HAT-TRICK hero Martin Grehan believes his BSC Glasgow team can still win the title.

Saturday's 4-0 win over Gala Fairydean Rovers keeps BSC seven points adrift of leaders East Kilbride with two games in hand.

The 33-year-old striker, who has now scored 17 this season, said: “We can’t afford to slip up, that’s for sure, but we can keep winning before we play East Kilbride.

“We know Spartans have games in hand behind us as well but I think they may slip up and the title is there for the taking.

“We had a good win today and on another day could maybe have scored a few more.”

Robbie Duncan also scored for BSC.

Adam Strachan, Ross McNeill, Bryan Prunty and Declan Hughes were all on target in the second half as East Kilbride left Broadwood with a 4-0 win over Cumbernauld Colts.

Spartans thumped Vale of Leithen 5-0 at Victoria Park to stay in contention.

Guillermo Lamarca’s double was added to by David Greenhill, Jamie Dishington and Adam Corbett.

Manager Dougie Samuel said: “We have the games in hand to catch the teams above us but we need to win them.

“I was pleased with the way we went about our business today and it’s important we have the same approach in every game until the end of the season.”

Selkirk moved back into fifth with a 4-3 victory over Stirling University at Yarrow Park.

Daryl Healy, Reece Donaldson, Ross King and Dale Baxter all scored for John Coughlin’s team.

Kieron Hall, Rory McEwan and Aiden Peden netted for the Students.

Thomas Pardin’s first half strike was enough for Gretna to claim the points against Hawick Royal Albert at Raydale Park.

Civil Service Strollers left Islecroft Stadium with the victory despite playing with 10 men for most of the second half.

Shaun Turnbull picked up a red card but a Stephen Froude double and a Paulo Buzzi strike was enough for a 3-2 victory.

Edinburgh University moved away from the relegation places with a 2-1 win over Whitehill Welfare at Ferguson Park.

Jack Guthrie and Nathan Evans found the net for the Students while Gary Nicholson scored Welfare's consolation.

On Friday evening East Stirlingshire remained in contention with a 3-1 win over Edusport Academy at Galabank.