Football: AITKEN SAYS PENALTY SAW JUSTICE DONE; SECOND DIVISION

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Football: AITKEN SAYS PENALTY SAW JUSTICE DONE; SECOND DIVISION


Byline: DAVID RINALDI at Forthbank

SUPER-COOL Chris Aitken reckons his last-minute penalty clincher was justice served after a dodgy decision threatened to end Albion's title hopes.

Aitken cut Morton's lead at the top to seven points after David O'Brien was bundled over in the dying seconds by red card sinner Bobby Mann.

It was a huge relief for Stirling who were upset after ref Scott MacDonald allowed Martin Bavidge to level from the spot 11 minutes from time.

He ruled that Paul Hay had felled Dougie Cameron and Bavidge made no mistake to cancel out Steven Bell's opener.

But the call looked poor and Aitken said: "It was harsh and we got our just rewards in the end. We deserved the win."

Gaffer Allan Moore was also stunned at the decision but said: "It worked out in the end. It's not about the officials. It's about getting three points and that's what we did."

The Blue Toon had chances to go ahead early on and Stuart McKay went close with a cute backheel and a daisy cutter from the edge of the box. But they were sucker punched in 22 minutes when Bell struck.

Peterhead failed to clear a ball into the area and when it broke toBell he was never going to miss from six yards. …

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