Two late goals secured Brechin City victory at Stirling Albion in the Scottish Second Division.
The hosts opened the scoring on 33 minute with Gary Thom's cross converted by Mark Ferry at close range.
But Ferry scored an own goal eight minutes into the second half to level the scores, inadvertently putting Bryan Hodge's corner past goalkeeper Callum Reidford.
Albion then benefitted from an own goal as they regained the lead with Brechin's Paul McLean turning the ball into his own net after good play by Alan Cook.
But the visitors levelled again on 83 minutes through Bryan Hodge's 30-yard drive.
And Rory McKenzie fired Brechin's winner after colelcting Hodge's pass inside the area.
Stirling: Reidford, Thom, Allison, Dillon, Smith (Cook 69), McSorley, Ferry, Crawley (Jacobs 46), Weir, Kelbie (McLeish 69), Davidson. Subs Not Used: Filler, Gavin McPherson.
Goals: Ferry 33, McLean 75 og.
Brechin: Scott, McLean, Dunlop, Buist, Hodge, Fusco (Lister 35), Brady, Moyes, Molloy, McKenzie, McManus (McKenna 69). Subs Not Used: Nelson, McClune, Lindsay.
Booked: Buist, Moyes.
Goals: Ferry 53 og, Hodge 83, McKenzie 87.
Ref: William Collum