DANNY Galbraith netted twice to end a dismal three-match losing run for Gala Fairydean Rovers.

But an injury time strike from Euan Smith prevented the visitors from picking up a valuable win at Berwick Rangers.

Galbraith’s opener was cancelled out by Yaw Osei, and despite the former Hibs star striking again, Smith levelled in the 96th minute.

The 29-year-old said: “It was good to get back on the scoresheet but really disappointing not to hold on for the win.

“When you’ve lost three games in a row winning becomes a lot harder.

"We've been decimated over the past five or six weeks but we are now starting to get players back.

“We can hopefully build on the better performance today and start climbing back up the table.”

Sean Brown scored a brace as East Stirlingshire came from two goals down to hold leaders Kelty Hearts at New Dundas Park

Scott Linton had given Barry Ferguson’s team a 2-0 lead with an early double before the Shire fightback.

Ross McNeil scored a hat-trick as Caledonian Braves beat struggling Vale of Leithen 4-1.

Neil McLaughlin was also on target for Ricky Waddell’s team with player-manager Chris Anderson netting for Vale.

Ruari Paton grabbed his first hat-trick since moving to East Kilbride as they demolished Cumbernauld Colts 7-0 at the K Park.

Paul Woods scored a brace with Kieran Gibbons and Craig Malcolm also getting on the scoresheet.

A late Lewis Sloan equaliser denied Rowan Alexander back-to-back wins since returning to Gretna.

Jack Hunter’s first half goal was cancelled out in the closing stages at Dalbeattie Star.

Civil Service Strollers edged the Edinburgh derby with a 1-0 win at Spartans.

Trialist Archie Rue netted a spectacular shot on his debut to claim the points.

Jordan Purves earned bottom side Edinburgh University a point as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Stirling University.