THE Blue Brazil stunned Lowland League leaders East Kilbride for their first away win of the campaign.

A goal four minutes from time from Sam Newman saw Cowdenbeath shock the hosts at K Park on Saturday.

Newman had missed the midweek defeat to his parent club Spartans after being a mainstay in Maurice Ross’s side this season but returned in style to score his first goal for the club.

Kilby cling onto the top spot while Cowden moved back into 14th place just behind a cluster of clubs in the middle of the table.

With five minutes gone East Kilbride captain Gary Miller floated a free kick into the box but the danger was headed clear by Iain Davidson.

In the 20th minute Davidson slotted the ball to Carlos Lyon but the big striker sent his shot over the bar.

Just after the half hour an inviting ball into the Cowden box saw Joao Victoria fail to connect while four minutes from the break Cami Russell sent a shot past the post.

As the first half drew to a close both sides had their chances to take the lead. Cami Elliot sent a header just wide, while Jordan Armstrong’s header from a Bisland corner was cleared by a home defender, while just short of the whistle Ruddy saved from Elliot.

Two minutes into the second half Bisland appeared to be in an offside position but the assistant referee's flag stayed down but his shot was blocked by keeper Adam McLean, the ball eventually fell to Stuart Love but sent his shot over the bar.

Reece McGuire then headed just over while sub Kyle Munro fired a shot just wide of goal.

With 13 minutes remaining Daniel Martins got on the end of a Bisland corner but sent his header wide.

McGuire then sent an angled shot across the face of the Cowden goal. Love then sent a shot over the bar.

With seven minutes to go the home side's Jonathan Page was sent off for a rash tackle on Love.

A minute later the winning goal came when Love sent a cross from the right to the back post for Newman to head home from close range.