CRAIG Malcolm signed off his first season at champions East Kilbride with a double.

The 32-year-old struck twice as Kilby beat Kelty Hearts 3-0 at New Central Park.

Cameron Russell also scored for the visitors.

Hibernian loanee striker Ruari Paton scored in his final league match for Gala Fairydean Rovers.

The 18-year-old helped his team, who had been reduced to 10 men after captain Darren Smith was red carded, to a 4-2 victory with a stunning last-minute freekick.

Paton, who has taken his personal tally to 17, said: “It was hard enough in the heat but when you’re down to ten men it’s even tougher.

“I’ve loved my time at Gala in the Lowland League and I’m delighted to have helped them to a mid-table finish.”

Phil Addison, Scott Taylor-Mackenzie and Tommy Patterson also scored at Raydale.

Spartans thrashed Cumbernauld Colts 6-2 at Ainslie Park with Blair Atkinson scoring a hat-trick.

Jason Steven grabbed a brace with Alan Brown also on target for the home team.

Spartans manager Dougie Samuel said: “We wanted to finish the league campaign on a high and we did that.

“We showed a good attitude out there in difficult conditions.”

Sean Brown and Fraser Team scored for Colts, who also had Scott Davidson red carded.

Carlo Pignatiello and Ross Lindsay both netted in the second half as runners-up BSC Glasgow beat East Stirlingshire 2-0 at the Indodrill Stadium.

Whitehill Welfare picked up only their second win of the campaign as they beat 10-man Edinburgh University 1-0 at Peffermill.

Jordan Bain’s fifth minute was enough for the points against the Students, who had Mark Gair sent off.

Vale of Leithen and Dalbeattie Star fought out a 1-1 draw at Islecroft Stadium.

Ross Green’s opener for the home team was cancelled out by Liam Ireland.

Jamie Penker, Craig Brown, Blair Lyons and Aiden Peden were all on target as Stirling University left Galabank with a 4-2 win over Edusport Academy.