Andrew Jackson was on target again for Brechin City as his double helped beat East Fife in their Division Two game at Glebe Park.
The 24-year-old striker had scored three goals for the Hedgemen already this season and scored another two in two minutes to get the hosts off to a flyer.
Scott Dalziel released Jackson to score the game's opener after 11 minutes and the former St Johnstone man made no mistake with a left-footed finish.
Brechin's number nine was on hand to double their advantage moments later with an almost identical finish.
Jackson almost secured his hat-trick soon after, but he had his 34th-minute strike tipped round the post by Fifers' goalkeeper Michael Brown.
Gareth Wardlaw gave the visitors the chance to rescue a late point when he headed Scott McBride's cross into the back of the net 12 minutes from the end, but Brechin held on.
Andrews, Jonathan Stewart, Brown, McLauchlan, Moyes, Ryan Stewart, Brady (Fusco 63), Molloy, McKenna (Carcary 87), Jackson, Dalziel. Subs Not Used: Nelson, Murdoch,Trouten.
Michael Brown, Cook, McCormack (McBride 64), Campbell, Wedderburn, Durie, Muir, Darren Smith, Robert Sloan, Paul McManus, Wardlaw. Subs Not Used: Collier, White, Ross Brown, Jamieson.