The Duncansfield outfit continued their rich vein of goalscoring form by knocking four past Girvan at Hamilton Park.
Assistant boss Martin Mooney said: “Our good form keeps going and we’re delighted. Girvan’s a difficult place to go, it’s quite close to the water so the conditions can be bad. Fortunately it was a settled day.”
It was a different story for Cumbernauld United however, after their seventh defeat of the season left them languishing second from bottom.
The visit of third placed Ardrossan Winton Rovers to Guy’s Meadow was never going to be easy, but United boss Queen was disappointed to see his side go down 5-1 in front of their own fans.
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This Saturday Kilsyth Rangers travel to Renfrew for another league game. Cumbernauld United are also away from home this weekend against top of the league side Glenafton. Both kick-offs are at 2 p.m.