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    No luck in front of goal 

    Sunday, July 31, 2011 6:16:14 PM

    Plenty of good football but no goals, The Wasps can be proud of how they played against their First Division rivals on Saturday, Greenock Morton but rued the cost of not scoring when on top in the second half. Greenock Morton who had scored eight the previous week against Stranraer had to work hard for this victory in which the scoreline does not reflect the balance of play, however as we know it is goals that count and Greenock Morton were clinical in that department while Paul Hartley was looking for at least one goal to put pressure on Allan Moore's side. Darren Young missed the game after taking a knock and Peter Innnes made his debut for the club. Although wishing to win every game the manager has set his sights on the League, which is the only avenue the club can return to be playing at a higher level. Next Saturday Paul Hartley takes his side to Stranraer in the opening League fixture of the new season.

    Peter Innes debut for The Wasps

    Handball, Ben Gordon beaten by arm

    Armand One tries to force ball home

    Ryan Harding clears off line for Morton!

    Defender Grant Evans heads over his own bar

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