Juniors round-up: Penicuik pummel Panmure

Keith Lough bagged a brace for Penicuik
Keith Lough bagged a brace for Penicuik
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Lough at the double in 5-1 win


Carnoustie Panmure 1

Penicuik Athletic 5

A breathtaking five-minute spell saw Penicuik race into a 3-1 lead, Keith Lough’s curling effort opening the scoring on 14 minutes before he added his second a minute later. Ryan McCallum then made it 3-0 on 17 minutes with Pat Smith pulling one back for the Gowfers within a minute. Craig Hume then scored his first Penicuik goal from distance on 34 minutes. Wayne Sproule made it 5-1 two minutes later. A more subdued second half produced no goals.

Carnoustie: Robbie, McGeehan, Gibb, Harwood (Roche), Buggins, Gray, Smith, Scott, McCabe, Urquhart (Cook), Simpson.

Penicuik: Bald, Forbes, Noble, Hume (Pyda), Young, Inglis, Sproule (K Scott), Barr, McCallum, Lough (S Scott), Montgomery.

Fauldhouse United 4

Newtongrange Star 2

Fauldhouse got off to the perfect start with a goal from Scott Sally after only 90 seconds. Jordan Cropley levelled the scores in the 18th minute but Kyle Richford edged Fauldhouse ahead again on the half-hour with Declan Bryne increasing the margin before the break. A second goal for Bryne just after the restart put the home side further ahead. Cropley reduced the deficit after 80 minutes. Fauldhouse keeper Jonathan Grier saved a last-minute Cropley penalty.

Fauldhouse United: Grier, Watson, Fallon, Devlin, Wilson, J Martin, M Martin (Gilchrist 85), Black, Bryne (Ward 85), Richford (Coogans 66), Sally. Subs: Bonnes, McSherry.

Newtongrange Star: Dodds, Bracks, Lally, Hamilton, Swaney, Wright (Morris 66), Currie, Bonnar, Flynn (Sinclair 57), Douglas (Lander 63), Cropley. Subs: Paliczka, Jackson.


Bathgate Thistle 6

Haddington Athletic 1

Both teams had just one league win going into this game, but Bathgate cruised to victory. Reece Boyle put them in front on 13 minutes then, just two minutes before the break, Hassan Nyang doubled their lead with a low angled drive from the right just outside the box. Hi Hi’s keeper Sinclair Inglis was injured four minutes after the restart, just as Bathgate went three up with a scrambled effort from Darren MacIsaac, and replacement Liam Amos conceded the fourth just before the hour, Robbie Feeney the scorer. Haddington’s Dean Woods claimed the best goal of the game minutes later but it was of little consolation as Feeney and substitute Liam Healy scored for the hosts.

Bathgate: Watson, MacDonald, Clark, Bonnar, MacIsaac, Taylor, Griffin, Nyang, Feeney, Dalrymple, Boyle. Subs: Minnock, Harris, McIntosh, Healy, Kelly.

Haddington: Inglis, Bauld, Morgan, Kidd, Ingram, Chapman, Berry, Cairney, Woods, Moffat, Robertson. Subs: Jones, Wright, McGrath, Wojtowycz, Amos (SG).

Tayport 2

Dalkeith Thistle 1

Tayport won thanks to a double from Allan Tulleth with a goal either side of half time. He opened the scoring midway through the first half knocking the ball home at the back post. Tyron McLean equalised with a terrific strike to take the teams in level at the break. Tulleth scored the winner, though, with ten minutes to go.

Tayport: Sorley, Walton, Sturrock, Ovenstone Conway, Sanchez, Alvares, Connolly, Tulleth, Reid, Ross. Subs: McDowell, Paterson.

Dalkeith: McQueen, Murray, Robertson, McQueenie, McNeil, Whitson, Devlin, Hunter, Wales, McLean, Muir. Subs: White, Watson.