THE tears have dried and, hopefully, the pain of their home defeat to Rangers is but a distant memory.
Due to the holiday deadlines, it is assumed that last night’s home match with Clyde was a victory.
Now, the Spiders are contemplating an away tie with bottom-placed Stirling Albion at Forthbank stadium.
For the Beanos, a win could lift them from the the depths of division 3 and give them a much-needed three points in the bag.
But for Gardner Speirs men it would mean another three point nearer second spot.
QP currently sit two points behind fourth-placed Peterhead and only four point behind second-placed Elgin City in the tussle.
And it will be a new year and new commitment for the Mount Florida crew who acquitted themselves so well against league leaders Rangers last Saturday.