Brechin City fought back from two goals down to claim a draw against Stenhousemuir in a match that featured two red cards.
Alan Trouten's early strike gave the visitors the lead but Mark Corcoran tucked away a Greg Ross cross to level.
A mix-up in the Brechin defence led to Graham Hay prodding the ball past his own goalkeeper after the break and John Gemmell's volley stretched Stenny's advantage.
However, Ewan Moyes poked the ball into the top-right of the hosts' goal and David McKenna completed the comeback seven minutes later when his 25-yard strike flew into the net.
City were reduced to 10 men when Gary Fusco received a second booking and Gemmell was also dismissed, his elbow on Hay resulting in a straight red card.
Stenhousemuir: Reidford, Ross, Buist, Mbu, McKinlay (Iain Thomson 43), Hodge (Kean 84), Rowson, Dickson, Smith, Gemmell, Corcoran (Ferguson 76). Subs Not Used: Shaw, Reid.
Sent Off: Gemmell (90). Booked: Buist, Ross.
Goals: Corcoran 20, Hay 55 og, Gemmell 63.
Brechin: Andrews, McLauchlan, Hay, Moyes, Paul McLean, Trouten, Fusco, Jonathan Stewart, Carcary (Ryan Stewart 66), Jackson, McKenna (Brady 84). Subs Not Used: Nelson, Brown, Murdoch.
Sent Off: Fusco (82). Booked: McLauchlan, Moyes, Fusco, Trouten.
Goals: Trouten 6, Moyes 70, McKenna 77.
Ref: David Somers