A big game between Currie Star and Bonnyrigg Rose took place as they faced off in a division two match at Meggetland. Bonnyrigg dominated the first fifteen minutes with an all out attacking style before Currie made some attacking moves going into halftime. In the second half Bonnyrigg dominated as the team that is second in the league managed an impressive four goals against the home side winning the game confidently.
The game kicked off with a shot straight off the bat as an intercepted pass from the KO went to Marc McNulty who had a strike on the half volley but could only see the ball fly over the goal.
Dean Angus had a shot soon after as he cut inside from the left wing, hitting with his right but only managing the end result of an opposing goal kick.
The away side kept up with their dominant play as Dylan Waugh played a one two with Jack Clelland before trying shot across goal that failed to hit the target.
Alex Muir attempted to challenge the defence as he got on the receiving end of a cross from Clelland but could only get slight touch, missing the target and letting Currie off once again.
The best chance so far followed as Sam Gardner played a ball over the top for McNulty putting him one on one with keeper James Molyneux but a mis kick of the finish put the ball behind for an agonizing goal kick leaving Bonnyrigg wondering how they were not ahead.
Twenty minutes past and Currie started to get the ball forward as Ryan Cowan headed towards the goal, narrowly missing the goal from an Andrew Ingles corner.
The visitors broke the deadlock with a goal through Clelland who hit Currie on the counter, driving along the right wing before smashing the ball into roof of the net putting Bonnyrigg ahead in the competition at 1-0.
The hosts looked to strike back as a fairly long distance freekick was taken by Liam Livingston made keeper Cameron Duncan work but it was well caught in the end.
They came straight back as Livingston played a long ball from halfway into the box where a defender headed the ball in the air for Emilio Martone to try a thundering volley that could only go as far as a goal kick.
Bonnyrigg showed they were alert throughout the game as Clelland picked up on a defensive mistake but keeper Molyneux made a crucial tackle leaving Currie still at just a one goal deficit.
Just on the brace of halftime Currie managed to fit in an equaliser as Ingles played in a low corner form the left that Cowan flicked on into the bottom corner giving the home side an all square game into halftime.