Davie Proctor has put himself in the running to land the East Kilbride job on a permanent basis after inspiring his side to an impressive 4-0 win over BSC Glasgow.

The former Inverness defender is interim manager of the East Kilbride outfit after Jim Patterson and Dean Shanks stood down in midweek.

And managed to avenge their Scottish Cup defeat from earlier in the season against the same opposition in spectacular style.

A double from Sean Winter and goals from David Brownlie and Craig Malcolm sealed an emphatic victory.

Ross Smith, who scored for BSC in the recent cup clash with Hibs, was shown a first half red card.

Bonnyrigg Rose cut the gap on Lowland League leaders Kelty Hearts to just three points and still have a game in hand after their thrilling 3-2 win against Caledonian Braves at Strathclyde Park.

Rose's goals all came from defenders - Dean Brett, Ewan Moyes and David Baur - as they edged it against the home side who had drawn level twice thanks to a David Sinclair double.

It was a match played in dreadful weather conditions which included thunder and lightning and hailstones.

But the win has enabled Robbie Horn's troops to keep the heat on Kelty.

The title race is now really hotting up with Kelty and Bonnyrigg still to play each other twice during the run-in.

Berwick Rangers recorded a rare victory but had to rely on two goals in the final seven minutes through Callum Smith and Hamish Thomson to defeat relegation-threatened Edinburgh University 2-0.

Uni's defeat keeps them precariously close to the relegated bottom spot.

In the only other fixture to survive the weather first half goals from William Mortimer and Michael Cunningham helped Cumbernauld Colts defeat Stirling University 2-0.