The Fifers dropped three points out of the promotion play-off zone with Saturday’s defeat – but boss Barry Smith said there’s still time to rescue their place.
Brechin City went down to a 2-0 defeat from leaders Livingston at Glebe Park, and manager Darren Dods revealed after the match that he was pleased about not having to face the West Lothian side again this season.
East Fife boss Barry Smith reckoned it was a point gained at the weekend as his side played out a goalless draw with Queen’s Park.
Talisman striker Andy Jackson fired a stoppage-time winner to send Brechin above opponents East Fife and into third place in League One.
East Fife retained their grip on third place, with boss Barry Smith hailing his side’s points return against League One’s top two sides.
Brechin City boss Darren Dods was happy to come away with a point after a 1-1 draw with Queen’s Park at Hampden Park.
Barry Smith said his Fifers had to show a different side to seal a dramatic win at the home of the league leaders.
Brechin boosted their chances of a play-off place with Andy Jackson netting the winner at Peterhead.
Bayview manager Barry Smith was impressed with the attitude of his side after they saw off Albion Rovers at Bayview.
Brechin boss Darren Dods has tipped his team to turn things around after watching them slip to a fifth defeat in six games.