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    Little between sides 

    Sunday, July 28, 2013 2:50:56 AM

    There was little between the sides in this Ramsdens Cup Tie, indeed Alloa could have been ahead in the first half, John Brown's side I'm sure would have been happy to get to half-time level. In the second half Dundee came back into the game but it took a penalty to seperate the teams, certainly not one in the stonewall category. The Wasps battled hard against a team which will be favourites for the new SPFL Championship title for 2013/14, and had to start the game without Jason Marr, Darren Young and Iain Flannigan, while Ryan McCord and Graeme Holmes had only had 45 minutes pre season match play and were still short of match fitness. Great chance for Stephen Simmons

    Kevin Cawley vollies over the bar

    Andy Kirk

    Another chance

    Challenge for penalty?

    Not even any claims for penalty

     

    Alloa Athletic

     

    Dundee

    1

    Scott Bain

    1

    Kyle Lethern

    2

    Michael Doyle

    2

    Gary Irvine

    3

    James Creaney

    18

    Declan Gallagher

    4

    Ben Gordon

    6

    Iain Davidson

    5

    Daryll Meggatt 

    17

    Kyle Benedictus

    6

    Stephen Simmons

     8

    Kevin McBride

    7

    Jonathan Tiffoney

    11

    Ryan Conroy

    8

    Ryan McCord

    10

    Gavin Rae

    9

    Andy Kirk

    9

    Peter McDonald

    10

    Graeme Holmes

    15

    Carlo Monti

    11

    Kevin Cawley

    20

    Jim McAlister

     

     

     

     

    12

    William Robertson

    5

    Willie Dyer (8) 74m

    14

    Eddie Ferns (8) 66m

    7

    Nicky Riley (11) 74m

    15

    Nathan Moore

    16

    Stephen Doris (15) 69m

    16

    Andrew Ward

    23

    Martin Boyle

    GK

    Craig McDowall

    12

    John Gibson

     

    Referee :  Kevin Clancy       Assistants- Stuart Macaulay & Lorraine Clark

     

    0 – 1    Carlo Monti  (59 min Pen)

     

    Score – Full Time   0 – 1

     

    Crowd – 880

     

    Man of the Match – Gavin Rae



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