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MDevs made the short trip to Forthbank to face Stirling Wanderers today, and returned home with a fortunate 3-2 victory.
MDevs opened the scoring when Alexander Neave deflected a penalty corner pass into the roof of the net over the head of the postman, but Wanderers were quickly level when a defensive mistake handed them them a chance which was well executed with a reverse strike. A superb save at a penalty corner from Duncan Service kept the game level.
The visitors then retook the lead from another penalty corner, with Arthur Robertson slotting home off the post, and despite a lot of pressure, the home side were unable to convert any more 1st half chances.
Stirling dominated play in the 3rd quarter, but again were wastful in front of goal, and were punished by a FAL move that started with a 16, and ended up with Graeme Shields capitalising on a defletion from the keeper to fire home.
The final quarter became very scrappy, with the Wanderers captain seeing yellow for dissent, and the home bench expressing their dissatisfaction with some decisions. The visitors were also as bemused by some calls, but were significantly less vocal about it. Stirling pulled a goal back late in the quarter, but were once again wasteful in the final 3rd and were unable to find an equaliser.
Stirling probably deserved the win based on chances and possession, but the visitors were more clinical, especially with 1st half set pieces.
PotM today went to Tom Shearer, who worked hard in both directions, and was involved in a lot of good play down the left, using the ball well and being available to support teammates.