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Tuesday 11th January 2022

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from A View From the Terrace names his SPFL Team of the Week, with Falkirk striker Anton Dowds the star man...

GK - Derek Gaston (Arbroath)
Although his team ended up on the losing side, Gaston made a number of strong saves as Arbroath were beaten 1-0 away to Ayr United. Despite the result, Dick Campbell's men remain top of the cinch Championship.
DEF - Jack Baird (Ayr United)
Speaking of Ayr, Saturday's win was their second in succession, a sequence of results which has lifted them out of the relegation places and into seventh spot. Baird and Sean McGinty struck up an impressive partnership throughout.
DEF - Daniel O’Reilly (Hamilton Accies)
The January 1st signing impressed in Hamilton's back three as the hosts twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with Partick Thistle at New Douglas Park.
DEF - Brandon Haunstrup (Kilmarnock)
The left-back was a constant threat getting up and down the flank as Killie impressed in Derek McInnes' first game in charge of the Ayrshire club, winning 2-0 at Queen of the South and closing the gap at the top of the table to just two points with a game in hand.
MID - Tony Wallace (Annan Athletic)
Another Team of the Week place for the Annan attacking midfielder, who was our star man last time out following his hat-trick against Kelty Hearts. This time he just bagged the one goal in the 3-1 win over Cowdenbeath in cinch League 2, but he did also record an assist in the victory.
MID - Ross Docherty (Partick Thistle)
Another player from the entertaining match in South Lanarkshire, Docherty was a dynamic presence in the centre of the park as Thistle twice forced themselves ahead of the hosts before ultimately having to settle for a point.
MID - Iain Vigurs (Cove Rangers)
Vigurs was one of the stand-out players from Cove Rangers' 1-0 victory at Clyde and, most importantly, he hit the only goal of the game, and an impressive winner it was. Paul Hartley's side now hold a seven-point advantage at the top of League 1.
MID - Joe Cardle (Kelty Hearts)
Two goals from the veteran winger helped Kelty back to winning ways after the aforementioned humbling at the hands of Annan on Boxing Day as they beat Stirling Albion 3-0 at Forthbank. The leaders hold a seven-point advantage and have two games in hand over Forfar Athletic.
FWD - Gavin Reilly (Morton)
The most stunning result of the cinch weekend came at Cappielow as Morton, under new manager Dougie Imrie, stuck five goals without reply past Dunfermline. There were several candidates for a place in this team, but we've opted for Reilly, who ran himself ragged and netted a goal.
FWD - Anton Dowds (Falkirk)
Falkirk ended a five-game losing streak in spectacular fashion, thumping Dumbarton 6-2 at the Falkirk Stadium and giving Martin Rennie his first win in charge. His side were helped out by the scoring touch of Dowds, who returned from a loan spell at Arbroath to strike a hat-trick which, as you can probably guess, was good enough to get him the star-man award in this team.
FWD - Jordan Allan (Airdrieonians)
A goal and an excellent display leading the line from Allan helped Airdrie to their fourth consecutive win in cinch League 1 as they comfortably defeated bottom-placed East Fife 3-0.