Kelburne Q bike Mens 2s continue winning start to season

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The Paisley outfit traveled to peffermill to face their first uni team of the season. The team welcomed back Andy Bremner, Josh Cairns, Neil McIntyre and Michael Nicol.

After the first few mins of the game it was apparent that the uni team were a well organised outfit, however early in the first half kelburne made the break through after winning a short corner.  Drag flick specialist cairns forced a good save from the keeper down low to his left, however he was unable to save the rebound which fell to Cairns again and he calmly flicked it over the keeper.

Goal number 2 from the Kelburne came from open play again Cairns was the provider. Cairns received the ball just outside the D. With some silky skills made his way into the D and fired a reverse stick shot top bag leaving the keeper no chance.

Goal number 3 came again from Cairns who completed his hat trick. Another penalty corner this time Cairns firing low to the keeper?s right.

Half time Edinburgh uni 2nd Xl    0-5   Kelburne Q bike Mens 2nd Xl. 

Half number two started much the same as the first. Kelburne with a 3/4 press and picking up any forced balls through.  Goal number 4 came from......yep you guessed it Cairns again. The move started from the left side line, the vets forward Tervitt passing the ball out towards Hutchison who from there zipped a pass to the penalty spot. Bremner got a good touch which forced a save from the keeper however Cairns was lurking back post and picked up the rebound and fired home from a fairly tight angle.

Kelburne final goal came from physics teacher Miles Goldie. Goldie received the ball on the left side on the edge of the D and weaved his way to the penalty spot where his sclaffed shot made its way past the keeper into the bottom right corner.

Good result from the team who continue their winning run.

No games next week however the team return the on the Saturday 24th for a game against newly promoted Watsonians who are also unbeaten.