Cumbernauld Colts got their first win of the season as they ran rampant against Falkirk FCF White, who are still looking for their first win.
Colts had their foot on the gas from the offset, enjoying most of the possession between the two sides as they tried to break down the Falkirk defence early on.
Striker Jamie Connelly spearheaded the Colts attack and was the danger man for majority of the game as he created two chances for himself early on, only to be denied by Falkirk keeper Iain Perry, who came to his sides rescue on several occasions.
Despite Perry's best efforts, Cumbernauld made the breakthrough inside twenty minutes as Marc Smith played a ball from the right into the box which fell to Jon Millerick, who tussled with the Falkirk defenders before stabbing the ball home from six - yards out.
Cumbernauld had the chance to double their lead shortly after as Smith played the ball through to Connelly, who blazed the ball over the bar from six - yards out.
Falkirk made Cumbernauld pay for squandering this chance as against the run of play, Falkirk managed to pull one back. Cumbernaulf played a high line for much of the first half, which Conor Little took advantage of as he broke through down the right wing, before lofting a perfectly waited ball to the back - post which Ewan Buchanan side footed into the bottom right corner.
The score didn't remain level for long thanks to Connelly. The Colts striker broke through on goal from a lofted ball over the top, despite missing a few chances earlier on, Connelly dispatched this one with ease, putting it through Perry's legs.
Within 5 minutes Cumbernauld were two goals up, Connellly managed to latch on to a through ball from Smith and dispatched his second in the same manner as his first.