Bo’ness United underlined their credentials as potential East Region Super League champs winning 3-0 at home to St Andrews on Saturday and going top of the league.
Meanwhile leader-less Linlithgow Rose took another step to recovery going to Armadale and coming back with three points after a 2-0 victory.
The Rose committee has been interviewing potential coaching appointments following Mark Bradley’s departure two weeks ago and a decision is expected sooner rather than later.
This Saturday Bo’ness travel to Rutherglen to meet Glencairn whose seven times postponed Scottish Cup tie was resolved on Saturday courtesy of a tense penalty shoot-out which saw them dismiss Girvan.
Linlithgow Rose are at home to Carnoustie Panmure in the Super League.
Full match reports and prospects for next weekend’s games in the Journal and Gazette - out Friday.