Men's 2's make it 11 from 11

Thomson's Cycles Kelburne 3
Uddingston                             1

Kelburne started the game strong keeping possession and creating chances, although unable to convert. However after 11 minutes Kelburne broke through after Neil McIntyre and Ewan Carmichael produced some good play before Andy Bremmner played the ball back post for a JG Shepherd tap in. 

Kelburne took this and stepped up another level with Uddingston playing very deep. This allowed Kelburne to have some space and eventually a second goal came. After some good play from Lenny in the midfield the ball found its way to Andrew Duff and once again the ball fell to JG at back post. Kelburne continued to put on the pressure and eventually won a short corner. The ball was slipped to Andrew Duff who swept the ball into the goal. Now 3 ahead and Kelburne started to take there foot off the gas. This presented Uddingston with a chance to pull a goal back after a lack of communication let a forward slip in behind and eventually put his shot just wide. Towards the end of the first half Kelburne started to improve again and won a series of short corners which they were unlucky not to score. At half time captain Ewan Carmichael spoke about how Kelburne started really well but shouldn't get complacent as there was still plenty of time left in the game.

HT Thomsons Cycles Kelburne 2nd XI 3-0 Uddingston 2nd XI

As the second half began Uddingston were playing a lot more aggressive and putting pressure on the Kelburne defence. After 10 minutes though Uddingston managed to grab a goal after an unmarked man managed to sneak behind the Kelburne defence to be given an easy tap in. Kelburne started to up the tempo after this and were unlucky not to extend there lead after a series of great saves from the opposition goalkeeper. Uddingston nearly brought themselves within a goal when a flick was awarded. Unlike the cup game in the previous week, the penalty was missed and the score stayed at 3-1. Kelburne held out the rest of the game comfortably to claim the 3 points. That means Kelburne continue there great run of form and are now 11 from 11 in the league.

FT Thomsons Cycles Kelburne 2nd XI 3-1 Uddingston 2nd XI