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Currie released Dowds at full gallop a minute later, his cross flying across Thomson’s radar. At the other end, Vaughan’s volley flew over – a difficult chance no doubt, but Vaughan’s anguished expression spoke volumes. With the next action, the same player’s twisting run and shot was blocked away by keeper Long – the Raith substitute pounded the turf in disbelief. Armstrong turned inside to shoot, only for Slattery and Docherty to combine to clear the danger. With seven minutes to go, a potential lifeline for the home side. Grant Gillespie, meandering forward from right-back, picked his way between three defenders and squared, allowing Vaughan a clear sight of goal. The diminutive striker made no mistake.


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Fans shout but ref oblivious 26 Matthews delivers a good ball but it falls just short of Flanagan 27 Flanagan tries to lay the ball onto Murray buts it's cleared Benedictus makes his presence felt towards Agnew 31 Nisbet is grappled to the ground as he tries to control the ball, again the ref watches and does nothing 34 East Fife come close as Watson takes a shot and hits the side netting. Raith a bit out of sorts at the moment 36 Buchanan plays the ball to Armstrong who drives the ball into the box, his pass hits the hands of an East Fife player 37 Raith think they've scored level, linesman says offside 40 Nisbet booked for a foul, east fife free kick 25 yards out 41 Agnew takes it, floats over the wall and goes inches wide of goal 42 Raith corner - ball makes it deep into box but doesn't trouble keeper as he collects 43 East Fife score another, Currie 44 Poor clearance from Raith, East Fife take advantage 45 Half time Raith 0 East Fife 2 Before second half kicks off....


Raith’s shouts for offside were more in hope than in expectation – seizing on a moment’s hesitation, Agnew undid the home defence with a lovely pass which got the finished it deserved. The Bayview side, resplendent in red and white stripes, began to look settled in possession. By contrast, Rovers’ passes strayed off target – both Nisbet and Buchanan failing to find colleagues. A scrappy period of play ensued, as East Fife drew the sting from Raith’s riposte. As the first-half reached its mid-point, the visitors were winning the individual battles: Buchanan and Nisbet were getting little change from Dunlop and Meggat, full-backs Watson and Slattery were restricting the space around Flanagan and Armstrong, and the wily Agnew orchestrated in midfield despite pressure from Wedderburn.


Gillespie’s sweeping cross-field pass nearly saw Murray sneak in behind Dunsmore. For their part, East Fife sensed space on Raith’s left – Slattery had the better of Gillespie for pace, and Agnew played on that advantage regularly and often. Dunlop’s fizzing drive was an early dividend. On twelve minutes, the visitors took the lead – with Raith’s defence stretched, Agnew had time in midfield to play in Dunsmore, who had ghosted in from full-back. The defender finished with aplomb high past Thomson.


Milne’s run allowed Murray to shoot, while at the other end, Dowds again nearly caught out Benedictus with a far-post run. Meggat and Dunlop, united at the heart of the East Fife defence, held their posts manfully until the final whistle. As referee Ross brought proceedings to an end, the cheers came from the sizeable contingent of away fans, who would celebrate long into the night. For Raith, a period of reflection and introspection, before gathering themselves once again for the visit of Stenhousemuir in the New Year. 0 Welcome to today's local rival game Raith v East Fife. South stand is filling up nicely.


The South Stand roared its approval, urging their team forward for an unlikely equaliser. Having scored twice late on to overcome a redoubtable Dumbarton side in their previous home fixture, for several minutes a repeat performance looked on the cards – but in truth, Rovers lacked the cohesion needed to string together a sustained period of real pressure.


McDermid Stand has a healthy East Fife support Teams have emerged from the tunnel... game about to kick off East Fife kick the game off. Rovers shooting towards McDermid Stand 2 Good play between Nisbet and Flanagan but they can't break through the East Fife defence 5 Davidson sends the ball through to Buchanan but the linesman judges him to be offside 10 Watson for East Fife tries for a shot but the ball is too high and over the bar, goal kick 11 Raith were looking for the offside as Dunsmore scores 13 Buchanan misplaces a pass and Docherty picks the easy ball up creating danger 17 Raith look for the corner but ref points for a goal kick 20 Raith trying to get forward but long ball passes are misplaced 22 Flanagan takes the ball to the byline, he cuts the ball back across the box but no-one there to slot home 24 Buchanan fouled and an East Fife player handles the ball as he tries to control it.


Docherty’s cross looking for Dowds was well punched clear by Thomson. Benedictus clattered Agnew on half-way, a sign of the frustration growing in Rovers ranks. On thirty-two minutes, a slick Raith counter. Running from deep, Armstrong linked well with Buchanan and Nisbet – Meggat, grappling with his opposite number, stayed strong and cleared well. At the other end, Dowds held his own against Wedderburn, giving Watson space to shoot – the strike flashed into Thomson’s side-netting. The visitors survived a penalty shout on thirty-seven minutes – Armstrong wriggled past Slattery, only to see his cross cannon off Dunlop for a corner. Raith players screamed for handball; referee Gavin Ross waved away the protests.


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