Forfar Athletic 2-2 Stirling Albion

Scottish Football League

Bottom side Stirling Albion scored twice in the final 11 minutes to rescue a point away to relegation rivals Forfar Athletic in Division Two.

The hosts went ahead when teenage striker Bradley Coyne drilled the ball into the bottom corner in the 20th minute - his first goal for the club.

Coyne was on target again on the hour mark when he supplied the finishing touch to Dale Hilson's cross from close range.

Forfar appeared to be heading for their third win in a row, but the visitors pulled a goal back in the 79th minute when substitute Daly McSorley swept in Scott Davidson's cross.

And Stirling ensured they remain only two points behind their opponents after Davidson popped up to curl in an 88th-minute equaliser.

Forfar: McCallum, Ross, Bolocheweckyj, Shaughnessy, McCulloch, Ross Campbell (Motion 80), Hegarty (Byers 61), Low, Hilson, Templeman, Coyne. Subs Not Used: Paterson, Wilson, Tulloch.

Booked: Hegarty.

Goals: Coyne 21,60.

Stirling: Reidford, Fagan (McSorley 67), Thom, Dillon, Jacobs, Smith (Flood 71), Ferry, McCulloch, Cook (Bonar 71), McLeish, Davidson. Subs Not Used: Cleland, Allison.

Booked: Dillon.

Goals: McSorley 79, Davidson 88.

Att: 361

Ref: John McKendrick

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