Finn McIlwraith from Dollar has won a once in a lifetime prize to become an HSBC cub and train with The British & Irish Lions squad before they leave on their summer Tour of Australia.
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SAUCHIE Juniors joint-Player of the Year Darren Cummings was delighted to receive the award after fighting for the gong for three years.
SAUCHIE Juniors defender Graeme King was proud to receive a pair of awards at the club's Player of the Year night but says he will keep working hard to improve.
SAUCHIE Juniors player Ally Burns believes a permanent move to defence helped him win the Most Improved Player of the Year award.
Alloa goal-hero Jonathan Tiffoney admits his strike in the 3-0 win over Dunfermline was the most important goal of his career.
Alloa fans favourite Stephen Simmons insists the players are not thinking beyond Sunday's second leg of their Division 1 playoff final with Dunfermline.
Alloa hitman Kevin Cawley insists his side will go into Sunday's second leg against Dunfermline full of confidence after their 3-0 win because their away form is so impressive.
Delighted Alloa boss Paul Hartley admits he will have to warn his players there is still work to do in the tie despite their excellent 3-0 win over Dunfermline at Recreation Park on Wednesday evening.
BRECHIN City first team coach Darren Taylor branded Alloa boss Paul Hartley "a disgrace" after a touchline brawl during Saturday's First Division play-off semi-final second leg.
DARREN YOUNG insists there can be no room for sentiment as he and his Alloa team mates attempt to relegate Dunfermline to the Second Division.
ALLOA shotstopper Scott Bain insists the squad are fully focused on finishing the task of gaining promotion after their 4-3 aggregate victory over Brechin last weekend.
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