Wait for first points of the season is over for Strathspey Thistle
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Strathspey Thistle have won their first Highland League game this season at the tenth attempt.
It was a fantastic afternoon for the Grantown club as they beat Deveronvale 5-2 at home.
The Jags scored three goals in a late burst to claim all three points.
Thistle had taken the lead through Liam Shewan, making his debut for the Jags on loan from Rothes, in the 10th minute.
Then Jack Davison added a second in the 26th minute.
However, they were pegged back by Alexsander Dlugosz (31st & 66th) and Jags fans must have been fearing the worst.
But Davison got his second of the match to put the Seafield Park outfit back out in front before Ross Logan made it 4-2 in the 81st minute.
Michael McKenzie calmed any lingering nerves with the fifth in the 90th minute.
The Jags remain bottom but their first points of the season mean they are only one point behind Clach and Inverurie Loco Works and now give themselves a huge boost that they can kick on and move off the bottom.
There was plenty of delight shared by fans on the club's social media.
John Risby said: "Wow what an encouraging result."
Kathy Fraser posted: "Ya dancer, brilliant result."
William Boulby said: "A fantastic result, onwards and upwards Thistle."