THE SHFLtv cameras witnessed four goals, two missed penalties and a red card in a tasty Moray derby at Lossiemouth on Saturday.
Keith ended a six-game losing streak by beating hosts Lossie 3-1 in a lively game (see highlights below).
Sean Keith had a first half penalty saved by Coasters’ keeper Errol Watson, before team-mate Craig MacAskill opened the scoring on the stroke of half time.
Darren Bailey headed Lossie level midway through the second half before a defensive error allowed Matty McDonald to restore Keith’s advantage.
Lossiemouth’s misery was completed when centre back Grant Mitchell was sent off for conceding a penalty, which Murray McCulloch converted.
There was still time for the home side to miss a penalty of their own through youngster Ryan Farquhar.
Coasters’ boss Stevie Dunn admitted: "The players know they let themselves down.
"We were probably favourites to win the game and the boys are maybe not used to that, so I don’t think they handled it well."
To make matters worse, Lossie have four key players missing from their team as they visit high flying Inverurie Locos this weekend.
See the Northern Scot print edition for more reaction to last week’s Moray derby from both camps.