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    Good point at Dundee 

    Friday, March 06, 2020 3:32:31 PM

    "The Wasps" securred a valuable point on the road in midweek against Dundee at the Kilmac Stadium Dens Park thanks to a superb performance from Neil Parry who was making a surprise return to the first team having been out with an injury since the 7th September, 2019 when he suffered a hamstring injury in Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Cup tie against Dunfermline Athletic.

    Neil Parry returns to first team action
     
    After the disappointment of losing their unbeaten record at home to Ayr United on Saturday, Peter Grant's side once again proved how difficult a team they can be to beat, indeed the opening chance of the match fell to Kevin O'Hara but his effort flew past the post.
    Kevin O'Hara goes close
     
    Alloa included Scott Banks from the start and the on loan player from Crystal Palace showed some great touches and vision of passing.
     
    The home side had the bulk of possession but a combination of bad finishing and comanding goalkeeping from Neil Parry kept the home fans very quiet.
     
    Neil Parry stretches to make one handed save
     
    Neil Parry collects under cross under pressure
     
    By the end of the evening Dundee had thrown everything at "The Wasps" but Neil Parry and his defence to earn a shut out and a good point on the road.
     
     
     


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