Moray welfare latest: Cullen end RAF Lossiemouth's perfect record in eight-goal thriller
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CULLEN and RAF Lossiemouth endured a rollercoaster ride in their latest Moray welfare league match.
Lossie, who had won their opening two matches, were heading for a third when they overturned a 3-1 deficit at Logie Park to lead 4-3.
However Cullen came up with the final goal of a thrilling contest from the penalty spot.
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It was the airmen who scored first, Henry Jordan firing in from close range after a neat lay-off.
The home side's response was impressive, with striker Kieran Ferguson making a telling impact.
Ferguson rose above the Lossie keeper to head in an equaliser, and the same player made the highest leap to a Marcus Flett to nod Cullen ahead.
He completed his hat-trick before the break, with Iain Mair winning the ball and sending the striker through on goal. Ferguson showed good control to get his first shot away, but managed to latch on the rebound off the goalkeeper to slot the ball into the net.
RAF Lossie had it all to do in the second half but they halved Cullen's lead from an Aiden Redmile penalty.
The game was turned on its head when Henry Fairweather netted for the visitors to make it 3-3, then Logan Buick fired Lossie in front.
But Cullen were awarded a penalty of their own and Scott Mair made his third successful spot conversion of the season to ensure the points were shared.