A GOAL and an assist in Elgin City’s 4-0 win over Stirling Albion on Saturday helped midfielder Brian Cameron celebrate his birthday weekend in style.
Cameron, who turned 22 the following day, was thrilled to bet his first goal of the season to clinch City’s League 2 victory.
But after a recent leaks of goals at the back for the Borough Briggs side, the player insisted the clean sheet at the back was just as vital as the four scored.
"It makes a big difference," he said. "The whole season we’ve created so many chances, we just need to be more ruthless and take them and be more ruthless at the back and not give away any cheap goals, which we’ve done. So hopefully we can build on it."
Shane Sutherland opened the scoring for the Moray men and Craig Gunn struck two goals either side of half time before Cameron completed the scoring near the end.
Cameron also set up Gunn’s first goal with a chance he admitted he could have taken himself.