Stirling Albion boss Stuart McLaren admits it was a frustrating afternoon at Hampden as our play-off hopes were effectively ended by a 1-1 draw with Queen’s Park.
On-loan Partick Thistle striker Chris Duggan gave the Spiders the lead just before half-time but a good finish from Steven Doris earned us a point on a day when the home side also missed a penalty.
McLaren said: “Overall it was a bit disappointing because it was another missed opportunity. We knew a win would have given us some kind of chance of staying in contention for the play-offs.
“Queen’s Park were the better team in the first half but I felt in the second half that we came much more into the game and a draw was probably fair.
“It’s a result that didn’t suit either of us but we have regrouped since the East Fife game with one good performance and one steady one.”
Queen’s Park manager Gus MacPherson said: “We had opportunities to extend our lead and we have dropped two points and it’s a frustration we have had too often.
“We didn’t capitalise on good play. We said to the players at half-time to keep doing the same things but our final ball and decision making let us down.”