Lomond Vics finally chalked up their first league win of the season at the weekend.
The Falkland team have been finding things tough since being promoted to the Fife Amateur Football Association Premier Division, but a 1-0 win in their away clash with Comrie Tavern saw them return home with all three points.
It was also a good day for the local Division Two sides, as Leslie Hearts edged all three points in a 4-3 win over Kirkcaldy Rovers in the Lang Toun, while Balgonie Scotia also won on the road, defeating Carnegie Thistle 3-0.
Another team celebrating were Glenrothes Amateurs who recorded a 3-1 victory over Dundonald at Dovecot Park.
The spoils were shared at Over Stenton where Glenrothes Strollers and Freuchie played out a 3-3 draw.
It wasn’t so good news for Kingdom League sides Star Hearts and Balgonie Scotia - the latter went down 3-0 at Duffus Park against league pacesetters Cupar Hearts, while the other Hearts lost out 2-3 at Treaton Park to Lumphinnans United.
Star host Scotia in a local derby this Saturday.
In the Fife AFA all the local sides are once again on league duty.
In the Premier Division, Lomond Vics will be looking for back to back wins when they visit Dysart.
Division Two sees Leslie Hearts and Kirkcaldy Rovers meet for the second successive week, this time at Quarry Park.
Glenrothes Amateurs host Freuchie with Glenrothes Strollers on the road for a meeting with FC Bayside.
Balgonie Scotia await table toppers Benarty, who next season will be plying their trade in the Kingdom Caledonian set up.