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Gary Oliver’s late winner sent Falkirk closer to Scottish League One promotion and kept their quest for invincibility intact after a 2-1 comeback win at Stirling.

The Bairns are runaway leaders but had to come from behind as Paul McLean’s deflected effort put Stirling ahead.

But Callum Morrison levelled before half-time and then Oliver struck in the 88th minute to seal another win for unbeaten Falkirk.

Hamilton remain 17 points behind them in second after Ahkeem Rose’s goal gave them a 1-0 win over stricken Edinburgh City.

A strong first-half display from third-placed Montrose set them up for a 4-1 win at Cove Rangers.

Kane Hester’s double and Graham Webber’s penalty put them 3-0 up after 32 minutes, with Blair Lyons adding a fourth after the break and Connor Scully pulling one back for the hosts.

Alloa eased to three points with a 3-0 win over Kelty Hearts, while second-bottom Annan beat Queen of the South 2-1.

League Two leaders Stenhousemuir were held to a goalless draw by third-placed The Spartans.

The champions elect failed to score in the league for the first time since August but are 15 points clear.

Peterhead did cut that lead with a 2-0 win over Stranraer thanks to first-half goals from Connor O’Keefe and Kieran Shanks.

East Fife kept their play-off hopes alive with a 3-2 win over Dumbarton, with Forfar beating bottom club Clyde 2-1 and Elgin running out 1-0 victors over Bonnyrigg Rose.