George Newell netted just 20 minutes into his Albion Rovers debut on Saturday.
In a game where teammate Peter Morrison was also named amongst the starters for the match away to Edinburgh City, the striker was on hand to head his team into a 22nd minute lead.
Allan Smith quickly drew the home side level from six yards with a header of his own. Jack Breen fired City into the lead before half time and Blair Henderson made the points safe in the second half.
Aaron Taylor-Sinclair will have to wait for his debut for Crewe Alexandra as the Railwaymen’s match away to Carlisle was postponed due to a frozen pitch.
A similar fate also befell Neil McLaughlin as Stirling Albion’s home match against Clyde fell victim to the freezing temperatures.
Broque Watson’s East Fife were in Dublin for the quarter-final of the IRN-BRU Cup, but the game was postponed just seven minutes before kick-off.
The former Celtic man wouldn’t have been able to take any part, cup tied from Motherwell Colts’ involvement in the competition.
Barry Maguire made his fifth appearance for Queen of the South as Gary Naysmith’s men crashed to a 3-0 defeat at the Falkirk Stadium. Queens had dispatched Premiership side Dundee in the Scottish Cup during the week, but were well beaten the 10-men Bairns, who had goalscorer Davis Kellor-Dunn sent off 18 minutes from time.
Shea Gordon remains sidelined and unavailable for Partick Thistle, albeit Gary Caldwell’s side won their third match in a row, edging out Inverness 1-2 at the Caledonian Stadium. The Northern Irishman is getting close to fitness though and is hopeful to be back in training in a few weeks time.