2nd December 2006
Since moving to
All the points came from either penalties or drop-goals, with both sides having late opportunities to sneak a win. In dying minutes of regulation time Musselburgh’s Stewart sclaffed a penalty wide when it looked, to an outsider like me anyway, a straightforward enough kick. Then in injury time
Dunfermline’s Ali O’Connor had a whack from much further out, but his attempt just drifted wide.
Amongst the hundred or so spectators, I was surprised to see what looked like former Dunfermline Athletic manager Dick Campbell. Or it could have been his twin Ian. Or both of them. Or neither, I suppose.
|Welcome to McKane Park.|
|The McKane Park pavilion.|
|The wooden shelter.|
|A closer view.|
|I am afraid my stitching software has made the McKane Park playing surface look rather more bumpy than it actually is.|