2015/16 Scottish Division Three, 2015/2016 Scottish Division Three

Elgin stay top after goalless draw with Queen's Park

Elgin remained top of Ladbrokes League Two after holding Queen's Park to a 0-0 draw at Hampden Park.
City, who have now gone two league games without a win following a six-match unbeaten run, remained two points clear of East Fife, who lost a two-goal lead to draw with Montrose.
Queen's Park remain third, five points behind Elgin after drawing their third successive game, but had the chances to win the contest.
Elgin goalkeeper Mark Hurst tipped Jamie McKernon's cross away from danger early on before holding on to Chris Duggan's header.
Mark Nicolson headed over for Elgin while Hurst made saves from Craig McLeish and Duggan to earn his side a point.