Juniors Round-up: Bo’ness go top

Jack Simpson put Bo'ness ahead
Jack Simpson put Bo'ness ahead
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SUPER LEAGUE

Hill of Beath Hawthorn 1

Bo’ness United 3

Bo’ness went top of the Super League with this victory in Fife. Jack Simpson put the BUs ahead in the opening minute, but Calum Adamson equalised after some poor defending. Robert Sloan stabbed home on 78 minutes and Ross Philp sealed the points with a late penalty after Rikki Dair had been ordered off.

Hill of Beath: Hall, McCulloch, Conners, Wilson, Dair, Moffat, Adamson, Leishman, Bryce (C Smith 74), McKenzie (Grierson 79), G Smith. Not used: McCrindle, Renton.

Bo’ness: S Christie, Donnelly, Devine, Campbell, Hunter (Gibb 59), Gemmell, Simpson, Philp, Keast (Walker 79), Sloan, McAteer (Wright 56). Not used: C Christie, Morrison

Tayport 2

Broxburn Athletic 0

Broxburn will be cursing Tayport goalkeeper Gavin Sorley after his fine saves kept them out. At the other end, a 20th-minute penalty from Dale Reid and a free-kick from Alan Tuleth on 81 minutes condemned Athletic to defeat in a game they merited more from.

Tayport: Sorley, Robertson, Ovenstone, Anderson, Ogg, Finlay (Adam 82), Rollo, Reid, Elvin, Tulleth, Cavanagh. Subs: Cargill, Christie, Fleming, Rennie.

Broxburn Ath: Maley, Manson, Young, Willems, Rarity, Scott, Longridge, Nimmo, Richards, Dalrymple, Anderson. Subs: M Millar, Purves, King.

DJ LAING EAST OF SCOTLAND CUP

Camelon 4

Penicuik Athletic 1

Camelon opened the scoring in the 22nd minute through David Grant and doubled their lead 13 minutes later when Scott Taylor scored. Penicuik got back in the game when Ryan McCallum netted from the spot in the 54th minute. However, substitute Derek Ure restored the home side’s two goal lead before David Grant added a fourth late on.

Camelon: Kane, Bell, Devlin, Benton, Fotheringham, Kelly, Taylor, Flynn, Grant, Allison subs: D Ure, Allison, Scott, I Ure

Penicuik: Bejaoui, Devlin, Blaikie, White, McDermott, Jancyzk, Barr, Thomson, McCallum, Somerville, Lough Subs: Fraser, Patterson, Gay

Linlithgow Rose 7

St Andrews 2

Linlithgow probably should’ve hit double figures in this one-sided match, but seven goals were more than adequate. Blair Batchelor and Tommy Coyne both netted doubles, while Ruari MacLennan, Colin Strickland and Kevin Kelbie also scored.

Linlithgow Rose: McKinven, Thom, Baptie, McKenzie, Leiper, Ruari MacLennan (McGregor 65), Batchelor, Shirra, Strickland, Coyne, Kelbie. Subs: Jones, Tyrrell, Weir, Adams.

St Andrews: Clarkson, McMullen, Whitehead, McInnes, Brand, Wedderburn, Sibanda, Mackie, Rolland, Cunningham, Sturrock (Deane 45). Subs: Murdoch, Buchan, Dobie, Wilson.

Downfield 1

Bonnyrigg Rose 2

WAYNE McINTOSH was Rose’s hero again, netting the winner in stoppage-time. Downfield had led through a Gary Archibald 30-yarder. Adam Nelson equalised on 81 minutes before McIntosh struck the winner.

Downfield: Stewart, Riley, Small, Ballantyne, Neave, Archibald, McCartney, Timmons, Milne, Robertson, Rigdon.

Bonnyrigg: Andrews, Archibald, Drummond, Horne, Young, Donaldson, Turner, Kidd, McGachey, Nelson, Gray. Subs: Stewart, McIntosh,, Brown.

SOUTH DIVISION

Dunbar 2

Tranent 2

Tranent sealed promotion to the Premier Division with this 2-2 draw. Kenny McMillan scored a double for them and they host Whitburn next week in a potential title decider.