EAST Kilbride maintained their challenge with a 4-1 win over top four rivals Selkirk at a windy Yarrow Park.

Michael Anderson, Adam Strachan, Martin McBride and David Proctor were all on target.

Manager Billy Stark said: “Selkirk have had a great start to the season we knew it was going to be tough.

“The wind made it even more difficult but our concentration levels were excellent and we defended well when they came at us.

“That was a good three points for us.”

Ciaren Chalmers netted the home team’s consolation.

BSC Glasgow remain a point clear at the top after Jack Smith and Gary Redpath both scored in the 2-0 win over Stirling University at the Indodrill Stadium.

Spartans had to come from behind at Galabank to stay second.

Ross Allum cancelled out Thomas Garnier’s opener for Edusport Academy, before Jamie Dishington netted the late winner.

Billy Miller scored twice as Gala Fairydean Rovers netted three goals in four minutes to beat Cumbernauld Colts 4-3 at Netherdale.

The midfielder said: “We haven’t been doing well lately and we needed the win badly.

“It wasn’t looking good when we went 3-1 down but we showed great character to come back and win the game.”

Darren Smith and Stuart Noble also scored for the home team.

William Mortimer, Craig Murray and Sean Brown were on target for Colts.

Gretna moved up to fourth after Liam Studholme’s early strike gave them a 1-0 win over East Stirlingshire at Ochilview.

Whitehill Welfare beat Dalbeattie Star 3-0 at Ferguson Park with Jack Wright, Connor McGregor and Lee Barret all netting for Gary Small’s team.

Vale of Leithen manager Chris Anderson paid tribute to striker Sean Stewart following his side’s 2-0 victory over Civil Service Strollers at Victoria Park.

He said: “Sean scored one and he also won us a penalty. He has bundles of quality and deserves all the credit he gets.”

Kerr Allan was Vale’s other scorer.

In the basement battle Nathan Evans netted twice as Edinburgh University beat Hawick Royal Albert 2-0 at Peffermill.