Brian Graham's injury time strike earns the Jags a vital point.
Brian Graham heads home an injury time equaliser for Thistle against Dunfermline Athletic at Firhill.
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We spoke to the manager after yesterday's draw.
A very frustrating game to watch today. Not having Nisbet was clearly a big miss but, even after factoring that in, it just simply wasn't up to scratch today.
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The Dunfermline Reign are a Scottish basketball club based in the town of Dunfermline, Scotland.
Brechin City Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the town of Brechin in Angus. The club was founded in 1906 by players and officials of two local clubs, Brechin Harp and Brechin Hearts.
Dunfermline Athletic Football Club is a Scottish football club based in Dunfermline, Fife. Founded in 1885, the club currently play in the Scottish Championship, being promoted in 2015–16 after being relegated from the Scottish Football League First Division in the 2012–13 season.
Brechin is a town and former Royal burgh in Angus, Scotland. Traditionally Brechin was described as a city because of its cathedral and its status as the seat of a pre-Reformation Roman Catholic diocese (which continues today as an episcopal seat of the Scottish Episcopal Church), but that status has not been officially recognised in the modern era.
Brechin Castle is a castle in Brechin, Angus, Scotland. The castle was constructed in stone during the 13th century.
Brechin is a station in Angus, on the Caledonian Railway line.
Brechin High School is a non-denominational secondary school in Brechin, Angus, Scotland.
Brechin Cathedral dates from the 13th century. As a congregation of the Church of Scotland, which is Presbyterian, the church is not technically a cathedral, in spite of its name.
Brechin in Forfarshire was a burgh constituency that elected one commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland and to the Convention of Estates. After the Acts of Union 1707, Brechin, Aberdeen, Arbroath, Inverbervie and Montrose formed the Aberdeen district of burghs, returning one member between them to the House of Commons of Great Britain.