East of Scotland League, Conference B:

Eyemouth United 0 Crossgates Primrose 8

ALAN CAMPBELL praised his side for their "professional" performance as Crossgates hit eight at Eyemouth.

Scott Hynd, Lyall Shaw and Andy Watt all grabbed braces, with Dale Allan and Ben Hutchison adding to the scoresheet.

With Eyemouth languishing at the foot of the table, Campbell reiterated to his team that they could not underestimate their opposition as they looked to make it six wins on the bounce.

He said: "We knew what type of game it would be. They're at the bottom of the league but they'll beat someone eventually and we had to make sure it wasn't us.

"We went there and did what we needed to do and were 4-0 up at half-time.

"That probably wasn't a true reflection as they had a couple of chances, too, but we were just more clinical.

"We scored two more just after half-time and that killed the game as a contest.

"We had spoken recently about goals coming from the same players so it was good to see them being spread out across the team. "Lyall (Shaw) is a creative player so it was good to see him score a couple from out wide and I think that's Ben's first goal of the season."

Campbell's men now travel to face league leaders Bonnyrigg Rose, and he anticipates a different contest.

He said: "It's a big test for us but you can see how much confidence we have right now.

"There's a real unity and winning games breeds confidence.

"It would be great to see us go there and pull off an upset."

Conference A:

Dunbar United 4 Oakley United 1

OAKLEY "never got going" on Saturday as Dunbar pounced on mistakes to pick up the win.

An own goal with just minutes remaining proved to be the only consolation for the Blairwood Park men as they were punished for not taking early chances.

Stuart Love, James McAteer and Derek Murray all came close for Stewart Kenny's side before falling behind on 28 minutes.

Dunbar grew in confidence and added three more before their captain, Zach Szemis, inadvertently turned the ball into his own net.

Kenny said: "It was a hard result to take.

"We just didn't click at all and never really got going.

"To be fair to Dunbar, they stopped us from playing the way we wanted to.

"They kept the ball well and we couldn't really build momentum.

"It was never a 4-1 game but we didn't take our chances and they were more clinical.

"The mistakes killed us and it was really just an off day."

Conference C:

Jeanfield Swifts 5 Inverkeithing 0

JEANFIELD won the clash of the Swifts as they battled to victory over Inverkeithing.

Lee Duffy's men restricted their hosts for the majority of the first half but were undone by a quickfire double before the break.

And after a couple of injuries affected Inverkeithing's shape, a further three strikes followed.

Duffy commented: "Jeanfield are an established side at this level with a lot of experience.

"We went there without expectation on us and I felt we played well for 35 minutes and contained them.

"I was thinking that if we could get to half-time level, I'd be happy. It was disappointing to concede two the way we did.

"The game opened up for them in the second half and it could've been more.

"I just said to the guys afterwards that we need to keep going as a group.

"Every game is a learning point for the boys and I felt we played well early on and there were some strong individual performances."

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Harthill Royal 4 Rosyth 1

JOY turned to despair for Rosyth as they were beaten by Harthill after going ahead.

Tam Hampson scored from the spot after half an hour but their Gibbshill Park opponents responded in emphatic fashion.

Craig Johnston ran riot for Royal as he netted a hat-trick with William Gardener also chipping in with a strike to send Brian Muirhead's men home empty-handed.