4 Back to back victories
Sunday, March 12, 2017 5:38:16 PM
Huge victory over local rivals Stenhousemuir, four wins in a row and six games without defeat in the league have strenghened "The Wasps" position in second place in the league and reduced deficit to Livingston to seven points with still a game play against the league leaders on 8th April at Tony Macaroni Stadium.
Dylan Mackin opens the scoring five minutes before half-time
Neil Parry returned to side after injury against Dunfermline Athletic
Frank McKeown just fails to connect at back post
At this stage in the season it is all about results, having gone in front
after 40 minutes through "Man of the Match" Dylan Mackin, Stenhousemuir
never up. The Wasps had changes to increase their lead before substitute
Thomas Grant scored an equalier for the visitors.
Greig Spence & Jordan Kirkpatrick cannot reach ball
Thomas Grant equalises for "The Warriors" 1-1, 61 minutes
Manager Jim Goodwin didn't settle for a draw and made a possive
substitution and went all out attack and was rewarded five minutes from the end when Dylan Mackin was fouled in the box by Conner Duthie and Grieg
Spence stepped forward to score his 21st goal of the season.
Ex Alloa keeper David Crawford denies Andy Graham with fingertip save
Conner Duthie fouls Dylan Mackin in box for penalty
Greig Spence converts the penalty to give "The Wasps" 2-1 lead