ALLOA RFC finished the season in style with a sensational win over 26-31 Blairgowrie in what was also Rab Truesdale’s last game of his career.

Lleyton Kearney scored a try in the final play of the match, allowing Alloa to trump the Perth and Kinross side, who had gone unbeaten in seven months.

This was a strong indicator of how good Alloa were on the day, truly giving a game to the side that clinched the league title on Saturday.

Jamie Cruickshank got Alloa off on an early lead with a well judged chip and chase, with Reece Wilson bundling over the line next.

The two have now scored a combined total of eight tries this season, giving Alloa a comfortable seven point advantage as they went into half time a 7-14 in favour of the visitors.

Blairgowrie came out the traps in the second half and struck a second try before Lee Cairney landed a long range penalty to add to his previous two conversions.

The hosts refused to lie down, however, and scored back to back third and fourth tries to take the lead for the first time in the match with the clock ticking down.

During Alloa’s last attack, Cairney found a gap to burst through in the final seconds and snatch victory, with his conversion signalling full time.

Following the match, Truesdale was awarded man of the match and celebrated becoming the club’s top try scorer this season.