Mark Wilkins (left) gives Fauldhouse the lead and celebrates with Kenny MartinGet the biggest stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailFauldhouse United tightened their grip on the Premier League’s top spot with a win over promotion rivals Oakley United at Parkview, writes Stuart Milne.Mark Wilkins, Clark Campbell and Kenny Martin gave the hosts a comfortable 3 0 lead before Oakley grabbed a late consolation goal.Fauldhouse manager Davey Cowan praised his team’s second half performance after a sticky start.”Oakley are a good side with good experience about them, they kept their shape well and made it difficult for us,” he said.”They’re quite good at slowing the game down. We like to play at a tempo, so it was tough.”I asked the boys at half time to give us more, I thought we still had more in the tank.”After a cautious opening, both sides traded their first scoring chances around the 15 minute mark. Craig Chilton’s close range effort was charged down by Oakley keeper Michael Burgess, before his counterpart Andy Murphy parried a volley from Alan McDonagh at the other end.Fauldhouse took the lead in controversial fashion 40 minutes in after a tackle by Gary Fallon on McDonagh which left the Oakley player in visible discomfort for several minutes.

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