POLLOK 2 GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 1
Scorer : McMullan
Glens looked to have taken the lead through a Steven McGregor header but it'll come us no surprise to many that this wasn't in the script and it was flagged for offside. Pollok took the lead when the ball fell kindly for Andy Essler who spotting Chris Fahey off his line lobbed the ball over the keeper's his head from 25 yards out for a fantastic finish. Fahey would later make a great save from the same player from a closer range, while his counterpart Kris Robertson equalled that with a point blank save from Craig Feroz. Glens lost captain Willie Howie through injury and he was replaced by Dale Beattie (trialist). The visitors continued to threaten and drew level after Dougie Ramsay played a one-two with Chris Zok and rolled the ball into the box for Paul McMullan who without breaking his stride burst into the box and fired low into Robertson's far corner.Ten minutes from the break the home side went ahead when Dingwall headed home a corner kick from six yards out. Both teams had chances in the second half but there was to be no further scoring and despite a performance that was well worthy of a point the Glens are in the play-off.
Glenafton: Fahey; Connolly, Merrilees, McGregor, Ward; Doyle, Ramsay (trialist), Howie (Beattie as trialist), McMullan; Feroz, Zok