Scottish league two roundup: Top two both win as title race remains close
The top two in League Two both won away from home to keep the gap in the title race at just one point.
Leaders Forfar were convincing 3-0 winners at Stirling Albion, while Arbroath came from behind to win 5-2 at Annan.
Elgin City came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Berwick Rangers.
Bottom club Cowdenbeath picked up three crucial points with a 1-0 win over second from bottom Clyde, while Montrose beat Edinburgh City 3-0.
Jim Lister opened the scoring for Forfar in the 14th minute before two goals from Danny Denholm either side of half-time wrapped up the points.
Ryan McCord gave Arbroath a second minute lead, but although Annan had Steve Swinglehurst dismissed, Peter Weatherson and Jordan Stewart edged them ahead.
Steven Doris levelled three minutes before half-time and he went on to net a hat-trick, with Bryan Prunty also getting on the scoresheet.
Greg Rutherford and Aaron Murrell both scored within a minute to give Berwick a two-goal lead at Elgin.
However, Thomas Reilly pulled a goal back just before the interval and Brian Cameron earned them a point with an 82nd-minute effort.
Andrew Stevens, Paul Watson and Aiden O'Brien got the goals which gave Montrose a comfortable home win over Edinburgh City.
Dale Carrick's 52nd-minute winner at Central Park moved Cowdenbeath to within a point of their opponents Clyde.