East Fife kept their grip on top spot on Saturday by trouncing Stirling Albion 6-0 on their own patch.
It was another impressive 90 minutes from a side which has been beaten just twice since the turn of the year.
That form has put East Fife three points clear of the chasing pack, and with a goal difference which is worth another.
Boss Gary Naysmith has already shifted his focus to seeing off Queen’s Park, one of the few sides who can realistically catch the Fifers, when they meet on Saturday.
“It was a really good day’s work,” said the gaffer.
“I’m not trying to play it down to the players because I want them to be proud of coming to Stirling and winning 6-0, but at the end of the day it’s still three points,” he said.
“Now I go and get in the car and phone the scout to ask what formation Queen’s Park were playing because they did a job on us last time (when Queen’s won 3-0) and have beaten us twice.”
East Fife started with a real intent. Kevin Smith picked out Ross Brown eight yards from goal and, although he needed two shots at it, the Fife midfielder managed to squeeze his effort past Chris Smith.
Smith got his name on the scoresheet with a lob.
The Fifers were kept at bay for the rest of the half.
But, ominously, the Fifers had top scorer Nathan Austin perched, ready to make an impact from the bench.
He had barely been on the park a few minutes when he notched East Fife’s third.
Stirling were being run ragged and Austin, who will play his football next season in the Championship with Falkirk, headed home another.
Stevie Campbell dribbled his way into the Stirling box before side-footing past Smith to add number five, before Ali Coote came off the bench and wrapped up the win.