BONNYRIGG Rose striker George Hunter has warned his team won’t give up the chase after netting a double in their 5-1 win at Gala Fairydean Rovers.

The 23-year-old scored either side of half time as Rose remain six points adrift of leaders Kelty Hearts with two games in hand.

Hunter said: “That was another big result for us and it keeps us in there.

“We won’t stop chasing and we’ll be ready to go again next week.

“Personally it was good to get the goals as I haven’t scored for a few weeks.”

An own-goal along with strikes from Lee Currie and Daniel Baur secured the victory over 10-man Gala, who had Lewis Grant red-carded.

Leaders Kelty left Islecroft Stadium with a 4-0 win over Dalbeattie Star.

Nathan Austin notched a double with Ross Philp and Dylan Easton also on the scoresheet.

Caledonian Braves scored five goals in the final 18 minutes as they beat Civil Service Strollers 7-2 at Alliance Park.

Neil McLaughlin scored a hat-trick with David Winters grabbing a brace and both Ross McNeill and Jack McDowall also netting.

Matty Cunningham and Alieau Faye were Civil’s scorers.

Jordan Tapping celebrated a new contract with East Stirlingshire by scoring his team’s fifth as they came from behind to beat Berwick Rangers.

Euan Smith had given the Shielfield team an early lead, but Shire responded with strikes from Sean Brown, Adam Murray, Jamie Dishington and Nicky Low before Tapping’s late strike.

Relegation rivals Gretna and Edinburgh University fought out a 0-0 draw at Raydale Park.