Raith Rovers came from two goals down to earn a draw in the Fife derby against Cowdenbeath.
The Blue Brazil took the lead in the ninth minute as Lewis Milne latched on to Marc McKenzie's cut-back before calmly curling his effort into the bottom corner.
Grant Murray's side almost mounted an immediate response but Brian Graham could only bundle the ball wide after Thomas Flynn failed to gather David Smith's corner.
Rovers were made to pay when James Stevenson doubled the visitors' advantage from the penalty spot after being brought down by Laurence Ellis three minutes before the break.
Smith's cross picked out Douglas Hill who nodded in to halve the deficit five minutes after the interval.
The hosts completed their comeback three minutes later as Graham slipped in Greig Spence on the break, allowing the young striker to fire his 11th goal of the campaign.
Raith Rovers: Laidlaw, Mensing, Ellis, Hill (Donaldson 85), Malone, Grant Anderson, Walker, Hamill (Stuart Anderson 82), Smith, Graham, Spence (Clarke 58).
Subs Not Used: McGurn, Callachan.
Booked: Ellis,Mensing, Grant Anderson, Malone.
Goals: Hill 50, Spence 53.
Cowdenbeath: Flynn, Cowan, Armstrong, Mbu, Miller, McKenzie, O'Brien (Cameron 82), Milne, Stevenson, Brett, Coult (Navas 89).
Subs Not Used: Wight, Garcia-Rey, Linton.
Goals: Milne 9, Stevenson 42 pen.
Ref: Calum Murray