CAMMY Muirhead fired Civil Service Strollers back into the title race with a double against Caledonian Braves at Christie Gillies Park.

The 21-year-old former Cowdenbeath striker scored either side of half time in the 2-0 win.

Civil boss Gary Jardine said: “We knew we’d be in for a tough afternoon against a good team, but we played well and deserved the win.

“Cammy took both of his goals well and he looked dangerous all afternoon.

“That’s an important three points which keep us within touching distance of the top teams.”

Gretna picked up their first win of the season to move off the bottom of the table.

Kevin Connelly and Ryan Rogers were on target in the 2-0 victory over Vale of Leithen at Raydale Park.

Berwick Rangers moved away from danger with a 3-0 defeat of fellow strugglers Dalbeattie Star.

Ally Forster, Joao Balde and Daniel Purves were all on target for Ian Little’s team at Shielfield Park.

East Kilbride suffered a rare home defeat as Craig Brown’s goal gave Stirling University a 1-0 victory at K Park.

A double from Craig Holmes helped Cumbernauld Colts return to winning ways.

Lewis Bonar and Scott Davidson were also on target in the 4-1 victory over Edinburgh University at Broadwood.

There were mixed fortunes for Lowland League clubs in the William Hill Scottish Cup.

While BSC Glasgow got the better of Lochee United at the Indordrill Stadium, by two goals to one, Gala Fairydean Rovers lost their replay with Formartine United by the same scoreline.