Binos boss Stuart McLaren was pleased to end a run of seven straight defeats with a 1-1 draw against Dunfermline at East End Park on Saturday.
Gordon Smith gave us the lead with his ninth goal of the season 20 minutes from time but Andy Geggan equalised soon after.
McLaren said: “We came with a plan and I thought it was very effective. We could have been ahead at half-time but they had a lot of the ball in the last 20 minutes so we can’t be too unhappy with the draw.
“We were without a few players who would have started, like Andy Stirling and Angus Beith, and we also made a change with the goalkeeper.
“There is not much between Callum Reidford and Greg Paterson – they both have good qualities – but we felt Callum’s additional leadership might be required and I thought he played well.”
Dunfermline manager John Potter said: “It was not good enough and we probably didn’t deserve to win the game. I thought we were too slow in moving the ball and we had one threat – David Hopkirk.
“They had two or three corners in the game and looked a threat – we had six or seven and didn’t. That is disappointing.”