Adams and Clarkson were restored to their normal starting positions and Uncle Phil made his second consecutive start.
Burns kicked off facing the South Stand end but he would see little of the Hearts goal for the following half hour or so. The Tarts pinned us back right from the off and
Just before the half hour our defence crumbled. There seemed to be little threat as a cross came from the right but it bounced high ten yards out and
Few in the home stands gave the ‘Well much chance following that goal. The opposition had a much bigger physical presence and it seemed that their hight advantage at either end of the park would be our undoing. We looked tired and were finding it difficult to make any opportunities in enemy territory.
By the half time whistle our only attempt on goal was a Corrigan blast from thirty five yards. Unfortunately the ball took a bauble just before he struck and it sliced out of the park for a throw in!
Burns and Craig swapped positions at the break and it was clear that words had been spoken in the dressing room. Suddenly we were pressing them and harrying when out of possession then charging upfield when the opportunity arose.
On the hour Craig sent a cross come chip into the six yard box and to everyone’s amazement Clarkson found himself unmarked. He took the header well and we were level.
Both teams determined that the game was still to be won and the play raged from one end to the other. Despite the energetic nature of the game there were no yellow cards shown.
A very valuable point was gained and the lads now have a ten day break before the trip to