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    Honours Even 

    Sunday, March 27, 2011 5:02:36 PM

    Yesterday's game against Peterhead turned out to be a game in which neither side could afford to lose, however it also was a chance lost to gain three points against one of the teams which will be involved in this seasons relegation battle. Both sides can look back on missed opportunities, Alloa had the better of the first half but new Peterhead manager, John Sheran saw his side have the best efforts in the second period. The loss of captain Brown Ferguson for The Wasps after only ten minutes was a blow not just for this game but in the remaining games this season, although the team could not be faulted for effort it was missing a spark in front of goal to secure a long awaited victory for the home fans, some who were taking in their home sides game before travelling south to support the national side against Brazil in London. We now travel to Brechin City on Tuesday night still looking to get back on winning ways against a Brechin City side who defeated Dumbarton 6-0 on Saturday.

    Kevin Motion v. Peterhead

    Michael McGowan is blocked

    Mark Brown returned to side

    Jim Lister tries shot

    Dennis Wyness tries overhead attempt

    Allan Maitland & James Ward


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