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Stenhousemuir 0 Berwick Rangers 3.

Berwick boss Paul Smith was cock-a-hoop after watching his side demolish Stenhousemuir.

"Let's face it, you can't ask for more than to score three goals away from home and take maximum points. It was a great result and a great all-round performance," said the Borderers' manager, pointing out that his side only managed to take two points from four meetings with Stenby last season.

Stenhousemuir thought they had a legitimate penalty claim early on when Neil Bennett appeared to pull Martin Laughlin in the box, but the referee ruled the player had dived and produced a yellow card instead.

Gareth Hutchison headed Berwick ahead two minutes from the interval after meeting a perfect cross from David Murie and Rangers stepped up the tempo after the break, scoring a killer quickfire double to clinch the points, Gary McCutcheon slotting home from the edge of the penalty area and, three minutes later, Hutchison bagging his second headed goal.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Sep 22, 2003
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