Cove Rangers and Turriff United grabbed late winners to beat the young sides of Premiership clubs in the Irn-Bru Cup.
Highland League champions Cove came from behind to beat Dundee U20s 2-1.
After defeat to Ross County, John Sheran made a number of changes but it only led to a disjointed first-half show.
Greg WARWICK opened the scoring after 30 minutes with a low effort that eluded keeper John McCafferty.
Forward Kevin BUCHAN failed to take a host of chances but made amends in the 78th minute with a scruffy, close-range equaliser.
And with just six minutes left, substitute Connor SCULLY headed a raking diagonal ball beyond Kyle Gourlay to complete the turn-around.
It was a deserved win after a second-half performance in which Cove provided all of the threat.
Buchan admitted his goal wasn’t one of his prettiest.
But the forward is still playing his way back to full fitness and is pleased to have his first for Cove.
He said: “There was no pressure on me, it was good to get 90 minutes and I just had to keep going. I thought ‘when the chance comes, just put it away’ and that’s what I did.”
The forward was also glad to see his new side show character to come back. He said: “It was a good result after a sticky first-half.
“We sat off them too much but in the second half, we squeezed right up.”
He added: “John just told us at half-time to get in their face, that would put more pressure on them and get them to make a mistake.
“That’s pretty much what happened and we got on top so it was a good second half.”
Meanwhile, Turriff United also sprang an upset to beat St Johnstone U20s 2-1 at McDiarmid Park.
Greg HURST notched for the hosts after 18 minutes.
But the Highland League side levelled as Ben MacKENZIE put into his own net six minutes after the break.
With four minutes left, David BOOTH struck to win it for Turriff.