Bromac Kelburne Mens 1s Beat Edinburgh Uni 2-0 - 22.4.17
Today saw the final game of the season with Kelburne thinking a second place finish was on the cards. Before push back news was filtering through that Grange had lost to Western, which gave Kelburne the chance to claim an unexpected 13th league title in a row. Composure and control were the key messages before the game and the team delivered on this. Not very many chances where created in the first half but the Kelburne defense also made sure Edinburgh Uni did not get a single shot in on goal. The dead lock was broken midway through the half from a well worked penalty corner which Ben Peterson dispatched into the bottom corner. The score remained 1-0 at half time. More of the same was asked for in the second half and Kelburne did this by controlling most of the possession and creating a number of scoring chances. The second came when Lee Morton put a reverse stick cross into the circle which was deflected in by an Edinburgh Uni defender. Uni did create a few chances from short corners but these were well blocked by a solid Kelburne defensive line. The final whistle soon followed and the celebrations began.
Next up sees Kelburne going for the Scottish Cup trophy against Grange at Glasgow Green next week.