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    Third successive draw 

    Sunday, December 18, 2016 4:15:06 PM
    Manager Jim Goodwin was frustrated to see his side draw their third game in succession and slip further behind league leaders Livingston. The Wasps have now drawn six games this season, the highest of any in the league and know the team will need to turn draws back into victories especially at home to keep the team in pursuit of their promotion aim at the end of the season.
    Ball would not drop kindly for Greig Spence
    Queen's Park came to the Indodrill Stadium on the back of their best form of the season being unbeaten in their last six matches, winning 5 and drawing 1, and it was the visitors who took the lead just after the hour mark. Credit to the Alloa players as going behind appeared to galvanise the team and top goalscorer Greig Spence was on hand eight minutes later to turn home Kevin Cawley's cross for his 16th goal of the season.
    Kevin Cawley supplies cross for equalising goal
    Greig Spence about to pounce and put "The Wasps" level
    The home side pushed for the winner but were nearly caught out by a quick break, however the linesman flagging for offside to deny Queen's retaking the lead. Andy Graham came closest to scoring the winner for Alloa but his netbound header was blocked on the line by Queen's keeper William Muir.
    Andy Graham's late header saved on the line.

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