on 14.10.17 - After returning from the EHL weekend in Barcelona it was back to domestic action with a tough game facing them in Dundee. Starting slow Kelburne went behind in the opening few minutes with poor defending letting in the wanderers forward to work his way along the baseline to score past young Logan McClure making his debut in goal. From then Kelburne appeared to up the tempo of there play with chances being created and working the opposing keeper. Johnny Christie then levelled scoring with a smart finish into the roof of the net and minutes later Chris Caldwell put the paisley side infront to go into half time 2-1 up. The 2nd half was all Kelburne with a lot of attacking pace going forward with the only chances wanderers having being the odd counter attacks. The wanderers keeper was certainly getting worked and after the restart Jack Mckenzie had a lovely finish disallowed which was questionable. That certainly didn't dent his confidence as he was soon on the scoresheet making it 3-1. More goals were to follow from Neil McIntyre having a good game in midfield, Adam Bain finishing from a flowing move down the left wing and finally Johnny Christie from the penalty spot to conclude matters at 6-1.
Kelburne now move onto a double header weekend, travelling to Edinburgh to play Grange in what will be a competitive affair with 3 points on the minds of both sides. Sunday finds Kelburne playing in the knockout stages of the Scottish cup at home in a game they will feel confident in advancing to the latter stages of the competition.