BONNYRIGG Rose stretched their lead at the top of the table with a 3-0 win over struggling Dalbeattie.

George Hunter, Ewen Moyes and Jonathon Brown all netted against Star, who had Greig Thorburn red carded in the second half, at New Dundas Park.

Delighted manager Robbie Horn said: “Dalbeattie are a better team than their league position suggests and I’m pleased with the points.

“Even after they had a player sent off they worked hard and made it difficult for us.

“We’re not getting carried away but I’m happy with the start we’ve made in the Lowland League.”

Stephen O’Neill’s last minute winner for Cumberland Colts denied title favourites Kelty a share of the points at Broadwood.

Nathan Austin had cancelled out Martin Wright’s early opener with just six minutes remaining.

But up popped the former Aberdeen youth player to snatch the points.

BSC Glasgow blasted six past Caledonian Braves at the Indodrill Stadium.

Ross McMillan grabbed a brace with the other goals coming from Jamie McCormack, Jamie Hamilton, Thomas Orr and Martin Grehan.

BSC boss Stephen Swift said: “We got off to the perfect start with Jamie McCormack’s goal and I thought we controlled the game well after that.

“It’s important to win our home matches and today we more than deserved that win.”

In the Qualifying Cup, Berwick Rangers beat Spartans 2-0, Edinburgh University edged their tie with Vale of Leithen by 1-0, East Kilbride thrashed Easthouses Lily 6-2, and Civil Service Strollers fired six past Dunipace without reply.