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    Bad day for Wasps 

    Saturday, September 15, 2012 6:28:02 PM

    "The Wasps" are still looking for their 1st home victory in the league this season after a disappointing game in which Paul Hartley's side failed to take the opportunity of defeating local neighbours Stenhousemuir, whose team was without three main first team players. Neither goalkeepers were tested in a game which looked like ended 0-0, until Stenhousemuir scored on the break after 67 minutes when Darren Smith scored to break the deadlock. Alloa manager Paul Hartley introduced all three substitutes to try and get a hold in the game, but in fairness it never looked anything other than a bad day for the home side. In the final minute Stenhousemuir extended their lead when they were awarded a penalty and ex Wasp Brown Ferguson made it 2-0 to put the result beyond Alloa. It is now important that the team can bounce back with another home game next Saturday against Stranraer.

    Ross McCord free kick

    Sean dickson & Michael Doyle

    Grehan goes close

    Keeper makes save

    Debut for Edward Ferns

    Thomson goes in on keeper

    Hartley is not amused

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