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Mar 31, 2015 at 7.45pm UK at Borough Briggs
ElginElgin City
3-3
BerwickBerwick
Gunn (51', 58', 69')
FT(HT: 0-1)
Henderson (37', 75'), Gold (85')

Result: Elgin City, Berwick share points in Scottish League Two thriller

Berwick come from behind to earn a 3-3 draw against Elgin City in Scottish League Two.

Elgin City and Berwick shared the points after a thrilling 3-3 draw in Scottish League Two this evening.

A Craig Gunn hat-trick looked to have secured the points for Elgin but David Gold struck late to add to Blair Henderson's double.

Berwick were the better team in the first half but Paul Willis, Henderson and Ross Gray were unable to hit the target early on.

Shane Sutherland shot over the bar for Elgin before Gunn twice directed the ball past the right post.

Henderson gave Berwick the lead in the 36th minute, scoring from the centre of the penalty area after Kyle Wilkie's assist.

Gunn found his form in the second half, and the veteran striker dragged Elgin back into the match after 51 minutes when his shot found the bottom right corner.

He added a second six minutes later, this time directing the ball into the top right corner from close range.

Gunn completed his hat trick in the 68th minute, poaching another goal from inside the six-yard box, but Henderson pulled a goal back for Berwick with a shot into the bottom left corner.

Berwick's comeback was complete in the 84th minute as Gold hit the back of the net from 12 yards.

The result sees Elgin move to three points behind the playoff places, while Berwick remain in eighth.

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