CHARLIE Charlesworth (pictured) emerged the winner from a family affair at Princess Royal Park.
Son Colin scored twice to put visitors Lossiemouth 2-0 ahead early in the second half.
However, dad Charlie's Deveronvale side hit back through Graeme Watt (2) and Grant Noble to claim the points.
At Mackessack Park, Buckie Thistle continued their good form ahead of next weekend's Scottish Cup 3rd round match against Turriff when they beat Rothes 3-2.
Rothes opened the scoring inside the first 10 minutes when Sean McIntosh won a penalty kick which he converted.
Donnie Munro levelled for Buckie soon after and early in the second half sub Jordan Sutherland made it 2-1 to the visitors.
Nikki Smith grabbed his second goal in as many games to put Buckie 3-1 up before teenage sub Lewis Forbes bagged a late consolation.
Buckie boss Gary Hake said: "I thought we passed them off the park and played some exceptional football, but we stopped doing that when we went 3-1 up."
Rothes counterpart Graham McBeath said: "In the first half I thought we were good but we drifted out of the game and we were awful in the second half. The final scoreline flattered us a bit."
Keith crashed 2-1 at home to Clach. Scott Graham (47) put the visitors ahead but Andy Anderson levelled for the Maroons within three minutes. Martin Callum bagged the winner on 56 minutes.
Wick Academy are up to second in the league table after a 3-0 win at Fort William. All the goals came in the second half through David Allan (2) and Lukasz Geruzel.
All the other games were postponed due to the weather.