Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts 2 Oakley United 0, East of Scotland League, Premier Division

INVERKEITHING Hillfield Swifts enjoyed derby day delight for a second successive week as two last-gasp goals defeated Oakley United.

Craig Morrison's team went into the game on the back of an impressive victory at high-flying Crossgates Primrose in their previous outing, and earned another against a spirited Blairwood Park outfit.

The visitors arrived at Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre on the back of 12 successive defeats in all competitions, but manager, Peter Goldie, was heartened by their performances in home losses to Jeanfield Swifts and Crossgates Primrose.

As the match ticked into the 90th minute, it seemed like Oakley had done enough to earn a point, but Callum Murray, after taking a touch away from his marker, fired across goal and into the far corner from around 12 yards to give Swifts the lead.

Then, in stoppage time, 18-year-old Che Reilly, who has been part of the club for a decade, ran on to a through pass, rounded the goalkeeper and tucked home his first goal for the senior side to make sure of the three points.

"It was a good game. I was actually quite impressed with Oakley, and the way they set their stall out," Morrison said.

"I was speaking to their manager after the game, and he said that they've brought a couple of players in, and have got some back from injury. I thought they came across really well, were disciplined, and did well throughout.

"I thought that we played the better football throughout, but didn't capitalise on the chances we had, especially in the first half. In the second half, we made a few changes, and the really pleasing thing was that the boys who came off the bench impacted the game directly.

"We kept plugging away, kept our self belief as the clock burned down, and managed to score in the 90th and 92nd minutes."

Oakley were back in action on Tuesday night at Sauchie and, in a high-scoring match, finished up on the wrong end of an eight-goal thriller.

Brian Morgan gave the home side the lead before Sam Davidson, Kieran Anderson and Jack Docherty put them four goals up after half-an-hour.

Jason Watson immediately pulled a goal back, only for Ross Kavanagh to make it 5-1 by the interval, but, whilst Bruce Mcadam and Ryan Yapoudjian pulled two goals back for Oakley, it wasn't enough to prevent defeat.

Rosyth 3 Kinnoull 4, East of Scotland League, First Division

GREIG DENHAM believes that teams aren't having to work hard against his Rosyth side as they slipped to defeat against Kinnoull.

The home side twice levelled, and then found themselves 3-2 ahead, but lost by the odd-goal-in-seven after a topsy-turvy encounter at the Fleet Grounds.

Captain, Garry Leighton, and forward Tam Hampson, back from injury and with a penalty, each equalised for the hosts, with Chris Aikamhenze then putting them ahead.

However, Mark Smith's late winner - his second for Kinnoull, whose other scorers were Adam Frydrychowicz and Kyle Wooley - took the points back to Perth.

"To be 3-2 up with 15 minutes to go, and be unable to see the game out, is disappointing," Denham said.

"We should be winning the game if we're scoring three goals at home. The boys showed a bit of character to come back at 2-1, but I'd have been disappointed to walk away with one point, never mind losing three.

"We need to get back to good habits and defend properly. That starts from the front.

"Teams are not having to work very hard to score against us, which is very concerning. We need to defend better as a team, be more switched on, and make better decisions individually.

"After the game, they knew themselves that they need to defend better than they did on Saturday.

"Our priority is to get back winning football games. We've got a cup game coming up at home against St Andrews. It will be a tough game but, at home, I expect a performance."

Fixtures: Friday, East of Scotland League, Premier Division: Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale v Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts (7.45pm). Saturday, East of Scotland League, Premier Division: Broxburn Athletic v Oakley United, Sauchie Juniors v Crossgates Primrose (both 2.30pm). Tuesday, King Cup, second round: Rosyth v St Andrews United (7.30pm).