DUNFERMLINE Carnegie Hockey Club made it two wins from twolast Saturday after netting a dramatic last-minute decider.

The men's first XI are playing in the Scottish Hockey Premiership for the first time in their history and, in their opening match against Inverleith, notched up a thrilling 4-3 victory.

At the weekend, they fought back from a goal behind to take maximum points by the odd goal in five in Dundee against Grove Menzieshill.

With 35 minutes of the contest left, Carnegie trailed 2-1, with Aidan McQuade – who scored the winner against Inverleith, and was voted MVP (Most Valuable Player) this time around – on target once more.

He then scored his second from a penalty corner with seven minutes left to bring the visitors level before, with just 30 seconds left, captain Mikey Ross steered home a sensational winner that sees Carnegie keep pace with Western Wildcats and Grange at the top of the table.

Today, Kelburne are the visitors to Woodmill High School, with the match starting at 1.30pm.

In East District Division Three, Dunfermline City played their first league game for more than 18 months, and had a win to celebrate.

They beat Peebles 3-1 at home, thanks to goals from Adam Rintoul, Ryan Green and David Miller, and will play Dunfermline Carnegie fours this Saturday.

Meanwhile, three of Carnegie's ladies' sides were in action and all suffered defeats.

The seconds, who won their opener at Eskvale, were beaten 3-0 at home by Watsonians fives in East District Division Three; the thirds, who opened with a 1-1 draw with Livingston and West Lothian seconds in Division Four, were beaten 5-1 by Preston Lodge seconds; and Carnegie fours, the club's development side, lost 4-0 against Ross High seconds in Division Five.

Despite a promising start, the thirds fell behind against Preston Lodge after a penalty corner and, although Sarah Deighan made some good saves, Carnegie conceded three more goals by half-time.

Fiona Mcphie pulled one back for Carnegie, converting from a penalty corner won by Amy Bennett, but a flurry of late penalty corners eventually saw one converted by Preston Lodge to wrap up the game. Sandy Coull was voted Carnegie's MVP.