Binos boss Stuart McLaren praised his side for taking an important point in Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Annan.
Smart Osadolor fired Annan ahead just after the break but Sean Dickson converted a 57th-minute penalty, only for Kevin McKinlay to be sent off for a challenge on Rabin Omar two minutes later.
Jim Chapman’s men were also reduced to 10 men in the 80th minute when Peter Watson was dismissed for aiming a kick at Craig Comrie.
McLaren said: “We wanted to win the game so in that respect the result is disappointing but the players deserve great credit for the way they handled things when we went down to 10 men. Our view is that it wasn’t a red card but I would need to see it again on the video.
“Annan probably had more chances, and the goal we lost was very poor, but overall I thought we defended well and had some good passages of play – a draw was probably a fair result in the circumstances.”
Chapman said: “We should have seen the game out with the chances we created. We started the second half brilliantly but have to be more ruthless and kill teams off.
“For the penalty, we gave the referee a decision to make – some will go for you and some will go against you. This one went against us.”