Kennoway were victorious on the final day of the season as they came from behind to beat Kinross. The hosts had led through goals by Paul McLintoch and Daniel Munro but a terrific Cameron Kirk inspired comeback as well as goals from Paul Sparrow and Robbie McEwar was enough for the visitors to end the season with a victory.
In beautiful weather conditions, both sides began with the aim of winning their final game of the season and Kinross controlled possession in the first few minutes but Kennoway produced the first chances. Sparrow's shot flashed wide before Ryan O’Donnell headed over the bar. Kennoway kept up the pressure on the hosts as Kieran Whipp headed straight at Cameron Banks in the Kinross goal before Banks denied Kirk with a great save after the striker got the better of the Kinross defence.
It took 16 minutes for Kinross to record their first effort. Sean Cowe's corner was headed off the line after sailing over everyone’s head before, four minutes later, Cameron Black's shot was denied brilliantly by the Kennoway keeper after breaking through the defence. Kinross, after firing a couple of warning shots did take the lead. McLintoch received the ball on the right side of the box and jinxed past one before firing it low under the goalkeeper. The lead was doubled 60 seconds later. The Kinross players' player of the season Lewis Caulfield won a high ball from defence and played the ball into Euan Duthie. He played a killer ball into the path of Cameron Donnelly and his pass across the face of goal meant that Munro was able to charge into the box and convert a simple tap-in.
The hosts looked to make it three but were lucky not to get caught out on the break. Kirk beat the offside trap but Banks made the save. The ball rebounded back to Kirk and despite rounding Banks, Cowe was able to slide in and clear the goalbound strike. Kirk got his goal six minutes later as his cross looped over everyone, including the goalkeeper and clipped the far post and in.