ALLOA ATHLETIC Women's FC need only one more win to secure a fourth place finish in the Biffa West League.

The team defeated Bishopton 2-0 over the weekend and hope to carry this result into their last game of the season this week.

Wasps captain Abbie Trotter praised the girls for their performance and hope they can take this momentum into their next game.

"It was a really good result," Trotter said. "It was a strong performance, one that deserved the three points.

"We limited them to very little. At best, I think they had a couple half chances.

"Our defence did really well to marshal their forward players and we were clinical when we needed to be.

"With the last game of the season this week, we're at home which is good. Three points guarantee us fourth place which would be a nice way to finish what's been an up and down season."

The women's team is currently undergoing a period of change, with interim manager Sean Black stepping away from the team not long ago.

Charles Dignan was announced as the new manager, due to start during pre-season, leaving the Wasps to be managed by Trotter and vice-captain Molly Williams.

"We've been splitting it up through the week," Trotter added. "We've been making the most of what we can.

"It's a challenge leading the sessions whilst also playing. I know Molly and I would think just about the playing aspect rather than everything else that goes with leading a team.

"The challenge there for us was picking the team on Sunday and having to leave people out which isn't nice.

"Another challenge was then picking subs whilst in the middle of a game. It's not the easiest situation but we're getting by."

Alloa Athletic play their last game of the season this Sunday against West Park United at home.