Musselburgh Windsor came out on top with a convincing 9-0 win against Bonnyrigg Rose in this pre-season friendly played at Pinkie on what was a rather chilly morning.
The home side scored through Erin Archibald who claimed five, a double for Ellie Taylor with Leah Tweed and Lauren Mills claiming one apiece.
The visitors got the game underway and had no time to settle as they found themselves falling behind in just two minutes when Erin (Archie) Archibald dispossessed the Bonnyrigg player and drove into the box before firing home from six yards.
Musselburgh were on the attack again after the restart when Ellie Taylor picked up the ball on the right and cut inside but her advance was halted by a super tackle from Rebbecca Caulkwell.
The Musselburgh team looked the stronger from the start and Leah Tweed found Archie in the box but Courtney McDonald in the home goal produced a good save to palm the ball away from the danger area.
The home side doubled their lead on the 10th minute when Taylor picked the ball up and drove in from the right side of the box and blasted past McDonald who did get a hand to it but could not keep it out.
Five minutes later Archie had the ball in the Bonnyrigg net again to collect her second of the game on 15 minutes when she came in from the right and found the far corner.
Bonnyrigg did venture forward and Lori Brownwright was unlucky at the back post when Iona Sommerville just managed to clear the ball before she could get her shot away.
Musselburgh increased their lead two minutes after scoring their third when Tweed found the left hand corner of the visitors net with her finish.
Bonnyrigg where working hard but found the pace of the Musselburgh front players who looked dangerous every time they went forward but they did test Rebecca McCabe in the home goal when a free kick played in was met by Natasha Selkirk at the back post but McCabe saved well but she came close again minutes later when her shot went just past the far post.
Archie produced a great individual goal to complete her hat-trick on 21 minutes when she nipped in to nick the ball after the Bonnyrigg players indecision and ran in on goal from halfway in the opposition half to fire low in the centre of the goal which saw McDonald get something on it but again she could not divert the ball away from her goal.
Bonnyrigg kept plugging away and Aimee Dillworth found Natasha Selkirk with a good ball in from the right but her goal bound shot was blocked then Dillworth and Natasha Selkirk showed good combination play down the right.
Amber Brunton played in a corner from the left for the home side but the ball was missed by everyone and harmlessly went out for a goal kick.
Bonnyrigg were sitting deeper and deeper and were inviting the opposition onto them and needed to defend further up the park although Nicole Selkirk showed her defensive qualities when she shepherd the ball back to her keeper from another Musselburgh attack.
Musselburgh forced a trio of corners on the left but good defending from Ruth Gorman, Nicole Selkirk and Natalie Hastie made sure they did not concede anything.
Into the final minutes of the half and it was all hands to the pump for Bonnyrigg and Nicole Selkirk cleared the danger time and time again to stop Musselburgh increasing their lead before half time.