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    Wasps show desire 

    Sunday, April 19, 2015 3:08:50 PM
    Alloa Athletic and Queen of the South produced an excellent advert for the Championship yesterday, both teams looking to collect all three points for differing reasons. Ben Gordon headed “The Wasps” in front after 39 minutes, his second goal of the season. However Queen’s started the 2nd half brightly and were awarded a penalty, when the dangerous Danny Carmichael was adjudged to have been fouled in the box. Their top goal scorer Derek Lyle converted for his 19th goal of the season. Two minutes later the game had turned on its head when Mark Millar put the visitors in front. There were chances at both ends being created and it was no surprise to see “The Wasps” top goal scorer Liam Buchanan turn QOS defender Mark Durnan inside out both drilling his shot low into the bottom corner of the net for his 15th goal of the season. The team now have two games remaining this season and know their destiny is still in their own hands, on this display they again showed just how good a Championship side they can be and will go into the final matches in good form now unbeaten in their last two matches and scoring five goals.
    Ben Gordon heads "The Wasps" in front
    The Wasps take the lead on 39 miniutes
    Danny Carmichael wins penalty early in 2nd half
    Greig Spence goes close with diving header
    Liam Buchanan fires home equalising goal 2-2
    Liam Buchanan's shot goes in bottom corner of the net
    Alloa players celebrate equalising goal
    Queen's Mark Millar is red carded late in the match

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