East of Scotland League, Premier Division: Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts 1 Hill of Beath Hawthorn 3

INVERKEITHING Hillfield Swifts lost in a derby that saw striker Greig Spence go viral on social media.

The 30-year-old posted a video clip of an offside decision given against his team, accompanied with the comment "tight offside in the game yesterday what’s the verdict?", followed by a laughing emoji, that has attracted more than three MILLION views.

The assistant referee's flag was raised when the ball was played forward on the Swifts' right, when no home player appeared to be in a position to be penalised.

A tough day for Spence also saw him red-carded after picking up a second yellow card in the second half, at which point the hosts were two goals behind.

Ryan Connelly and a Lewis Payne penalty had Jason Dair's Haws two ahead inside 19 minutes and, after Spence's sending-off, Calum Adamson added a third.

Liam Evans scored a consolation for Swifts, who are without a league win since August, and boss Pat Scullion said: "Hill of Beath started better in the first 20 minutes; we didn't start well.

"Even at 2-0 down, I still felt we were creating enough chances in the game where, maybe if we could've taken them, we could have got something from the game.

"It wasn't our day, it wasn't our weekend. We can't start games like that and expect to win."

East of Scotland League, Premier Division: Dundonald Bluebell 1 Crossgates Primrose 1

SCOTT LAWRIE was Crossgates' hero as his free kick earned them a derby day draw.

Primrose, playing their fourth successive match away from home, fell behind early on at Moorside Park when Ross Barker scored but Stephen Husband, the ex-Pars and Kelty Hearts midfielder, saw his side reduced to 10 men when Kyle Barker was shown a 23rd-minute red card.

Alan Campbell's visitors saw plenty of the ball thereafter, and had opportunities, but the Bluebell defence remained firm.

That was until Lawrie, with 20 minutes to go, stepped up and sent a terrific free kick into the net, which secured a point for Crossgates.

"It was a wee bit similar to last week in that the game changed with the sending-off," Campbell said.

"We started the game quite well but lost a goal with the first attack they had. We grew into the game after that and came back into it, then they got a man sent off which changed the game.

"They sat in with two banks of four. We had loads of possession and had a couple of chances – their keeper had two good saves – and then we equalised.

"After that, we probably didn't do enough to get a winner. We huffed and puffed and they defended well, to be fair to them. In the last 15 minutes, they carried a bit of a threat as we pushed bodies forward.

"It's a hard place to go. We lost there in the past two seasons, and it keeps our wee unbeaten run going."

Meanwhile, the club have announced that Brian Ritchie and Cammy Muirhead have signed contract extensions until 2024, while Archie Campbell has agreed fresh terms to 2025.

East of Scotland League, Premier Division: Blackburn United 4 Oakley United 0

OAKLEY fell to a fourth straight defeat in all competitions on Saturday.

Peter Goldie's team, who have picked up just one win in their 11 league matches, had hoped to build on a promising performance, despite a 2-1 reverse, last time out at Haddington Athletic.

However, the home side, five places and 11 points above the second-bottom Blairwood Park side, made the early breakthrough after 16 minutes to lead going into the half-time break.

A second goal followed three minutes after the restart, before two more in the final 20 minutes sealed Oakley's fate.

They are eight points adrift of third-bottom Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale, who they host on Saturday, and 10 off fourth-bottom Tynecastle, who are in a position of safety, with two games in hand.

East of Scotland League, First Division: Camelon Juniors A-A Rosyth

ROSYTH saw their match at Camelon abandoned on Saturday following an injury sustained by the match referee.

The game lasted just 17 minutes before it was called to a halt after a lengthy stoppage following an incident involving the man in the middle, after which the teams played a friendly match.

Mariners player Mark Sharp assumed officiating duties for it, and his team – managed by ex-Oakley United boss Stewart Kenny – won 3-1.

Today's fixtures (kick-offs 2.30pm unless stated): East of Scotland League, Premier Division – Crossgates Primrose v Vale of Leithen (2pm), Oakley United v Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale, Sauchie Juniors v Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts. First Division – Rosyth v Whitehill Welfare.