The problems continue for Alan McGonigal’s Bo’ness United after the latest round of Super League fixtures. United’s 1-0 defeat against Dundonald Bluebell at Newtown Park sees Bo’ness drop back in to the bottom three and while nobody is mentioning relegation just yet, that is seven defeats from nine games. The only goal of the game came from Greg Meikle after 37 minutes as Bluebell climbed back to fourth place.
Penicuik Athletic manager Johnny Harvey was left wondering if the goal would ever come at home to Forfar West End as his side created chance after chance but failed to put the ball home. he needn’t have worried as Lumbert Kateleza was on hand to secure the win and the pints late on.
Linlithgow Rose continued their resurgence under Mark Bradley as goals from Tommy Coyne and Owen Ronald were enough to beat Kennoway at Treaton Park despite a late consolation from Matthew Gay.
Lochee we also guilty of spurning chances to score and in the end paid the price as they went down 1-0 at New Victoria Park. Kyle Lander put Newtongrange Star in front on five minutes and despite being second best to the visitors for the majority of the game, held on to take a vital three points.
Broughty Athletic threw away a two goal lead at home to Broxburn Athletic and had to settle for a point as the sides drew 2-2. Chris Liversedge and Stuart McConnachie had put Jim Finlayson’s side in front but the visitors hot back through Kieran Anderson and a Jack Beasley penalty to take a deserved point
Camelon took all three points from their game at home to Jeanfield Swifts. Jordan Herron put Gordon Herds side in front after 10 minutes and Andy Hay scored the second. Jeanfield pulled a goal back late on.
In the final game Sauchie recorded their second victory with a 2-0 win at home to Hill of Beath