My thanks to Andy Penman for the match reportDunbar 0 Penicuik 4Dunbar United:John Johnstone, Steven Kean, Steven Tait, Zach Szemis, James Harley, Chris Moffat, Kieran Ingram, Lloyd Fiddler, Dean Ballantyne, Darren Handling, Liam Peden. Subs: Darren McCraw, Chris Gordon, Darren McTernan, Sam Young, Darren Gillon, Trialist, Liam McCathie.Penicuik Athletic :-Thomas Cordery, Wayne Sproule, Ryan Baptie, Darrell Young, Greg Page, Callum Connelly, Scott McCrory-Irving, Sam Jones, Wayne McIntosh, Lumbert Kateleza, Arran Ponton. Subs: Kyle Sampson, Dean Crabbe, John Williams, Trialist.Penicuik travelled to meet Dunbar in a competitive fixture for the first time in six years looking to make it eleven wins out of eleven in a Conference A against a home side with Top 5 ambitions. At a dreich New Countess Park Manager Milne made just one change from the 4-0 win over Newtongrange Star as Sproule replaced Caddow at full back. The visitors started quickly with only the threat of the long ball and the pace of Ballantyne and Handling giving Dunbar any early escape from the pressure and after Ryan Baptie rattled the upright from a free kick in the 14th minute and saw the rebound netted by Kateleza but ruled out for offside it only took the visitors another five minutes to go in front as that man MCINTOSH made it 25 for the season as he pounced at a corner to fire home a loose ball. Penicuik were dominating possession and in the 24th minute a great passing move down the left saw McIntosh just fail to apply the finishing touch to McCrory-Irving’s cross. A minute later Baptie’s fee kick was blocked by the wall and McCrory-Irving fed Kateleza who saw his shot blocked for another corner. Just before the half hour mark a superb Young past found McIntosh one on one with the keeper but Johnstone pulled off a great save to thwart the striker. The 31st minute saw a Page header from a corner blocked on the line and an offside decision denied Kateleza six minutes later. However, the visitors weren’t to be denied and two minutes before half time KATELEZA picked up a loose ball from a corner, skipped past a Dunbar challenge and fired low into the net past Johnstone.Half Time: Dunbar 0 Penicuik 2There was a frantic start to the second half with tackles going unpunished as Dunbar attempted to get back in the match and with 55 minutes gone they forced Cordery into his first real action of the match as he saved from a Harley header. After a flurry of substitutions on the hour mark Penicuik created again as Jones saw his shot well saved by Johnstone after been set up by Crabbe. The visitors went three up in the 69th minute as a Baptie free kick ended up in the top corner net aided by a deflection off HANDLING’S head for an own goal. With just over ten minutes left McCrory-Irving had two efforts on goal saved by Johnstone before the home side had their only real spell of attacking pressure as Cordery saved from McCraw and Young but there was time left for CRABBE to get his first Penicuik goal with three minutes left as he controlled a ball into the box and slotted it over the onrushing keeper.Final Score: Dunbar 0 Penicuik 4Penicuik maintain their 100% Conference A record with 11 wins from 11 outings and face Broxburn Athletic at Penicuik Park on Saturday in the 3rd Round of the Football Nation Qualifying Cup.