Edinburgh maintain lead at Ladbrokes League Two summit

Posted Sunday, February 10, 2019 by PA

Edinburgh maintain lead at Ladbrokes League Two summit

Edinburgh maintained their four-point lead at the top of Ladbrokes League Two as they earned a 0-0 draw at second-placed Peterhead.

The visitors went into the game four points clear, albeit having played two games more, and maintained that advantage by picking up a point in a tense encounter with little goalmouth action.

Clyde missed the chance to move level with Peterhead as their six-match winning run was ended by a 1-1 draw at Annan.

Kristoffer Syvertsen gave the Bully Wee a first-half lead but Kyle Bradley equalised with three minutes left for the fourth-placed side.

That result allowed allowed Stirling Albion to close to within four points of the top four after they won 2-1 at struggling Berwick.

Dylan Mackin’s first-half penalty was followed by a Darren Smith strike, before Lewis Barr pulled back a late consolation.

Darryl McHardy scored a hat-trick as Elgin won 3-0 at Albion Rovers to end their four-match winless run and close the gap to the play-off places to six points.

McHardy scored either side of half-time before securing the match ball with an 83rd-minute penalty.

Elsewhere, Scott McLean’s 90th-minute spot-kick earned Queen’s Park a 1-1 draw at home to Cowdenbeath, who had taken the lead through Matthew Henvey with 11 minutes left.


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