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Stenhousemuir 0 Ayr Utd 4

Ayr responded to recent defeats with a comprehensive 4-0 victory away to Stenhousemuir. Early goals in each half from Mikey Donald and Craig Moore and a double from Jordan Preston earned Ayr the win as the Honest Men coasted to victory

Manager Iain McCall was again absent from the sidelines due to illness however he made 3 changes to the starting 11. Preston, Crawford and Boyle all came into the starting lineup as Stevenson, Trouten and McCrorie made way.

48 seconds gone and Ayr were already off the mark. Jordan Preston collected the ball in midfield and held off Euan Murray before driving forward and providing a pin point pass through to Mikey Donald who made no mistake and calmly stroked the ball into the bottom right corner to give Ayr an early lead.

3 minutes later and Ayr were again causing the home side problems as Moore collected the ball and was forced down the line however managed to cutback to Preston but he couldn’t convert and his shot was blocked inside the box.

Stenny were awarded their first chance on 25 minutes after a good counter attack. Ayr lost the ball in midfield and Stenny broke with Gilhaney running down the right and into the box before cutting back to McMenamin. However the striker fired way over from 12 yards.

On the half hour mark Ayr would have hoped to double their lead through Preston. A mix up in the Stenny defence allowed Preston through on goal, yet from a difficult angle he failed to find the target and his shot squirmed wide of the post.

2 minutes later and Stenhousemuir forced a corner as Gilhaney’s opportunistic strike from 30 yards brought a good save from Fleming in goal. From the resultant corner, Gilhaney had 2 strikes from close range however both shots were blocked by Andy Graham to prevent the home side from equalising.

Lewis Small was next to try and draw the home side level however his effort from close range could only find the side netting after a good cross by Alan Cook. Just before halftime and the home side had their best chance of the game when Lewis Small found himself one on one but his shot was smothered by Fleming as Ayr went into halftime a goal ahead.

Ayr were quick to start the second half also and on the 47th minute doubled their lead through Craig Moore. Donald put a poor freekick into the box, the ball fell to Docherty on the edge of the box and he passed across to McCrorie. He then passed to Preston who turned the defender and set Moore through on goal and his powerful shot took a nick off the defender and past the goalkeeper to put Ayr two up.

54 minutes on the clock and Ayr almost made it 3 through Moore again. Preston clipped in a cross and Moore’s glancing header looked goalbound only for McCabe to claw the ball out of the net to deny Moore his second of the game.

Colin McMenamin almost halved the deficit after 70 minutes. The striker beat the offside trap and found himself one on one with Fleming however United’s stopper was there again to deny the striker a goal and keep Ayr two up.

Ayr continued to press in the final quarter of the game and on the 76th minute McCrorie almost found his name scoresheet but his shot dragged just wide of the left hand post.

A minute later and Ayr were awarded a penalty and a chance to increase their lead. McCrorie drove down to the by-line and was fouled by Ciaran Summers resulting in Barry Cook pointing to the spot. Preston stepped up to take the penalty and coolly fired into net to make it 3-0.

5 minutes later and Stenny almost pulled a goal back. A dangerous cross came in and Andy Graham did well to get his head on the ball however it almost looped into his own net if it were not for Fleming who was there to prevent the ball from going into the back of the net.

The rampant Ayr then added a 4th on the 88th minute. A loose pass at the back by Summers was pounced upon by Preston who steadied himself and fired the ball past McCabe to top off a successful day for the Honest Men.

The result now puts Ayr 1 point behind Peterhead in 2nd as Ayr to travel to the Blue Toon next Saturday.

McCabe, Robertson, McCormack, Meechan, Murray, Stirling, Gilhaney, Beith, McMenamin, Small, Cook Substitutes Barclay (GK), Hamilton, Marenghi, Summers, McCroary, Miller, Eddington.

Ayr United
Fleming, Devlin, Boyle, Docherty, Graham, Murphy, Moore, Crawford, Preston, Forrest, Donald Substitutes Newman (GK), McLauchlan, Wardrope, McGuffie, Stevenson, McCrorie, Hodge.

Referee: Barry Cook
Attendance: 652
Match Report: AUmedia

Stenhousemuir match preview

Match Preview
Stenhousemuir vs. Ayr United
Ladbrokes League 1
Saturday 9th April 2016. Kick-off 3pm

On Saturday, Ayr United travel to face Ochilview to face Stenhousemuir. The Honest Men are looking to make it 12 points from 12 with a fourth win over the Warriors this season. United have lost their last three matches away from home – all against sides at the foot of the table and, since beating Stenny at the start of March, the Honest Men have take only three points from a possible 15. Despite this poor run of form, United are still in with a shout of overhauling second placed Peterhead who travel to Brechin this weekend.

Former Ayr – and Stenhousemuir – defender Alan Lithgow nabbed a last minute equaliser for Airdrieonians against the Warriors last weekend, a result which saw them drop one place in the league table to 8th. Stenny sit four points ahead of bottom place Brechin and have a three point advantage over Forfar in the relegation play-off spot but have an inferior goal difference to the the Angus pair.

Team News: Brian Gilmour and Jamie Adams are still out injured. Paddy Boyle returns to the squad and everyone else is available.

Ian says: “We need to get some momentum going for the playoffs. I keep mentioning how strange a situation it is with ourselves and Peterhead knowing we are playing each other in the playoffs however we need to get away from that. We have a maximum of seven games left and we need to get refocused and back into form. Everyone needs to work hard and we will get there. Its been a long season and we have had plenty of ups and downs but we know how good a team this can be. We are close to full strength and are hoping to have a full squad by next week.”

Head-to-Head (at Ochilview):
Ayr United wins – 16
Draws – 10
Stenhousemuir wins – 17

Five of the last seven games between the sides at Ochilview have ended 1-1.

Last meeting: There were five goals in the final 25 minutes of the game the last time these two teams met, at Somerset Park at the start of March. Craig Moore opened the scoring but United’s lead lasted just four minutes – Jamie McCormack equalising for the visitors. The game turned, however, when Alan Cook was sent off for a wild challenge in the 73rd minutes and goals from Ryan Stevenson, Alan Trouten and an Stuart Malcolm own goals gave Ian McCall’s side a 4-1 win.

United’s last trip to Stenhousemuir was a closer encounter- Ross Caldwell’s 9th minute goal enough to earn all three points.

On this date: in 1932, Ayr United beat Morton 6-2 in a South West Counties Cup game played at Somerset Park. United’s last 8 fixtures to be played on 16th April have been away from home, most recently a 0-0 draw at Livingston in 2011.

Match Officials:
Referee – Barry Cook
Assistant Referee 1 – Stephen Mitchell
Assistant Referee 2 – Daniel McFarlane

Adults: £5
U16s: Free

Ayr United supporters will be in the West Terracing which is the standing enclosure behind the goal.

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£5 entry to Stenhousemuir

On Saturday we visit Ochilview to face Stenhousemuir. Entry to the ground will be £5 for everyone.

Our travelling supporters will be in the West Terracing which is the standing enclosure behind the goal.

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Ayr Utd 0 Albion Rovers 1

Ayr United fell to another disappointing 1-0 defeat this time at home to Albion Rovers. A second half volley from Mick Dunlop was enough to earn the Coatbridge side the vital 3 points they need for their play off push. Ayr however failed to impress in a game in which Ian McCall was absent from the dugout due to illness.

Ayr made 2 changes to the starting line up from last week as Craig Moore came in for Jordan Preston and Alan Forrest replaced Mick Wardrope.

The Home side started the game slowly and were given a warning sign after only 1 minute. A freekick from the left by Gary Fisher found Ally Love in the box however from only 5 yards out the Rovers’ winger could only direct the shot straight at Fleming.

Ayr responded to this and 2 minutes later had their first significant chance of the game also. Alan Trouten swung in a corner from the right and it was flicked on by Nicky Devlin, Albion failed to clear the loose ball and it landed to Ross McCrorie however he could only fire his shot straight at the keeper from close range.

Craig Moore was next to test the keeper after 10 minutes as he collected the ball on the edge of the box and his fierce drive had to be well saved Ross Stewart who was doing well to keep Ayr out in the opening stages. 5 minutes later and Ayr almost found themselves ahead through a touch of good fortune as Docherty set Donald through into the box and his cutback was deflected onto the post.

After 30 minutes Ayr had another chance when good passing play on the left hand side resulted in Stevenson crossing the ball into the box and it landed to Devlin who cut it back to Trouten however he fired over the bar.

1 minute later and Albion had a great chance. Ally Love swung in a corner and Mick Dunlop flicked on the loose ball however his effort was cleared off the line by Stevenson.

Ayr created their best chance of the game just before halftime as Moore’s pass set Forrest through one on one but Stewart was there to smother his shot. Forrest then seemed to be fouled for a definite penalty however referee Duncan deemed it as a dive and Forrest was booked.

Ayr were slow to start in the second half also as Albion broke on the 47th minute as Archibald set Scott McBride through on goal however his shot was well saved by Fleming from 10 yards out.

Moore had another chance after 60 minutes after some neat dribbling allowed him into the box however his powerful strike was straight into the side netting.

72 minutes on the clock and Albion broke the deadlock through defender Mick Dunlop. A freekick was swung in by Fisher and Davidson cushioned the ball off inside the box for Dunlop who’s volley deflected off Andy Graham in off the bar to give the away side the lead.

Ayr huffed and puffed for the remaining 18 minutes however failed to create any chances of note as Albion held out for the win. In what was a disappointing performance, United will be hoping to bounce back and build some confidence going into the play offs.

Ayr now travel to Stenhousemuir next Saturday.

Ayr United
Fleming, Devlin, Donald, Murphy, Graham, Docherty, Stevenson, McCrorie, Moore, Trouten, Forrest Substitutes Newman (GK), McLauchlan, Wardrope, Crawford, McGuffie, Preston, Hodge.

Albion Rovers
Stewart, Reid, Turnbull, Fisher, R. Dunlop, M. Dunlop, Georgiev, Davidson, Archibald, McBride, Love Substitutes Lochead (GK), Ferry, Young, Talu, Kerjean.

Referee: Gavin Duncan
Attendance: 1044
Match Report: AUmedia

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