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Walker could have done better for Elgin’s second goal, however, after he failed to stop Jamie Reid’s effort from creeping into the corner on 24 minutes.Chris McLeish then hit a post for the dominant visitors, but Berwick battled back to halve the deficit just before the break as Greg Hurst scored his first goal for the club.Reid hit a post on the hour mark, but Gunn restored Elgin’s two-goal advantage on 75 minutes with a right-footed effort.Hurst fired home his second of the afternoon moments later, but Gunn eased any Elgin nerves to complete his own brace with four minutes remaining.Clyde striker Peter MacDonald struck a second-half winner as Arbroath’s unbeaten start in League Two came to an end after a 3-2 defeat at Broadwood Stadium.Barry Ferguson’s Clyde, who moved up to second with the win, were ahead within six minutes courtesy of Scott Linton’s right-footed effort, but Josh Skelly equalised for Arbroath moments later.Clyde hit back on 24 minutes, though, when Martin McNiff headed home Dylan Easton’s corner.That lead lasted just 20 minutes as Bobby Linn bagged his fourth league goal of the season for Arbroath to level the game at half-time.Both sides pushed for a winner in the second half, but it was Clyde who found it through MacDonald’s right-footed effort on 71 minutes.Cowdenbeath earned their second victory of the Scottish League Two season, coming from behind to beat winless Montrose 2-1 at Links Park.An even first half fittingly finished level despite goals in the last two minutes of normal time.Montrose went ahead when Gary Fraser found the bottom-right corner with a penalty after Nikolay Todorov fouled Gary Fraser. But Gary Glen’s close-range header restored parity.Kriss Renton tapped home from close range to put the visitors ahead nine minutes after the break. Montrose threatened little thereafter although at the death Terry Masson hit the bar with a shot from the edge of the area.Ross Allum’s late goal gave Edinburgh City their first point since promotion to Scottish League Two as they held Stirling to a 1-1 draw at Forthbank Stadium.Stirling started brightly, Eddie Ferns’ run setting up Isaac Layne who fired over. But home goalkeeper Chris Smith had to make an excellent save in the 17th minute to keep out out Dean Cummings’ header.Ferns continued to cause problems after half-time, again setting up Layne whose effort was brilliantly stopped by Calum Antell. Fittingly it was Ferns who set up the goal, swinging in a free-kick that skipper Ross McMillan glanced into the bottom-right corner. However Allum fired into the corner from Dougie Gair’s cross with six minutes to go and almost won it at the death when his shot was blocked. The growing Forfar pressure was rewarded, though, when Munro atoned for his earlier error by heading home David Cox’s cross on the hour mark. Milne then bagged his third league goal of the season to complete the comeback for the leaders with six minutes remaining.Substitute Craig Gunn scored twice as Elgin secured their first win in three League Two games with a 4-2 victory at Berwick.Shane Sutherland opened the scoring for City on 11 minutes, following up following a decent save from Kevin Walker to slot home left-footed. Lewis Milne’s late winner kept Forfar’s 100 per cent start to the League Two season intact with a 2-1 victory at Annan. The Black and Golds came out of the blocks quickly and were ahead midway through the first half thanks to Max Wright’s penalty. Forfar’s Andy Munro was judged to have fouled David McKenna in the box and Wright slotted home his third goal of the season in all competitions. Annan midfielder Darren Ramsay fired a volley just wide, while Josh Peters came closest for Forfar in the first half. Peters was again whiskers away from an equaliser after the restart, but Blair Currie did well to deny the Loons striker before Milne hit the bar moments later.