Binos boss Greig McDonald was delighted with a third straight win in difficult conditions as we beat Albion Rovers 2-0 at Cliftonhill on Saturday to keep our play-off bid on track.
Jordan White’s 16th goal of the season and David Weatherston’s fourth in three games saw us take control in the first half and we comfortably saw the game out.
McDonald said: “I thought that we were on top right from the word go. We had them under siege for the first 20 minutes and played some really good stuff – the first goal was great play from Phil Johnston and an excellent finish from Jordan White.
“The guys knew that if they won this game it would end Albion Rovers’ season and we didn’t want to give them an opportunity to close the gap on us.
“We handled the conditions very well and defended strongly. We’re up to third place and we will look to make it four wins in a row against Elgin next week.”
Albion Rovers assistant manager Mark Cameron said: “We had two good chances but they went up the park and scored, then we were hit with another sucker punch.
“We changed our tactics but we didn’t even get ourselves in the game in the second half and didn’t really create any chances, which is disappointing.”