EAST Kilbride couldn't mark trophy day at K Park with a victory after going down 2-1 to nearest rivals BSC Glasgow.

A Chris Humphrey strike had given the champions the lead but Jamie McCormack and Jamie Mills both netted in the closing stages to snatch victory.

BSC boss Stephen Swift said: "Full credit to my players for never giving up.

"We showed that we are capable of beating the best team in the league today."

Edinburgh University recorded their biggest ever win in the Lowland League with a 6-0 hammering of Vale of Leithen.

After a goalless first half Greg Swan grabbed a hat-trick with Aiden Kemp, Max Condie and Santeri Kulvalainen also netting at Victoria Park.

Vale keeper Mark Wilson was replaced at the start of the second half by manager Chris Anderson due to injury.

Blair Atkinson salvaged a point for Spartans at Falkirk Stadium after Andy Rodgers had edged hosts East Stirlingshire in front from the penalty spot.

Irish teenager Ruari Paton grabbed a late winner for Gala Fairydean Rovers against Dalbeattie Star.

The on-loan Hibernian striker had added to Pat Scullion’s opener before Lewis Todd and Corey Thomson replied for Star during the 3-2 victory.

Paton said: “We’ve not been at our best lately and we needed that win.

“It would have been easy for our heads to go down after giving up a two-goal lead but we kept going and got what we deserved.”

A Craig Holmes double helped Cumbernauld Colts return to winning ways.

Sean Brown also scored in the 3-0 victory over Civil Service Strollers at Broadwood.

Matthew Flynn scored both of Edusport Academy’s goals as they left Ferguson Park with a 2-0 win over relegated Whitehill Welfare.

Kevin Connelly and Dean Baird were on target for Gretna as they beat Stirling University 2-1 at Forthbank.