This week’s Lowland League fixture fr Colts seen them travel to Indodrill Park, Alloa, to face BSC Glasgow and spectators were to be kept on the edge of their seats throughout the match.
Colts started off on the front foot looking to get forward whenever possible and were 1-0 up after 12 minutes through Sean Brown. The ball was delivered into the box from the right and landed at Browns feet then his first attempt was blocked the ball came back to his feet and was able to stab the ball into the net.
Colts continued to pose a threat going forward, with Fergus looking dangerous on the left and O’Neil floating in from the right but just couldn't find the second goal to make the game more comfortable. And at the opposite end, Fahey in the Colts goal made a few good saves to protect his clean sheet.
Half Time 0-1
As the second half got under way, the home side emerged with great intent to find the equaliser to get them back into the game and had four or five good chances to find the back of the net but just didn't have the composure to hit the target much to the frustration of the home contingent.
Colts were still pushing for their second and the match was becoming more and more intense and with half an hour still on the clock Colts’ Mark Batchelor was shown a second yellow card for kicking the ball away.
The match was now end to end and the teams were taking turns to shoot at goal and Colts had the best chance to find the net as Jeff Fergus rose tall at the back post and his header across goal was destined for the bottom corner until the BSC keeper intervened with a fantastic save to keep his side in the game.
BSC began to create more and more as they were looking to make the most of their man advantage and they continued to push forward in search of an equaliser but Colts were still looking dangerous on the counter attack as Sean Brown hit the post and the home keeper making some saves.
Colts’ defence though was finally broken as Traynor delivered from the left and found Blair Lyons at the far post to equalize on the 82nd minute.
The home side were not going to settle for a point though and as they were pushing forward they were awarded a free-kick on the edge of the box on the 90 minute mark. It was Traynor who it the free-kick and as it rattled the post it rebounded straight to Bowers feet but his effort flew over the bar as the final whistle sounded.
Full Time 1-1