CUMBERNAULD Colts came from behind to topple leaders BSC Glasgow at the Indodrill Stadium.

Stephen O’Neill, Michael Wallace, Sean Brown and Craig Murray all scored for the Broadwood side in the shock 4-1 victory.

Martin Grehan had given BSC the first half lead.

Jake Smith fired Gretna into fourth place with both goals in the 2-0 win over Selkirk at Yarrow Park.

The striker said: “It was a big result for us as we now move ahead of Selkirk.

“There’s a gap up to third but if we can keep winning we can get a bit closer.”

There was relief for Dalbeattie Star as they moved away from the relegation zone with a 3-2 victory over Vale of Leithen.

A Dean Brotherston double and a Tommy Muir strike secured the points for Star.

Manager Darren Kerr said: “I’m very happy with the result and the points.

“Victoria Park is always a difficult place to come to and to get a result is a big relief.

“We’ve been in good form lately and we have been a bit unlucky to find ourselves near the bottom.”

Ainslie Hunter and Kerr Allan were Vale’s consolation scorers.

Nathan Evans scored twice as Edinburgh University snatched a 3-2 victory over Gala Fairydean Rovers at Netherdale.

Evans, who has now scored nine this season, said: “We had a poor start to the season but we’re now starting to move up the table.

“I was pleased to get two of the goals but it’s the win that’s the most important thing.”

Joe Boyle was also on target for the Students, while Stuart Noble netted both of Gala’s goals.

Bottom side Hawick Royal Albert are still looking for their first point after going down 2-0 to Civil Service Strollers at Christie Gillies Park.

David Churchill and Jack Downie were the home team’s scorers.

There was disappointment for the two remaining Lowland League clubs in the Scottish Cup.

East Kilbride were edged out 4-3 by Albion Rovers at the K Park.

And Spartans conceded in the closing minutes against Fraserburgh to go down 2-1.