KELTY HEARTS have bolstered their squad for the Super League run-in by signing two players from the senior ranks.

Former Morton and Dumbarton hitman Archie Campbell and ex Arbroath midfielder David Banjo have joined Thomas Courts' side as they bid to retain their championship crown.

Dunfermline-born Campbell started his career with Rangers but failed to make the grade at Ibrox.

He enjoyed a productive loan spell with Cowdenbeath in 2011 before signing for Morton, scoring 21 goals in 85 appearances at Cappielow.

A season long stint with Dumbarton followed before he joined Clyde last summer after being released by the Sons.

Banjo joined Arbroath in 2012 and remained at Gayfield until last January before making the move to Angus rivals Montrose.

A move to Berwick Rangers in the summer saw him make just 10 appearances but the new arrivals will provide Courts with extra competition as his side go for glory in the league, Junior Cup and Fife and Lothians Cup.

Kelty take on Blackburn United tomorrow at Central Park in the Fife and Lothians Cup, while Rosyth travel to Dalkeith Thistle.

Oakley United are in Premier League action at Bathgate Thistle, and all matches kick off at 2pm.