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  • Date:27 Aug 2013
  • Kick-off:19:45
  • Venue:Palmerston Park
  • Attendance:2,073
  • McKenna (102)
    Paton (114)
  • Thompson (94)
Goal!

Live Commentary

115mins

Michael Paton grabs a goal with a left foot finish. Queen of South 2-1 St Mirren.The assist for the goal came from Calum Antell.

114mins

Jim Goodwin restarts play with the free kick.

113mins

Iain Russell concedes a free kick for a foul on Gary Harkins.

113mins

Jake Caprice has an effort at goal. Calum Antell catches the ball.

111mins

The ball is delivered by Gary Harkins.

105mins

Iain Russell takes the chance to get an effort at goal. David Cornell safely holds on.

105mins

Free kick taken by Christopher Mitchell.

105mins

Foul by Paul McGowan on Stephen McKenna, free kick awarded.

104mins

Gary Teale leaves the field to be replaced by Jake Caprice.

103mins

Stephen McKenna slots the ball right footed into the goal. Queen of South 1-1 St Mirren.The assist for the goal came from Michael Paton.

102mins

Iain Russell takes a shot. David Cornell parries the ball away.

98mins

Christopher Mitchell crosses the ball in from the free kick.

97mins

Iain Russell fouled by Marc McAusland, the ref awards a free kick.

95mins

Steven Thompson scores a headed goal. Queen of South 0-1 St Mirren.Assist on the goal came from Gary Harkins.

95mins

The ball is delivered by Gary Harkins.

94mins

Penalty taken by Paul McGowan is saved by Calum Antell. Queen of South 0-0 St Mirren.

93mins

Steven Thompson fouled by Stephen McKenna, the ref awards a Penalty.

92mins

Corner taken by Gary Teale.

91mins

The ball is swung over by Derek Lyle.

91mins

The referee blows for offside.

90mins

Gary Harkins takes a shot and went wide right of the goal.

90mins

The ball is delivered by Paul McGowan.

86mins

Gavin Reilly is caught offside.

84mins

Paul McGowan takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the left of the target.

83mins

Iain Russell replaces Daniel Carmichael.

81mins

Gary Harkins takes a shot and missed to the left of the goal.

79mins

Mark Durnan restarts play with the free kick.

78mins

Unfair challenge on Christopher Mitchell by Gary Harkins results in a free kick.

78mins

Christopher Mitchell takes a strike on goal from the free kick which goes harmlessly over the bar.

77mins

Foul by Paul McGowan on Stephen McKenna, free kick awarded.

76mins

Paul McGowan joins the action as a substitute, replacing Conor Newton.

75mins

Michael Paton takes the chance to get an effort at goal. David Cornell catches the ball.

74mins

Gary Harkins takes a shot. Calum Antell safely holds on.

69mins

Mark Durnan manages to make a clearance.

69mins

Corner taken by Gary Teale.

68mins

Gary Harkins is ruled offside.

66mins

Shot by Gary Harkins went wide left of the goal.

65mins

Free kick taken by Mark Durnan.

65mins

Gary Harkins is given a yellow card.

65mins

Gary Harkins concedes a free kick for a foul on Derek Young.

61mins

David Cornell takes the free kick.

60mins

Derek Lyle challenges Gary Harkins unfairly and gives away a free kick.

59mins

Derek Lyle takes the chance to get an effort at goal. David Cornell parries the effort to safety.

58mins

Corner from the left by-line taken by Kenny McLean.

57mins

Kenny McLean sends in a cross.

56mins

Header at goal by Marc McAusland misses left of the target.

55mins

Chance falls to Steven Thompson who heads at goal. A parry by Calum Antell prevents the goal.

52mins

Free kick taken by Jim Goodwin.

52mins

Stephen McKenna challenges John McGinn unfairly and gives away a free kick.

50mins

The referee blows for offside against Gary Harkins.

48mins

Gary Teale delivers the ball.

47mins

John McGinn has an effort at goal. Calum Antell parries the ball away.

47mins

Gary Harkins takes the chance to get an effort at goal and hits the post.

47mins

Mark Durnan makes a clearance.

46mins

A cross is delivered by Daniel Carmichael.

46mins

Corner taken by Gary Teale.

44mins

Clearance made by Mark Durnan.

44mins

Corner taken by Gary Teale from the right by-line.

43mins

Michael Paton takes a shot. David Cornell safely holds on.

42mins

David Cornell restarts play with the free kick.

42mins

Daniel Carmichael challenges Danny Grainger unfairly and gives away a free kick.

41mins

Kevin Holt receives a yellow card.

38mins

David Cornell restarts play with the free kick.

38mins

Unfair challenge on David van Zanten by Daniel Carmichael results in a free kick.

37mins

Shot by Mark Durnan went over the crossbar.

36mins

Corner taken by Christopher Mitchell from the left by-line.

36mins

A cross is delivered by Stephen McKenna.

32mins

Kevin Holt manages to make a clearance.

29mins

Steven Thompson fouled by Andrew Dowie, the ref awards a free kick.

29mins

Shot by Michael Paton. David Cornell safely holds on.

28mins

Free kick taken by Christopher Mitchell.

27mins

Foul by John McGinn on Derek Young, free kick awarded.

24mins

Free kick taken by David Cornell.

23mins

Andrew Dowie gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on David van Zanten.

23mins

Shot by Michael Paton. A parry by David Cornell prevents the goal.

21mins

Free kick taken by Derek Young.

20mins

Free kick taken by Calum Antell.

20mins

Steven Thompson concedes a free kick for a foul on Mark Durnan.

18mins

Ryan McGuffie on for Paul Burns.

16mins

Daniel Carmichael takes a shot and missed to the right of the net.

11mins

Free kick taken by Marc McAusland.

11mins

Derek Young concedes a free kick for a foul on John McGinn.

10mins

Free kick taken by Kevin Holt.

9mins

The referee shows David van Zanten a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.

9mins

Daniel Carmichael fouled by David van Zanten, the ref awards a free kick.

6mins

Derek Lyle takes a shot and missed to the right of the net.

4mins

The referee blows for offside against Derek Lyle.

3mins

David Cornell restarts play with the free kick.

3mins

Marc McAusland fouled by Mark Durnan, the ref awards a free kick.

3mins

Corner from the right by-line taken by Christopher Mitchell.

Match Preview

Double worry for Queens Queen of the South are sweating on the fitness of defender Chris Higgins and striker Michael Paton for the visit of Scottish League Cup holders St Mirren to Palmerston Park. The Doonhamers lost for the first time this season when Hamilton beat them 2-0 on Saturday and manager Jim McIntyre has welcomed a quick return to action. McIntyre said: "Facing the holders just a few days after losing is the perfect tonic as everyone is desperate to get going again. "I may need to freshen the side up after a demanding run of games and I will wait to see what options I have before deciding the team." Meanwhile, St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has warned his players their status as holders will make them even more of a target for the home side. The third-tier champions and Ramsdens Cup holders sprang several surprise results last term and Lennon knows St Mirren will have to be at their best to avert a second-round shock at Palmerston. Lennon said: "Winning the cup last season was such a highlight for everyone associated with this club. It was only the fourth time in 134 years that this club has won a national trophy. "The celebrations were great but nobody hands out trophies for free. We know how hard we worked last year to lift that trophy and we need to work hard to have a chance of doing it again. "It's a massive one for us. Everyone wants to knock out the holders of a trophy. Look at last season when the holders, Kilmarnock, were put out by Stenhousemuir. We certainly don't want to suffer a similar fate. "We will not be able to drop our standards for even a second against Queen of the South. We need to put in a top performance." Saints have shipped three goals in each of their two Scottish Premiership away games this season - against Ross County and Inverness - and even more when they played on the new artificial surface at Palmerston before the campaign started. "We played them in pre-season and got beat 4-2," he said. "The positive from that is that we have already got a feeling for their pitch and the surroundings. "We know they have got great quality and they play well as a team. They certainly like cup competitions themselves having beaten Hibs in this competition and won a cup, beating teams like Rangers and Partick Thistle. They will be hungry." Lennon has no new fitness concerns for the clash.

Match Report

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