Stirling Albion boss Greig McDonald admitted it was a frustrating afternoon as we were held to a 2-2 draw by bottom club Queen’s Park on Saturday.
Blair Spittal and Gavin Mitchell had the visitors two goals ahead but Scott Gibson helped David Weatherston’s effort into the net and ex-Falkirk midfielder Craig Comrie equalised early in the second half when keeper Lucas Birnstingl badly misjudged his free-kick from 45 yards.
McDonald said: “We lost two poor goals and we need to stop doing that because yet again we gave ourselves a mountain to climb. I feel it’s two points dropped but that is the same with any home game we don’t win. I think Queen’s Park only had four shots in the whole game but two of them ended up in the net.
“We looked like we had the momentum at 2-2 but we were just lacking something and our decision making was poor at times. Of course it’s frustrating but it’s another point on the board and that’s seven out of nine from the last three games.”
Queen’s Park manager Gus MacPherson said: “We were looking for a reaction to losing to a 10-man Annan team on Tuesday and I thought we got one.
“We competed well and an individual error cost us but credit to the guys because we defended well against a good forward line in Jordan White and David Weatherston. We had a very young team out there, especially when David Anderson went off injured.”