Fate in Burgh’s hands
Rutherglen Burgh’s fate is firmly in their own hands after an impressive 6-1 victory over 10-man Airdrie Albion.
The new club are among the 60 teams currently battling it out in their respective groups.
And their final position in their mini table of four will determine what league they will play in this season.
The Burgh are two points behind this weekend’s opponents Weir Recreation in what is the final group game and the leader after Sunday will play in the Championship 1 league.
Confidence will be high going into that match after dismantling Airdrie who were a man down early on.
John Robb was one-on-one with the keeper who handled the ball outside the box before being shown a red card.
The resulting free-kick saw Robb rattle the crossbar from 25 yards.
However, Craig Fellows made no mistake as he gave his team the lead before Darren Spalding volleyed in the second goal before the break and struck again for the third.
Airdrie hit back with a goal against the run of play but two goals from sub Peter Dallas and Craig Fellows’effort was enough to seal the points.