Penicuik strike late to seal points
BROUGHTY ATHLETIC 0
BO’NESS UNITED 3
Bo’ness retained their place at the top with a comfortable win against their Tayside opponents. Robert Sloan opened the scoring on 17 minutes with a sublime lob and the advantage was doubled when Marty Wright finished from close range. Lee Sibanda missed a couple of chances for Broughty before substitute Darren Cummings sealed the points with an excellent finish on 77 minutes.
Bo’ness: Christie, McGregor, Devine, Campbell, Hunter (Morrison 46), Nimmo (Cummings 55), Walker, Philp, Wright (Donnelly 68), Sloan, Gribben. Subs: Gibb, Moutinho
Broughty Athletic: Ross, Lannan, Brash, McCunnie (Samson 46), Lunan, Cameron, Lawson, Winter, McConnachie (McLellan 61), Mair, Sibanda (Kesson 81). Subs: Sinclair, Ross.
CARNOUSTIE PANMURE 2
PENICUIK ATHLETIC 3
CARNOUSTIE took the lead in the 17th minute when Jamie McCabe took advantage of a Keith Barr slip to score. They doubled their lead ten minutes later when Michael McIlravey slotted home. Penicuik pulled a goal back in the 36th minute through Michael Bruce. Two late goals in the 84th and 86th minutes by Barr and substitute Daryl Devlin to secure all three points for Penicuik.
Carnoustie: MacPherson, Cook, Neath, Millar, Buggins, Roberts, McIlravey, McCabe, Gray, Smith, Scott Subs: Roche, Simpson, McGeehan, Gersok, McCormack.
Penicuik Athletic: Bejaoui, Ross, Cunnison, Bruce, White, Barr, Patterson, Jancyzk, Somerville, Lough Subs: Devlin, McDermott, Montgomery, Gay.
FAULDHOUSE UNITED 0
BONNYRIGG ROSE 4
TWO goals midway through the second half sealed the points for Rose. Apart from a short spell in the second half, the visitors were on top. Dean Hoskins headed in front and added a second from the spot before Wayne McIntosh and Lewis Turner completed the scoring. Alan Lawson and Sam Scott for Fauldhouse and Scott Gray for the Rose were red-carded.
Fauldhouse United: Murphy, Deans, Lawson, K Ross, Scott, Campbell, Stewart, Fallon, Donnelly, B Ross, Miller. Subs: Brown, Watson, Wilkins, McQuillan, Peace.
Bonnyrigg Rose: Andrews, Horne, Nelson, Stewart, Moyes, Hoskins, Gray, Kidd, McGachie, Tobin, McIntosh. Subs: Turner, Thomson, Whitson, Archibald.
MUSSELBURGH ATHLETIC 1
KELTY HEARTS 3
Musselburgh were unlucky not to take the lead on ten minutes when a shot by Scott Gibson came back off the crossbar, but the visitors took the lead when Murray Carstairs scored from close range following a scramble in the box. On the half-hour mark, Musselburgh were awarded a penalty-kick when Sean Jamieson was fouled and Jackie Myles stepped up to convert the spot-kick to level the scores. Five minutes before the break, Kelty went ahead when a corner kick was headed back across goal and Garry Leighton was there to head home. On the hour mark, a ball into the Burgh box was flicked on and Stuart Cargill took a touch before shooting low into the net to put the match well beyond the reach of Musselburgh.
Musselburgh Athletic: Dodds, Hall, Hamilton, Martin, Gibson, Myles, Bracks, Wright, Jamieson, Bruce, Palizcka. Subs: McLeish, Waugh, Jackson.
Kelty Hearts: Allison, Carstairs, Gates, Leighton, T. Courts, C. Courts, Ritchie, Husband, Smith, Cargill, McCabe. Subs: Jacobs, Penman, Currie, O’Reilly, Hughes.
EASTHOUSES LILY 4
Easthouses continued their impressive start to the season with this demolition of Stoneyburn. Goals from Lewis Russell, Alec Elliott and Gary Shearer gave the home side a three-goal cushion at the break. Russell then added his second of the match just after the hour mark as Lily strolled to a comfortable victory in front of their own supporters.
Easthouses Lily: Pennycook, Campbell, Bench, McQueenie, Wilson, Smith, Robertson, McDermott, Elliott, Russell, Shearer. Subs: Arthur, Barry, McManus.
Stoneyburn: Holliday, Gardner, Grant, Gilhooley, Watson, Polland, Kellock, Wilson, Henry, Dawson, Devine. Subs: Wemyss, Little, Trialist
Whitburn’s Gary Brass opened the scoring in the 25th minute but Kenny Fisher equalised in the 43rd. Brass completed his double from the restart and within a couple of minutes of the second half claimed his hat-trick. Goals from Stevie Manson and Sam Millar drew Tranent level, but in the last minutes an own goal at a corner gave Whitburn the three points.
Whitburn: Horne, Hamilton, Moyes, Skinner, Porteous, McGrain, Walton, Adams, Taylor, Brass, Martin. Subs: McMeechan, Brown, Gunn, Wilson.
Tranent: Inglis, Paterson, Wojtowycz, Hawkins, Gordon, Miller, M Smith, D Smith, Fisher, Murray, McMillan. Subs: McGrath, Fairgrieve, Smeaton, Manson, Hunter.