Cove Rangers manager John Sheran was pleased with their performance after beating Wick Academy 3-1.
Mitch Megginson, Paul McManus and Jonny Smith scored at Harmsworth Park after Sam Mackay had given the Scorries the lead in the Highland League encounter.
Sheran was happy with the display in their penultimate league game ahead of Saturday’s League Two play-off clash with Spartans.
He said: “It was a great performance from the players, they played really well.
“Playing up the hill against Wick at Harmsworth Park in the first half is always really difficult. So to come back from 1-0 down was a good performance.
“In the last few weeks we’ve had to chop and change a lot because of the amount of games we’ve had.
“But we were a bit more like ourselves on Saturday in terms of the guys that started the game. We had two young lads in Cameron Milne and Sam Robertson in the full-back areas and they did really well.
“It appears that we have come through without any injuries. I’m happy with that and I’m happy with the performance.”
Elsewhere, Formartine United took another step towards securing second place with a 12-0 win over Fort William at North Lodge Park.
Scott Barbour scored five, Connor Gethins made it back to back hat-tricks as he got another treble.
Graeme Rodger bagged a brace while Andrew Greig and Kieran Lawrence were also on the scoresheet.
The victory means if Formartine beat Wick on Saturday they will finish second in the league.
Huntly’s season ended in disappointment as they were beaten 1-0 by Brora Rangers at Dudgeon Park. A late own goal from Black and Golds defender Chris Hay gave the Cattachs all three points.
Deveronvale beat Nairn County 2-1 at Princess Royal Park. The visitors took the lead courtesy of Jordan MacRae’s goal, but the Banffers hit back through Robert Scott and Graeme Watt.