ALLOA Rugby Club bounced back from the deficit at half-time to produce an outstanding win against Dundee University Medics.

Alloa had something to prove after being beaten at home by Dundee earlier in the season, with the university side posting a 50 point win over them.

Dundee scored first but Alloa quickly levelled the scores after Rab Truesdale battled past half the opposition to score a rampaging try.

Alloa were making the hard yards however the occasional stray kick was gratefully returned by the students and they scored two further tries without reply.

The visitors found themselves down by 19-7 at the break, forcing the coaching team to make some changes.

Daniel McGookin was moved out to the wing to provide more cover for the defence. These changes proved fruitful as Truesdale gave his side good field position and skipper Gary Taylor forced his way over from the resulting scrum.

Marc Murray sliced through the defence for a try and Lee Cairney’s second conversion was enough for Alloa to level the scores against Dundee.

Dundee took a quick lead again but Alloa kept the pressure up as Cammy Nimmo forced his way over the line.

Alloa scored to go on top after Murray broke through and threw out a pass and winger Callum McAllister hacked through and was first to the ball in the goal area.

The visitors went on the defensive to see out the win against Dundee, who threw everything they had at them in the closing minutes.

The final score was 25-31 as Alloa saw out the win.

Alloa next host Carnoustie at Earlsfield on Saturday at 3pm.