Stirling Albion boss Greig McDonald felt his side were unfortunate not to take all three points after a 1-1 draw in our final home game of the season against Elgin City on Saturday.
Craig Gunn gave the visitors an early lead but Stephen Day grabbed a deserved equaliser just before the hour mark with his fifth goal of the season.
McDonald said: “The first half wasn’t the best and the park was terrible but we took the game to Elgin in the second half and could have won it in the end. We only had three outfield players over the age of 21 and their enthusiasm shone through – it was a great move for the goal as well.
“Two defeats in 16 games is a great run and the play-offs might have been on if we had even had a couple of better results in the first half of the season.”
Elgin boss Ross Jack said: “Stirling made it tough for us and it was a very bobbly pitch but we didn’t get the quality or composure that we needed in the second half. We were pretty comfortable in the first half but we couldn’t see the game out. There is still a chance of the play-offs and you never know what could happen.”