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    Two points thrown away 

    Saturday, November 17, 2012 6:22:24 PM

    Alloa Athletic manager Paul Hartley was disappointed to drop two points at home against a rejuvenated Brechin City side under new manager Ray McKinnon, after having gone 2-0 ahead after 62 minutes "The Wasps" looked to have secured another league victory to keep close on the tail on leaders Queen of the South, but a speculative ball into the box was missed by the defenders and sailed past keeper Scott Bain to allow Brechin City back into the game. Thereafter Brechin City pushed for an equaliser and were rewarded seven minutes from the end when top scorer Andy Jackson headed home, Alloa lost the momentum in the game after playing some great football but were punished for switching off when the game had not been won. All credit to Brechin City for fighting back after being given hope after Johnny Brown's goal had given them hope, "The Wasps" left the field of play at the end of the game knowing they had thrown two points away.

    Mark Docherty against old club

    Scott Bain punches clear

    Kevin Cawley heads Alloa in front

    Cawley celebrates

    Martin Grehan thinks he has scored the winner

    Ben gordon heads narrowly wide

     

     



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