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The ball looked to me to be still in play and therefore he was entitled to kick it out the park if he wished.  The ref and linesman made some shocking decisions tonight.

Polworth Man of the Match!!  I must have been at a different game. Apart from a couple of decent passes he continues to give the ball away far too easily and gives up when beaten ,. How he gets a game

Caman, like many of the "clique," on here has been a regular critic of Polworth so all credit to you Caman, looks like you can finally see the number 7 on the shirt!   It just seems that if he dos

Fabulous win of course, but the 2 injuries are a worry as are 4 bookings.  It will be interesting to hear from those at the game but it is noticeable that Falkirk had no yellow cards.  You would have thought they would be really up for this game, particularly on the back of their excellent win against DU.  Were they lacking in passion?  Were we being a bit over zealous at times?  Was the referee poor?  Injuries and suspensions may well cost us come the end of the season but at least we are demonstrating a bit of depth in the squad now with people coming of the bench and contributing well.

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Fabulous win of course, but the 2 injuries are a worry as are 4 bookings.  It will be interesting to hear from those at the game but it is noticeable that Falkirk had no yellow cards.  You would have thought they would be really up for this game, particularly on the back of their excellent win against DU.  Were they lacking in passion?  Were we being a bit over zealous at times?  Was the referee poor?  Injuries and suspensions may well cost us come the end of the season but at least we are demonstrating a bit of depth in the squad now with people coming of the bench and contributing well.

The referee was John Beaton. That should tell you a lot.

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Really fantastic result, great to see the chances are being converted at long last - and thanks for conceding one near the end, gives me an extra point in the NPL to make up for that shocking half-time scoreline :clapoverhead:

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Great result and performance. The referee was a joke as was stand side linesman. He let them away with murder, not one booking for them when they should have had several.  He was greeted with a great chorus of boos when he left the field. I hope Tremarco hasn't agrivated his knee injury as he limped off the park. As I said, a great team performance. 

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Great result, all the hard work done in the first half. We gave Falkirk more possession in the second but still threatened when we went forward. We lost our most potent force when Jake went off. He was simply electric and scored a contender for our goal of the season. Surprisingly, Riccardo Calder played great at full back and skinned the defender a number of times. 

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I was late in getting down and missed the first 3 goals but it was still worth going, a great win for the team :ictscarf: More of the same please on Saturday I will be on time :wink:

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Good team win that. We didn't have any weak links tonight, Vigurs and Polwarth worked hard off the ball, and the defence watched each other's backs well. Up front, there was some really sublime one-touch stuff, Mulraney scored one, made one and his goal was a beauty. Full-backs contained Falkirk for most of the game, Calder looked really decent and Mackay didn't make any errors. More of the same would do nicely!

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Fab stuff! Gutted I couldn’t get along. Hopefully Mulraney and Tremarco aren’t on the injury list for any length of time. 

Bring on Saturday! A chance to catch Queens on points and equal the points totals for those in playoff places, it’s a bonus it’s at home too.

In 2009 when we won promotion we were 15 points behind 1st place by mid January. With a win and results going our way on Saturday we can be in the exact same position again. It’s definately possible to win the league from that position, we’ve proved that before. It’s not up for debate because you can’t change the past! The playoffs are more than achievable thanks to the improvement we have seen up to now. Well done lads ?? 

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