Bo'ness grateful to spot-on star Fleming

Prominent from the kick off was Bo'ness full-back Derek Fleming, whose trademark deliveries, including a 25-yard free-kick, brought out the best in keeper Martin Curtis.

All the pressure they exerted could so easily have been ruined if Adam O'Connor's low drive had found the net instead of the woodwork as Kinnoull broke free.

However, the pressure did pay off just before the break, the ball landing at the feet of Chris Donnelly who smashed home from six yards.

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Bo'ness were now flying and the pressure told again in the 55th minute. Chris McFadyen was sent sprawling in the box for a penalty and Fleming put them two goals up.

Then, with 15 minutes remaining, he had the chance to do it all over again. McFadyen was again sent sprawling and again Fleming did the business to put them three up. As the full-time whistle drew near, Will Snowdon added a fourth to complete the rout.

Bo'ness: McGurk, Snowdon, Fleming, Duffin, McQueen, Fraser, Carroll, Crawford, Shields, McFadyen, Donnelly. Subs: Ballantyne, Cooper, Hamilton, Walker, Ure, Young, Longmuir.

Kinnoull: Curtis, Deans, Dugian, Hutton, Veitch, Price, Bradshaw, Webster, O'Connor, Smith, Timmons. Subs: Carr, McKerracher, Tinlay, Fleming, Mc Kinnie.

Bo'ness 4

Kinnoull 0