Rothes and Lossiemouth played out a score draw at a blustery Mackessack Park this afternoon, with a goalless first half followed by an end to end second period. Liam Archibald opened the scoring for the visitors midway through the second half, but Lossie were denied all three points when Michael Dunn converted a late penalty.
More to follow.
Lossiemouth and Rothes played out a wind-affected draw at a sunny Mackessack Park, with neither side creating much to write home about. A first half as barren as the playing surface was forgotten as Lossiemouth moved up a gear after the break before opening the scoring through Liam Archibald, but from then on Rothes were dominant and earned a point late on when Michael Dunn scored from the spot.
Lossiemouth were without the suspended Shawn Scott and Scott Dunn, and began with Jordan Main in the side. Rothes
Half time – Rothes 0-0 Lossiemouth
The draw moves Lossie onto twenty points, doubling last seasons tally with one league game remaining, but before the trip to Cove Rangers on May 3rd the Coasters have a Highland League Cup semi-final at Clach to negotiate.
Full time – Rothes 1-1 Lossiemouth