STIRLING ALBION have vowed to put an end to anti-social behaviour during the games, following trouble at Saturday's match against local rivals Alloa Athletic.

Reports of anti-social behaviour from Stirling Albion fans came in during and after their game with the Wasps, which ended in a 5-1 victory for the visitors.

The match was marred by instances of violence, including objects being thrown at opposition fans and even players.

Alloa captain Scott Taggart also was on the receiving end of objects thrown at him during the match as he was taking a throw-in.

Allegations of rocks and other objects being thrown into the Alloa end during the match circulated online, with Stirling Albion responding immediately.

A spokesperson for the club said: “We are aware of incidents during Saturday’s match and we are liaising with Police Scotland.

“We condemn any actions by individuals or groups that might compromise the safety and security of fans, players, staff and volunteers.”