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    Late Late Show 

    Sunday, March 21, 2010 3:28:10 AM

    Two goals in the final two minutes against Stenhousemuir gave "The Wasps" full points in a game they struggled throughout. The victory at this stage in the season is more important that the peformance but the squad at present is being stretched to the limit. Having gone behing to a Scott Dalziel header in the first half, Stenhousemuir looked like maintaining their eight game unbeaten run although after Iain Thomson was sent off Alloa did have an extra man and more space to play in. However it was not until two minutes from time that their goalkeeper Chris McCluskey dropped the ball and David Gormley pounced to equalise, then a minute later Bryan Prunty scored a goal fitting to win any game. On Tuesday evening Stirling Albion will be the visitors to Recreation Park which promises to be an cracking game. Appologies yesterday for there being no matchday programme as a mix up between the printer and the courier meant we are still waiting for the programme to arrive at the ground!

    Dougie Wilson returns after injury

    iain Thomson lashes out at Jamie Hay

    Jason Thomson

    McCluskey drops the ball

    David Gormley equalises


    Goal celebrations

    Prunty winning goal

    Bryan Prunty celebrates with fans


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