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Albion Rovers Vs Queens Park Tuesday 4th April

With one point separating both teams Rovers will look to take home advantage and move up the league. But with 5 draws in their last five games Queens Park will make it a tight game. Queen’s Park really need to recover from a decline where their last win saw them beat league strugglers Stenhousemuir on the 11th of February. It may not be a true reflection of form as four of their recent draws came against the top four teams in the league, Livingston , Alloa Athletic, Brechin City and East Fife respectively.

Rovers win against East Fife and Draw Saturday verses Alloa Athletic is the first two games in a busy month with Stranraer, Queen’s Park, East Fife, Brechin City still to come.

In an ever changing league its all to play for and we wish everyone at the game a safe journey and an enjoyable night at the Exsel Group Stadium

7.45pm Kick Off Exsel Group Stadium


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Alloa Athletic 1 v 1 Albion Rovers

Rovers continued their good run of form with a superb away point against Alloa Athletic.
Match stats HERE


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Rovers in the Community Disability Football

 

Rovers in the Community Disability Football

Do you like playing football? Making friends and getting fit?

Then come along to our new football session in partnership with TAG (The Advisory Group). The first session will take place at Cliftonhill Stadium on Thursday 20th of April at 2pm.

Contact Neil on 07795120523 or neil.connelly@theadvisorygroup.org.uk for more information.

Rovers in the Community is a registered charity (Charity Number- SC044671)

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Alternatives to Violence

Alternatives to Violence is a programme which is taking place in the Coatbridge locality.
It is being offered FREE to all Coatbridge/Airdrie residents (over 18) this year.

The aim of the programme is to enable people to handle conflict well without using or being the victim of violence.  The programme is delivered using a workshop format, run by trained volunteers who have been through the programme themselves.  The program is designed for individuals who are/were perpetrators of violence, subject to violence or both – and who want to make changes.

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Contact: Claire Delahay – 01236 875054
The AVP workshop will take place over 3 days at Kirkshaws Neighbourhood Centre

Dates: Friday 30th June (6pm – 9pm)
Saturday 1st July (9.30am – 5pm)
Sunday 2nd July (10am – 4pm)

There is no referral process.  All participants attend voluntarily. Further information about the AVP programme can be accessed online atwww.avpbritain.org.uk  or contact operations@avpscotland.org.uk

If you have got any questions there are various methods for you to contact us.

Telephone: 07729 318467 or 01236 438348
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AVPScotland


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Albion Rovers 1 v 0 East Fife

Wallace goal sees the Rovers move away from the bottom of the league, it was good to see a level of confidence back in the team with good performances from notably Ryan Wallace, (GK) Ross Stewart and from Scott McBride who was a late replacement for Ross Davidson who injured a hamstring in the warm up. The 500 plus crowd were well entertained as we entered the final minutes with a great penalty save from in form goal keeper Ross Stewart.

We now move onto Alloa away, then Queens Park at Home, the win takes the pressure off, but its still all to play for in a league that changes weekly.

Rovers move up to 7th place in the table after a superb one nil victory against East Fife. Match Stats HERE

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Congratulations Ross Stewart ! SPFL Team of the week

Congratulation to Rovers’ striker Ross Stewart who made the SPFL team of the week.
Craig Fowler picks his SPFL Team of the Week with Livi striker Danny Mullen singled out for special praise after bagging a double against Airdrieonians. He is this week’s star man!

GK – Sean Brennan (Berwick Rangers)

The Wee Rangers stopper was already in contention for a place in the side after he made two great stops in the first half of his side’s 3-2 at league leaders Forfar. What secures him the spot ahead of equally deserving contenders Sean Murdoch (Dunfermline) and Allan Fleming (Montrose) is his match-winning penalty save. Brennan repelled David Cox’s spot-kick deep into stoppage time to preserve the victory.

DR – Andy Geggan (Dunfermline)

Solid performance from the midfielder who continues to grow in confidence in his new role of right-back. In truth, the entire back four and goalkeeper, as already mentioned, could have found themselves included after the 1-0 win, which saw the Pars wreck Morton’s hopes of going the entire season undefeated.

DC – Daryll Meggat (Ayr United)

The Honest Men picked up a crucial victory this past weekend, bettering Dumbarton by a 2-1 scoreline that moved them level with the visitors and four points clear of bottom place St Mirren. Meggat was a rock at the heart of the defence as goals from Farid El Alagui and Robbie Crawford secured the win.

DC – Michael Bolochoweckyj (Montrose)

Forfar stay on top of the League Two table despite stretching their winless streak to seven games thanks to a surprise 1-0 victory by Montrose at the home of rivals Arbroath. The second place side were frustrated in their attempts to break down the visitors, with Bolochoweckyj in typically robust form.

DL – Lewis Stevenson (Hibernian)

The long-time club servant put in his usual energetic performance down the left-hand side as Hibernian secured a big victory over Falkirk that all but wraps up the Championship title for Neil Lennon’s men.

DM – Marvin Bartley (Hibernian)

We’ve said it before, when it’s a tough, high tempo game against a dangerous opponent, there are few players you want in your side more than Marvin Bartley. The midfielder was once again a colossus in the centre as Hibs defeated Falkirk thanks to a late James Keatings’ goal.

MR – Darren Smith (Stirling Albion)

The midfielder netted twice as Stirling Albion came back to defeat Clyde 3-2 in a thrilling encounter at Broadwood. Having started on the wing, his performances really picked up in the second half when he took up a spot in the middle, notching a double to help continue Stirling’s fine recent run.

ML – Dougie Gair (Edinburgh City)

Two goals from the left-footed midfielder who continually drifted in from the flank to devastating effect against Elgin City. Gair netted the opener and then scored the second from the penalty spot as Edinburgh took a massive step towards survival with the 3-0 win.

AM – Anthony Andreu (Dundee United)

The Frenchman was Dundee United’s star as the Tangerines lifted the Irn-Bru Cup, beating St Mirren 2-1 at Fir Park. In addition to an excellent opening goal, where the midfielder smacked a first-time volley into the far corner from 20 yards, he acted as the fulcrum for United’s passing play.

FC – Ross Stewart (Albion Rovers)

Two goals for the towering striker who continues to impress for the Cliftonhill club, as Darren Young’s side got a much-needed victory over Stenhousemuir. Stewart’s excellent movement allowed him to net the first two goals in the 3-0 win, which moved Rovers five points clear of their hosts in the relegation battle.

FC – Danny Mullen (Livingston)

A tremendous performance from the striker who notched two goals and led from the front as Livingston dispatched Airdrieonians by a 4-2 scoreline that, frankly, flattered the visitors. Livingston jumped 11 points clear at the top and are now almost certain to lift the League One trophy. Mullen, for his display, is this week’s star man.
Read more at http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/team-of-the-week-23/#uLZLeK2mlVeKQWYR.99

Full article here – http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/team-of-the-week-23/


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Albion Rovers Vs East Fife – Exsel Group Stadium 28th March KO 7.45pm

Albion Rovers Take on East Fife

Exsel Group Stadium 28th March KO 7.45pm

After a great win on Saturday Rovers will look to take that confidence into tomorrow game verses East Fife.

Come along to Exsel Group Stadium today and support the Rovers – Tuesday see us take on East Fife tickets reduced to £5 for adults/concessions / kids £2.


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Albion Rovers Vs Stenhousemuir

Rovers Move Up – With Win Verses Stenhousemuir

It was great to get back to winning form on Saturday, with a well deserved 3-0 win and two great goals from Ross Stewart, Substitute McBride adding an opportunist 3rd towards the end of the game. While the game was tight in the first half it was down to Ross Stewart to break the deadlock, the win provides Rovers with a good level of confidence to take into tomorrow nights game verses 4th place East Fife who lost 2-1 away from home to Brechin on Saturday. With Peterhead’s last minute equaliser on Saturday brings the league closer together. With Alloa away Saturday and Queens Park at Home next Tuesday, April will see Rovers play six games in a month.

Match Highlights HERE

It was good to see a great Rovers away support on Saturday and we look forward to another good level of support tomorrow night verses East Fife.

Come and support the Rovers vs East Fife

7.45pm Kick Off Cliftonhill Stadium


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Stenhousemuir 0 v 3 Albion Rovers

Post match interview of both managers now online, thanks to Warriors TV.

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Development Squad on the Move

Development Squad Win 5-2

In what’s turning out to be a remarkable first season for Brian Kerr development squad they took a step closer to 3rd place in the league last night with a 5-2 win over rivals Clyde in a rousing 2nd half performance. After a challenging first half performance the development squad quickly got into gear in the second and right from the start went ahead with a great move and goal from Liam McGuigan, this was shortly follow by his second with a header at the back post to take the Rover 2-0 up.

Half way through the 2nd half a Rovers defensive mistake let Clyde back in with a penalty chance which they converted to make it 2-1, quickly another penalty was conceded and Clyde drew level from the converted penalty take.

While many teams would have folded not this team, in what turned out to be their best period of play the Rovers turned up the pressure and it was Clyde who conceded a penalty, but while looking confident Gallagher failed to convert.

While being slightly upstaged by his fellow striker Liam McGuigan scoring 2 goals it was the time for Ryan McManus to put the game out of Clyde’s reach with 3 goals in 20 minutes, some great football from the striker seen him turn and hit 3 goals from all angles within the box, some great football on the night and the Rovers Development Squad continue their great run.

The win put rovers up to 3rd place 1 point behind Ayr, the also have the advantage of a game in hand and look to increase their winning run against Morton on 7.30 Kick Off Thursday 30th March 2017.

Goal Scorers: Ryan McManus 3 – Liam McGuigan 2