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Final League 1 Table 2018/19

Team   P 
36 70
Forfar Athletic
36 63
Raith Rovers
36 60
36 51
Dumbarton 36 46
East Fife
36 46
36 42
36 37
Brechin City
36 36


Stirling Albion 0 Montrose 1

Montrose fielded the same starting eleven as in recent games and with only a single change on the bench with youngster Euan Rose being replaced by Jordan Millar who’s loan at Lochee United has expired. This was always going to be a big test for The Mo and we would see if the new attacking formation employed against Berwick and Elgin in recent home games would work in an away game against stiff opposition. Stirling Albion would no doubt be fired up for this game – and they were with the impressive Hearts loanee Callum Morrison back from injury and looking as sharp as ever.

Referee Gavin Ross got the game underway and it was the Binos who looked quick and sharp with the clear intention of getting on the front foot before Montrose could settle into their usual style of play. Under early pressure Allan Fleming went down low to push away a Morrison drive from 25 yards then Fleming again thwarted the Binos when a 30 yarder threatened his territory. The first ten minutes passed with Montrose hardly getting over the halfway line but Sean Dillon and his back line coped admirably. Then Andrew Steeves burst forward but his shot flew over the top. It was great counter attacking play however and showed Stirling that the Mo were still in it.  Fleming meanwhile dealt with another long range shot which he deflected for a corner as he looked comfortable with such long range efforts. Steeves again burst forward as Stirling wasted the ball but was tackled under pressure as the ball went out of play. The referee had waved advantage but when play stopped he went back and booked Robertson for an incident with Terry Masson.

Then Montrose had a free kick from 30 yards wide left which was hit long by Iain Campbell but over the heads of all concerned and out for a goal kick. Stirling had another go at speed as Montrose struggled to push forward and we wondered if the forward playing midfielders Masson and Redman were a good idea in a game like this. We needn’t have worried however as the game went on, we weathered the storm and they came much more dominant minute by minute. From their first corner on the half hour mark Montrose almost scored as the ball was hacked away when it was certainly on target but Stirling flew at pace to the other end but again were thwarted by the alert Fleming.

As Stirling tried to take a breather Montrose took the initiative and firstly Cammy Ballantyne forced his way through but his cross cum shot was blocked then Steeves hit a daisy cutter across the face of goal which keeper Binnie just tipped around the post for a corner. Half-time reached with the score 0-0 and Montrose would have the benefit of a breeze in the second half.

Stirling again flew at Montrose as the second half started but Montrose it was who turned the tables and forced two quick corners. From the second one the ball bobbled around in the six yard box needing only a touch to force it home but finally Masson lobbed the keeper who somehow pounced on it and the chance was gone. The spell of Montrose pressure paid dividends not long after as Masson crossed from the right after a good ball from Ballantyne. The cross was fielded by Binnie but the keeper spilled it and Gary Fraser poked it into the net from close range. Gary is deadly from a yard out as we know. At 1-0 to the Mo we drifted into the hour mark with Montrose now very much in the game as Stirling visibly wilted. The first substitution came on 67 minutes when McLaughlin was replaced by Cavanagh. A second substitution for Stirling saw the injured Hamilton replaced by Darren Smith as Ross Smith was booked for a foul. Then the Mo bench sprung into action with the pacey Craig Johnston replacing Fraser to stretch the tiring Stirling defence and soon after Fotheringham was brought off for Paul Watson as one old pair of legs replaced another. Then Masson almost put the Mo two up as his header hit the post and bounced to safety.

Morrison was still a threat as the youngster tried to break down the stubborn Montrose defence but even after going down under a heavy challenge he still got up to continue being a nuisance. Graham Webster came on for Masson with ten minutes to go again putting fresh legs on to shore up the midfield as Stirling had their final throw of the dice with Caddis on for Robertson.

As the game ran to a close it certainly wasn’t drifting and Mo had a good shout for a penalty turned down when it looked a cut and dried decision. It didn’t matter however as Montrose played out stoppage time largely without trouble and another welcome 3 points were taken back up the road to Links Park. Final score 1-0 to Montrose.

Several contenders for Man of the Match today with Fleming again standing out with a faultless display as did the whole of the back line but today’s vote goes to Terry Masson who worked his socks off in midfield and has made a huge difference since his return from a long injury and who may still not yet be firing at his old 100% self.

And so we move on next Saturday to wrap up the first half of the season sitting atop the league table. At the end of the game I was asked when was the last time Montrose were top of the league at Christmas – I guessed at 1995, but I was nearly right. It was Christmas 1994 during our promotion season. Before that however it was away back in our non- league days.

Steve Doyle


Team Lineups & Stats

Ladbrokes SPFL
League Two
Saturday 23rd December 2017

1 Cammy Binnie
21 Allan Fleming
2 Ross McGeachie
24 Cammy Ballantyne
3 Lee Hamilton (s73)
3 Andrew Steeves
4 Ewan McNeil
4 Matty Allan
5 Ross Smith
14 Seán Dillon
6 Kyle Banner
18 Iain Campbell
7 Callumn Morrison
2 Terry Masson (s79)
9 Peter MacDonald
6 Martyn Fotheringham (c) (s74)
11 Neil McLaughlin (s67)
9 Gary Fraser (s66)
14 Willam Robertson (c) (s79)
10 Chris Templeman
16 Sean Dickson
17 Jamie Redman
17 Mark Foden (GK)
8 Paul Watson (s74)
8 Liam Caddis (s79)
7 Graham Webster (s79)
10 Darren Smith (s73)
12 Kerr Hay
12 Scott Davidson
22 Connor McLaren
15 Steven Noble
16 Craig Johnston (s66)
18 Connor McMullan
20 Ross campbell
19 Ross Cavanagh (s67)
1 Jordan Millar (GK)

Gavin Ross

Assistant Referees:
Gary Hilland, Daniel Graves

Montrose - Gary Fraser (58)

Yellow Cards:
Stirling Albion - Wiillie Robertson (15), Ross Smith (74)

Red Cards:



Montrose 3 Elgin City 0

Montrose Football Club remain at the top of the League Two table, six points clear of Peterhead after their second 3 – 0 home victory in a week against Elgin City on Saturday to firmly put their mark down to fellow league members.

Montrose have goalkeeper Allan Fleming to thank for saving an early second half penalty which could have swung the match either way to keep them on track. The victory also put the Gable Endies ten points clear of visitors Elgin City who slipped out of the top four and set them up nicely for the forthcoming matches against Stirling Albion and Peterhead.

After the victory over Berwick Rangers, Montrose were unchanged with the only change being on the bench where assistant boss Ross Campbell replaced Liam Callaghan.

Montrose started the match on the front foot with Ballantyne linking up with Fraser before sending a cross along the six yard area which was just missed by Redman.

The Gable Endies didn’t have long to wait to open the scoring and it came about in the sixth minute. Matty Allan went on a surging run out of defence before he slipped a great pass through to TERRY MASSON who took his time before firing into the bottom corner for his fifth goal of the season.

Allan Fleming kept the Montrose lead in tact pulling off a great save to deny Bruce Anderson in the eighth minute when he latched onto a clearance from a Reilly free kick.

Montrose could have had added to their tally in the tenth minute when Fraser went on a surging run into the box before slipping a pass to Templeman who sliced his shot into the side netting.

Two minutes later Jamie Redman got on the end of a Templeman cross only to see his shot blocked by a visiting defender.

In the 28th minute Elgin City had a rare opportunity when Steeves fouled Anderson who took the free kick himself but only fired into the arms of Fleming.

Montrose then went straight up the park themselves and Martyn Fotheringham took a Masson pass in his stride only to send his long range effort straight into the arms of Waters.

Allan Fleming pulled off a brilliant save when he diverted a header from his own team-mate Iain Campbell onto the post as Montrose tried to clear a Reilly free kick.

Montrose almost scored a great goal in the 33rd minute. Andrew Steeves crossed to the back post where Templeman headed down to Redman who teed up Masson, it looked easier to score but the midfielder blasted over from six yards out.

The second half was only two minutes old when Elgin City where presented with a great opportunity to equalise when they were awarded a penalty kick. Sean Dillon was penalised for an off the ball incident with Chris McLeish and referee Milne pointed to the spot. Brian Cameron stepped up to take the penalty kick but Allan Fleming pulled off a brilliant stop to keep Montrose ahead.

Ballantyne was then shown dissent before play could resume.

Two minutes later Sean Dillon picked up Montrose’s second yellow card of the afternoon for a challenge on Anderson on the half way line.

In the 51st minute Montrose had a let off when  Cameron's corner kick was headed out by Montrose only for Jordan Allan to hook the ball over the crossbar.

Montrose doubled their advantage in the 55th minute when ANDREW STEEVES played a one two on the edge of the area with Gary Fraser and drove a right footed shot into the bottom corner for only his second league goal for the club.

In the 62nd minute Elgin City made their first switch with Chris Dodds replacing Lewis Strapp.

Martyn Fotheringham then became the third Montrose booking of the afternoon when he showed dissent to referee Milne after a decision didn’t go Montrose’s way.

Templeman then went close for Montrose two minutes later when he headed over from an Iain Campbell corner kick.

With twenty five minutes remaining Montrose made a double switch with Watson and Johnston coming on to replace Fotheringham and Templeman.

Darryl McHardy was then booked for a crunching tackle on substitute Johnston.

The visitors made another change when Declan Bryne replaced Chris McLeish.

Montrose made the three points safe with a third goal in the 71st minute. Craig Johnston went clear on the right and blasted in a shot which Waters managed to block but the impressive JAMIE REDMAN was on hand to knock the ball into the empty net. His first goal for the club and he was delighted.

Before play restarted the visitors made another change sending on Smith for Reilly.

Two minutes later it was a final change for Montrose with Graham Webster replacing goalscorer Masson.

With ten minutes remaining Fraser headed down a Dillon free kick only for Webster to see his shot held by Waters.

In the 87th minute Montrose should have added a fourth Craig Johnston found himself through on goal down the right hand side channel of the box but he shot inches wide with Fraser totally unmarked in the middle.



Team Lineups & Stats

Ladbrokes SPFL
League 2
Saturday 16th December 2017

21 Allan Fleming 1 Marc Waters
24 Cammy Ballantyne
2 Cameron Eadie
3 Andrew Steeves
3 Jordan Allan
4 Matty Allan
4 Darryl McHardy
14 Seán Dillon
5 Stephen Bronsky
18 Iain Campbell
6 Jon-Paul McGovern
2 Terry Masson (s76)
7 Bruce Anderson
6 Martyn Fotheringham (s66)
8 Thomas Reilly (s74)
9 Gary Fraser
9 Chris McLeish (s70)
10 Chris Templeman (s65)
10 Brian Cameron
17 Jamie Redman
11 Lewis Strapp (s63)
8 Paul Watson (s66)
12 Chris Dodds (s63)
16 Craig Johnston (s65)
14 Calum Ferguson
7 Graham Webster (s76)
15 Matthew Cooper
12 Kerr Hay
16 Declan Byrne (s70)
22 Connor McLaren
17 Ali Sutherland
20 Ross Campbell
18 Scott Smith (s74)
1 Euan Rose (GK) 21 Trevor Dear

Ryan Milne

Assistant Referees:
Gvin Harris, David McKniff

Montrose - Terry Masson (6), Andrew Steeves (54), Jamie Redman (73)

Yellow Cards:
Montrose - Cammy Ballantyne (49), Seán Dillon (50)
Elgin City - Darryl McHardy (67)

Elgin City
- ..

Red Cards:



Clyde 0 Montrose 0

Montrose again made changes to their starting line up as Manager Stewart Petrie gave pitch time to more of his squad whilst at the same time judged his best eleven to match the threats posed by the opposition. Clyde were the team facing them and their improved results recently have not gone unnoticed with a draw against high flying Stirling Albion and a rare clean sheet again Annan demonstrating that three points for the Mo would be anything but an easy task.

As usual Fleming was in goal with the usual back three of Allan, Dillon and Campbell with Ballantyne and Steeves again in the wing back roles. In midfield were Masson, Redman and Webster with Johnston and Fraser up top. On the strong looking bench were Templeman, Hay, McLaren, Callaghan, Fotheringham and young keeper Euan Rose. Referee for the day was the experienced David Lowe.

Clyde came flying out of the blocks as the game got underway and they quickly earned a free kick as they were abruptly halted trying to bludgeon their way directly down the middle from the off. The free kick flew high and wide but it was a good chance wasted as the big Clyde centre backs looked on in vain. That was a sign of things to come with set pieces in mind as Clyde usually are at their most dangerous when their inevitable big bustling centre backs are up for set pieces. Redman then conceded a needless corner which came to nothing again with the big Clyde centre backs waiting in vain.

Montrose mounted their first attack when Clyde’s early huff and puff fizzled out but a long ball for Fraser was too long. Fraser was fouled in the next move which saw Campbell hit a 25 yarder just over the top. Clyde had a similar effort at the other end but Ramsey’s shot didn’t trouble Fleming.

Clyde were full of pace and energy which Montrose made hard work of dealing with at times and whilst there was no great threat at the end of Clyde’s possession and direct play there was always the likelihood of them getting lucky. Equally Mo caught them on the break a couple of times and a great ball from Masson found Johnston marginally offside when otherwise through on goal. Although there was plenty of pace and intent on display frankly it was a poor quality of game with Clyde shading it overall and Montrose certainly needed to up their performance as the half time whistle went at 0-0.

No changes by either Manager for the second half but new Clyde Manager Danny Lennon became more vocal on the touchline as Montrose came more into it. Mo had two quick corners and in collecting the second ball from one of them Steeves was unlucky to see his goal bound volley bounce off a defender to safety. Fraser was then booked in what looked a harsh decision as he clearly won the ball before the man went down.  

Then the substitutions came thick and fast as both Managers tried to gain control of the game. For Clyde on came big Gormley up front in place of Cuddihy and at the same time Callaghan came on for Masson for Montrose.  The Mo were starting to get their game together with half an hour to go and Johnston galloped onto a Ballantyne through ball to flight it over to Webster who headed over the bar when under pressure from the defender. Five minutes later another brace of substitutions with Templeman on to replace Fraser for Mo and Osalador on for Wright for the Bully Wee. Straightaway it almost paid off for Montrose as the fans were on their feet – how did it sray out? Templeman somehow won it then an almighty scramble on the Clyde goal line somehow ended with the ball refusing to go where it simply didn’t want to go.

If Templeman was now hurting the big tiring Clyde centre backs then the fresh legs of Callaghan were having the desired effect in midfield as well. Montrose were now looking to win the game as they pushed forward in numbers but equally the back door had to stay shut as well. That was realised when Osalador found space on the end of a long punt downfield and ‘young’ Iain Campbell had to move smartly to deal with the danger.

Montrose made their final change with about 15 minutes to go, Webster being replaced by McLaren. Both teams were trying to win it now as the bore-draw looked less likely. Clyde won a corner from which one of the big lads blazed a header wide when a better outcome for him looked more likely. Montrose breathed again and the last ten minutes were all Montrose as they hammered away for the elusive winning goal. It never came however and at a final score of 0-0 it was probably a fair result though both Messrs Petrie and Lennon might feel their teams should have done better.

With news that Stirling had lost it meant Montrose had gone two points clear at the top so job done at what looks to be an improving Clyde side. Man of the Match goes to Allan Fleming not so much because he was the busiest goalkeeper on the day, he wasn’t, but he didn’t put a foot wrong in a faultless display which gives confidence to those in front of him. Praise too for Dillon and the ever improving young Matty Allan, both of them snuffed out the threat of Goodwillie all afternoon.



Team Lineups & Stats

Ladbrokes SPFL
League Two
Saturday 2nd December 2017

1 Blair Currie
21 Allan Fleming
2 Callum Home
2 Terry Masson (s61)
3 Jordan Stewart
24 Cammy Ballantyne
4 Martin NcNiff
3 Andrew Steeves
5 Andrew Munro
14 Seán Dillon
6 Kieran Duffie
17 Jamie Redman
7 Barry Cuddihy (61)
9 Gary Fraser (s68)
8 Darren Ramsay
18 Iain Campbell
9 Max Wright (s72)
16 Craig Johnston
10 David Goodwillie
4 Matty Allan
11 Jordan Lowdon
7 Graham Webster (s76)
12 Jack Breslin
10 Chris Templeman (s68)
14 Smart Osadolor (s72)
11 Kerr Hay
15 David Gormley (s61)
22 Connor McLaren (s76)
16 Lewis Wilson
19 Liam Callaghan (s61)
17 Scott Ferguson
6 Martyn Fotheringham
18 Mark Lamont
8 Paul Watson
21 Peter Morrison (GK)
1 Euan Rose (GK)

David Lowe

Assistant Referees:
Mark McLean, Chris Phillips


Yellow Cards:
Montrose - Gary Fraser (58)

Red Cards:



Montrose 3 Berwick Rangers 0

Montrose moved three points clear of Peterhead at the top of League 2 with a comfortable win over Berwick Rangers.

With the Balmoor Side and Stirling Albion both out of action due to frozen pitches, Montrose knew that avoiding defeat would send them clear of their closest rivals at the top of the table.

They delivered in demonstrative fashion, surging into a three-goal lead inside the first half hour.

GARY FRASER opened the scoring after just 79 seconds, controlling Jamie Redman’s knockdown from Cammy Ballantyne’s cross and slamming the ball past visiting goalkeeper Robby McCrorie.

Fraser almost turned creator in the 11th minute, squaring the ball to Terry Masson, but the midfielder’s shot was blocked.

Montrose’s second goal arrived in the 19th minute, Martyn Fotheringham’s shot blocked but CHRIS TEMPLEMAN firing the rebound low into the net.

Fraser was inches away from adding a third a minute later, failing to connect with Ballantyne’s cross by the slenderest of margins.

But FRASER  did score his second goal in the 28th minute, heading in from Iain Campbell’s corner.

The second half was a quieter affair, although Montrose did have the ball in the net in the 68th minute, only for Chris Templeman’s strike to be ruled out for offside.

Cammy Ballantyne almost added a fourth goal in bizarre fashion when he chased down McCrorie, forcing the goalkeeper into a scrambled clearance. The ball ricocheted off the Montrose fullback, flying up into the air and rebounding off the top of the crossbar and out for a goal kick.

Gary Fraser passed up a final chance to complete his hat trick in the 83rd minute, dragging his back-heeled shot across goal and wide of the target.

Mark Rae


Team Lineps & Stats

Ladbrokes SPFL
League 2
Saturday 9th December 2017


21 Allan Fleming 1 Robby McCrorie
24 Cammy Ballantyne 4 Darren Lavery (s63)
3 Andrew Steeves
5 Kevin McKinlay
4 Matty Allan
6 Jonathon Fairbairn
14 Seán Dillon 9 Aaron Murrell
18 Iain Campbell
10 Michael McKenna
2 Terry Masson (s73)
11 Gary Phillips
6 Martyn Fotheringham (s60)
12 Andrew Irving (s69)
9 Gary Fraser
13 Kieran Stewart
10 Chris Templeman (s69)
16 Robert Wilson
17 Jamie Redman
22 Marcus Godinho (s64)
8 Paul Watson (s60)
2 Oliver Feming
19 Liam Callaghan
7 Steven Thomson (s69)
16 Craig Johnston
14 Caullum Donaldson (s64)
7 Graham Webster
18 Christopher McDonald (s63)
12 Kerr Hay (s69)
28 Patrick Scullion
22 Connor McLaren (s73)
20 Sean Brennan (GK)
1 Euan Rose (GK)    

Mike Roncone

Assistant Referees:
Ross Haswell, Paul Timmons

Montrose - Gary Fraser (2,28), Chris Templeman (19)

Yellow Cards:
Montrose - Martyn Fotheringham (40), Andrew Steeves (55), Paul Watson (88)
Berwick Rangers
- Jonathon Fairbairn (54), Steven Thomson (88)

Red Cards:



Stenhousemuir 0 Montrose 1

With the weather putting paid to Stirling’s game today, we took full advantage and leapfrogged The Binos into top spot in the league with a narrow but impressive victory.

The home side threatened first when Ferns strike flew just wide of Fleming's goal and the game quickly became end to end with both teams creating chances.

We broke the deadlock after 19 mins when Steeves picked out Templeman with a pin point cross, and the big mans knock down perfectly met the run of TERRY MASSON whose left footed strike found its way past Smith.

Stenny nearly responded immediately but McGuigan somehow managed to send a cross over the bar from 6 yards.

We came close to doubling our lead when yet another, dangerous Ballantyne cross found Masson at the edge of the box but his header flew narrowly over.

We successfully endured a period of home pressure when reduced to 10 men as Allan received lengthy treatment for a head injury.

The half time whistle came at a good time for us as Stenhousemuir finished the first half with a series of attacks, which Allan, Dillon and Campbell defended resolutely against.

We started the second half well, without really threatening Smiths goal, but Stenhousemuir reminded us of their threat, with Ferns shooting narrowly over from 20 yards.

Petrie shuffled his side and changed formation in response to the home side’s attacking formation, but also in search of that crucial second goal.

Both Redman and Allan saw headed attempts go wide of the Stenny goal and Masson unleashed a 30 yard drive which flew high and wide.

Following an impressive attack down the right hand side, the ball found its way to Callaghan, who drove into the box but somehow managed to send the ball wide from 9 yards.

Another immediate attack saw Johnston one on one with Smith but the keeper dived low to save the side footed effort.

In the dying moments and with top spot beckoning Fleming had to make a fantastic one handed save onto the cross bar from a 25 yard strike from Paton then McMenamin sent a 12 yard shot narrowly wide.

Well done today boys, a great battling defensive display that will have Mo fans eagerly screenshooting the league table tonight! We continue our travels next week away to Clyde.


Team Lineups & Stats

Ladbrokes SPFL
League Two
Saturday 25th November 2017

1 Chris Smith
21 Allan Fleming
2 Ross Meechan (s73)
24 Cammy Ballantyne (s64)
3 Michael Dunlop (c)
3 Andrew Steeves
4 Ross Dunlop
4 Matty Allan
5 Nicky Paterson (s62)
14 Seán Dillon
6 Mark Ferry
18 Iain Campbell
7 Mark McGuigan
2 Terry Masson
8 Harry Paton
8 Paul Watson (c) (s45)
9 Jamie Longmworth (s72)
16 Craig Johnston
10 Eddie Ferns
10 Chris Templeman (s70)
11 Ruaridh Donaldson
19 Liam Callaghan
12 Colin McMenamin (s72)
7 Graham Webster (s64)
14 David Marsh
9 Gary Fraser (s70)
15 Ross Gilmour
17 Jamie Redman (45)
16 Martin Scott (s62)
22 Connor McLaren
18 Paul Allan
11 Kerr Hay
19 Innes Murray (s73)
6 Martyn Fotheringham
17 Lewis McMinn (s83)
1 Euan Rose (GK)

Grant Irvine

Assistant Referees:
Stephen Mitchell, Daniel McFarlane

Montrose - Terry Masson (15)

Yellow Cards:
Montrose - Graham Webster (89)
Stenhousemuir - Ross Meechan (11)

Red Cards:



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