Hawick Royal Albert United's wait for win goes into fifth month following 4-0 defeat by table-toppers Glenrothes

Hawick Royal Albert United’s wait for their first win since July goes on following a 4-0 home defeat by East of Scotland Football League first division conference B table-toppers Glenrothes on Saturday.

Tuesday, 7th December 2021, 12:09 pm
Updated Tuesday, 7th December 2021, 12:09 pm
Hagen Steele on the ball for Hawick Royal Albert United against Glenrothes (Photo: Bill McBurnie)

A gulf of 13 league places and, at kick-off, 32 points proved be too big for manager Jordan Gracie’s side to bridge as their visitors put four goals past home keeper Sam Scott without reply at Albert Park.

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Dylan Honeyman, Fionn McLeod-Kay and Graeme Walker put the Fifers 3-0 up prior to half-time and Kyle Bell added a fourth after the break.

That loss leaves Hawick second bottom of the table with five points from 17 games.

Next up is a trip to eighth-placed Edinburgh South this coming Saturday, with kick-off at 2.30pm.