East Kilbride remain seven points clear at the top of the Lowland League after an emphatic win over Vale of LeithenDoubles for Craig Malcolm and new signing Darren Ramsay, a Ross McNeil strike and a rare goal for skipper Barry Russell delivered a thumping 6-0 win and earned another vital three points in the title race. Billy Stark's men grabbed the lead after just three minutes when Adam Strachan's dangerous ball across the face of goal was turned home by Malcolm.
Billy Stark has secured his third new recruit in as many weeks after East Kilbride signed former Rangers youth midfielder Darren Ramsay. The 22-year-old signed from Clyde last week and made his debut as a late substitute in Saturday’s 4-1 win over Whitehill Welfare before making his first start for the club in Wednesday's 1-0 win over Civil Service Strollers in the EoS Cup.
David McKean admits watching his beloved Rangers reach the Scottish Cup quarter-finals cheered him up after breaking his KNEECAP in East Kilbride Thistle’s defeat to Rossvale. The 29-year-old has been ruled out for over a year following the horror injury during Saturday’s 4-0 defeat in the Central District First Division clash. McKean came off worse in a 50/50 challenge and was treated on the pitch for a half an hour before being taken to the Royal Infirmary in Glasgow.
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