BSC GLASGOW closed in on finishing runners-up after a comfortable win over struggling Dalbeattie Star at the Indodrill Stadium.

In the only game to survive Saturday’s snow storms, former Morton striker Tom Orr scored a brace to take his personal tally to 22 for the season.

An own-goal from Hugh Cameron and a Martin Grehan strike secured the 4-1 victory for Stephen Swift’s team.

BSC close the gap with leaders East Kilbride to ten points, but Swift admitted his players are only chasing the runners-up spot.

He said: “Nobody is catching East Kilbride.

“We still want to finish with as many points as we can, and hopefully take second place.

“You want your team to improve each season and that’s what we’ve done.

“Conditions were difficult for both teams today, but I thought we coped well and played some nice football at times.

“Star are better than their league position suggests.”

A screamer from Calvin Cowie was all Dalbeattie had to show for the trip to Alloa.

Substitute Ross Guthrie snatched a late winner for Civil Service Strollers on Friday night against East Stirlingshire to maintain fourth place in the table.

Gary Jardine’s team raced into a two-goal advantage at the Falkirk Stadium before Shire responded through a Paul McCafferty penalty and an Andy Grant strike.

David McCaughie cancelled out Churchill’s second in the closing stages before Guthrie popped up in the 88th minute for the winner.

All other games were postponed because of the weather.