The playing surface was heavy from the overnight rain and a ten minutes heavy shower prior to kick off only added to the difficult playing surface.
BSC were intent on maintaining their position at the top of the league and virtually finished the game in the first three minutes when they took a two nil lead.
After only two minutes slack defending by the Vale defence resulted in Redpath firing a well place shot high passed Gilpin.
After regaining control of the ball from the kick off BSC marched up the park and some nice footwork from Jack Smith resulted in him slotting the ball pass Gilpin for the second in the 3rd minute.
Vale were now under pressure and although weathering the storm, BSC were showing why they are top of the league.
BSC pressure paid of again in the 20th minute when Grehen found himself alone in the corner of the box and hit an excellent well placed shot into the top of Gilpin’s goal.
The first half finished with BSC still in the ascendancy.
Vale made some position changes at half time, with Ali Smith being put up front.
However, BSC continued to be dominant and increased their lead in the 55 minutes, when after some slack defending Graham hit a shot from outside the box which evaded everyone and ended up in the back of the net.
Vale then suffered a period of sustained pressure where they were lucky not to concede another goal.
Vale were still trying to play football, but BSC were superior throughout and the experience in their team was evident for everyone to see.
BSC will be thereabout at the end of the season if they continue with this form.
Vale Man of the Match was Sean Stewart as selected by Graeme Ellis of One Stop Gardening, the match sponsor.