Queen’s Park boss Gardner Speirs was pleased following his side’s 1-1 draw with Stranraer in the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
The match took place at Stair Park against the side who are bottom of the second division.
Queen’s enjoyed a fair amount of possession in the first half, however failed to turn that possession in to chances and test the Stranraer goalie.
After 51 minutes the Spiders broke the deadlock and David Anderson scored his first goal for the club.
Fittingly, Shankland played a delightful ball to Longworth, who played an equally effective pass to Gallacher.
The full-back made ground before passing to Anderson inside the box. He looked up, jinked inside one man and then drilled the ball into the corner of the net.
However Stranraer hit back 20 minutes later , just after 70 minutes.
Malcolm found space in the box to convert Michael Moore’s cross and force a replay at Hampden.
Gardner said: “I thought in the end it was probably a fair result. On the balance of chances both teams were positive and really tried to win the game.
“We had a lot of possession in the first half, but I would say Stranraer had the best of it in the last 20 minutes when they equalised.
“It’s not a poor result going to Stranraer and getting a draw.
“We took the lead and were playing well and we had another couple of chances to score a second, so you are always disappointed not to keep hold of the lead. We have to give credit to Stranraer though as they came back strongly.”
Queen’s Park: Parry,, Little, Robertson, Gallacher, Brough, Capuano, Shankland, Anderson (Quinn), Keenan, Longworth, Burns (McParland).