The Hi Hi’s followed up their home draw with a hard working Inverkeithing Swifts side, by taking all three points in another hard fought match against Oakley United in Fife last Saturday. Conditions were far from ideal with a very soft playing surface and a very strong wind. As has often happened this season, manager Scott Bonar was without no fewer than six players and could only list four substitutes. Oakley had been a tough nut ot crack at Millfield earlier in the season and with the conditions far from ideal another close encounter looked in prospect. The Hi Hi’s faithful saw their side come flying out of the traps and two goals in the first eight minutes suggested it could be a big win. Ali Simpson headed in the first and then another header from Gabri Auriemma increased the lead. But a goal from the home side minutes later brought them back into the game. It was 2 1 at half time but Haddington restored their two goal lead on the hour mark when Dylan Tait scored from the spot after the home goalkeeper impeded Guy McGarry. The visitors had chances to put the game beyond their opponents, and substitute Dale O’Hara rattled the bar. However with the strong wind at their backs, Oakley never gave up and when ‘keeper Campbell McLellan was beaten by a speculative shot that just dipped in in the 90th minute, the visitors had to see out a tricky few minutes.