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Milton's star performance

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Milton 98's
 vs
Livingston United Star
 
 
 
Under 16's WLAYFC League
 
01 December 2013
 
 
 
Milton this week had another home fixture to Livingston Utd star. Last season Livingston were one of the few teams to defeat Milton, but Milton have been on excellent form this season and were ensuring this wasn't going to be repeated.
 
Milton put pressure on the visitors from the whistle and it within 4 minutes Milton were rewarded a penalty when the ball hit the Livingston defenders hand. Robbie Sneddon stepped up but was unfortunate not to keep his 100% conversions intact when he beat the keeper but the ball rebounded back off the post.
 
Milton did however take the lead in the 11th minute, when Scott Duncan headed the back ball across goal from a corner and Jack Honeyman headed home from 5 yards.
 
Milton continued to press and doubled the lead on the 25th minutes when Callum Rodger played the ball through for Adam Beirne to slot it past the keeper from 3 yards. Goal number three came on the 31st minute when Robbie Sneddon played the ball into the box for Craig Hunter to latch onto it, and knock it past the stranded keeper.
 
Half time: Milton 98’s 3-0 Livingston United Star
 
Milton started the second half the way they ended the first and were dominating and dictating the play. Livingston Utd were still fighting for the ball and were making it difficult for Milton in spells of the game, however Milton were showing why they are top of the league and broke down every Livingston attack.
 
It did take Milton 18 minute into the second half before they were able to add to the tally. Jordan Brown scored almost a copycat goal to his one from last week when he rifled a shot from 29 yards over the top of the goalkeeper and into the net.
 
Number 5 was shortly after when on the 63 yard min, Morgan Reid latched onto the ball from a corner, his first effort was saved by the outstanding Livingston goalkeeper but he made sure on the rebound when he fired it home from close range.
 
Milton's final goal came when Joe Tortolano sent a great ball into the back post and it was headed in by Lewis Greener when the goalkeeper having no chance.
 
Full Time: Milton 98’s 6-0 Livingston United Star
 
Milton still remain league leaders and undefeated after 13 league games, and only conceding 2 goals, which is an excellent achievement.
 
Players men of the match was Scott Duncan, Jordan Brown And Callum Rodger. Milton wish Livingston Utd Star all the best for the rest of the season.
 
 
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