STRIKER Daryl Healy admits his Berwick Rangers team-mates were hurting after being held to a draw by Gala Fairydean Rovers.

The 22-year-old scored twice as the Borders teams fought out a 2-2 stalemate at Netherdale.

He said: “It feels like a defeat.

“We all had chances, including myself, to win that game yet we couldn’t find a third.

“We need to be more clinical if we’re going to get up the table.”

Scott Taylor-Mackenzie and Jack Cowan were on target for the home team.

Robbie McNab, Jamie McCormack and Thomas Collins all scored as BSC Glasgow toppled leaders Bonnyrigg Rose 3-1 at New Dundas Park.

Lewis Turner netted a late consolation for Robbie Horn’s team.

Adam Corbett and Blair Atkinson helped Spartans win the Edinburgh derby against Civil Service Strollers at Christie Gillies Park.

Manager Dougie Samuel was delighted with the 2-1 victory.

He said: “Not many teams leave here with a win but I thought we deserved it.

“Every win is valuable in this league.”

Josh Morris scored Civil’s consolation.

Hat-trick hero Steve Degnan helped Dalbeattie Star to a 4-2 win over neighbours Gretna.

The striker netted twice from the spot at Raydale Park before adding a third in the second half.

Phil Middlemiss also scored for Star with Dean McKinike and Jack Dickinson netting the home team’s goals.

A Mark Waters strike earned Edinburgh University a share of the points with Stirling University at Peffermill.

Angus Mailer had headed the visitors in front midway through the first half.

Vale of Leithen remain pointless after going down 3-0 to Caledonian Braves.

Marc Kelly scored all three of the visitors’ goals at Victoria Park.