A brace from Kevin Turner helped East Stirlingshire come from behind and move from the foot of the table with a victory over Peterhead.
The Blue Toon took the lead after just two minutes when a poor tackle from Shires Steven Jackson on Rory McAllister earned the away side a spot-kick.
McAllister stepped up and placed the ball into the bottom corner to net his sixth league goal of the season.
Turner bagged his first when his left-footed drive from inside the penalty area found the bottom corner to stun the visitors.
The home side went ahead five minutes into the second half thanks to a stunning strike from Turner, giving him his fourth goal of the season.
Peterhead's task to get back into the game became even harder when Scott Ross was given a straight red card after upending Nathan Shephard in the 58th minute.
East Stirlingshire: Hay, Hume, Miller, Jackson, Shepherd, McKernon, Hunter, Sean Kelly, Maxwell, Turner (Begg 89), Quinn (Greenhill 76). Subs Not Used: Gordon, Gillespie, Glasgow.
Booked: Hunter, Sean Kelly.
Goals: Turner 32, 51.
Peterhead: Jarvie, Sharp, Harding, Scott Ross, Noble, Strachan, Redman (Bavidge 38), Deasley, McLaughlin, McAllister (Kelly 72), Maguire (Ross Smith 59). Subs Not Used: McCallum, Winters.
Sent Off: Scott Ross (58). Booked: Strachan, Noble.
Goals: McAllister 2 pen.
Ref: Gavin Ross