Ace Mike is left so surprised.STRANRAER 1 FORFAR 0 MICHAEL MOORE Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism. sealed Stranraer's first win at Stair Park Stair Park is home to Scottish Third Division side, Stranraer F.C.. It is located in London Road in Stranraer. It has a capacity of 5,600 and 1,800 is made of seated covering. The ground was opened in 1907. The pitch size is 110 yards x 70 yards. since August and admitted it was a surprise to score with his left foot.
The Blues striker hit the only goal in 67 minutes with a thunderbolt and said:"It was a very good strike.
"It was a bit different with my left foot as well, usually it is my right or my head, so it was good to get the goal but obviously after last week's result the win was the most important thing."
Moore found time and space on the edge of the Forfar box and turned to drill a left foot shot into the top corner.
The goal sparked the visitors into life and Ross Campbell Ross Campbell (born 3 July 1987) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays for Hibernian in the Scottish Premier League.
Campbell who is one of the new crop of youngsters to come through the ranks at Easter Road recently made the breakthrough into the first team at the found space in the box but fired over the bar deep into time added on.
Forfar boss Dick Campbell Richard "Dick" Campbell (born 1953 in Dunfermline) is the former manager of Ross County, a former Scottish football player and former manager of Partick Thistle Football Club. He has also previously managed Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline Athletic and Brechin City. said:"I thought Stranraer were excellent and were well worth their victory."