Alloa secure play-off victory

Alloa secured their place in the Scottish First Division after claiming a 3-1 aggregate victory over Dunfermline in the play-off final.

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Alloa: Secured their place in the Scottish First Division

Alloa: Secured their place in the Scottish First Division

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Dunfermline won the second leg 1-0 after Allan Smith's second-half goal but Alloa's 3-0 win in the first leg ensured they had a big enough cushion.

Smith struck in the 72nd minute as Dunfermline tried desperately to overturn Alloa's advantage.

But they could not force a big finale with their hopes stymied by the dismissal of Stephen Husband.

The defeat led to Dunfermline being relegated as they failed to produce a similar comeback to the one they managed in the semi-final against Forfar.

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