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anderson & Smith join Toon

Peterhead last week completed the double signing of Queen of the South winger Grant Anderson and ex-Dunfermline attacker Allan Smith.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
ALLOA V PETERHEAD

PETERHEAD'S AARON COMRIE DODGES A TACKLE FROM JAMIE  LONGWORTH

Ten man Peterhead hold on to one goal lead for away win

Leighton McIntosh scored the winning goal for Peterhead before being sent off as the Blue Toon edged out Alloa Athletic 1-0 in a hard fought affair at the Indodrill Stadium.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
ALLOA V PETERHEAD

 LEIGHTON MCINTOSH IS BEMUSED BY HIS RED CARD

Boss praises Peterhead rearguard

Peterhead boss Jim McInally praised his Peterhead side, and in particular his defence, after there 1-0 away win against Alloa on Saturday.

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SCOTISH LEAGUE ONE
PETERHEAD V LIVINGSTON

PETERHEAD'S SIMON FERRY GETS THE BALL AHEAD OF RAFA DE-VITA

Toon step up against Livi

Following Saturday’s 3-2 home defeat by Livingston Peterhead manager Jim McInally is optimistic his side could turn their fortunes around.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
PETERHEAD V STENHOUSEMUIR

PETERHEAD'S  SIMON FERRY AND  VINCENT BERRY SCRAP FOR THE BALL

Own goal woe for McAllister costly for Blue Toon

The spectre of relegation looms over Balmoor Stadium after another moral-sapping 2-0 defeat, this time to fellow struggling team Stenhousmuir.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
PETERHEAD V ALLOA ATHLETIC
(DUNCAN BROWN)

PETERHEAD'S RORY MCALLISTER TORMENTS THE ALLOA DEFENCE

Toon drop points at home

Peterhead were made to rue missed opportunities against Alloa on Saturday as the Wasps left Balmoor with a point after a 1-1 draw.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
PETERHEAD V ALLOA ATHLETIC
(DUNCAN BROWN)

PETERHEAD'S KEVIN DZIERZAWSKI CLEARS FROM IAIN FLANNIGAN

Peterhead pay the price for not taking chances

The Blue Toon’s defensive woes continued, dropping two valuable points from a winning position leaving them without a home win in the last four games at Balmoor.

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Scotland

Tartan Army warned over email scam

Members of the Scotland supporters’ association have been warned to ignore an email from the organisation today.

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Keeper in a flap over gull kick

Fans at Saturday’s Scottish Cup match between Peterhead and Alloa Athletic got all in a flap after a goal kick incident at Balmoor.

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Jim McInally

“Miles better than that”

Peterhead manager Jim McInally admitted that his team weren’t good enough against Brechin City at the weekend.

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VIDEO - England v Scotland classic moments

VIDEO - England v Scotland classic moments

Ahead of Friday’s big showdown between England and Scotland at Wembley, it’s time to delve into the past and revisit some classic England v Scotland drama.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
PETERHEAD V STRANRAER
(DUNCAN BROWN)

PETERHEAD'S SCOTT BROWN SCORES NO 2

Toon continue moving up

Peterhead look to have put their slow start to the season firmly behind them after winning their third game in a row at home to Stranraer.

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SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE
PETERHEAD V STRANRAER
(DUNCAN BROWN)

PETERHEAD'S RORY MCALLISTER CELEBRATES HIS OPENER

Three wins in a row as Toon turn fortunes around

What a difference a fortnight makes, foot of the table going into the game at Airdrieonians, their third win in a row moved them into a far healthier sixth spot with a promotion play-off place now a realistic ambition.

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Hibernian's John McGinn, left, battles with St Mirren's Lawrence Shankland at Easter Road. Picture: Garry Williamson/SNS

Hibs’ Martin Boyle justifies Neil Lennon’s selection choice

If the recently sidelined Jason Cummings thought he had his work cut out trying to force his way back into manager Neil Lennon’s thinking prior to the weekend match, he could find it even tougher now.

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Hearts striker Conor Sammon shows his frustration against Kilmarnock. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Robbie Neilson backs strikers to end Hearts’ goal drought

Hearts manager Robbie 
Neilson is reminding all who will listen that scoring goals is tough. But even he could not have expected it to prove just as tricky as it has for his 
Tynecastle strikeforce.

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Andrew Shinnie is ready to push on after Hibs ended their run of five matches without a win. Picture: SNS.

Hibs’ Andrew Shinnie bids to pass test of character

When it comes to shedding the baggage of past failings, Hibs have proved themselves pretty adept in recent months. But that does not mean there was not a distinct sense of relief in the dressing room last weekend when they ended their run of five games without a win.

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Defender John Souttar, left, vies with Kilmarnock's Nathan Tyson during Hearts' midweek defeat at Rugby Park. Picture: SNS

Hearts must show character to bounce back from limp defeat

John Souttar understands that there are big demands at a club like Hearts and he is confident that his colleagues also know what is expected of them and have the character to deliver. That is despite the team passing up the opportunity to move into second spot in the Premiership table, with a flat, uninspiring performance against Kilmarnock on Wednesday.

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