Albion dominate second half to thrash Stenhousemuir
Four second-half goals earned Albion a convincing 4-0 victory at home to Stenhousemuir.
Albion were denied an opener when the referee deemed the ball had already gone out of play before Michael Dunlop crossed.
Ryan Wallace tried an audacious chip which was not too far away and Steven Boyd's well-struck volley was saved as Rovers continued to push forward.
Boyd slotted home the opener for Albion in the 65th minute, firing home the loose ball after goalkeeper Colin McCabe had initially made a superb save.
The floodgates opened as Paul Willis fired in a Boyd cross to make it 2-0 and Wallace fired in a third shortly afterwards having created the opening himself.
Wallace should have made it four before Boyd did seal the points with a back-post finish.