Junior Football: Unbeaten run has Kennoway Star Hearts on cloud nine

Kennoway goalie Jack Small gives the thumbs up in Saturday's win
Kennoway goalie Jack Small gives the thumbs up in Saturday's win
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Kennoway Star Hearts boss Alex Davidson expects teams at the top end of the table to drop points in the run towards the end of the season.

Davidson saw his side move in to second place in the table with a 2-1 victory at Newburgh and admits KSH will be looking at sides round about them in the table to take points off each other as they make a bid for automatic promotion from the McBookie.Com North Division.

“All those teams need to play each other and it’s such a strong, competitive league that I can’t see any team running away with it.

“Looking at the teams alongside us in the table, those are the games that we need to win. We’ve slipped up a little this season by dropping points to the teams in the lower half of the league which may come back to hurt us at the end of the season.”

Saturday’s win leaves KSH unbeaten in nine games, which the boss puts down to a team spirit which he says was lacking at the start of season, and they will look to take that run into double figures with a trip to Scone Thistle this Saturday.

“When you’re on a run like this everybody enjoys playing and that breeds confidence on the pitch,” he said.

It’s such a strong, competitive league that I can’t see any team running away with it

Kennoway Star Hearts boss Alex Davidson

Meanwhile, Glenrothes Juniors face a vital East Premier Division fixture in the battle against the drop this Saturday.

Second bottom Glens travel to Bathgate Thistle looking for the three points they need to draw level on 20 points with the side above them in the table.

In the North Division, promotion chasing Thornton Hibs travel to second bottom Kirriemuir Thistle.