Cowdenbeath went down to a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Berwick at Shielfield on Saturday, but not for the want of trying.
League 2 leaders Albion were comfortable winners at Central Park on Saturday, consigning Cowden to their third successive league defeat.
A Chris Templeman goal gave Montrose an important win and extended their lead at the top of the table to four points.
A stoppage- time equaliser from veteran striker Chris Templeman sent Montrose home delighted after playing second fiddle to Peterhead for the entire 90 minutes.
Billy Brown admits Cowden’s lack of goal threat is killing them after they suffered their fourth 1-0 defeat in eight games.
Montrose slipped to a second successive home defeat, this time at the hands of Stirling Albion, who go above the Links Park side and into fifth spot in League Two.
Brechin went down to their heaviest defeat of the season, losing 6-1 at Alloa, who clinched the runners-up spot in the League One table.
Six points to play for. Two games to go. One point the difference at the top of the table.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie was in no mood to look for excuses after his side lost at home to Annan to slip eight points behind the Borders outfit in the race for a play-off spot.
Forfar boss Gary Bollan is confident his team’s winless streak will end soon after they battled for a point at Elgin.