Glenafton U19 0 Bonnyton U19 4

Glenafton Athletic U19

Glenafton Athletic U19

Scottish Youth Challenge Cup U19’s Final

Sunday 5th May , Excelsior Stadium, Airdrie

Glenafton Athletic 0 Bonnyton Thistle 4

Stephen Hill kept his cool to slot home the opener for Bonnyton after 3 minutes. The Kilmarnock side doubled their lead on the quarter hour mark through a glancing header from Sam McCloskey.  Glenafton fought hard to get back in the game but Bonnyton continued to dominate and on 37 minutes Hill bagged his brace after some great skill took him into the box before stroking the ball beyond the reach of keeper Ryan Dunsmuir.

H/T Glenafton 0 Bonnyton 3.

Great credit to the New Cumnock side who battled bravely to salvage something from the game. Midway through the half the impressive McCloskey powered into the box and drilled home his second from an acute angle. On 90 minutes , never-say-die Danny Naismith almost conjured up a consolation for Glenafton only for keeper Dylan Caddis to tip his 25 yard free-kick over the bar.

F/T Glenafton 0 Bonnyton 4

Glenafton: 1. Dunsmuir 3. Jordan Kerr 6. Naismith 7. Campbell 8. Quinn 9. Campbell 10 Josh Kerr 11 Graham 14 McPartland 16 Gall 17 Mcknight  Subs : 2 Stobbs, 4 Blackwood, 5 Allan, 12 Muncie, 20 Farren

Bonnyton: 1. Caddis 17 Strachan 8. Larmour 2. Abercrombie 5. Gregory 15. Muir 10. McCrum 3. Barrie 9. McCloskey 6. Hill 4. Golightly Subs: 7 Hunter, 11 Patterson, 12 McLaren, 14 Mears, 16 Sheddan

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Congratulations to Bonnyton and commiserations to Glenafton. Well done to both sides.

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Glenafton 1 Cumnock 0

Stagecoach West Region Premier Division

Saturday 4th May, Loch Park,  New Cumnock

GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 1 (1)

CUMNOCK JUNIORS 0 (0)

Glenafton completed the league derby double over Cumnock in a tense affair at Loch Park to extend their winning streak in the league to five games in a row. While victory secures the New Cumnock side’s place in the Premier Division the fate of their neighbours from Old Cumnock is now in the hands of others.

Cumnock kicked off with a strong wind at their back and were quickly on the front foot without however posing any serious threat to keeper Ally Semple in the home goal. After a slow start Glenafton began to make some headway and on 16 minutes came close to opening their account. Ryan Millar and Paul McKenzie played a neat one-two in the middle of the park which released the former down the right flank who then left Stuart McDonald for dead before cutting the ball back across the face of the goal for strike partner Ross Robertson only for central defender Stuart O’Donnell to intervene and sclaff the ball inches wide of the far post with keeper Chris Fahey rooted at the near one.

Close call on Cumnock goal

Close call on Cumnock goal

At the other end a John Johnston glancing header had Semple scurrying across his goal-line to usher the ball wide of target. On 26 minutes Millar muscled Chris Robertson off the ball and then skipped past James Lundie before threading the ball between two defenders and into the penalty box for Jack Steele to gather and fire for goal only for the outrushing Fahey to block well on the six yard line.

Chris Fahey denies Jack Steele

Chris Fahey denies Jack Steele

Five minutes later the midfielder was not be denied. Gus Cochrane stripped the ball from Richard Hanvey and rolled the ball down the left wing for the overlapping Richie McKillen who whipped the ball into the heart of the box where it was partially cleared by Donnelly and then met it on the 18 yard line by Jack Steele who drilled the ball into the corner of the net beyond the reach of the outstretched Fahey.  The ensuing celebrations were well worthy of both taking a derby lead and opening his account for the club.

Jack pots the winner

Jack pots the winner

The home continued to create the best of the chances that were on offer and five minutes from the break McKenzie’s cut back from the bye-line was met by Millar at the corner of a crowded six yard box but his first-time shot went high and wide of target. H/T Glens 1 Cumnock 0

The visitors were first to show and five minutes into the new half Semple rose well at his near post to safely clutch a free kick as with former Glens’ captain Willie Howie waiting to pounce. A lung-bursting run by James Lundie was ended on the edge of the box by McKillen and although Chris McKnight could only drill the resultant free-kick into the wall the corner kick that followed created panic in the Glens box. Hanvey’s claim that his header hit Glen Mitchell’s hand were waved away and the big defender combined with Robertson to clear the danger. At the other end Steele powered past McKnight to drive into the box but Fahey cut out the ball intended for Robertson at the back post.

Glenafton clear the danger

Glenafton clear the danger

On 56 minutes McMenamim and McKenzie tussled for the ball on the touchline and the home dug-left infuriated when the Cumnock man went down and the Glens’ captain booked. Five minutes later McKenzie turned McMenamin inside out as he made his way to the bye line, the referee playing advantage after a tug from the ‘Nock midfielder,  but as he continued his run towards the box McKenzie went down with McMenamin at his heels – the official deciding there was no contact and a second yellow card administered, to reduce the home side to ten men.

Paul McKenzie powers past Gary McMenamin

Paul McKenzie powers past Gary McMenamin

Glenafton reshuffled the pack with John Dempster coming on for Robertson and later Graeme Eaglesham for Millar; the front pair having put in another great shift for the team.  In between times Semple showed superb athleticism to stop McKnight’s looping header.

Ally Semple saves from Chris McKnight

Ally Semple saves from Chris McKnight

With ten minutes to go McMenamin stayed on his feet to dance past three Glens’ players as he forged his way deep into the box only for Glen Mitchell’s superbly timed tackle to deny him a shot at goal. The visitors continued to push for the equaliser but were running short on ideas to penetrate the home defence; long balls lofted into the box were readily clutched by Semple.

John Dempster rattles the bar

John Dempster rattles the bar

Five minutes from time goalscorer Jack Steele, with blood still flowing from a burst lip, left the field to a roar of appreciative applause to be replaced by Ryan McChesney with the home side intent on shutting up shop. However, it was the 10 men that came closest to finding the net. First, having broken down a Cumnock attack , Dempster sent the ball upfield for Danny Mitchell to give chase only for the alert Fahey to rush 30 yards from the his goal line to kick clear. Soon after the keeper could only watch as a Dempster rocket from 15 yards out thundered off the cross-bar seconds before handshakes witnessed the end of the match. FT Glens 1 Cumnock 0

Glenafton: Semple; Potter, McKillen, G.Mitchell, McEwan; McKenzie, Steele (McChesney), D.Mitchell, Cochrane; Robertson (Dempster), Millar (Eaglesham) Subs not used : Menzies, Armstrong

Cumnock: Fahey; Lundie, Robertston, O’Donnell, McDonald (Bradford); Johnston, Howie, McKnight, McMenamin; Hanvey, Pierce (Anson). Subs not used Cairns, McInnes

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Other Scores: Beith 2 Shotts 1, Irvine Meadow 2 Pollok 1, Kirkintilloch 0 Auchinleck 3

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Ayrshire and West Cup draws

Ayrshire Weekly Press Cup

Quarter Finals

  • Glenafton v Auchinleck
  • Kello v Largs
  • Cumnock 2 Maybole 1
  • Irvine Meadow 4 Kilbirnie 3

Semi Finals

  • Cumnock v Glenafton or  Auchinleck
  • Irvine Meadow v Kello or Largs

 New Coin Automatics West of Scotland Cup

Quarter Finals

  • Largs v Glenafton
  • Arthurlie v Petershill
  • Hurlford 0 Glasgow Perthshire 3
  • Blantyre Vics or Rob Roy v Renfrew or Maryhill  (update 29th April)
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All the President’s Glen

President Cup Final

Saturday 27th April, DamPark, Ayr

GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 2 (1)

CROSSHOUSE 1 (1)

Jordan Graham opened the scoring on 27 minutes only for Crosshouse to draw level four minutes before the break. Ryan Campbell restored the Glens lead on 68 minutes. Both keepers ensured there was to be no more scoring with Ryan Dunsmuir’s performance earning him the Man-of-the-match award.

Youth Football Scotland Report …. here

  • Photos courtesy of Peter Allan
Glenafton U19 President Cup Winners

Glenafton U19 President Cup Winners

Glenafton with Rosebank U9s

Glenafton with Rosebank U9s

Ryan Dunsmuir Man-of-the-match

Ryan Dunsmuir Man-of-the-match

Rosebank U9s with Glenafton's Robbie Allan

Rosebank U9s with Glenafton’s Robbie Allan

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Rutherglen 1 Glenafton 1

New Coin Automatics West of Scotland Cup 3rd round

Sat 27th April, The Clyde Gateway Stadium, Rutherglen

RUTHERGLEN GLENCAIRN 1 (1)

GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 1 (0)

  • Glenafton win 4-3 penalties

The meeting of the Glens at the Clyde Gateway Stadium went to the wire with the side from New Cumnock at the Gateway to Ayrshire, claiming the spoils in a penalty shoot-out.

Glenafton made one change to the starting eleven that defeated Arthurlie last week with Glen Mitchell rested and Ryan McChesney making a return to the centre of defence after a lengthy absence through injury. Rutherglen, after their tremendous run in the Scottish Junior Cup only to be denied a place in the final by the narrowest of margins, began with former Glenafton defenders Willie Galloway at full back and Andy Ward on the bench.

The visitors were first to threaten when Robbie Robertson punished some slack play and sent Ryan Millar through the middle but his effort went wide of target. Ten minutes later the hosts’ best chance of the half fell to Ross Ballantyne, after good build up play, only for keeper Ally Semple to force his angled shot over the bar.

Soon after Andy Ward came on to replace Brian Eadie who had to leave the park with a badly gashed eye. The big defender’s name was soon in the book and quickly followed by those of McChesney and Robertson.  The cup-tie was evenly matched although goal-scoring chances were thin on the ground. Corner kicks came and went for both sides without causing any real damage, until time added on before the break, when Joe McCalpine’s corner was guided home by Mark McCarry at the near post.  H/T Rutherglen 1 Glenafton 0

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Ryan Millar – opens his Glens account

The teams exchanged half chances in the opening encounters of the new half. Semple saved comfortably from McCarry while at the other end Millar’s header went narrowly wide. The visitors stepped up a gear and on 64 minutes the pressure paid off . A quick throw from Craig McEwan was gathered at the goal line by Robertson and cut back for Ryan Millar who took a touch or two before firing past keeper Kevin Bell from 12 yards out to open his account for Glenafton. Both sides introduced fresh legs to try and force a winner and although all were at the heart of half chances – Burke for the home side and Dempster, Armstrong and Colligan for the visitors – the game concluded with no further scoring. F/T Rutherglen 1 Glenafton.

AllySemple01Glenafton gained an early advantage in the shoot-out when Semple saved kicks 2 and 3 to put the visitors 3-1 ahead. Kevin Bell threw his team a life-line with a fine save and with one kick remaining the score was tied at 3-3; up stepped Gareth Armstrong to blast home the winner.

Rutherglen Glencairn: Bell, Galloway, Neil, Muir (McClay), Eadie (Ward), Donaghy, Ballantyne, McGuire, McCarry, Hamilton (Burke), McAlpine. (Subs not used – Simpson, Colquhoun (gk).)

Glenafton Athletic:  Semple; Potter (Colligan), McKillen, McChesney, McEwan; McKenzie, D. Mitchell, Steele, Cochrane; Millar (Armstrong), Robertson (Dempster) Subs not used – Menzies, Eaglesham.

Video highlights (courtesy of http://www.freewebs.com/rutherglenglencairn/) ….  here

League Scores: Auchinleck 2 Cumnock 0, Kirkintilloch 0 Irvine Meadow 6

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Follow Glenafton U19s to Scottish Cup final

Glenafton Athletic U19s

Glenafton Athletic U19s

Scottish Youth U19s Cup Final

  • Sunday 5th May, KO 3:45pm
  • Excelsior Stadium, Airdrie

Glenafton Athletic under 19’s are taking names for the bus for their Scottish Cup final on Sunday 5th May at Airdrie ( Bank holiday weekend).  We are hoping to run two buses.

  • Transport will leave from Loch Park at approx 1.15 stopping at Cumnock bus stance.
  • Cost is £10 per person.

Payment can be made to David Kerr or Peter Allan. Anybody wishing to pay on Wednesday we will be at Greenhead for training at 7pm.

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St. Cadoc’s U19s 0 Glenafton Athletic U19s 1

Scottish Youth Cup U19s Semi-final

Sunday 21st April, Newlandsfield Park, Glasgow

ST. CADOC’S 0 (0)

GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 1 (0)

Glenafton won through to the Scottish Cup U19s Final with a hard fought victory over St. Cadoc’s .  The East Renfrewshire side created the best of the chances in the first half but found Glens’ keeper Ryan Dunsmuir in splendid form, keeping the scoreline blank at the break with a number of fine saves.

Glenafton Celebrations

Glenafton Celebrations

Glens started the second in a much more determined fashion and the St. Cadoc goal survived some early pressure. On 58 minutes the team from New Cumnock broke the deadlock with  a stunning strike from 22 yards by Jordan Graham giving the keeper no chance. St. Cadoc’s rallied well but again were defied by Dunsmuir, time and again.

Well done to both sides for serving up an entertaining and competitive cup semi-final. Our commiserations to St. Cadoc’s after such a fine display and congratulations to Glenafton on reaching the Scottish Youth U19s Cup Final.

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Youth Football Scotland report …. here

Glenafton Athletic will face Bonnyton Thistle in the final at Excelsior Stadium, Airdrie on Sunday 5th May, KO 3:45pm

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Arthurlie 1 Glenafton 4

Stagecoach West Region Premier Division

Saturday 20th April, Dunterlie Park, Barrhead

ARTHURLIE  1 (0)

GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 4 (2)

Glenafton extended their winning run to six-in-a-row (including four league games) with a convincing win over Arthurlie at Dunterlie to secure another valuable three points and push up to fifth place in the table.

The visitors quickly commandeered the midfield from flank to flank and soon had the home defence on the back foot with the movement of front two of Ross Roberston and Ryan Millar causing all sorts of problems both in the air and on the ground.  On 10 minutes the pressure paid off after Craig McEwan collected the ball deep in his own half and lofted the ball over the heads of two ‘Lie defenders for Millar to give chase down the left flank.  After leaving former Glens’ defender Chris Merrilees for dead he cut the ball back for Jack Steele who took a touch on the penalty spot before his shot was blocked by Mark Blakey to send the ball skyward and the in-rushing Gus Cochrane react quickest to prod the ball home at the post.

Gus Cochrane opens the scoring

Gus Cochrane opens the scoring

Arthurlie’s forward play lacked any real fluency and long balls up the park were mopped up with ease by the Glens’ centre-backs; if Richie McKillen won one header during the game then he won fifty one.  Occasional chances did come their way the best was foiled by McEwan who dispossessed McGregor with a well time tackled and then blocked Steven McKeown’s attempt to bury the rebound.

Midway through the half live-wire Millar burst down the right flank before firing in a cross which had the ‘Lie defence at sixes and sevens and although Cochrane collected the ball it didn’t fall kindly and the chance for a second was lost.  At the other end Craig Potter brought a good run to the bye-line by Kieran Brannon to an end at the expense of a corner kick, however like two others that soon followed to ‘Lie they came to nothing.  On 29 minutes the Glens enjoyed greater success from a corner, earned after having been camped  in the ‘Lie box, when McKenzie’s wicked kick arrived at the back post perfectly for Glen Mitchell to rise above McGregor and bullet home a header  beyond keeper Kevin Macklin.

Glen Mitchell doubles the lead

Glen Mitchell doubles the lead

Arthurlie’s attempts to rally through McGregor and McKeown were snuffed out and back came the visitors with Millar darting down the left and cutting back for McKenzie in the box who jinked through the tightest of gaps between Merrilees and Miller only for Merriman to get a goal saving last ditch touch on the six-yard line. The half drew to a close with Glenafton very much on the front foot and looking the more likely to add to their tally , while the ‘Lie had yet to seriously test keeper Ally Semple. HT Lie 0 Glens 2

Five minutes into the new half Glenafton extended their lead with a glorious worked goal. Cochrane picked up the ball deep in his own half and drove forward with great purpose before releasing Robertson wide on the right who in turn made his way into the box and before Merriman could close him down squared the ball across the face of goal. His target, Millar on the six yard line, with his back to goal and Bonar glued to him back-heeled the ball into the danger area where Danny Mitchell got the jump on Brannon to fire the ball home. Arthurlie’s vehement claims for offside were dismissed and the goal rightly stood.

Danny Mitchell makes it three

Danny Mitchell makes it three

Cochrane left to hearty applause from the appreciative away support to be replaced by Gareth Campbell .  Meanwhile Arthurlie introduced James Marks and he was soon in the thick of the action and help set up the home team’s best chance freeing Paul Stewart to work his way into the box to power an angled shot which brought out a fine save for Semple; a strong right hand sending the ball across the face of the goal. The keeper then had to be alert to punch the ball from the head of Stewart as ‘Lie enjoyed a period of pressure.

Paul McKenzie, who had taken a knock in the first half, and then later Ryan Miller left to load applause as they were replaced by John Dempster and Gareth Armstrong.

Mark Blakey's rocket finds the net

Mark Blakey’s rocket finds the net

The game was much more even now with chances being exchanged. Steele manoeuvred his way through the midfield before trying to place the ball home only for Macklin to cover well. Marks carved out a good chance but was denied by a brave block from McKillen. With two minutes to go Arthurlie struck a consolation goal after Mark Blakey cut in from the left flank and unleashed an unstoppable shot beyond Semple into the top corner.

Bo rolls the ball into the net for the fourth

Bo rolls the ball into the net for the fourth

A minute into added time Robertson trapped the ball in the centre circle and sold Merriman a dummy before taking McGregor out of play with a perfect pass to pick out Gareth Armstrong in acres of space in the box who calmly wrong footed Macklin before taking another touch and rolling the ball into the gaping net. FT Lie 1 Glens 4

Arthurlie: Macklin; Miller, Merriman, Merrilees, Blakey; McGregor, Bonar (Crawford), McKeown, Brannon (Marks); Dymock, Stewart. Subs not used McKeever, Holmes, Walker

Glenafton: Semple; Potter, G. Mitchell, McKillen, McEwan; McKenzie (Dempster), D. Mitchell, Steele, Cochrane (Campbell); Millar (Armstrong), Roberston: Subs not used McChesney, Dunsmuir

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Other scores: Beith 3 Kirkintilloch 2, Cumnock 4 Petershill 0, Irvine Meadow 1 Ashfield 0, Pollok 0 Clydebank 1

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Glenafton v Cumnock

Game off – waterlogged pitch

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Irvine Meadow 0 Glenafton 1

Stagecoach West Region Premier Division

Saturday 13th April, Meadow Park,  Irvine

IRVINE MEADOW  0 (0)

GLENAFTON ATHLETIC 1 (0)

Glenafton and Irvine Meadow clashed for the third time this season and ultimately the match was decided by a late John Dempster strike that gave the New Cumnock side three wins out of three over the reigning champions and more importantly three huge league points.

The visitors made the early running with captain Paul McKenzie on a couple of occasions mowing his way through the Meadow midfield. One ended in a trip by Liam McGuinness earning him an early yellow card and a free kick for the Glens that failed to trouble keeper Michael Wardrope.  Ryan Miller then gathered a Craig McEwan throw-in and turned Richie Reeder inside out before cutting the ball across the face of goal which was partially cleared before falling to McKenzie and his shot went wide of target.

Taz mows the Meadow

Meadow’s forward play was less evident with the only threat coming from glimpses of Adam Strachan’s pace down the left flank which ended abruptly when his cut-backs were mopped up by Glen Mitchell and Richie McKillen at the heart of the visitors defence.

Another Glenafton set piece from just outside the box came to nothing. On ten minutes Wardrope rushed to the corner of the box to punch the ball clear from the head of Ross Robertson, the Glens striker left in a heap in the aftermath.  Ten minutes later Jack Steele nicked the ball from the toe of Reeder and released Robertson who then turned Zander Ryan at the edge of the box only for his shot to be blocked and cleared.

Midway through the half McKillen brought a fine run by Strachan to an end at the expense of a corner but the set-piece malaise which enveloped the game continued to prevail as the resultant kick sailed over the bar. Richie Barr tried his luck with a shot from twenty yards out that finished two yards wide of target.

Robertson, scorer of five goals in his last four games, who had never recovered from an earlier knock was replaced by John Dempster . Soon after, McKenzie played Danny Mitchell into the box with Dempster in support but again the Meadow defence stood firm.

Ryan Miller takes on Zander Ryan

Ryan Miller takes on Zander Ryan

At the other end Strachan won a free-kick at the edge of the box but the outcome inevitably sailed high over Semple’s bar and almost over the high wire fence behind his goal. Meadow then enjoyed their best spell of pressure and arguably created the best chance of the half only for Semple to deny Barr through the narrowing the angle and pulling off a fine save at the near post. The home side continued to press and switched Strachan to the right but they could not conjure up any further chances of equal note.

Five minutes before break good build up play down the left from the Glens ended with Dempster working his way into the box and his shot from a tight angle find the side netting. H/T Meadow 0 Glens 0

As in the first half, Glenafton were first to show albeit ably assisted by Meadow. On 48 minutes Miller nicked the ball with ease from Ryan and took a few strides toward goal before unleashing a shot from 22 yards out which whizzed over the bar. Three minutes later the same player capitalised on a slip by Mark Campbell to burst down the left flank before making his way into the box where Ryan made amends for his earlier mishap by dispossessing  the Glens striker with a well-timed tackled; the referee well positioned to wave away penalty claims.

Meadow quickly regained their composure and on 52 minutes were unfortunate not to get their noses in front when Gareth Turner engineered his way behind the visitors back line to drill a shot to which Semple may just have got a touch before the ball cannoned off the post and the keeper then scrambled along the ground to smother the rebound.  The home side continued to press and only a timely intervention by McKenzie prevented Reeder from tapping in at the back post.

Gareth Turner goes close

Gareth Turner goes close

Some respite for the Glens saw McKenzie curl in a wicked free kick only for Ryan to head clear and Meadow were soon back on the front foot . On the hour mark another chance to take the lead went a-begging when, with the visitors’ defence stretched, a ball from the right found the unmarked McGuinness at the back post but with Semple stranded and the open net beckoning he failed to find the target.

Only half-chances fell the way of the visitors, Steele did well to find space in the box and control the ball before blasting over and then a cracking corner-kick from Gus Cochrane failed to find any takers.  On 74 minutes Meadow’s luck deserted them again as they came close to breaking the deadlock, albeit in controversial circumstances. Glen Mitchell was floored with a face knock but Barr was allowed to play on and from the right hand corner flag lofted the ball to the back post where the incoming Turner met it first time only to blast it off the post.  Ten men Glens then survived some aerial attacks as Mitchell received treatment on the side line to stop the bleeding nose.

Dempster and Steele played a peach of a one-two which concluded with the former’s first time strike from the edge of the box soaring just wide of target, while at the other end Semple clutched a Barr header with ease.

John Dempster hunts down Robert Halliday

John Dempster hunts down Robert Halliday

Both sides made changes with Finlay Frye replacing McGuinness for the Meadow while later the Glens brought on Gareth Armstrong for Miller and then Gareth Campbell for Cochrane.

With three minutes to go the substitutions paid dividends for the visitors. Campbell picked out Armstrong who killed the ball in the ‘D’ at the edge of the penalty box and faced with a line of three Meadow defenders bided his time before rolling the ball wide for the incoming John Dempster who having given the fourth of the back four the slip made his way to the corner of the six yard box before calmly placing the ball beyond the reach of Wardrope and into the safe have of the Meadow net.

JD slots home the winner

JD slots home the winner

The juxtaposition of the red topped celebrations and the blue shirted post-mortem underlined the stark significance of the goal for both sides.

Joy as John Dempster hits the winner

Joy as John Dempster hits the winner

The home side dusted themselves down and pegged the Glens back as they went in search of a share of the points. Two minutes into added time a Strachan cross from the right was met at the back post by Barr only for his venomous volley to be bravely blocked by Craig Potter and Armstrong.  Two minutes later the whistle went, fittingly with Dempster in control of the ball at the Meadow’s corner. F/T Meadow 0 Glens 1

Irvine Meadow: Wardrope, Reeder, Halliday, Ryan, Campbell, Strain, Hamilton, McGuiness (Frye), Barr, Strachan, Turner. Subs McGowan, McLellan, Howitt

Glenafton Athletic:  Semple; Potter, G. Mitchell, McKillen, McEwan; McKenzie, D.Mitchell, Steele, Cochrane (Campbell); Miller (Armstrong), Roberston (Dempster). Subs McChesney, Colligan, Eaglesham, Dunsmuir.

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Other scores: Arthurlie 1 Petershill 1, Clydebank 1 Ashfield 0, Kirkintilloch 1 Cumnock 3, Pollok 3 Beith 2.

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