Queens Park 11s welcomed St Mirren to Lesser on Saturday knowing that their wasn't much between the teams following recent games.
Both games started evenly, on one pitch Queen's were working hard and defending well but just needed to show a bit more quality in the final third.
However they never got going in the second half and began giving up possession to easily which resulted in St Mirren taking advantage of the chances presented to them.
To their credit Queen's kept the efforts levels up and were unfornate towards the end of the game not to score a couple of goals
On the other pitch Queen's were playing some great football as a team and at a good tempo and this was highlighted with a magnificent hat trick from Dalton Burns playing just behind the striker.
For the 40 mins Queen's were excellent as a unit when defending and really punished the opponents when given the opportunity.
The second games began similar to the first with both games evenly, on one pitch it was goalless up until just before half time when Ross Paton made a timed run from left back to show good composure to finish off the post.
In the second half Queen's fell away again for the first 10 minutes and when they began to put moves together towards the end they ran out of time.
On the other pitch they faced a different and closer challenge but again played with a very good tempo and Dalton Burns was getting in really good areas off the front man was had been worked on in training which was pleasing for the coaches.
The games flowed end to end with the St Mirren goalkeeper having an excellent game and again the pick of the goals came through hard work from Kyle Docherty for Dalton Burns yet again to finish with his left foot.
Queen's coaches commented after the games "Two good games of football where on one pitch Queens matched St Mirren for most of the games up until just after half time when the boys have to learn to begin at the same tempo they finished the first half and not to give up possession easily where as on the other pitch the boys implemented this tempo through the whole game and as a result were able to dominate from start to finish. Special mention for Dalton Burns who was brilliant and also Drew White who bravely went in goal after an injury to one of the goalkeepers."