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Bri: Rose challenge is wilting; JUNIORS EAST.

BRIAN FAIRLEY admits his side's indifferent form won't be good enough to deliver title success this season.

The Linlithgow boss was dismayed at being dumped 3-1 by Kelty Hearts and insisted Rose must get their act together soon.

Fairley said:"Every team goes through a sticky patch and this is ours.

"We are not getting the breaks we did earlier in the season and the players need to work harder.

"The league is tight at the top and now we are looking to freshen things up by adding to the squad."

AJohn Martin double and a spot-kick from Tom McGeorge gave Kelty victory with Sean Grady on target for Rose.

Elsewhere in the Super League, Camelon beat Whitburn 3-1 courtesy of a Chris Jeffrey brace and a strike from Blair Batchelor after Scott Murphy had given the visitors the lead.

In the Premier Division, Tony Fraser led the way with a hat-trick as Kinnoull joined the race for promotion with a 4-1 victory at Oakley.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 26, 2009
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