Central Taxis East of Scotland League, Premier Division:

Dundonald Bluebell 6 Crossgates Primrose 1

ALAN CAMPBELL admitted that anything that could go wrong, went wrong as Primrose fell to a hefty derby defeat.

A four-goal blast in the second half by Dundonald Bluebell condemned the Humbug Park outfit to a third successive loss in all competitions, a period in which they have now conceded 14 goals.

Stuart Cargill, Kelty Hearts' record goalscorer with 167 goals before he made the move to Moorside Park last month, netted a hat-trick to help his team to victory – despite Crossgates taking the lead.

Mark Wilkie scored after only five minutes but, after a spill by goalkeeper Grant Henderson, Cargill levelled in the 12th minute.

He scored his second to fire Dundonald ahead before the interval and, after completing his treble 10 minutes into the second half, the game ran away from the visitors.

Billy Rogerson's double, and a Chris Gay effort in the closing minutes, completed the scoring and Campbell reflected: "It was quite a tight game in the first half. I thought we should have had a penalty but we were disappointed to be down; we deserved to be level, and maybe even be in front.

"But it didn't happen in the second half. We chased the game maybe when we shouldn't have, lost a third goal and after that Dundonald picked us off.

"It's time for us to get the finger out and get back to where we were a couple of weeks ago.

"Everything that could go wrong did go wrong. There were individual errors and, collectively, we weren't at it.

"The better team won; there's no excuses from me."

Campbell, meanwhile, has agreed a loan deal for young Pars goalkeeper Craig Burt until January ahead of Saturday's trip to Camelon.

Central Taxis East of Scotland League, First Division, Conference A:

Oakley United 0 St Andrews 4

OAKLEY UNITED manager Stewart Kenny says he won't dwell on his side's home defeat to St Andrews United.

The visitors, beaten 5-0 by their opponents in the second game of the campaign, turned the tables at Blairwood Park by hitting four second-half goals, courtesy of a brace each for Owen Andrew and Kyle Wilson.

Kenny was without five of his regular squad members due to holidays for the match, and named four under-17 squad members on the bench, and explained: "It was one of those games.

"We were missing five regulars and, although the guys tried their best, St Andrews' class shone through in the end.

"We had to put some of the under-17 team on the bench. Two of them came on and did really well but the score was 3-0 at that time and the game was done by then.

"It was a one-off weekend. We won't dwell on it; it was always going to be tough. We've got a massive couple of weeks coming up: we've got two home games with Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale and Haddington, and then a cup quarter-final away to Kinnoul, which will define our season."

Alex Jack Cup, third round:

Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts 1 Musselburgh Athletic 4

SWIFTS co-manager Grant Brough said the first 45 minutes proved costly as they missed out on an Alex Jack Cup semi-final.

Musselburgh, 2015 Scottish Junior Cup runners-up, took the lead after 17 minutes when Nathan Evans capitalised on a mistake by goalkeeper Mark Rowbotham but, just three minutes later, Gavin Smith profited in similar fashion to equalise after a poor pass by Paul Grant.

Michael Moffat found the net in the 26th minute for Musselburgh before John McManus netted with a fine finish from a corner shortly afterwards for their third. A fine free kick from Conor Thomson late on wrapped up victory for the East Lothian side, and Brough said: "I just think that we let ourselves down a wee bit.

"In the first half, we never really got going and it killed the momentum. The workrate was there but there was a wee bit of naivety and we used more energy than was required.

"They're a good team who play at a decent level but I felt we struggled to get to grips with the game in the first half. In the second half, we changed it and got the shape right, and for the first 25 minutes, we were the better team.

"The boys were dead on their feet at the end. We're a young team; six of our starting 11 were under 22, so it's about developing them. They are going to make mistakes, but it's about learning from them. Saturday is a great game to try and bounce back in, as Coldstream are just below us in the table."

McBookie.com South Premier League:

Rosyth 0 Kirkcaldy and Dysart 1

ROSYTH saw their unbeaten home record brought to an end as a late goal earned Kirkcaldy and Dysart victory at the Fleet Grounds.

Scott Arbuckle's goal with 10 minutes left handed Craig Ness' visitors the three points, a result that lifts them above Rosyth – who drop to fourth – into third place.

The Rec take a break from league action as they embark on their Scottish Junior Cup campaign with a trip to Thornton Hibs, who currently sit second in the Super League.

l Saturday's fixtures (kick-offs 2.30pm unless stated): GeoSonic Lowland League – Kelty Hearts v Gala Fairydean Rovers (3pm). East of Scotland League, Premier Division – Camelon Juniors v Crossgates Primrose. First Division, Conference A – Oakley United v Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale. Conference B – Coldstream v Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts. Macron Scottish Junior Cup – Thornton Hibs v Rosyth.