Albion manager Greig McDonald felt we were unfortunate not to take all three points against League 2 leaders East Stirlingshire after it ended 2-2 at Ochilview on Saturday.
A double from Jordan White, either side of his own goal, had the Binos deservedly in front at the break but Shire improved in the second period and defender Michael Bolochoweckyj equalised following a corner with 18 minutes remaining.
McDonald said: “I thought we dominated the first half. We cut East Stirling open a number of times and could have been further ahead but the second half was more of an even game and you have to give Shire credit for coming back.
“The lads are disappointed not to win the game. The performance was good and it’s frustrating to lose two goals to set-pieces but we are still right up there and we’ll look forward to the Queen’s Park match on Saturday now.”
East Stirlingshire boss John Coughlin said: “I thought we were shocking in the first half and Stirling were by far the better side but we made some positive changes in the second half with the substitutions and managed to get the equaliser.
“After that, it was a case of trying to win it but it would have been harsh on Stirling if they had lost. They caused us a lot of problems and I thought the young lad Sandy Cunningham was outstanding – I was glad when he went off!”