Bromac Kelburne Mens 1s hit big score against Stirling University

Bromac Kelburne: 22 (twenty two)

Stirling University: 0

Saturday 10th October 2015

Today saw the first round of the Scottish Cup with an eager Bromac Kelburne team fresh from two clean sheets in the league taking on a Stirling University side struggling in division 3. Bromac Kelburne were briefed by coaching duo Chris Nelson and Iain Scholefield that a professional performance was required and that the game should be treated like a top of the table clash.

The first half started with Bromac Kelburne putting the Stirling University defense under immense pressure. Lee Morton got proceedings under way with a well taking volley leaving the keeper with no chance. A number of short corners were being won by the Bromac Kelburne team and 'Short corner specialist' Josh Cairns stepped up to slot the ball low past the keeper. Kelburne were in complete control of possession and were making the Stirling Uni team work hard in defense. A number of quick goals were then scored by Ross McIntyre, Lee Morton, Michael Christie, Johnny Christie(2), Michael Christie and Lee Morton. A number of these goals coming from close range with the Bromac Kelburne team passing the ball well and finding the gaps to create simple tap ins.

Half time:

Bromac Kelburne: 12

Stirling University: 0

The new coaching team were keen to keep up the energy and effort in the 2nd half and the team delivered with a further 10 goals. The goal scorers were Josh Cairns, Jack McKenzie, Neil McIntyre, Chris Nelson, Josh Cairns, Jack McKenzie, Lee Morton, Jack McKenzie, Lee Morton and the final goal came from Kelburne new boy Gary Maitles who managed to find some space in the circle to fire a fierce reverse stick shot into the bottom corner. Assistant coach Iain Scholefield said after the game. "The boys did a cracking job today scoring some fantastic team goals, keeping a clean sheet and we were able to run through our full battery of short corner options. The lads can have a day off from training tomorrow and we will re group next week for an important double header of league games."

Full time:

Bromac Kelburne: 22

Stirling University: 0

Bromac Kelburne's next fixtures are a home game against Dundee Wanderers on Saturday 17th October and an away game against current Scottish Cup and Play off Champions Grange on Sunday 18th October.

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