KELTY boss Barry Ferguson has warned that there's more to come from his team - despite rattling in eight unanswered goals against Dalbeattie.

Star were put to the sword at New Central Park with debutant Nathan Austin slotting home a second-half hat-trick.

Stephen Husband also scored a brace in the drubbing with Ross Mutch, Scott Linton and Dylan Easton also finding the net.

A delighted Ferguson said: "There's still more to come from this team.

"There are several things we need to work on as a team but I can't fault the effort today as the players ran themselves into the ground.

"Dalbeattie will cause teams problems this season as they have some good players so I'm delighted to get the three points."

Bonnyrigg Rose heralded their arrival in the Lowland League with a 6-0 drubbing of Vale of Leithen at New Dundas Park.

And six different players got on the scoresheet for Robbie Horn’s team with Kerr Young, George Hunter, Dean Brett, Kieran McGachie, Lewis Turner and Jamie Doherty all finding the net.

Cumbernauld Colts striker Stephen O’Neil scored and assisted as his team beat Gala Fairydean Rovers 3-0 at Netherdale.

The 25-year-old former Aberdeen youth player said: “It was vital for us to get a win today as it will be a tough league this season.

“I thought we deserved the win as we took our chances well when they came along.”

A Thomas Orr penalty salvaged a point for BSC Glasgow against East Stirlingshire at the Indodrill Stadium.

Jordan Tapping had edged the visitors in front midway through the first half.

Newly named Caledonian Braves fired six past Edinburgh University at Peffermill.

Ross McNeil and Blair Doherty both scored braces with David Sinclair and Neil McLaughlin also scoring for Ricky Waddell’s team.

Civil Service Strollers left Raydale Park with a 3-0 win over Gretna.

Jack Downie netted twice with Mark McConnell adding to the tally in the second half.