Craig Dorrat and Adam McNamee were both on target in out two-nil friendly win away to Spartans.

craigdorratHaving netted the opener, Dorrat was impressed with the display his side produced.

“For the first friendly I thought we played pretty well and played with a bit of sharpness. We passed the ball pretty well and the artificial surface was good but the team worked pretty hard overall and deserved the win. We knew what we were up against with Spartans getting a win Brechin a couple of days earlier so we knew it wouldn’t be easy.

Having been deployed in a wide attacking role, Dorrat admitted the change of system got the best out of the attacking players.

“We worked hard and the system we played produced chances for us and we got plenty of space down the wings and that helped us get the two goals. We’ve a lot of options up front and Dean Donaldson played well and showed his experience linking up in the last third.”

adammcnameeFellow wide player Adam McNamee was pleased to get on the scoresheet against a tricky opposition.

“It was a good game for us and we played well against a good team in Spartans. We’ve changed the system about since we came back so we’ll have to see how we do going into the new season and it produced a number of chances scoring a couple of good goals.

I was pleased with my own goal, it was a good passing move and I’m hopeful I can build on that.

We’ve competition for places now and to come to Spartans and get a win with several boys missing it shows we’ve a good depth of squad.”

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