A windswept Redhall Park produced a game that saw both teams, despite the horrible conditions, give a battling performance to claim a share of the points.
The opening minutes of this match saw both teams create good chances. Firstly Redhall Star from a corner and Livingston FCBC from a shot narrowly going wide of the back post.
Livingston had the strong wind in their favor in the first half and a long pass found Fraser Paterson out wide right. He played the ball in for Michael Shanks to open the scoring with five minutes played.
Redhall were next to threaten when Ryan Palmer won a corner. The resulting ball in found its way back to Palmer who hit a fine shot across goal but Deryn Russell cleared for Livingston.
Shanks was unlucky not possibly double his sides advantage when it looked like he had timed his run perfectly. But he was judged offside and he would have been one on one with Green in the Redhall goal. Ten minutes in and this match was being played at a hectic pace as both teams fought for supremacy.
A Redhall corner saw a great ball played in by Adam Shortiss. It was met by Robertson, who saw his effort hit the post.
Livingston should have doubled their lead in the twentieth minute. Darragh Hunt found himself free at the back post but failed to hit the target with his effort. A chance gone a begging for the visitors.
Livingston showed the power of the wind and the advantage it could when their midfielder hit a sweet strike from the half way line leaving Green's finger stinging after he tipped it over the bar.
Redhall, despite the disadvantage of the win, had the next opportunity from a free kick twenty yards out on the left. Samuel Donachie was unlucky just to see his header go over the bar after a floated ball in from Shortiss. The impressive Shortiss was involved again as his pass was beatifully controlled by Blair Salvona. He whipped in a ball right across the face of goal which seemingly caught the Redhall players unaware, squandering a great chance to get on level terms.
Livingston were turning up the heat in the closing minutes of the half with both Matt Crosbie and Paul Campbell testing Green in the Redhall goal.
It looked like Redhall would go into half time one goal behind despite the intense pressure. But added on time saw Livingston double their lead when poor defending from the home side allowed Brandon Murray all the time and space he wanted in the box to pick his spot.