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    Sore one to take 

    Sunday, March 15, 2015 4:55:37 PM
    Saturday's game against Falkirk was another game this season where we will look back and wonder why we didn't take something from the game - caretaker manager Paddy Connolly looked on and said "It was another sore result to take". The Wasps had started the game brightly with Kevin Cawley, Daryll Meggatt, Mark Docherty & Ryan McCord having efforts on target, however it was Falkirk who would take the lead with their first effort on goal. Ryan McCord then had an effort ruled out for offside before the interval. Twelve minutes into the second half "Man of the Match" Kevin Cawley scored a deserved equaliser with a 25 yard solo effort, at this stage the home side were on top but were to lose top goalscorer, Greig Spence with an sickening head injury. The Wasps pushed for a winner and again were caught out against the run of play when John Baird was left in acres of space to put "The Bairns" back in front. Substitute Alex Cooper made it 3-1 with three minutes left to extend the margin which was cruel on the evening. However at this stage of the season it has to be all about results and the team moves on, facing another difficult fixture on Tuesday evening when they will meet Rangers at Ibrox Stadium.
    Daryll Meggatt header inches past post
    Keeper Jamie MacDonald saves from Liam Buchanan
    Caretaker Manager Paddy Connolly shouts out instructions
    Jason Marr is fouled by Tom Taiwo
    Kevin Cawley's shot heading for the net 1-1
    Kevin Cawley celebrates his 4th goal of this season.
    Alloa players celebrate equalising goal
    Greig Spence with injury to left eye, leaves the pitch
    Greg Rutherford looking for a way past Falkirk defence

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