It was Brechin City who enjoyed the best day on Saturday as their 2-1 victory over Stenhousemuir allowed them to leapfrog rivals Forfar Athletic into third place, writes Scott Binnie.
Colin McMenamin put the Warriors ahead at Glebe Park after three minutes with a tidy finish.
But Andy Jackson levelled inside 20 minutes before Paul McLean net the winner in the second half.
City move into third in League One on 45 points, four behind leaders Stranraer and three behind Morton with a game in hand.
The Loons’ away day blues continued as they were beaten 1-0 by Ayr United.
Jordan Preston got the game’s only goal from 25 yards in the first half of an encounter dominated by torrential rain and high winds.
Forfar slip to fourth on goal difference but remain nine points clear of fifth-placed Airdrieonians.
Arbroath staged a stunning comeback in League Two as they hit three goals in 22 minutes to draw 3-3 with Elgin City.
City had led 3-0 thanks to a brace from Shane Sutherland - goals coming either side of half time - and a strike from Brian Cameron.
Paul McManus then pulled one back with a headed effort that looked like it might just be a consolation effort.
However Ricky Little fired home to make it 3-2 before Bobby Linn grabbed the equaliser with just two minutes left to play.
The Lichties are down to third in the league after Albion Rovers’ 2-0 win over Berwick Rangers, but Arbroath have one game in hand over the Rovers while they have two in hand on second-placed Queen’s Park.
Montrose look destined for the relegation play-offs after they went down 2-0 at Clyde.
A Garry Wood own goal after half time put the Bully Wee in front before Scott Ferguson headed home from close range after 80 minutes.
The Gable Endies are five points behind ninth-placed East Stirlingshire but the Shire have played two games less.
Brechin were due to play Dunfermline Athletic at Glebe Park last night (Tuesday) while Arbroath host East Stirling tonight (Wednesday).
On Saturday, Brechin face Airdrieonians, Forfar play Morton and Montrose host Arbroath.