Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts 2 Broxburn Athletic 1, East of Scotland League, Premier Division

SWIFTS head coach Craig Morrison has said he can see his team's confidence growing after what he felt was a "mature" display to defeat Broxburn Athletic.

In a match played under the lights last Friday night, the home side picked up their eighth win of the league campaign to move five points clear of the bottom three places in their bid to ensure Premier Division survival.

Rory Marshall's fine effort just before half-time gave Inverkeithing the advantage, but a penalty from Kelty Hearts forward, Errol Douglas, cancelled that out with 20 minutes remaining.

However, as the clock ticked towards the final 10 minutes, Adam Mansouri netted a superb winner for the Swifts, which Morrison said "almost took the net off".

On his team's display, he commented: "We did really, really well.

"I thought we started the game exceptionally well. I thought in the first half we completely dominated; we had a high level possession and kept the ball very well. In the second half, they pressed us a lot higher and with intensity.

"We showed maturity to see the game out. I was really chuffed.

"You can see the team evolving in terms of their game management, and that they are able to adapt to certain situations. That is testament to guys listening in, and their leadership on the park, especially for such a young team.

"It's visible to us as a coaching team to see them growing in confidence. When we went in, you could see they were a unit, a tight group. You can see all the learning occurring in front of us, and that is, like I say, testament to the guys.

"Any information we give them, or anything we ask them to do, they're 100 per cent buying into it."

Camelon Juniors 2 Rosyth 4, East of Scotland League, First Division

GREIG DENHAM insists his Rosyth team need to be more clinical despite watching them hit four on the road on Saturday.

The Rec boss took his side to former club Camelon and came away with their first league success in four outings, with Tam Hampson netting a hat-trick.

But Denham said: "It should have been more convincing. We missed four glaring opportunities.

"We've been letting teams off lightly and, 4-2, in the second half, flattered Camelon. Against better opposition, if you miss chances like that they can come back to haunt you."

Talisman Hampson's first half penalty gave Rosyth the lead and, after James Finlay levelled for Camelon early in the second half, he converted another within two minutes to restore the lead.

Shortly afterwards, Zac Mooney won the ball ahead of the home keeper to make it 3-1, and the points were sealed in the final minute when Hampson ran through to complete his treble.

A Jamie McAllister effort for Camelon was mere consolation, and Denham continued: "We have to be more clinical if we want to progress in the league we're in, or if we have aspirations of moving to a higher level.

"Tam Hampson scored a hat-trick, which was great to see and deserved. He led the line really well, but he'll be the first to admit that he should have had a couple more, and a couple of supporting players had chances as well.

"I'm delighted for sure to score four goals away from home, but anyone watching that second half would see we should've scored more.

"It would be more problematic if we weren't creating opportunities but, in the same instance, we need to taking more."

Saturday's fixtures (kick-offs 2.30pm): East of Scotland League, League Cup, second round: Crossgates Primrose v Thornton Hibs, Penicuik Athletic v Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts, Rosyth v Heriot-Watt University.