After joining the club from Dundee in the summer, goalkeeper Calum Ferrie got off the mark making his first league start for the club against Scottish League One strugglers East Fife.
A tight affair at Firhill meant it took 85 minutes for the deadlock to be broken. Lee Kilday’s header put the home side ahead however a late goal in stoppage time from Kieran Miller meant East Fife left with a point on the road.
Speaking after the match, Queens Park Head Coach Laurie Ellis was delighted at Calum’s impact on his first start for the club.
“Calum did well, he had a couple of good saves in the game. He made a strong save in the first half. You know he’s a fantastic individual, a great trainer and I was really hoping he could have had a clean sheet to come away with today but it wasn’t to be.”