Cove Rangers stayed in second place in the Highland League with a 3-0 win over Forres Mechanics.
The Mosset Park victory was secured thanks to Connor Scully’s goal and a double from Mitch Megginson.
Cove manager John Sheran said: “Forres are always a bit of a handful so we’re just happy to have escaped with three points.
“They’re always pretty well organised and are a danger from set-pieces so I thought we coped pretty well and played some good football.
“We had no failures. Everybody played really well so we’re happy with the performance.”
Buckie Thistle kept their unbeaten run going with a 9-2 demolition of Deveronvale at Princess Royal Park.
John McLeod, Andy Low and Lewis Mackinnon all bagged braces with Stuart Taylor, Sam Urquhart and a Lewis Dunbar own goal completing the scoring for the Jags.
The result keeps Graeme Stewart’s men five points clear at the top of the table.
Fraserburgh won 1-0 at Wick thanks to Paul Campbell’s strike.
Turriff United lost 3-2 away to Fort William. Glen Fell, Scott Davidson and Iain Foggo’s goals put the game beyond Ross Jack’s side despite captain Cammy Bowden scoring twice.
Huntly were defeated 2-0 by Clach at Christie Park. Fraser Robertson and Stuart Leslie scored.
Keith went down 6-0 at Brora with Steven Ross grabbing a hat-trick.
Lossiemouth won 2-1 at Strathspey Thistle courtesy of Shawn Scott and Martin Charlesworth, while Nairn County beat Rothes 3-0 at Station Park with Gary Kerr bagging two and Ross Naismith one.