Edusport Academy kept up their challenge at the top of the league table last Saturday by beating Mid Annandale by two goals to one at Lockerbie.
Two minutes from the break Toure scored for the visitors, but their lead was shortlived however, with Nathan Muir levelling the match from the penalty spot. With the result in the balance Clement found the winner ten minutes from the final whistle to give Edu three valuable points.
St Cuthbert Wanderers also kept up their winning ways with a 10-2 thumping of Nithsdale Wanderers. Craig Rudd scored twice on the first half to add to singles from a trialist and Adam Johnstone with William Hynd finding the net for the visitors.
Rudd completed his hat trick in the second-half with Struan Parker adding a double with one each from Sam Warren, Raymond Gordon and Andrew Donley completing the rout although Nithsdale did manage to add a second goal.
Abbey Vale pulled off a superb result against Heston Rovers by winning by 3-1 while Upper Annandale beat Fleet Star 4-2 at Gatehouse.
League champions Wigtown and Bladnoch beat Lochar Thistle by the odd goal on five while Creetown recorded the result of the day by beating high flying Crichton 6-3. Ross Landers scored a hat trick for the Ferrytoon side with Craig Herries scoring two and Matthew Deszly adding a single.