Montrose boss Stewart Petrie hailed his side’s first half performance as the best they have played all season.
Harvey Swann ensured that personal and refereeing wrongs were put right as his spot-kick earned Cowdenbeath a draw – even though his legs were shaking when he did it.
Brechin City have confirmed the appointment of former Celtic and Dundee United defender Mark Wilson as manager.
Montrose boss Paul Hegarty called on his players to accept responsibility for a “poor and inept performance” against Elgin City.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is looking for his players to make a positive start to their League 2 campaign against Annan today – and show the rest of the teams in the division that the Glebe is a venue to be feared this season.
Montrose hoisted themselves into the play-off places with a hard-fought victory at Berwick.
You can argue whether finishing bottom of the SPFL and winning a survival play-off for the second year running is an achievement for Cowdenbeath but it certainly felt like one in the Central Park sun.
Dundee returned from a week off to comfortably beat League 2 side Arbroath at Gayfield.
Stevie Campbell is hoping that a bleak week for Brechin will end on a positive note when they travel through to Cliftonhill to face Albion Rovers today.
It will be a case of the same again from Cowdenbeath when they travel to Annan.