EAST Stirlingshire boss Derek Ure believes his team can now go on a run after recording back-to-back wins.

Matt Flynn, Jamie Dishington, Nicky Low and Sean Brown all netted in a 4-0 win over Dalbeattie Star at Islecroft Stadium.

Ure, who made 13 signings during the summer, said: “We had a very hard start to the season against the top teams.

“We are now putting results together and I know we now have the quality that can keep that going.

“If we continue to improve we shouldn’t be far away.”

Nathan Austin and Christopher Dodd both scored four goals during Kelty Hearts’ 10-0 hammering of Gretna at New Central Park.

Murray Carstairs and Scott Linton also netted for Barry Ferguson’s team.

Bonnyrigg Rose continue to set the pace after they beat Caledonian Braves 3-0 at New Central Park.

Dan Baur grabbed a brace with Dean Brett also on target.

A last-minute Craig Brown strike earned Stirling University a 2-1 win over Gala Fairydean Rovers.

Robbie McGale had opened the scoring for the home side at Forthbank with Ryan Mayer leveling before the interval.

Uni gaffer Chris Geddes said: “I didn't think we played all that well in the first half and Gala were probably the better team.

"We improved in the second half and we did enough to win the game.”

Craig Malcolm found the net twice as East Kilbride fired five past Edinburgh University without reply.

Paul Woods, Ruari Paton and Sean Winter also scored at K Park.

BSC Glasgow remain in contention after beating 10-man Vale of Leithen 3-0 at the Indodrill Stadium.

Thomas Collins scored twice with Ross McMillan also on target.

Ger Rossi was red carded for the visitors.

Cammy Muirhead’s second half brace gave Civil Service Strollers a 3-1 victory over Berwick Rangers at Shielfield Park.

Ciran Brian had fired the Wee Gers into the lead before Matt Cunningham levelled after 20 minutes.

Despite a second half fightback Cumbernauld colts went down 3-2 against Spartans at Ainslie Park.

Scott Maxwell’s double and a Aaron Murrell strike had given the home team a 3-0 lead at the break.

Although Martin Wright and Stephen Tart both scored for Colts, Spartans held on for the win.