EAST Fife won a friendly with St Andrews University 4-0 in the build-up to their two final must-win matches.
With a late call-off from ‘keeper Trudy Hamilton, Klaudia Walas made her full women’s debut, stepping up from under-17s.
Walas made a great challenge outside her box to deny St Andrews a goal before half-time.
Chances also fell to Wylie, Skivington and Flatt, but the game remained scoreless at half-time.
The second half started brightly, with Anderson ringing the changes, and the breakthrough came within five minutes.
Graham played the ball out wide right to Anderson, who flicked it over the left-back before hitting a speculative shot with the outside of her right foot.
The ball was spilled by the ‘keeper and Mowbray, just back from injury, followed up to slot home.
The second goal came from Clark after a corner broke to the edge of the box and was returned via a Skivington header to Clark, who controlled the ball, turned and fired a low shot beyond the keeper.
Clark then returned the favour, playing an intricate pass between centre half and full back.
Skivington raced on to the ball and fired it high in to the net.
The final goal came from Sarah Fringe, who had replaced Anderson in midfield.