Ryan Conroy has called on Peterhead to start a pivotal week in their season with a positive result.
An early goal from Ross Matthews proved enough for Ladbrokes League One leaders Raith to secure a 1-0 victory at Airdrieonians.
Manager Daniel Stendel hopes Hearts’ 5-0 Scottish Cup victory over Airdrie can be the catalyst for his side to start climbing the Ladbrokes Premiership table.
Daniel Stendel celebrated his first victory as Hearts manager after watching his team sweep to an emphatic 5-0 Scottish Cup win over Airdrie.
Scottish League One leaders Raith got back to winning ways in style on Saturday with a 5-3 victory at East Fife following last week’s shock home loss to Dumbarton.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally insisted they didn’t deserve to lose to Airdrieonians and said referee Lloyd Wilson’s performance hadn’t helped their cause.
Scottish League One leaders Raith lost their two-point advantage at the top after being held to a 1-1 draw at Falkirk in a fiery clash which produced three red cards.
David Ferguson wants to see Peterhead continue to climb the League 1 table after returning to winning ways.
Raith took over at the top of Ladbrokes League One with an eventful 1-0 victory over Airdrie at Stark’s Park.
Airdrie powered on at the top of Ladbrokes League One with a comprehensive 4-0 victory over third-placed East Fife at the Penny Cars Stadium.
Jason Brown believes if Peterhead maintain their standards they will pick up plenty of points in the second quarter of the season.
Paddy Boyle believes Peterhead should take encouragement for the weeks ahead from outplaying a full-time team.
Peterhead’s Aidan Smith was gutted after Airdrieonians punished them for failing to take their chances.
Jonathan Page’s potential move to Peterhead appears to be off.
Peterhead have offered Airdrieonians defender Jonathan Page a contract.
Dyce BC Blues under-13s are all set for their Scottish Cup Final with Airdrieonians Real Boys Club tomorrow (2pm).
John Sheran thinks his side’s Scottish Cup tie with Airdrieonians is an opportunity for his ambitious Highland League players to prove their credentials.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally was left to rue poor defending and missed chances as they lost 4-2 to Airdrieonians at Balmoor.