Second Division leaders Cowdenbeath maintained their unbeaten home record as they played out a draw with Stenhousemuir.
The home side enjoyed the better of the opening 45 minutes but created little, with the best chance of the half falling to full-back Scott Linton, whose 25-yard free-kick curled wide of the post.
Stenny did managed to gain more of a foothold in the contest after the break but struggled to turn possession into chances.
Andy Rodgers sent a long-range effort over the crossbar and that proved to be the highlight in what was otherwise a half bereft of many attacking openings.
The result sees Cowdenbeath remain four points clear at the top of the league after closest challengers Arbroath were held at Stirling.
Cowdenbeath: Flynn, Linton, Armstrong, O'Brien, Adamson, McKenzie, Robertson, Cameron, Ramsay, Lyle (Cusack 64), Coult. Subs Not Used: Wilson, Fisher, Mbu, Miller.
Stenhousemuir: Brown, Lyle (Hamilton 82), McMillan, Devlin, McKinlay, Rodgers, Iain Thomson, Kean, Campbell, Deuchar, Gary Smith (Murray 71). Subs Not Used: Diamond, Lawson, Joe McCafferty.
Booked: Lyle, Iain Thomson, Kean.
Ref: Brian Colvin