EDUSPORT gaffer Ricky Waddell believes his team aren’t yet good enough to challenge for the Lowland League despite moving up to fourth in the table.

The manager watched his team beat Gala Fairydean Rovers 2-0 at Netherdale through a Marc Kelly strike and a Scott Main own-goal.

Waddell said: “I have a brilliant bunch of boys to work with just now and they deserve to be doing as well as they are.

“But to really challenge in this league I do need one or two more experienced players with a bit more quality.

“Today’s win was important for us, as it keeps us up there in the top three or four and that’s where we want to stay.”

BSC came from behind to beat Spartans 3-2 at the Indodrill Stadium.

Declan Hughes netted the second of his brace with six minutes remaining, while Ross McMillan was also on target.

A Cieran Chalmers goal gave leaders Kelty Hearts victory over Stirling University.

But Barry Ferguson’s team had to play out the closing stages with 10-men after Scott Dalziel was red-carded.

East Kilbride remain a point behind in second after Anton Brady and Paul Woods both hit the target at Raydale Park in the 2-0 win over Gretna.

An injury time strike from David Churchill gave Civil Service Strollers a 2-1 victory over bottom side Whitehill Welfare at Ferguson Park.

Jordan Hopkinson had earlier cancelled out the home team’s opener from Kyle Mitchell.

Strollers boss Gary Jardine said: “Whitehill are a much better team than their position would suggest, so that is a very good three points for us.”

The defeat led to Whitehill manager Jock Landells losing his job.

Cumbernauld Colts returned to winning ways at Broadwood with a 3-0 win over Dalbeattie Star.

Sean Brown, Craig Holmes and Stephen O’Neil all scored for the home team.