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    Wasps need to take chances 

    Sunday, January 12, 2014 2:25:30 PM

    "The Wasps" went down to their third defeat in their last four games in the league, the difference between the teams on the day was that Queen of the South took their chances and scored the important first goal, from which they took confidence. Certainly Alloa manager Paul Hartley was disappointed to lose the match but knows the team were creating their own chances but need to be more clinical in front of goal. Alloa started brightly and Andy Kirk and Stephen Simmons had chances to put the visitors in front before Queens got the break through after 30 minutes. In the second half Alloa again started well but were hit with a third goal for Queens against the run of play. Full credit to the Alloa Athletic players who never gave in and substitute Ross Caldwell, making his debut after joining from Hibernian on loan on Friday pulled a goal back and had the opportunity the close the gap further but shot over the bar. Next Saturday Dumbarton will visit Recreation Park in a game "The Wasps" will look to bounce back, looking to get back into winning ways.

    Ben Gordon makes 100th 1st team appearance for Alloa
    Zander Clark is glad to see this effort just past his post
    Andy Kirk with chance to open the scoring
    Daryll Meggat shot saved by Queen's keeper Zander Clark
    Liam Caddis about to unleash powerful shot
    Zander Clark looks helpless as shot inches past
    Liam Caddis watches Ross Caldwell pull goal back
    Ross Caldwell wants to get on with game after his goal
    Ross Caldwell fires this effort just over the bar
    More misery for Wasps as Jason Marr helped off pitch


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