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Easthall bag vital three points

Easthall Star 4

King, MacKinnon, Cameron, Hutchinson

Glentyan Thistle 1

McKellar
  • Tuesday, 04 February 2014
  • Stepford Football Centre
  • Under 19´s
  • GADYFL Under 19s

Forde McGhee | YFS West Region Journalist
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Easthall hosted Glentyan Thistle in what looked to be a tasty affair in the first division of the GADYFL, both teams had been very inconsistent this season and that showed in their league positions, Easthall ended 4-1 victors in a entertaining game to watch for a neutral.
 
After half an hour Mark King opened the scoring for the home side after some lovely work from the midfield resulted in the tricky forward being allowed to much time in the box and with his quality the ball was always going to end up in the back of the net.
 
Not long afterwards Easthall grabbed their second of the game when Sean McKinnon finished something he was involved in all the way from midfield, the Easthall player left the Glentyan goalie with no chance putting his side 2-0.
 
Glentyan pushed on for a goal before half time but some good defending and goalkeeping Easthall stuck out to half time not after conceding four or five corners though.
  • Half Time:
  • Easthall Star
  • 2-0
  • Glentyan Thistle
Glentyan came out looking more lively in the second half but so did the hosts and within ten minutes they grabbed a third, a great ball in to the box was met by either a Glentyan defender or the Easthall striker Daniel Cameron but the home sides forward was definitely claiming it and no one took it off him but just as that was decided so was it that Cameron was coming off to his disbelief.
 
Glentyan pushed on tryout and though they were in when a misjudged ball from the Easthall defence set Connor Torrens free but he couldn't keep his composure and fires well wide.
 
Easthall all but killed the game off when Martyn Hutchinson fired in from close range to make the score line read 4-0.
 
The pace of the game slowed down now not to the liking of Easthall and with not long to go the away side finally managed to score when Dean McKellars attempt tricked under the arms of Easthall keeper Danny Clinton, that was the last real action of the game and a well deserved and needed three points for the Hall boys.
  • Full Time:
  • Easthall Star
  • 4-1
  • Glentyan Thistle

Lineups

Easthall Star
Glentyan Thistle
1. Danny Clinton
2. Thomas Hannah
3. Paul McLellan
4. Jay Wilsom
5. Aaron Johnstone
6. Sean McKinnon
7. Logan Kelly
8. Craig Callander
9. Mark King
10. Daniel Cameron
11. Martyn Hutchinson
12. Kieran McConville
14. Dean Scott
15. Dylan Martin
1. Ross Duncan
2. Scott Lindsay
3. Ross Campbell
4. Lee Crushianks
5. Jake Cowan
6. Nicky Love
7. Dean McKellar
8. Dylan Blair
9. Connor Torrens
10. Scott Roberts
11. Callum Stevanson
12. Lewis McCarthur
Star Player
Easthall Star
Glentyan Thistle
Mark King took his goal well and looked dangerous all game for the home side.
Dean McKellar was Glentyans main man everything came down his side and he bagge himself a decent goal.
Magic Moment
Easthall Star
Glentyan Thistle
He first goal in the game was always going to be important and Easthall scoring it let them go on to dominate
McKellar struck his shot sweetly past Clinton
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