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Ray: That win was runderful; EAST JUNIORS.

RAY McKINNON insists he'll keep faith with a Lochee side which has struggled to live up to their champions tag.

The boss saw United beat Camelon 1-0 thanks to Paul Blackwood's strike and believes the result could be a turning point for the rest of the campaign.

He said: "We ran away with the title last season but we haven't got into a winning run this time.

"I don't like making excuses but playing in the Scottish Cup took our focus away from the league.

"But everyone is capable of beating each other and I'm still confident we can mount a challenge."

An own goal on his debut by Craig McEwan sealed Linlithgow's fate as they went down 1-0 to Glenrothes.

Tom McGeorge, with a brace, and Conrad Courts were on target as Kelty beat Bonnyrigg 3-0 to go top.

Scott Brown netted two penalties for Bo'ness as they drew 2-2 at Forfar West End.Darren Bonella and Stewart McConnachie hit the home side's goals.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Feb 2, 2009
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