KILBY boss Billy Stark admitted he was disappointed despite his team going joint top for the first time this season.

Stark watched his side win 3-2 over bottom team Hawick Royal Albert.

But conceding two goals in the closing minutes angered the former Celtic star.

He said: “It is always good to win and Hawick are an improving team, but we were wasteful today and we couldn’t kill the game off when we had the chances.

“I’m disappointed with the way we finished the game - allowing them to get the two goals, but the three points are all that really matter and it’s good to be up at the top.”

Michael Anderson scored either side of half time for East Kilbride with Ross McNeil adding the other.

Eggy Savickas and David McGaughie netted late for the hosts.

Joint leaders BSC Glasgow were held to a 2-2 draw at Broadwood by Cumbernauld Colts.

Sean Brown and Jamie Waddell had fired the hosts into a two-goal half time lead.

But BSC responded with strikes from Ciaran Donnelly and Stevie Murray to take a share of the points.

Former St Johnstone striker George Hunter orchestrated Selkirk’s 3-1 victory at Gretna for them to move back into fourth.

Hunter scored one and also set up Ciaren Chalmers for another.

Selkirk boss Ian Fergus said: “We only have George until the end of the year but he’s made a difference since he came in.

“We’ve been on a poor run lately so it was vital to get the win today.”

Daryl Healy was Selkirk’s other scorer with Kevin Connelly netting for Gretna.

Stuart Noble hit the net twice in the last five minutes for Gala Fairydean Rovers to snatch the points with a 2-1 victory against Edusport Academy at Netherdale.

Stevie Murray scored with the last kick of the game for Whitehill Welfare to beat Stirling University 3-2 at Ferguson Park.

Kieron Hall scored twice for the Students with Scott Lucas and Kyle Mitchell responding for the hosts before Murray’s late winner.

East Stirlingshire continued their revival with a 3-1 victory over Civil Service Strollers.

Andy Rodgers, Jamie McCormack and Liam Allison were on target for John Sludden’s team.

Civil, who scored through David Churchill, had two players sent off in the closing stages.

Edinburgh University and Vale of Leithen shared the points at Peffermill.

Jack Guthrie’s goal for the home team was cancelled out by Sean Stewart just after the interval.