Final Result
2 0
30th September 2013
Alloa Athletic v Annan Athletic FC
Recreation Park
SPFL Reserve League

Match Details

Alloa Athletic v Annan Athletic FC


Annan Athletic - 0
Alloa Athletic - 2



Unused Subs




Match Report

Annan Athletic failed to inspire against Alloa Athletic at Recreation Park on Monday evening going down to two second half goals. Danny Graham,  Steven Swinglehurst, Steven Black and Alex Mitchell all made welcome returns after  lengthy lay offs through injury but there were few positives that manager Jim Chapman could take out of the match on an evening that saw the young Alloa Athletic team control the game for large spells.

Both goals game in the second half, the first in the 55th minute came after Swinglehurst’s header back to keeper Mitchell was intercepted by a trialist who finished, guiding the ball into the corner of the net. The second goal 75 minutes into the game caught Annan square following a corner for Annan and long clearance was picked up and finished clinically.

Annans next reserve fixture is next Tuesday 8th October versus Stenhousemuir at Galabank kick off 7-30pm

Annan – A Mitchell, D Wood, P Bradley, G Anderson,S Swinglehurst, S Black, K Brannon, D Graham (Z Cladwell 56min), S Davidson, M Flynn, J Moffat ( j Johnstone 65 min). Subs not used G Black, M McInespie, K McCrudden, J Brown and J Gillan.

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