Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie hailed his players after they beat Brora Rangers to end a run of five defeats in a row.
The Broch triumphed 3-1 at Dudgeon Park. The Cattachs went ahead through Mark Nicolson but strikes from Ryan Cowie, Greg Buchan and Bryan Hay won the Buchan team the points.
The result means the Bellslea outfit will finish fourth and gain qualification for next season’s Irn-Bru Cup if they win their last two games.
Cowie said: “That was definitely what the character of the club is all about.
“Even after 90 minutes they were pressing Brora and they were hungry and wanting the ball.
“I think at 1-0 our keeper Peter Tait kept us in the game with a couple of fine saves.
“But after that we dominated the game and in the second half we were in control so I have to be pleased with that.
“We were hungrier than them and I think we deserved the win because we dominated large chunks of the game.
“When we had chances we took them and at the back we didn’t take any risks.
“I’ve got to be pleased especially with the way things have been in our last few games.
“The character of the guys showed, to go up to Brora on a Wednesday night and produce a performance like that is very pleasing.
“They’ve taken flak in the last few weeks but now they deserve praise.”