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WATCH: Interview with Lossiemouth defender Dean Stewart after scporing a goal for the second weekend running in Lossie's 2-0 win over Keith in the Highland League


By Craig Christie

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ANOTHER week, another Lossiemouth clean sheet and another goal for Coasters defender Dean Stewart.

Lossiemouth defender Dean Stewart. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Lossiemouth defender Dean Stewart. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

Lossie beat Keith 2-0 at Grant Park on Saturday to move above the Maroons in the Highland League table.

Stewart scored after just two minutes and spoke after the match - see interview above - about his delight with a goalscoring contribution for the second Saturday in a row.

The former New Elgin Juniors captain also netted in Lossie's first-ever win at Turriff seven days earlier, another 2-0 success for the Moray side at The Haughs.

He spoke about adapt to life in the Highland League in his debut season and how Lossie have benefited from several former New Elgin players, including himself, stepping up to senior level.

Lossiemouth's James Leslie (centre) keeps possession against Keith pair Tom Andrews (left) and Luke Emmett during Saturday's 2-0 Lossie win.
Lossiemouth's James Leslie (centre) keeps possession against Keith pair Tom Andrews (left) and Luke Emmett during Saturday's 2-0 Lossie win.

Stewart stayed up for an early Lossie corner and put himself in the six yard box to poke home Ryan Stuart's low cross with just 90 seconds on the clock.

The score stayed 1-0 until the 64th minute when a good Lossie move down the right saw Stuart break past his man and cross for Ross Morrison, who skipped inside his marker and rifled a low finish under keeper Craig Reid.


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