Stirling Albion 1-0 Peterhead

Bottom of the league Stirling beat Peterhead and took all three points thanks to Jordan White's second-half penalty.

Peterhead started brightly and almost went in front but Mark Peat pulled off a fine save to deny Rory McAllister from inside the six-yard box.

However, the visitors were reduced to 10 men in the 17th minute when Scott Ross saw red following an off-the-ball incident.

White drilled in a half-volley that Graeme Smith did well to cling on to as Stirling began to make their numerical advantage count.

And they were rewarded in the 67th-minute, when White scored from the spot following substitute Graeme Sharp's foul on Stephen Day.

White had a header well saved as they continued to dominate, but his afternoon turned sour when he was shown the red card in the 90th minute for a second booking.

Stirling: Peat, McGeachie, Thom, Allison, McAnespie, Graham Weir, Ferry, McClune, Day, White, Davidson (Brass 87).Subs Not Used: Filler, McCunnie, Flood, McSorley.

Sent Off: White (90).

Booked: White, Graham Weir.

Goals: White 67 pen.

Peterhead: Graeme Smith, Cowie, Scott Ross, Ross Smith, Noble, Cox (Maguire 77), Redman, Strachan, McLaughlin, McAllister (Winters 77), Bavidge (Sharp 62).Subs Not Used: Jarvie.

Sent Off: Scott Ross (17).

Booked: Noble, Redman, McLaughlin, McAllister.

Att: 416

Ref: Gavin Duncan (Scotland).

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