Broxburn remain unbeaten; Mussy hit five; Tranent make statement
Bo’ness United 2
Carnoustie Panmure 1
BO’NESS missed two great opportunities to go ahead when Stuart Hunter and Darren Cummings headed behind from close range and it was the visitors who broke the deadlock when Scott Gray capitalised on some sloppy defending to finish well. The equaliser came from substitute Don Morrison, who headed home from a corner. The winner came in injury time when substitute Robert Sloan crossed for Ross Campbell and the centre back fired home from 12 yards.
Bo’ness United: Christie, Donnelly, Devine, Campbell, Hunter (Morrison 65), Nimmo, Walker, Gemmell (Sloan 74), Cummings, Philp, Gribben (Moutinho 54). Subs: Downie & Kiczynski.
Carnoustie Panmure: MacPherson, Cook, MacDonald, Roche, Buggins (Gersok 70), Roberts, Simpson (McIlravey 63), Black, McCabe, Gray (Smith 76), Scott. Sub: Cormack.
Hill of Beath Hawthorn 1
Broxburn Athletic 2
Broxburn won this match with two early goals, the first after three minutes when Keast squared the ball from the right across the 18-yard box to Kieron Anderson, who picked his spot from 18 yards. The second came from a well worked corner when a ball out to Anderson was fired in the keeper could only parrie the ball and Alexander Miller was first to react and score his side’s second. Hill of Beath got back in the game when a free-kick played into the box from the right was not dealt with by the visitors’ defence and the ball was headed back across the six-yard box line for Aaron Hay to put it past King. Broxburn were very comfortable and ran out worthy winners to keep their unbeaten record still intact.
Hill of Beath: Hall, Fleming, I Millar (Breen 75), Connors, Leishman, Moffat, Adamson, McCrindle, Hay (C Smith 72), McKenzie, G Smith (Bryce 76). Subs: Mooney.
Broxburn Ath: King, Locke, Young, Blaikie, Rarity, Scott (Smith 82), Lochrie (Donaldson 54), J Miller, A Miller, Keast (Auriemma 88) Anderson. Subs: Cormack, M Millar.
Musselburgh Athletic 5
Back-to-back wins for the Mussy puts them back in the mix. Sean Jamieson fired a quick double before Jed Davie scored a free-kick just before the break. Sauchie pulled a goal back through Brian Morgan but Sean Conaghan restored the Mussy’s three-goal lead before Sean Paliczka hit a fifth. Mussy had Tuffail sent off.
Sauchie: Harkins, McTaggart, Boyle, Tapping, McCulloch, Morgan, Dolan, Morrison, Kelly, Miller, Syme. Subs: Bonnes, Brown, Currie, McAdam, Allen.
Musselburgh: Trialist, McLeish, Christie, Hamilton, Tuffail, Paliczka, Bracks, Davie, Conaghan, Thomson, Jamieson. Subs: McDonald, Gibson, Bruce, Martin.
St Andrews Utd 3
Newtongrange Star 0
A SECOND-HALF collapse saw Nitten lose their second game on the bounce. They lost three goals in a 20 minute spell at the start of the second half. The Fifers’ goals came from Ricky Patrick, Lea Schiavone and Sam Buchan. Nitten hit the woodwork twice in the latter stages.
St Andrews: Bruce, McMullen, Dobie, McInnes, Wedderburn, Patrick, Deane, Buchan, Schiavone, McManus, Whitehead. Subs: Holden, Mackie, Sturrock.
Newtongrange: Renton, McManus, Noble, Tolmie, Tulloch, Currie, Somerville, Cherrie, M King, Thomson, Motion. Subs: C King, Cropley, Wilson, Murray, McQueen.
Dalkeith Thistle 3
Kennoway Star Hearts 3
the visitors struck after six minutes through Ian Boylan. Paul Tansey equalised ten minutes later with a superb 30-yard strike. Just after the re-start Keiron Band converted a penalty to put the Fifers ahead. Midway through the second-half the visitors had Nathan Doig red-carded. Going into the last 10 minutes Hearts were down to nine when Gavin Gray was sent off only for Dalkeith’s Matt Hunter to follow suit. Tansey levelled before Darren Flynn put Dalkeith in front. In added-on time, Ally Gray scored to earn Hearts a point.
Dalkeith Thistle: Hay, J.Hunter, Moriarty, Kidd, Liddle (Robertson 83), Gavin, McNaughton (Flynn 63), M.Hunter, Tansey, Matt Hunter, Waters (Ralton 63). Subs: Main, Stewart.
Kennoway Star Hearts: Patterson, Lee, A.Gray, Bremner (Brewster 37), Doig, Boylan, Craig, C.Gray (Lormie 83), Band (Young 83), G.Gray, B,Gray. Subs: Byers, Wilson.
Easthouses Lily 1
Tranent went ahead in the first minute through a Hamish Hunter effort and doubled their lead in the 20th when Jay Paterson scored. Easthouses got a goal back just after the hour-mark through Lewis Russell.
Easthouses: Hay, Campbell, Wilson, McQueenie, Tainsh, Young, Smith, McDermott, M Brown, C Brown, Russell. Subs: Robertson, Shearer, McManus, Celinger, Hunter.
Tranent: Inglis, Paterson, Woitovich, Gordon, Smeaton, Hunter, Smith, Miller, Manson, Murray, McMillan. Subs: Fisher, McKenzie, Smith, McGrath, Hawkins.