BSC Glasgow  0 - 3  East Kilbride FC

A Craig Malcolm hat-trick gave Kilby a fine away win at Alloa last Saturday, as Brian Kerr's men maintained their 100% start to the League season.

Malky struck after 7-minutes after a finer through ball from Anton Brady, as the visitors flew out of the traps in style.

Paul Woods came close to adding to the lead, but struck the post, with the home side unable to offer much in the away of attacking threat in a first half which ended with EK one goal to the good.

Kilby started the second half in the same manner, and doubled the lead in the 59th minute, when Janie Longworth danced into the BSC box, before cutting back to Malcolm, who rolled the ball home from 6-yards to make it 2-0.

An the game was killed as a contest 10 minutes later, a fine cross-field pass from substitute Graeme MacGregor found Michael Anderson, who's cut-back arrived at the feet of Malcom, and the striker need no encouragement, steadying himself before firing high past Marshall into the net.

Mills came closest form BSC in the closing stages, but his shot from the left struck the side netting, and it was Kilby who went home delighted to have secured all three point.

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