Deveronvale came from two goals down to record a 3-2 win over Huntly.
The hosts got off to a great start when Alexander Thoirs’ long throw forced a save by Rhys Fyfe from Adam McNamee’s header, the ball was cleared and Huntly quickly gained possession and David Booth got in behind his marker to fire low and wide past Fyfe.
Huntly joy turned to woe when Neale Davidson was stretchered off in the 5th minute.
In the 16th minute Ian Cruickshank played a ball over the top of Craig Simpson and David Booth got goal side of the full back before beating Fyfe with a great chipped shot.
Midway through the half Vale got back into the game when a free kick out on the right from Kyle Rae was met by the head of Liam Forbes who powered home a great header.
In the 66th minute the visitors drew level after a quick break down the right saw the ball worked into the box and Sean Keith bundled in from close range.
Eleven minutes from time Mark Lawson lost out in the middle of the park and after a quick break, Colin Charlesworth’s shot in off the post crept into the net almost in slow motion to give Vale all three points.