Glenafton 3 Auchinleck 1 West of Scotland League Super League Premier Division: Match 04

Saturday 17th September 2016, Loch Park, New Cumnock




Glenafton’s unbeaten run in the league continued with a convincing 3-1 win over reigning champions Auchinleck Talbot Loch Park.  Conor Lynass gathered a cute pass from Chris Dallas before waltzing past three defenders and firing home from close range  to put the home side ahead on 15 minutes . Although Dan Orsi’s low drive from the 18 yard line was blocked by a Talbot boot Joe Andrew pounced to slam the loose ball into the net in a flash and double the Glens’ lead on 34 minutes.  H/T Glens 2 Talbot 0

Soon after the break Glenafton went 3-0 up with a peach of a goal. Orsi on the half way line and wide on the right clipped a ball down the flank for Ally Park to kill brilliantly and leave one defender in his wake before curling a killer ball across the face of goal as three others closed in. The ball then then evaded two other defenders and the keeper to arrive at the back post for Joe Andrew to lash home in style.

The visitors were reduced to 10 men following Graham Wilson’s second yellow card. His namesake    Stephen Wilson pulled one back for Talbot but this proved to more of a consolation than a lifeline as the New Cumnock side ran out comfortable winners and created several opportunities before the final whistle.  F/T Glens 3 Talbot 1

Glenafton Athletic: 1. Brian McGarrity 2. Kyle McAusland 3. Cameron Marlow 4. Craig Menzies 5. Ryan McChesney  (15. Chris Meikle) 6. David Gray 7. Dan Orsi  (14. Ryan Borris) 8. Ally Park 9. Chris  Dallas (12. Mick McCann) 10. joe Andrew 11. Conor , Lynass
Subs – 16. Alan Cairns ,  Blair Lochhead (gk)

Auchinleck Talbot: 1. Andy Leishman 2. William Lyle 3. Gordon Pope 4.Ross Harvey, 5.Boyle, 6.Craig McCracken, 7. Bryan Young 8. Dwayne Hyslop 9. Keir Milliken 10. Graham Wilson 11. Dylan Stevenson Subs – Dylan Pooler, Stephen  Wilson, Thomson, Martin McGoldrick, Steven White

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