Fifers making up the goal difference

Kirsty Reilly helped herself to seven goals.
Kirsty Reilly helped herself to seven goals.

East Fife Ladies........................12


EAST Fife approached their game with Luthermuir having seen their title chances given a huge boost, with league toppers Falkirk dropping points to Jeanfield last weekend.

The league looks a three-way race between East Fife, Dunfermline and Falkirk, with the possibility of it being decided on goal difference.

East Fife are currently six goals behind Dunfermline and knew they needed to put goals beyond a Luthermuir side that they struggled to beat 1-0 in the first half of the season.

The Fifers started very brightly with Reilly finding the net after five minutes.

In an almost carbon-copy goal, Reilly put East Fife 2-0 up within 10 minutes.

The third goal came from McAllister.

Reilly was to add another great goal before half-time, getting her first hat-trick of the season, from left back.

Reilly was on fire and added more goals for the Fifers in the second half.

Anderson also got on the score sheet, with two free kicks.

Clark was next on the scoresheet when she stuck her left foot out at a Skivington drive that was heading wide and wrong-footed the keeper.

Ewa Woch finished the scoring after a scramble in the box.