ANOTHER full East League cricket programme on Saturday but only three wins for the West Fife sides.

Dunfermline Carnegie emphasised their superiority in Division Five by winning a fourth successive game while Broomhall and Dalgety Bay also collected full points.

In Division One Dunfermline seriously disappointed at McKane Park with some very poor shot selection leaving home skipper Aza Sharif stranded as they succumbed to Murrayfield DAFS by 170 runs.

Murrayfield won the toss and chose to bat on a good surface but found runs hard to come by early on and it was only when Hayes started to get the scoreboard moving that the total began to build.

The home bowling fell apart as the batsmen attacked and 245 was a decent score, albeit on a fast outfield.

A change in the home order saw Sharif move down to number four but he was soon in and he batted well but at the other end no-one showed any willingness to graft and the innings folded in 29 overs.

Murrayfield DAFS (20) 245, (L Hayes 49, R Sorrell 46, H Shahzad 3 for 42).

Dunfermline (5) 75, (A Sharif 34, T Wheeler 3 for 25).

In Division Three Broomhall's Jamie Grant hit a superb century as The Cairns side compiled a very solid-looking 229 against Carlton thirds.

While Grant was the main contributor he received good backing from Gary Seath, who made a fine half century and it put the hosts in the box seat.

Carlton batted well in reply and were always moving along at around four an over but when hey needed to up the pace they started to lose wickets with Charlie Stoddart and Ali each collecting three wickets to achieve a result which moves Broomhall into a mid-table position.

Broomhall (20) 229 for 5, (J Grant 109, G Seath 51, C Everett 2 for 12).

Carlton thirds (8) 174 for 9, (F Whatley 44, C Stoddart 3 for 20, M Ali 3 for 30).

Carnegie went to Preston Village in Division Five and bowled superbly to set up a winning position.

The wickets were shared but everyone bowled steadily and gave Preston Village's batting little to prosper on. Martin Honeyford returned best figures with three for 14 while Bruce Callen had three for only 20.

In reply Carnegie had no reason to hurry and steady contributions from Murray and Bruce Callen, along with Alan Leitch, saw them home with seven wickets to spare Preston Village (3) 99, (D King 27, M Honeyford 3 for 14, B Callen 3 for 20, W Raza 3 for 26).

Carnegie (20) 101 for 3, (M Callen 27 not out, B Callen 25, A Leitch 24, I Hawkins 2 for 38).

Dunfermline seconds were always in their Division Six game with Teuchters at Leith Academy but their efforts were only rewarded with nine points.

Teuchters were struggling for spells on batting first but a couple of good contributions helped them to 171.

Dunfermline got off to a decent start but the loss of Sadie Harrower undid the good work and it was left to Neil Westgarth to hold things together and he made a half century before his team fell 30 runs short.

Teuchters (20) 171, (W Clayton 78, R Bartisch 25, G Coles 3 for 38, A Vishwanathan 2 for 28).

Dunfermline seconds (9) 141, (N Westgarth 53, E Jones 3 for 9, W Clayton 3 for 20).

Broomhall seconds found Melrose much too strong in the Borders and went down by 182 runs in their Division Seven clash.

Melrose won the toss and batted and scored freely throughout the innings at around six an over and a little late acceleration took them to 249.

'Hall were up against it and with only three men getting double figures they fell well short.

Melrose (20) 249 for 8, (R McLennan 67, B Scott 60, S Hosney 35).

Broomhall seconds (4) 67, (M Goodchild 18, M Warren 17, S Hosney 3 for 10).

Dalgety Bay got 20 useful points off Stirling County fourths at the leisure centre in Division Eight having bowled very tidily.

Only Dougie McGowan looked comfortable for the visitors and made 41 out of 113 with Peter Newson collecting five wickets.

The Bay lost John Bielski and Simon Kirkman cheaply but Newson then came back into the game with a hard-hitting knock, completing his half-century and winning the game.

Stirling County fourths (5) 113, (D MacGowan 41, P Newson 5 for 15).

Dalgety Bay (20) 116 for 4, (P Newson 59 not out, D MacGowan 3 for 31).