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    Alloa defeat Arbroath 

    Sunday, March 15, 2009 9:32:44 AM

    Two goals at the start of each half helped “The Wasps” record a vital victory over Arbroath at Recreation Park. This was a vital game for the club and one in which the players showed a determination to win in a professional manner and by the end of the game could have extended the margin of the victory. The goalscorers on the day were Iain Campbell and David McClune, who both played exceptionally well getting forward from their wing back roles, indeed Alloa have now had nineteen different players who have scored for the first team this season. This was a great team performance with Stuart Noble picking up the sponsors “Man of the match” award. Prior to the game manager Allan Maitland signed youngster Gary Carroll, a nineteen year old midfield player who had been with Aberdeen since 2004 and stays locally in Sauchie, Gary is the nephew of ex Hibernian player Pat Carroll. Gary has joined the club initially until the end of the season.

    Iain Campbell opens scoring

     

    Iain Campbell celebrates his goal

     

    Greig Spence

     

    David McClune has shot

     

    Stuart Noble is pulled back

     

     

     



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