MID SEASON REVIEW
A chance to reflect on the first half of the season which has delivered many ups and downs, culminating in our best run of form in the last four games.
Early promising performances failed to produce the points they deserved, which saw us languish at the wrong end of the table and entering December still looking for our first home win led to the unfortunate, but inevitably change at the helm.
Since Stewart's arrival, we have broken our home win duck, taken 8 points from 12, consolidated a mid table position and remain unbeaten under his charge.
Last seasons top scorer Gary Fraser took a while to get going, but is now making up for lost time, leading the way again and is on track to match last years return.
We are scoring with 1 in every 3 shots on target, with an average of 9 attempts at goal per game and our goal difference is either neutral or positive against 6 teams.
We have taken points from 7 teams, with only Cowdenbeath and Elgin doing the double over us.
Terry Masson and Graham Webster lead the appearance charts, which is no surprise given that Masson, the longest serving player at the Club recently celebrated his 200th appearance for the Gable Endies.
So a great chance on Saturday, at home to Elgin, to build on our recent success and redress the points lost thus far to the Borough Briggs outfit.