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    Win makes it worthwhile 

    Sunday, December 11, 2011 8:30:14 PM

    Michael Doyle scores winning goal

    "The Wasps" were rewarded on Saturday for the great effort to get the game playable and then to make sure it was not in vain. Alloa maintained their unbeaten home record in the league this season after a 1-0 victory over a Queen's Park side, who on another day could easily have won this fixture. Alloa had the perfect start, Stevie May broke clear down the left hand side and provided a perfect pass for Michael Doyle to score his second goal of the season, ironically both against Queen's Park. Stevie May added good pace and was very lively, while other loan signing Kevin McHattie turned in a composed display in a difficult afternoon against a lively Queen's attack. Queen's will look to the fact they had lots of possesion but failed miserably in front of goal. Alloa however could not get that important second goal, the closest the came was at the start of the second half when Kevin Cawley was fouled by Ricky Little on the edge of the box. on this occasion a yellow card and free kick was awarded, Stevie May's goalbound freekick was brilliantly saved by Neil Parry in visitors goal. Alloa did have the ball in the net in the final ten minutes but Craig Campbell was adjudged to have fouled their goalkeeper.This was a professional display by "The Wasps" in holding on to their 1-0 lead and securring all three league points.

    Stevie May

    Kevin McHattie

    Stevie May free kick

    Craig Campbell goal disallowed

     

     



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