TEENAGE shotstopper Blair Lochhead admits his debut heroics will live long in the memory after he saved a penalty to help Queen's Park snatch a vital point in Elgin.
The 17-year-old leapt off the bench with 16 minutes left at Borough Briggs after Neil Parry saw red for arguing with ref Gary Hilland over the award of the penalty - and the order of a retake.
And Lochhead's first ever touch in senior football was golden as he saved Jason Crooks penalty before going on to secure a valuable point.
The Spiders hero said: "That was my first senior game and I’ll never forget it.
"Just being involved was great but I’m sure I’ll be back on the bench as Adam Strain will probably start the next game."
Elgin hitman David Niven had struck early on to give the hosts the lead before Michael Daly struck his tenth goal of the season to level matters on 37 minutes.
Then came the penalty drama 20 minutes from time as Parry copped a yellow for disputing the initial award before seeing a second for protesting ref Hilland's decision to order a retake.
The point keeps Queen's in second place, nine points behind leaders Alloa.