Penicuik Athletic top the Super League ahead of their visit next week as they drew with Bonnyrigg Rose at Penicuik Park
The top two shared the points from a 2-2 draw. Bonnyrigg took the lead through Sean Jamieson after his shot went in off a defenders head on 19 minutes but the league leaders were level at the break after Sam Jones scored an equaliser on 43 minutes. Jack Hamilton rifled Penicuik in front on the hour but Penicuik were denied all three points when Neil Martyniuk scored from the spot with three minutes remaining
Bo’ness Utd continued there poor start to the season with a 2-1 defeat at home to neighbours Linlithgow Rose. Roddy MacLennan put Linlithgow in front against his former side. United levelled just before the break through Chris Donnelly but the winner for the visitors came on the hour mark from Owen Ronald
Broughty Athletic, who have been without a permanent manager since before the start of the season, went down 2-1 at home to Camelon. The Fed took the lead after just five minutes through Garry Kenneth but Camelon levelled things up midway through the first half. The visitors took the lead in controversial circumstances when a Kane Lockie effort was adjudged to have been caught behind the line by Iain Ross. Broughty’s chances of a comeback were limited further when Kieran McWalter was sent off with 13 minutes left.
Broxburn Athletic’s up and down season continued as there makeshift side beat Hill Of Beath 3-1 at Albyn Park. Darren Gribben, Gordon Donaldson and Zander Miller were on target for the home side while Lewis Elder scored the Haws consolation.
Lewis Mackie scored the only goal of the game in the first half for Jeanfield Swifts as they won 1-0 at Forfar West End. The result sees West End drop to the bottom of the Super League table after Kennoway took a point from their game with ourselves.
Lochee United continued their impressive start to the season as they won 3-1 at home to Dundonald Bluebell. The visitors took an early lead after just seven minutes but United were level ten minutes later when Bryan Deasley continued his rich vein of form in front of goal with the equaliser. Six minutes later Deasley was on target once again to put George Shields side in front. Two minutes after half time Conor Birse made sure there was no way back for the Fife side when he made it 3-1
Newtongrange Star shared the goals and the points with Sauchie as the sides drew 2-2 at New Victoria Park. Star took the lead after just 3 minutes through a John O’Hara penalty and Ryan Porteous doubled the advantage on 32 minutes after great work by Kyle Lander. The visitors stormed back with two goals from Conor Kelly to take a point.