SEAN BLACK felt his side was unfortunate not to come away with a point after conceding a last-minute goal against West Park United.

After conceding early, goals from Abbie Trotter, Megan Armstrong and Amy Cully saw the Wasps lead 3-2 going into the break.

West Park made some changes in the second half and went on to equalise and then score a winner in the 80th minute, with Alloa unable to respond.

“Overall, we were disappointed not to get something out of it, even a point,” Black said. “We went behind pretty early but clawed our way back into it but played some really nice football in the first half.

“I was delighted with Abbie who missed her penalty last week but was confident enough to step up and take another one and she slotted it away perfectly.

“Following that, two great finishes from Megan and Amy which came from really good play from the full team.

“West Park’s quality and subs really shone through, and they saw the game out. They restricted us in opportunities in the second half.”

Despite the number of goals conceded, Black went on to praise the defence, stating that they have been their best players throughout the season.

“The girls at the back have been our strongest players this season,” Black added. “Everybody on the pitch is doing their jobs – tracking back when we’re out of possession.

“The team all work really hard during games. There are times where I feel we can work better as a unit than we normally do.

“We’ve got a week off from playing this week and we’re going to use that to look at what went well and what didn’t go well last week and look at where we can go from there.

“I think if we can build some consistency going forward, we’ll be in a good place.”