A second-half goal from Harmony Row player Darren Torvit prevented an historic win for Barrhead YFC, who were close to getting their first win against this Harmony Row team, before being scuppered and having to go away with a 2-2 draw.
Barrhead got off to a quick start, with striker Kieran Brophy forcing Harmony Row to react quickly to his strike just 3 minutes into the game. It would be the home team, however, that would create the first goal – a delightful cross finding its way to the head of Paul Danks, who headed the ball in to the back of the net for the hosts.
Barrhead fought back, creating the large majority of the chances before Brophy found himself past the opposition defence in the 20th minute, having the composure to slot the ball past the keeper for the equaliser.
Barrhead’s second goal, scored just 5 minutes from half-time, was a joy to behold. After a delightful first touch from midfielder Kristopher Lawson, the number 25 scooped a pass above the Harmony Row defence to the striker Brophy, who then proceeded to lob the ball over the unsuspecting goalkeeper for the goal. It was an audacious finish which fired the away team in to the lead.