GLENS ARE STILL LEFT POINTLESS

Paul Laurie was among Hibs' scorers.
Paul Laurie was among Hibs' scorers.

GLENROTHES head to the north of Fife on Saturday, still looking to break their duck inthe league season.

Tayport await a Warout Stadium team that remains pointless in the East Premier after their latest reverse.

Ian Paterson’s side lost 3-2 at home to Bathgate Thistle at the weekend, despite twice coming from behind in each half with goals from Jimmy Murray and Scott Napier.

Th need to get something on the board is becoming urgent for Glens.

Thornton Hibs will also be on their travels, to Bankfoot Athletic, after sharing six goals in a thrilling draw in their East Central League home match against Scone Thistle.

The Memorial Park team came from two goals down to lead after strikes from Coco Mullen, Paul Laurie and captain Adam Drummond, before the visitors grabbed a late leveller.

Hibs have been drawn away to Culter in the Scottish Junior Cup second-round on Saturday, October 20.

North Super League champions last season, the team from the village of Peterculter in Aberdeenshire made history by becoming one of the first junior football teams to enter the first round proper of the Scottish Cup for the 2007–08 competition.

Glens, who like Hibs were given a bye through the first round, will be able to draw on home comforts in the national tournament - which they last won in 1975 - as they welcome Benburb.

The visitors play their football in Govan, near to Rangers.