QUEEN'S pay penalty

A second-half penalty from former Queen's Park player Paul Quinn gave East Stirling a 2-1 win at Hampden last night.

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The Division Three game started well enough for the home team, with Andrew Robertson scoring after 35 minutes.But David Greenhill struck just before the break to level things up. Shire's winner came in 72 minutes from the spot after Greenhill was brought down by Neil Parry.

The result is another blow for Queen's, who now stay in fourth place on 15 points, six behind leaders Rangers.

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