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Date Time League Season Full Time
December 29, 2018 3:00 pm Ladbrokes League 2 2018/19 90'

Berwick Rangers

20Kyle Allison Goalkeeper
2Andy Forbes Defender
3Jordan Orru Defender
4Declan O’Kane 19 Midfielder
5Robert Wilson Defender
6Craig Hume 7 Defender
12Jack Cook Defender
14Lewis Barr Midfielder
17Greg Hurst Forward
18Jack Ogilvie 9 Midfielder
21Ross Brown Midfielder
1Sean Brennan Goalkeeper
7Ousman See 6 Forward
8Chris Hamilton Defender
9Aaron Murrell 18 Forward
11Gary Phillips Midfielder
15Aidan McIlduff Defender
19John Neil 4 Forward

Edinburgh City

1Calum Antell Goalkeeper
2Craig Thomson Midfielder
3Robbie McIntyre Defender
5Conrad Balatoni 15 Defender
22Liam Henderson Midfielder
4Andrew Black 26 Midfielder
6Marc Laird Midfielder
7Allan Smith Forward
23Adam Watson Midfielder
19Scott Shepherd Forward
9Blair Henderson Forward
14Gareth Rodger Defender
15Brad Donaldson 5 Defender
21Fraser Morton Goalkeeper
17Calum Hall Defender
26Danny Galbraith 4 Midfielder
39Regan Lumsden Forward
Goals
2
2
Assists
0
2
Yellow Cards
1
3
Red Cards
0
0

A crazy end to the match sees honours even

Recap

Edinburgh City relinquished a two-goal lead as Berwick Rangers came back to earn a 2-2 draw at Shielfield Park. Conrad Balatoni had given the Ladbrokes League Two leaders the lead after half an hour in the Borders, heading home Adam Watson’s cross. Blair Henderson notched his 26th goal of the season nine minutes into the second half, but Lewis Barr reduced the arrears with just two minutes remaining. The hosts then found themselves on level terms with virtually the last kick of the game as John Neill found space in the six-yard box to fire past City No.1 Calum Antell.

Nearest challengers Peterhead narrowed City’s lead at the top to three points after their 3-0 win at Elgin City. The Balmoor outfit have also played a game fewer. Citizens boss James McDonaugh was disappointed his players failed to see the game out.

“You’ve got to give credit to Berwick for getting a point out of the game,” McDonough said afterwards. “I thought we totally dominated and weren’t under any threat. But it just shows the game is never done at 2-0. It’s two balls that we should deal with and it’s cost us two points. It was poor defending.

“We didn’t cover each other and didn’t deal with the ball in behind. It’s hard to criticise the players because of the amount of points we’ve picked up and where we are. We’ve come a long way but you’ve got to take the good with the bad.”

man of the match: marc laird

Thanks to the Edinburgh Evening News for their report.

 

Ground

Shielfield Park
2 Greenwood, Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 2EB, UK

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