East Stirlingshire scored three times in the last 20 minutes to beat Stirling Albion and secure their first victory of the season.
The visitors had to play with 10 men for the majority of the game after Scott Davidson was shown a red card for violent conduct in the 27th minute.
However, the 10 men went ahead 10 minutes into the second half.
Mark Ferry collected Graham Weir's pass in his stride before drilling a left-footed effort past visiting goalkeeper Grant Hay.
Scott Maxwell equalised for Shire with a low drive from just inside the penalty area in the 70th minute.
David Greenhill then headed the home side into the lead 11 minutes later.
Nathan Shepherd secured the three points in stoppage time as he found the top corner of Mark Peat's goal.
East Stirlingshire: Hay, Jackson, Miller (Shepherd 48), Dunlop, Sean Kelly, Herd (Begg 79), Devlin (Hume 86), Hunter, Maxwell, Turner, Greenhill. Subs Not Used: Craig Gordon, Glasgow.
Booked: Herd, Sean Kelly.
Goals: Maxwell 70, Greenhill 81, Shepherd 90.
Stirling Albion: Peat, McGeachie, Thom, Allison, Ashe, Flood (Day 61), McCulloch (McCunnie 69), McSorley, Ferry, Graham Weir (Steven Weir 75), Davidson. Subs Not Used: Filler, Clark.
Sent Off: Davidson (27). Booked: Thom, Flood, Steven Weir.
Goals: Ferry 55.
Ref: Gavin Duncan