Stirling Albion manager Dave Mackay praised his side for a much-improved second-half performance as we hit back to beat Elgin City 3-2 at Borough Briggs in his first game in charge on Saturday.
Darryl McHardy gave Jim Weir’s men a half-time lead but Marc McKenzie and Blair Henderson struck early in the second half and Jamie Mills came off the bench to grab a last-minute winner after Brian Cameron had squared things up with 14 minutes left.
Mackay said: “In the second half the boys were excellent and went out and did everything we asked of them. We scored within 30 seconds of the restart but the whole second-half performance was great, other than conceding a sloppy goal. They reacted well to that and managed to get a winner.
“We were sloppy in possession and didn’t play to our shape well enough in the first half. We could have been a couple of goals down because they had a one-on-one chance and another opportunity.
“It was great for Jamie to get the goal. That one was probably more down to Ross Forsyth – we knew we had to make a couple of changes because Willie Robertson had run himself into the ground and Marc McKenzie was looking very leggy.
“Ross suggested we could play Jamie a bit further forward on the left and thankfully it paid off, so he can take the credit for that one!”