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Dunfermline 4-1 Stirling Albion

Scottish Football League

Dunfermline routed Stirling Albion in a match that featured three red cards.

Martyn Corrigan was sent off for a professional foul on Steven McDougall and Dunfermline's Martin Hardie converted the resulting penalty.

Albion's Paul McHale and the Pars' Gary Mason saw red for a second booking and violent conduct respectively and Hardie scored another penalty on half-time.

Liam Buchanan struck the hosts' third before John Kane replied for Albion and Hardie claimed his hat-trick late on.


Dunfermline: Chris Smith, Dowie (Burke 69), Rutkiewicz, Keddie, McCann, David Graham, Mason, Hardie, Cardle (Thomson 63), Buchanan, McDougall (Clarke 46).
Subs Not Used: Paterson, Higgins.

Sent Off: Mason (38). Booked: Hardie, Cardle.

Goals: Hardie 31 pen, 45 pen, Buchanan 55, Hardie 90.

Stirling: Christie, Corrigan, Buist , Allison, Forsyth, Welsh, McHale, Stirling (Kane 67), Borris, Robertson (Gibson 61), Brighton (Mullen 57).
Subs Not Used: Jackson, Flood.

Sent Off: Corrigan (30), McHale (32). Booked: McHale, Welsh, Robertson, Buist.

Goals: Kane 75.

Att: 2,553

Ref: Steven Nicholls



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