Speirs joy at classy Spiders

GARNDER SPEIRS has stated Queen's Park were a delight to watch as they battled to a 3-2 win away to Annan Athletic.

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A Tony Quinn penalty and strikes from Tony McParland and Aidan Connolly clinched the Irn-Bru Third Division points, and Speirs was delighted.

He said: "It was very disappointing to lose two late goals but we're delighted with the win.

"We've always been a team that likes to pass the ball so this pitch suits us perfectly.

"It's a fantastic facility and it makes a difference knowing that you're able to play on a true surface like that instead of a pitch that cuts up at this time of year."

Elsewhere, Clyde fell 2-1 to Elgin, despite their title-chasing opponents going down to 10 men as captain David Niven was dismissed.

Bully Wee boss Jim Duffy said: "We made it difficult for ourselves as we played as if Elgin had 11 men.

"Our game intelligence disappointed me."


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