Pumpherston still perfect
Livingston United picked up their first win in three games thanks to a fine second-half performance away at Rosyth.
Both teams hit the post in the first half but the deadlock wasn’t broken by the half-time interval.
Andy Malone’s men opened the scoring on 53 minutes when good play between Jason Gregory and Bryan Jaconelli set up Kieran McGurk who saw his initial effort saved by Ross Harkness – only for him to tap the rebound into the empty net.
The lead lasted only four minutes, though, as former United player Jack Henderson bulleted a header beyond Gavin King for the leveller. Pumpherston continued their perfect start to the season with eight wins from eight Premier South games thanks to three second-half goals in Fife.
Ally McRitchie missed from the spot but they opened the scoring on 62 minutes thanks to Barry Nicholson.
Adam Forrest bundled the ball home shortly before Nicholson wrapped up the points with his second in the closing stages.
It was honours even in the derby clash between West Calder United and Bathgate Thistle with the hosts coming from a goal down twice to claim a share of the spoils. Adrian Shala gave the Jags the lead before Ewan Leonard equalised while Robbie Feeney’s strike was later cancelled out by Jack McLaren.
Stoneyburn conceded late on in a 3-3 home draw against Lochore Welfare. Stephen McLay and John Carey had put the Fulshie two up before they were pegged back.
Ryan Robertson looked to have given them the points with a late penalty but Welfare grabbed a third.
Harthill Royal went down 2-1 at Newburgh, with Liam Baillie netting Royal’s goal.