Stenhousemuir: 11 key results from Davie Irons’ first spell

The Warriors announced the return of Davie Irons after the departure of Colin McMenamin, we look back at results which stood out from his first time in charge.

By Craig Turnbull
Thursday, 26th September 2019, 6:01 pm
Pic by Alan Murray; 21/09/2019; Stenhousemuir FC v Brechin City FC; Stenhousemuir; Ochilview, Gladstone Road; Falkirk District; Scotland; 2nd half Davie Irons

What games do you remember?

Having had the game postponed 15 times, Stenny finally disposed of Threave in their third round Scottish Cup replay. New Warriors boss Irons had played for Threave in the first game.
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A huge win for Davie Irons' men in their bid for survival as they beat promotion hopefuls Ayr. Alex Williams scored the clinching goal.
Stenny were hoping to spoil Livingston's title party but they were comfortably beaten by the champions. More worryingly, they fell five points behind eighth-placed Alloa.
Warriors beat Alloa to move within a point of the Wasps with two games left. Defeat to Brechin, despite Mikey Devlin's goal though, and Alloa losing, means it comes down to the final game for survival.
Stenny secure safety on the final day of the season with a 3-0 win over Peterhead as Alloa lose to Livingston. Grant Anderson scored the opener that day for the Warriors.
Davie Irons' men get off to an impressive start to the season and this win over Cowdenbeath sees them remain joint top of the Second Division after three straight wins.
Stenhousemuir striker Andy Rodgers fired in a hat-trick as the Warriors progressed to the fourth round in style. Their Cup adventure was ended by Ross County who beat them 7-0 in the next round.
Stenhousemuir maintained the lofty heights of third place after this 3-0 win over Albion. Rodgers continued his rich vein of scoring form with a late double.
Grant Anderson scored the winner for Stenhousenuir and gave the Warriors a huge boost to their play-off promotion hopes after a bit of a wobble in the second half of the season.
A defeat on the final day of the season to Forfar sees Stenny's promotion hopes fade. They finish fifth their highest finish for 12 years. Two months later Irons resigns citing personal reasons.