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Premier League


Everton (0) 1 (Niasse)

West Bromwich Albion (1) 1 (Rodriguez)


Everton substitute Oumar Niasse saved a point for Everton after a very poor first hour. Jay Rodriguez had given West Brom the lead on 7 minutes and the visitors were in control. Niasse had been on for less than a minute when he volleyed in a header back across goal from debutante Theo Walcott. The game was overshadowed by a broken leg for James McCarthy who will be out for a long time after the serious injury as a result of a defensive challenge to deny Solomon Rondon. Everton remain 9th in the table after the draw.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Premier League


Leicester City (1) 2 (Vardy, Mahrez)

Watford (0) 0


Leicester City took advantage of Watford’s poor form to claim a 2-0 win at the King Power Stadium. Jamie Vardy had been brought down by Watford Keeper Molla Wague and got to his feet to dispatch the penalty to give the Foxes the lead. Riyad Mahrez sealed the win with a second from a tight angle in injury time. Leicester are currently the best of the rest in 7th place behind the big six at the top.

Full Report (BBC Sport)



Derby County (0) 0

Bristol City (0) 0


Derby County will rue not taking their chances as they had to settle for a draw on Friday night against Bristol City. The Rams dominated most of the game, Jonny Russell hit the bar from a free kick and Curtis Davies had a header cleared off the line. Matej Vydra and tom Lawrence also had second half chances saved. Derby remain second but Cardiff are now just 3 points behind with a game in hand. This will feel like two crucial points dropped.

Full Report (BBC Sport)


Forest Win

Wolverhampton Wanderers (0) 0

Nottingham Forest (2) 2 (Dowell, Osborn)


Nottingham Forest produced their best league performance of the season to beat league leaders Wolves on their own pitch. The goals came just before half time, the first from a Keiran Dowell free kick that was deflected wrong footing the keeper. Forest made it two on 43 minutes as Matty Cash pulled the ball back for Ben Osborn to score. Wolves pushed on after the break but only registered one shot on target. A deserved away win for Forest who are currently 14th in the Championship table.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 1


Wimbledon (0) 2 (Trotter, Pigott)

Blackpool (0) 0


Two second half goals saw Wimbledon move out of the relegation zone with victory over Blackpool. Liam Trotter tapped in from a rebound to give the Londoners the lead. Joe Pigott sealed the victory with a goal on his debut with an arrowed shot into the top corner. Dan Agyei had the Seasiders best chance, overall Wimbledon deserved the three points. Blackpool are 17th in the table and could do with a few points soon to avoid being dragged into a relegation fight.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2


Newport County (2) 2 (Amond, Demetriou)

Crawley Town (0) 1 (Smith)


A dominant first half was enough for Newport on Friday night against Crawley. The exiles hit the woodwork twice early on through Robbie Wilmott and Paidraig Amond. It was Amond who gave the home side the lead on 40 minutes and a Mickey Demetriou penalty made it 2-0. Crawley were better in the second half with Jimmy Smith pulling one back. They could not find an equaliser however leaving Newport in the play off places for the first time this season.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2

magpie lose

Notts County (0) 1 (Stead)

Exeter City (2) 2 (Taylor, Stockley)


Notts County missed the chance to go level with Luton at the top after a surprise home defeat against Exeter. The visitors took the lead after Dean Moxey’s rocket of a free kick hit the post and fell to Jake Taylor to score. Taylor then turned provider with a superb cross field pass setting Jayden Stockley away to make it two. Jon Stead gave the magpies hope with a penalty but it was not to be. The defeat is Notts first at home since last April. 

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2

Happy Stag

Mansfield Town (1) 3 (Hamilton 2, Hemmings)

Cheltenham Town (1) 2 (Pell, Adebayo)


Mansfield Town left it late to win an entertaining and bad tempered encounter against Cheltenham at Field Mill. A Harry Pell penalty gave the visitors the lead after a foul from Hayden White. CJ Hamilton equalised turning in an Alfie Potter cross. Taylor Moore was sent off for the visitors after an elbow to the face of Danny Rose. The evened up in the second half after another foul from White saw him leave the field and both sides with 10 men.

The fun however was just getting started. Danny Wright set up Elijah Adebayo to put Chletenham back ahead. The lead lasted just 6 minutes as Kane Hemmings equalised on 80 minutes. Wright then left Cheltenaham with just nine men after a collision with Potter saw him see the third red card of the day. The Stags took advantage of the extra man, CJ Hamilton got his second striking the winner in injury time to finish off an extraordinary afternoon in North Nottinghamshire.

Full Report (BBC Sport)


National League


Tranmere Rovers (1) 3 (Norwood, Ginnelly, Hughes)

Maidenhead United (0) 2 (Barratt, Clerima)


Tranmere rovers maintained their promotion push with a 3-2 win against Maidenhead at Prenton Park. James Norwood got his 11th of the season to given Rovers an early lead. Josh Ginnelly making his debut on loan from Burnley added a second just after the break. Sam Barratt’s neat near post flick gave Maidenhead hope but a long range strike from substitute Jeff Hughes sealed the victory for Rovers. Remy Clerima scored a consolation towards the end but Rovers held out for the three points. They are two points away from the automatic promotion places as a result.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

National League


Chester FC (0) 1 (White)

Gateshead (2) 3 (McGlaughlin, Burrow, Preston)


Gateshead proved too good for struggling Chester at the Diva Stadium. The North East side scored two just before half time through Paddy McGlaughlin and Jordan Burrow. Burrow then set up Jordan Preston on 52 minutes with Preston scoring with an excellent strike into the top corner. Harry White got his third goal in five games to pull on back for the Seals, but from there the home side did not threaten to get back into the game. It end Gateshead’s poor recent run and leaves Chester five points away from safety.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

National League North


Southport (0) 3 (Sampson 2, Gilchrist)

Stockport County (1) 1 (Turner)


Southport made it two wins in a row after an excellent comeback to beat Stockport at Haig Avenue. Rhys Turner gave Stockport the lead on 8 minutes and the away side were in control going into the break. It all turned in the second half though, Jack Sampson who had an outstanding second half scored from a deflected shot soon after the break. Jason Gilchrist finished off a neat one touch move to give the Sandgrounders a deserved lead. Sampson added his second before the end to seal a 3-1 victory. Southport move up to 14th in the table, their highest position since the early games of the season.

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Scottish Cup Round 4


Queen Of The South (0) 1 (Fergusson)

Partick Thistle (1) 2 (Sammon 2)


There was to be no cup upset at Palmerstone park as Premiership Partick Thistle got the better of Championship Queen of the South. Connor Sammon was the hero for Partick giving the visitors a half time lead. Queen got a bit of luck with the equaliser as a clearance hit Ross Fergusson and ended up in the net to make it 1-1. Sammon struck again on 81 minutes with a deflected shot to take Partick into round 5. The Doonhammers must now concentrate on trying to get back into the play off race.

Full Report (BBC Sport)


Moon Of Liberty Star Man

CJ Hamilton (Mansfield Town)



Moon Of Liberty Saturday Soccerround – 11th March 2017


#MoonSoccer13 Saturday Round up -11th Mar 2017

Premier League – Everton v West Bromwich Albion


Scneiderlin gerts first goal in comprehensive win for the Toffeemen

Everton closed the gap on Manchester United in sixth to just two points after demolishing West Brom at Goodison Park. Kevin Mirallas put Everton ahead from a rebound from Ross Barkley’s shot. Morgan Schneiderlin got his first goal for the club to make it 2-0 and Barkley provided again for Romelu Lukaku to complete the 3-0 scoreline. It continues Everton’s excellent form of late, especially at home.

Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Brighton & Hove Albion v Derby County


Brighton coast past the Rams

Promotion chasing Brighton comfortably dispatched Derby County in the Friday game. Anthony Knockeart had Brighton ahead in just five minutes and they dominated throughout. Sam Baldoch made it 2-0 just before half time and Glenn Murray added a third in the second half heading home a Knockeart cross. Matej Vydra hit the post in Derby’s only serious effort, but in the end they were well beaten as Brighton make up ground on Newcastle at the top.

Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Burton Albion v Nottingham Forest

Forest Lose

Nigel Clough gets victory over the club where he was famous

Nigel Clough’s Burton Albion scored their first ever win over Nottingham Forest which drags Forest back into the relegation fight. Cauley Woodrow’s free kick on 28 minutes proved to be the winning goal. Matty Cash wasted two great chances for Forest who a few weeks ago looked like they had done enough to survive but are now just two points clear of the drop zone. Burton leapfrog Forest in the table following the victory.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Crewe Alexandra v Newport County


Newport get Flynn off to the perfect start

Newport’s caretaker boss Mike Flynn got victory in his first game as bottom side Newport won at Crewe. Callum Cooke’s free kick gave the hosts a deserved half time lead but the Welsh side fought back. Dan Butler’s volley leveled the scores and Joss Labadie got the winner with two minutes left on the clock. Too little too late for Newport? Probably, nut this win may just give them a slim chance and a big boost of confidence.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Mansfield Town v Plymouth Argyle

Stags hopes hit after home defeat

Mansfield Town are two points outside the play offs after defeata t home to second placed Plymouth. The game for the most part was fairly even but two goal in five minutes gave the Devon side the edge. Sonny Bradley’s far post header gave Plymouth the lead and a 25 yard free kick from Graham Carey shortly after sealed the 2-0 win. Matt Greena nd Alex MacDonald had chances for the home side, but it was not to be as the Stags suffer a rare home loss.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Notts County v Hartlepool United

Grant strikes again for improving Magpies

Notts County’s improved home form continued with a 2-1 win against Hartlepool. Shola Ameobi got his firs for the club to give the Magpies the lead and in form Jorge Grant walloped home a second from just outside the box. Haydn Hollis unluckily put through his own net to give Hartlepool hope, but Notts saw out the game to earn another big three points as survival looks more and more likely.

Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Wycombe Wanderers v Blackpool


All square at Adams Park

Blackpool are back in the play off hunt but missed a big chance to win the game at Wycombe. Brad Potts had a penalty saved by keeper Jamal Blackman in a game of few chances otherwise. The 0-0 draw means Blackpool are now only three points off the play off places after some good recent form. Today will feel like an opportunity missed however.

Report (BBC Sport)

National League – Southport v Torquay United


Southport beaten in key relegation clash

Southport find themselves in even deeper trouble after a home defeat to fellow strugglers Torquay. Luke Young converted Daniel Sparkes cross to put the Devon outfit ahead. Jim Stevenson gave the Sandgrounders hope with an equaliser that went in off the left hand post. However as a draw was looking on the cards, Sparkes provided again with another cross which substitute Ruaine Keating heading home the winner leaving Southport rock bottom and now a full seven points away from safety.

Report (BBC Sport)

FA Trophy Semi-Final 1st leg – Macclesfield Town v Tranmere Rovers


Advantage Rovers after 1st leg away draw

Tranmere Rovers came away from Macclesfield with a 1-1 draw that gives them a great chance to reach Wembley. Tranmere were ahead within a minutes as James Norwood was bundled over in the box and Jeff Hughes scored from the spot. Macclesfield controlled most of the rest of the game and finally got a reward as Ollie Norburt slotted into an empty net after the keeper came for a long ball but was beaten to it. The second leg will be at Prenton Park next Saturday to determine who will head down Wembley Way.

Report (Liverpool Echo)

Scottish Championship – Morton v Queen Of The South


Queens beaten at Morton

Queen Of The South showed again the inconsistency that has put them out of the play off race with a poor display at Morton. Aiden Nesbitt should have put the home side ahead but volleyed over the bar. Ross Forbes got the only goal cutting inside from the right to score. Rickie Lammie also hit the bar as Morton could have had more than the eventual 1-0 scoreline which moves Morton above Dundee United into third.

Report (BBC Sport)




Soccer Results

Premier League 

Everton (2) 3 (Mirallas, Schneiderlin, Lukaku)West Bromwich Albion (0) 0At Goodison park, Walton, Liverpool


Brighton & Hove Albion (2) 3 (Knockaert, Baldock, Murray)Derby County (0) 0At The Amex Stadium, Brighton

Burton Albion (1) 1 (Woodrow)Nottingham Forest (0) 0At The Pirelli Stadium, Burton Upon Trent

League 2

Crewe Alexandra (1) 1 (Cooke)Newport County (0) 2 (Butler, Labadie)At Gresty Road, Crewe

Mansfield Town (0) 0Plymouth Argyle (0) 2 (Badley, Carey) At Field Mill, Mansfield

Notts County (0) 2 (Ameobi, Grant)Hartlepool United (0) 1 (Hollis {OG})– At Meadow Lane, Nottingham

Wycombe Wanderers (0) 0 Blackpool (0) 0At Adams Park, Wycombe

FA Trophy Semi-Final 1st leg

Macclesfield Town (0) 1 (Norburn)Tranmere Rovers (1) 1 (Hughes)At Moss Rose, Macclesfield

National League

Southport (0) 1 (Stevenson)Torquay United (1) 2 (Young, Keating) At Haig Avenue, Southport

Scottish Championship

Morton (0) 1 (Forbes)Queen Of The South (0) 0 At Cappielow Park, Greenoch, Inverclyde

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MAN Jorge Grant (Notts County)


Moon Of Liberty Soccerround – 14th January 2017


Saturday Soccerround – Moon Soccer 13

Premier League – Leicester v Chelsea


Chelsea return to winning ways at the King Power

Chelsea moved seven points clear with a comfortable victory over Champions Leicester City depsite the abesnse of Diego Costa. Eden Hazard set up Marcos Alonso for the opener before half time and Alonso added a second after the break. A Pedro header sealed the points to complete a 3-0 win. Leicester were again looking a shadow of their Champion form last season as Chelsea brushed them aside with ease. Chelsea put the pressure on Liverpool and Manchester City tomorrow, Arsenal and Tottenham both also had wins today. As for Leicester they are five points clear of the drop zone but the performances will be worrying Claudio Ranieri

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Leeds v Derby


Kiwi Wood sends Leeds third 

A header on the stroke of half time from Chris Wood gave Leeds the points against Derby County. Leeds dominated the first half and could have had the game out of sight before New Zealander Wood finally gave Leeds the lead heading home a corner. Derby improved in the second half after new signing David Nugent came on.Tom Ince was denied an equaliser but overall Leeds deserved their win the moved them up to third. Derby are just outside the play-off places as it stands.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

Championship – Birmingham v Nottingham Forest

Forest draw

Away point for Forest in bore draw

In a game of almost no chances whatsoever Nottingham Forest have ended their run of defeats to claim a draw and only their second clean sheet of the season at a Birmingham side who themselves have no win in six games. The point is something for Forest fans who have been upset by the failure of a takeover attempt in recent days.Radio Nottingham commentator Colin Frey summed up the game as ‘Nothing Happened.’

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Notts County v Mansfield

Derby day draw

Notts County’s first game with Kevin Nolan in charge saw their rotten 10 match losing run end with a poor 0-0 draw in the Nottinghamshire Derby with Mansfield Town. The game had plenty of huff and puff but little quality. Yoann Arquin had the best chance to win it for Mansfield putting the ball wide when it was easier to score. Looking for the positives, the result keeps Mansfield’s unbeaten run of late going and is at least something to build on for the Magpies in what was overall a disappointing game.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Cambridge v Blackpool


Ten men Blackpool hold out for a draw

Blackpool survived the final 15 minutes with ten men to claim a 0-0 draw at Cambridge. After a tight 75 minutes Tom Aldred was sent off as the hosts were awarded a penalty. However Luke Berry’s kick was saved by Sam Slocombe who also denied James Dunne and Berry again in injury time as the pressure built. Blackpool survived for what is a good point against a Cambridge side very much in the play off race. 

Full Report (BBC Sport)

League 2 – Newport v Colchester


First point in eight for Newport

Newport County got their first point in eight games with a 1-1 draw with Colchester United. Josh Sheehan’s deflected shot gave the Welsh side the lead but Chris Porter’s penalty pegged it back level before the break. Craig Reed could have won for Newport it with two chances in the second half. Newport still have a mountain to climb but today’s show against a good Colchester side is something to build on.

Full Report (BBC Sport)

FA Trophy 2nd Round – Chester v Forest Green


Kelly double sees Chester go out

Chester City are out of the FA Trophy after facing a tough 2nd round draw against Forest Green Rovers. Two excellent Goals in either half from Marcus Kelly, one a long range 25 yard strike, saw Forest Green claim a comfortable and deserved 2-0 victory at the Diva Stadium. 

Full Report (Chester Chronicle)

FA Trophy 2nd Round – Tranmere v South Park

Tranmere progress with comfortable win over South park

Tranmere Rovers as expected easily progressed against Ishmaian Premier League side South Park at Prenton Park. First half goals from Ritchie Sutton, Jeff Hughes and Jake Kirby set the tone giving Rovers a 3-0 half time lead. A Kirean Lavery free kick gave South Park some hope in the second half but in injury time Cole Stockton added a fourth to give the scoreline a more accurate feel of what took place, seeing Tranmere into round 3.

Full Report (Liverpool Echo)

FA Trophy 2nd Round – Southport v Wealdstone


Shock defeat for Southport as Wealdstone go through

Southport were disappointing going out of the FA Trophy in a shock loss by National League South side Wealdstone. Daniel Green gave the Londoners a surprise lead heading home a cross but Southport leveled early in the second half through Jake Wright. They did not kick on however and Wealdstone hit back with a 30 yard strike from Ricky Wellard. The visitors then sat back and defended well with Southport creating little in the final 15 minutes to hold out for the 2-1 win. For Southport it is back to the relegation battle and a chance to progress wasted.

Scottish Championship – Dundee United v Queen Of The South

Late comeback costs Queens all three points

Queen Of The South looked on course for an impressive away win at second place Dundee United until two late goals cost them in an entertaining 3-3 draw at Tannadice Park. Simon Murray gave the hosts the lead but a superb spell by the Doonhammers saw goals from Scott Dobbie, Joe Thomson and Dom Thomas put Queens in a 3-1 lead. But goals Scott Fraser and a late equaliser from Murray on 89 minutes cost Queens two valuable points and are a blow in their chase to get back into the play off picture.

Full Report (BBC Sport)





Premier League

Leicester City (0) 0Chelsea (1) 3 (Alonso 2, Pedro)At The King Power Stadium, Leicester


Leeds United (1) 1 (Wood)Derby County (0) 0At Elland Road, Leeds

Birmingham City (0) 0Nottingham Forest (0) 0At ST Andrew’s, Birmingham

League 2

Notts County (0) 0Mansfield Town (0) 0At Meadow Lane, Nottingham

Cambridge United (0) 0  – Blackpool (0) 0At The Abbey Stadium, Cambridge

Newport County (1) 1 (Sheehan)Colchester United (1) 1 (Porter)At Rodney Parade, Newport, Wales

FA Trophy 2nd Round

Chester City (0) 0Forest Green Rovers (1) 2 (Kelly 2)At The Diva Stadium, Chester

Southport (0) 1 (Wright) – Wealdstone (1) 2 (Green, Wellard) – At Haig Avenue, Southport

Tranmere Rovers (3) 4 (Sutton, Hughes, Kirby, Stockton) – South Park (0) 1 (Lavery) – At Prenton Park, Birkenhead

Scottish Championship

Dundee United (1) 3 (Murray 2, Fraser)Queen Of The South (1) 3 (Dobbie, Thomson, Thomas)At Tannadice Park, Dundee

MOON OF LIBERTY STAR MANSam Slocombe (Blackpool)





Soccerround – 09th Jan 2016




FA Cup 3rd Round

Young Liverpool side come away with a draw


Liverpool playing a very young side due to injuries were saved embarrassment via an Australian at Exeter. The League 2 side took the lead after Tom Nichols angled in Jamie Reid’s low cross but the lead lasted just three minutes after Jerome Sinclair pounced on some poor Exeter defending to coolly finish to level. Exeter controlled the later stages of the first half and got their reward when Lee Holmes put the underdogs back ahead direct from a corner just before half time.

With Liverpool looking tired it was a surprise when manager Jurgen Klopp did not put the experience of Adam Lallana or Lucus Leiva on but instead went for wide player Sheyi Ojo instead. The substitution worked however, Ojo brought Liverpool some energy, and it was his cross that deflected into the path of Australian full back Brad Smith to level and earn a reply that the Reds should come through back at Anfield.

Everton ease past minnows


Everton eased past League 2 Dagenham & Redbridge at Goodison Park. Everton dominated the game and deservedly took the lead on the half hour when Arouna Kone headed home Brian Oviedo’s cross from six yards The underdogs did well to keep to to just one but any concerns of the home fans were put to bed when Kevin Mirallas drew a foul from Nyron Nosworthy and stepped up to score the penalty to make it 2-0 and secure safe passage into round 4.

Experience helps Derby to comeback win at Hartlepool


The upset was on at the Victoria Ground after totally against the run of play Michael Woods set up Jake Gray to give underdogs Hartlepool United a shock lead against Championship promotion chasers Derby County. Derby hit back however as Jacob Butterfield leveled with a strike from range. The winner came five minutes from time when a low cross from Abdoul Camara deflected through to experienced ex-England striker Darren Bent to finish and put the Rams into round 4.

Jamie Ward the hero for Forest


A first half strike from Jamie Ward was enough to put Nottingham Forest through to the next round against Queens Park Rangers. Ward was set up indirectly by Oliver Burke whose mis-hit cross was turned in by Ward in what proved to be the winning goal. Rangers improved in the second half but the closest the came was a Gabriele Angella header that brought an excellent save from keeper Dorus de Vries. Burke had an impressive game throughout and Forest deserved their win and passage into the draw for the next round.

League 1

Blackpool fall to home defeat


Blackpool could not get past Port Vale keeper Danny Alnwick and as a result were a touch unfortunate to go down to defeat at Bloomfield Road. Andy Little and Danny Philliskirk both had great chances for the Tangerines but found Alnwick in great form. The Vale goal came from AJ Leitch-Smith, his initial header was saved but only parried by Blackpool keeper Colin Doyle, but Leitch-Smith got on the end of the rebound to give Port Vale the three points and keep Blackpool in the bottom four.

League 2

Mansfield return to form with impressive home win


Mansfield Town got their first league win since November with an impressive display against Stevenage. Against the run of play the visitors from Hertfordshire nearly took the lead as Michael Tongue hit the post. Chris Clements eventually gave the Stage a deserved lead when Chris Clements scored direct from a free-kick. Debutante Jason Baxendale secured the points in the second half with a 20 yard strike to make it 2-0. Stevenage got a consolation goal in injury through a close range effort from Armand Gnanduillet but in the end Mansfield got and deserved all three points. They are on point off the play off places but most teams have at least one game in hand.

National League

Chester lose mid-table battle to Aldershot


Aldershot came out on top in a mid table game against Chester. Neither side has much to play for at the moment as both are bang in middle of the table. Sean McGinty hit the bar in the first half for the hosts, and it was McGinty who gave them the lead after heading in Dan Walker’s header. A close range effort from Alfie Pavey made it two just a moment later. Ryan Higgins set up John Rooney to give Chester hope for the last 10 minutes, but as they pushed forward Aldershot hit them on the break late on with Rhys Brown crossing for Jim Sevvenson to secure the points.

Southport maintain unbeaten run with a point in Kent


Southport stretched their unbeaten record to eight games after an uninspiring afternoon at Bromley that ended goalless. Louis Almond came closest to breaking the deadlock forcing a good save from Bromley keeper Alan Julian and Julian again save from Jamie Allen 10 minutes from time. Bromley’s Alex Wall did have the ball in the net but was ruled offside, other than that Bromley did not have a shot on target and having edged the game Southport may feel disappointed not to have won it.

Astonishing finish sees Tranmere pull out an incredible victory


The game of the day was at Holker Street where Tranmere stole the points in a spectacular finish. with 10 minutes left it was 1-1 with a penalty a piece from Rovers’ Adam Mekki and Barrow’s Jason Walker. Barrow looked to have won it with two quick goals as Simon Grand headed in a David Mellor cross and Andy Cook tapped in to make it 3-1 on 87 minutes after some poor Rovers defending.

Louis Maynard got what looked a mere consolation scoring from range on 89 minutes but it was actually the start of an incredible comeback. Jeff Hughes rounded the Barrow keeper to score on 92 minutes and there was still time for a 94th minute winner, as Jeff Kirby saw glory and tried his luck from range, with the strike deflecting into the net to finish a superb game and give Rovers all three points that never looked likely.

Scottish Cup 4th Round

Doonhammers dumped out of the cup by Dumbarton


Queen Of The South’s hopes of a cup run were put to the sword by an in form Garry Fleming who got both the goals for Dumbarton. Fleming was put through by Steven Saunders to slot home to give Dumbarton a deserved lead on 17 minutes after a sweeping passing move. Queens were given hope after the break when Derek Lyle poked the ball home after a scramble in which Dumbarton failed to clear a corner. Parity did not last long however as Kevin Cawley set up Fleming to strike again from close range in what proved to be a deserved winning goal for the home side. Queens are now staring at a long hard road ahead in the league, chasing a play-off spot that will be difficult to achieve.



FA Cup 3rd Round

Exeter City (2) 2 (Nichols, Holmes) Liverpool (1) 2 (Sinclair, Smith)At ST James’ Park, Exeter

Everton (1) 2 (Kone, Mirallas) Dagenham & Redbridge (0) 0At Goodison Park, Liverpool

Hartlepool United (0) 1 (Gray) Derby County (0) 2 (Butterfield, Bent)At The Victoria Ground, Hartlepool

Nottingham Forest (1) 1 (Ward) Queens Park Rangers (0) 0 At The City Ground, West Bridgford

League 1

Blackpool (0) 0 Port Vale (0) 1 (Leitch-Smith)At Bloomfield Road, Blackpool

League 2

Mansfield Town (1) 2 (Clements, Baxendale) Stevenage (0) 1 (Gnanduillet) At Field Mill, Mansfield

National League

Aldershot (0) 3 (McGinty, Pavey, Stevenson) Chester City (0) 1 (Rooney) At The Recreation Ground, Aldershot

Barrow (0) 3 (Walker, Grand, Cook) Tranmere Rovers (1) 4 (Mekki, Maynard, Hughes, Kirby)At Holker Street, Barrow In Furness

Bromley (0) 0 Southport (0) 0At Hayes Lane, Bromley, London

Scottish Cup 4th Round

Dumbarton (1) 2 (Fleming 2) Queen Of The South (0) 1 (Lyle)At The Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium, Dumbarton