Queens Park cemented their place in the Scottish Third Division play-offs with an emphatic victory over East Stirlingshire.
The win moves them a point away from second-placed Stanraer and leaves Shire eight points adrift at the foot of the table.
Top-scorer Jamie Longworth opened the scoring for the home side on the half-hour mark, meeting a Peter Bradley cross with a right-foot shot.
Anthony Quinn's close-range finish made it 2-0 after half-time before he grabbed his second with a header 10 minutes later.
Sean Burns had added a fourth for the hosts before Shire's Graeme Ramage fired in from 20 yards to register a consolation.
The dismissal of Rhys Devlin for a second bookable offence and a late penalty from the Spiders' Martin McBride completed a miserable afternoon for East Stirlingshire.
Queens Park: Parry, McGinn, Little, Meggatt, Bradley, McBride, Longworth (Ronald 89), Anderson, Watt, Quinn (Smith 80), Murray (Sean Burns 46).
Subs Not Used: Strain, Capuano.
Goals: Longworth 32, Quinn 49, 57, Sean Burns 67, McBride 88 pen.
East Stirling: Antell, Devlin, Jackson, Frances, Dingwall, Fulton, Benton (Tart 69), Stirling, Maxwell, Turner (Gillespie 77), Sheerin (Ramage 65).
Subs Not Used: Hay, Cane.
Sent Off: Devlin (84).
Booked: Devlin, Frances, Jackson.
Goals: Ramage 79.
Ref: B Markham-Jones