HILL of Beath Hawthorn's very good season last term is underlined by the fact that three of their front men ended up in the top ten scorers and manager John Mitchell will be looking for former Cowdenbeath player Ryan Connelly to add to that firepower.

The team's Daniel Watt scored 12 league goals in the East of Scotland Premier Division while Lewis Elder hit 1.

Speedster Calum Adamson hit nine in what turned out to be a curtailed campaign.

The signing of Connelly from Cowden, who spent a lot of time out on loan at Broughty Athletic last season where he was a regular marksman, will give the Haws that extra bit of firepower for the 18 team top division next term.

Meanwhile Dundonald Bluebell also had two players in the top ten strikers in the Premiership. Calum Smith and Sturt Cargill both hit ten as the 'Bell also had a very useful season, while Crossgates Primrose's Scott Lawrie hit 11.

The top ten EoS League strike list was, Kayne Paterson Newtongrange Star 18; Darren Downie Musselburgh Athletic 14, Stephen MacDonald

Tranent 14; Dean Ballantyne Dunbar United 13; Daniel Watt Hill of Beath Hawthorn 12; Mathu King Musselburgh Athletic 11; Lewis Elder

Hill of Beath Hawthorn 11; Scott Lawrie Crossgates Primrose 11; Danny Campbell Blackburn United 10; Calum Smith Dundonald Bluebell 10; Stuart Cargill Dundonald Bluebell 10; Brian Morgan Bo'ness United 9; Alan Docherty Camelon 9; Calum Adamson Hill of Beath Hawthorn 9; Alexander Miller Broxburn Athletic 9.