GRAHAM BAYNE has left Elgin City just one week after Barry Wilson resigned from the dugout.
The tall figure among the 70,000 ecstatic well-wishers who cheered the heroic Aberdeen players from one end of Union Street to the other, smiled, applauded and remembered the feeling of holding aloft a trophy before so many adoring disciples.
Jim Duffy's Clyde stand proudly at the top of table courtesy of an unsightly 1-0 victory over East Stirling at Ochilview.
Peterhead and Clyde shared a 1-1 draw at Balmoor which saw the home side have two players sent off yet still finish with 10 men.
East Stirling moved two points clear at the top of the table after Max Wright's double helped them to a 2-1 victory at Clyde.