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Arbroath 2-2 Queen's Park (6-2)


Arbroath maintained their hopes of staying the Second Division after completing a comfortable aggregate win over semi-final opponents Queen's Park.

Having led 4-0 from the first leg, the Red Lichties extended their advantage with Marc McCulloch's free-kick.

Mitchel Megginson found space to fire home Arbroath's second on the day.

Michael Daly pulled one back for Queen's Park and Allan Rattray's headed own goal from a Barry Douglas' cross gave the visitors a fruitless draw.

The Spiders will again face Third Division football next season while Arbroath will continue their fight against the drop when they contest the two-legged play-off final with Forfar Athletic.

The Loons were 3-2 aggregate winners over East Stirlingshire.

Arbroath: Hill, Booth, Moyes, Rattray, Mclaughlin (McGuire 62), McCulloch, Gibson, Nimmo, Megginson (McLean 81), Doris (Scott 68), Ross.
Subs Not Used: Morrison, McMullan.

Goals: McCulloch 3, Megginson 15.

Queen's Park: McGeown, Little, McBride (Henry 68), Gallagher, Walker, O'Hara, Douglas, Stewart (Chris Hamilton 75), Daly, Anthony Quinn, Watt.
Subs Not Used: Peter Hamilton, Burns, Capuano. Booked: Stewart, Little.

Goals: Daly 57, Rattray 82 og.

Att: 588

Ref: J McKendrick

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see also
Forfar 2-2 E Stirlingshire (3-2)
08 May 10 |  Scottish League
Queen's Park 0-4 Arbroath
06 May 10 |  Scottish League

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