Nairn County fought back from a goal down to record a 3-1 home win over Huntly, with new signing Scott Davidson netting on his debut for the Wee County.
Manager Ronnie Sharp said: “We had all the early chances but Huntly goalkeeper Euan Storrier kept them in it with some terrific saves.
“We were caught cold with the first goal and from the equaliser we gained confidence and stepped up our performance.
“Getting to 3-1 clinched it for us and it looked pretty convincing in the end.”
Sharp admitted a tactical change was needed after conceding an early goal.
He added: “We had to switch to four at the back after going a goal down and it worked well.
“Kenny McKenzie played well following the switch in the centre of the park and got on the scoresheet for the second goal.”
Huntly went ahead in the ninth minute when Ross Still lifted a pass into the path of Nathan Meres, who made it two goals in as many games with a low drive.
Nairn were awarded a penalty for a foul on Max Ewan by Bradley Manson and Nairn captain Adam Porritt squeezed the spot-kick inside the post to level the score.
Tempers flared in the Huntly technical area following the equaliser, with manager Martin Skinner cautioned.
Five minutes after the interval, Nairn went in front when midfielder Kenny McKenzie fired low inside the post.
Glenn Main almost killed the game off on the hour mark but a block from Storrier kept out the forward.
Glenn Murison came close to equalising but the on-loan Will Counsell tipped the midfielder’s shot over the bar.
With 15 minutes left, Davidson, who joined from Brora, got the winner.
Huntly boss Skinner said: “It wasn’t a penalty and it does affect the game as it’s a massive turning point and our momentum is gone. Nairn have gone in at the break with their tails up then come out and five minutes later are 2-1 up.”