wrapped things up.
NEWMAINS 1 FORTH 3
Goals from Tony Traynor,Andrew Gilchrist and Jamie Lindsay from the penalty spot gave the Wanderers victory against Newmains United at Victoria Park yesterday.
FORTH 2 VALE OF LEVEN 1
Goals from Chris Lennon and John Watson gave the Wanderers a vital victory in a tough encounter with Vale of Leven at Kingshill Park this afternoon. The Wanderers withstood an early barrage from the Vale to record their fifth straight victory and continue their promotion push.
BLANTYRE VICS 1 FORTH 2
Forth kept their promotion hopes alive with a hard fought 2-1 victory over Blantyre Vics at Castle Park yesterday afternoon. Two goals early in the second half from Jamie Lindsay were enough to seal the points after the hosts had led through a first half penalty.
The game was marred by an injury to the Vics Stuart Mills, who broke his patella, and everyone at Forth Wanderers would like to wish him a successful operation and a speedy recovery.
FORTH 8 ST.ROCHS 0
Forth demolished St.Roch’s by eight goals to nil at Kingshill Park this afternoon. The visitors had three players and two of their management team sent off. The Wanderers goals came from Andrew Gilchrist,a Jamie Lindsay penalty,Tony Traynor,David Grant,Bryan Felvus and a hat-trick from second half substitute Chris Lennon.