Queen's Park came from two goals down to secure their first point of the season in a thrilling 3-3 draw against Elgin.
Two goals for Anthony Quinn and one for substitute Joao Pereira Vitoria was enough to salvage a draw for the league's bottom side.
Elgin opened the scoring after Dennis Wyness' tapped the ball home from Ally MacKenzie's drilled low cross. And the visitors lead was doubled just six minutes later, MacKenzie again with the assist, this time for Craig Gunn.
The bottom club got a goal back when Quinn scored from the spot but Elgin reclaimed their two-goal cushion when Paul Harkings netted their third from
A second for Quinn, this time a header, reduced the deficit again to send the home team into half-time trailing 3-2.
In a tense second 45, it was Vitoria who made the vital contribution to salvage a point for struggling Queen's Park, slotting home from close range with 15 minutes remaining.