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IN PICTURES: Junior Bairns have a ball!

There were smiles all round the Falkirk Stadium on Sunday for this year’s Junior Bairns open day.

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Mark McGuigan got Stenhousemuir's goal but then conceded a penalty

Annan 1 Stenhousemuir 1: Warriors held after early strike

Stenhousemuir extended their unbeaten run but had to settle for a point from their trip to Annan.

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Falkirk are still without a win. Picture Michael Gillen.

Falkirk 0 Dundee United 0: Messy point gained

Falkirk are still waiting for that first league win of the season and moved a point clear of the bottom spot in the SPFL Championship with this draw.

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Boss Ferguson was delighted to win a scrappy affair with Cowdenbeath.

Stenhousemuir boss happy to have selection poser

Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson has a happy dilemma to ponder as his side head for Annan on Saturday.

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Peter Houston believes Falkirk have the squad talents to turn the season around.

Houston has no fears, just belief in his Falkirk squad

Peter Houston does not fear the sack as Falkirk manager and has the belief the squad at his disposal can turn the season around.

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Tom Taiwo is a doubt for Dundee United. Picture Michael Gillen.

Injuries continue to affect Bairns build-up

Tom Taiwo is the latest Falkirk player to be struck down by injury.

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Stenhousemuir have made a new appointment

Thomson takes over Ochilview girls sides as part of Warriors in the Community

Andrew Thomson will head up the Girls Programme at Stenhousemuir Football Club.

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Stenhousemuir's Harry Paton takes on Cowdenbeath's Fraser Mullen

Stenhousemuir 1 Cowdenbeath 0: Warriors up to third

Stenhousemuir extended their unbeaten run to four matches and moved into third place with a 1-0 win over Cowdenbeath at Ochilview.

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Midfielder Harris stroked the Bairns ahead in the first half. Picture Michael Gillen.

Brechin 1 Falkirk 1: League woes continue

Falkirk may have made progress in the cup last week but they have been pegged back in the league again.
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James McDonaugh and Peter Houston are trying to iron out Falkirk's issues to improve performances and results. Picture Michael Gillen

Delayed reaction to defensive drills, but Falkirk seek to improve

James McDonaugh was pleased to see Falkirk’s defence look much-improved in Ireland at the weekend.

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Shire boss seeks professional attitude to match club schedule

No-one’s ever likely to think of East Stirlingshire as ‘living the dream ‘ but John Sludden’s Lowland League squad certainly have a fixture schedule that has a Premier League feel to it.

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Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson

Stenhousemuir out to keep unbeaten run going

It’s back to business for Stenhousemuir on Saturday when they entertain Cowdenbeath looking to extend an unbeaten three-match run in League 2.

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Craig Campbell

It’s good to talk – and Bairns chief has it down to a tea!

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Alan Maybury, James McDonaugh and Peter Houston will put their heads together to string some results together ahead of the Pars clash next month. Picture Michael Gillen.

Bairns focus is on month of league matches

Falkirk’s reward for defeating Sligo Rovers on the rain-lashed Irish coast is a home tie with near neighbours Dunfermline Athletic.

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Chris Mitchell (number 16) in action for Clyde against Livingston.

Night at the Races boosts foundation in memory of Chris Mitchell

A charity night in aid of a foundation set up in memory of former Clyde and Falkirk player Chris Mitchell has raised more than £6,500.

Peter Houston applauds the fans. All pics by Michael Gillen.

Hospitality from Houston if it’s a home draw

Peter Houston has hailed the Falkirk travelling support in Sligo - and hopes to offer a similar hospitality to sides in the third round of the cup whether they be Scottish, Welsh or Northern Irish.

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falkirk celebrate Nathan Austin's strike to open scoring in Sligo. Picture Michael Gillen (The Falkirk Herald)

Sligo Rovers 1 Falkirk 2 : Irish eyes smile on Bairns

It was a long way to go for a win, but Falkirk will take it after a month of waiting.

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Peter Houston knows he's under pressure to get results now, and this season. Picture Michael Gillen.

HOUSTY: ‘I’ll Quit if I can’t get us up’

Peter Houston will quit Falkirk – if he fails in his bid to restore the Bairns to the Ladbrokes SPFL Premiership this season.

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Paul Sludden (centre) scored at the weekend. Picture Michael Gillen.

Weekend friendly in focus for Shire boss Sludden

There will be no rest this week for East Stirlingshire players despite the fact that the team has no game. Shire’s planned Lowland League encounter with Spartans, set for Ochilview on Saturday, is a casualty of the SPFL decision last week to expel Albion Rovers from the IRN-BRU Cup.

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