Rory McAllister thanked strike partner Mitch Megginson for helping him get off the mark for Cove Rangers.
Cove Rangers left it late to extend their lead to five points at the top of Ladbrokes League Two.
Connor Scully took great delight in Cove Rangers finally getting one over Cowdenbeath in their own backyard.
Scott Ross says Cove Rangers’ Central Park heartache is not on their minds as they return to Cowdenbeath as a fully-fledged SPFL club.
Fraser Fyvie says Cove Rangers’ last-gasp 3-2 win over Cowdenbeath was the first time “in years” he’s felt “free” on a football pitch.
Cove Rangers have announced the signing of former Aberdeen midfielder Fraser Fyvie on a short-term deal.
Cove Rangers co-manager Graeme Mathieson says he is savouring their promotion because he thought he might not get the chance to take the club into the SPFL.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says “it’s a big couple of weeks coming up” in the League Two title race.
Willie Gibson insists there can be no let-up from Peterhead in pursuit of title glory.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally hailed his strikers for stepping up and scoring the goals to see off Cowdenbeath.
Peterhead’s Mick Dunlop says points are more important than performances in their quest for League Two title glory.
Peterhead’s League Two match against Cowdenbeath tomorrow has been postponed. The clubs and SPFL announced the decision due to a frozen pitch Central Park.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally hailed the character of his side after beating Cowdenbeath 4-2.
Hearts boss Craig Levein is ready to make the most of the Tyncecastle side’s Betfred Cup reprieve.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran thought his side didn’t have luck on their side as they lost on their return to Central Park in the Betfred Cup.
Boss John Sheran isn’t dwelling on Cove Rangers’ last visit to Central Park ahead of their return their tomorrow.
Harry Milne says it would be nice to win when Cove Rangers return to Central Park on Saturday – but adds it won’t make up for their play-off heartache.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran has been handed a two-match suspension for his part in a fracas in the League Two play-off final.
Cove Rangers will face Cowdenbeath in the League Cup group stage.
Cove Rangers and their manager John Sheran have been charged by the SFA following their defeat in the League Two play-off final.
Cove’s Megginson after controversial play-off loss: ‘Every fan in there could see it was an absolute disgrace’
Cove Rangers’ 52-goal hitman Mitch Megginson said “every fan in there could see it was an absolute disgrace” after his side lost their League Two play-off final against Cowdenbeath.
Cove Rangers fell short in their quest to enter the Scottish leagues after a baffling decision saw them fall 3-2 to Cowdenbeath in their League Two play-off final second leg at Central Park.
Gary Mackay-Steven thinks Aberdeen can take confidence from their first-half performance against Rangers into their Parkhead clash with Celtic.
League Two play-off final: Blades star Coutts backing old club Cove to win battle for league step-up
Paul Coutts has backed his old team Cove Rangers to gain promotion to League Two.
League Two play-off: Battle of giants as Cove’s Watson goes in for crunch against Cowdenbeath’s man-mountain
Cove Rangers captain Eric Watson is still sore from his team’s League Two play-off final first leg with Cowdenbeath.
League Two play-off final: Sheran still upbeat as Cove miss chances in opening joust with Cowdenbeath
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran said he viewed his side’s goalless stalemate in the League Two play-off final first leg as a “positive” result.
Cove Rangers are in a great position to secure promotion to League Two having drawn 0-0 with Cowdenbeath in the first leg of the play-off final.
Cove Rangers will head to Cowdenbeath with the League Two play-off final poised at 0-0, after the clubs' stalemate at Harlaw Park.
Eric Watson has labelled the League Two play-off final as the biggest games in Cove Rangers’ history – and he’s determined to make the most of them.
Cove Rangers’ Sheran says ‘job done’ after play-off semi win and asks for more of the same from players against Cowdenbeath
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran asked his players for more of the same against Cowdenbeath after they reached the League Two play-off final.