Kelburne travelled up to Rosyth to play newly promoted Carnegie on a very poor pitch.
From the start Kelburne took the game to the home team, and it payed off as in the first ten minutes Jonny Christie made it 1-0. Kelburne kept on the pressure and got them a penalty flick which was comfartably converted by Gordon Menzies. Kelburne quickly follwed with another goal from Jimmy Mcrea. Kelburne were in firm control of the game and after keeping the ball for about 5 minutes they scored another from some beautiful play with Jonny Christie finishing it off for his second. With Carnegie looking shaky at the back Kelburne pressed even harder and it payed off as they won a penalty corner. A nicely worked corner ended up with Colin Bryce scoring his first goal of the season. With the half time whistle approaching Jonny Christie magaged to grab his hatrick after scoring with a good hit from the penalty spot.
Half Time Carnegie 0 - 6 Kelburne.
Kelburne started the second half with a high intensity and their good play managed them to grab a 7th with Lee Morton scoring from the back post.With the 3 points secured it was just a case of how many. With some slack defending from Carnegie Jimmy Mcrea scored to get his second goal of the game. Kelburne then had an extra man as one of the Carnegie players recieved a yellow card. Kelburne wasted no time in taking advantage of the extra man when Jonnie Christie made it 4 for him with a beautiful peace of individual play. Just as the Carnegie player rejoined the game to make the teams even numbers Kelburne were a man down as Gordon Menzies was yellow carded for foul language. However this did not stop Kelburne from pressin and they added an 11th, with Jonnie Christie scoring his 5th goal. With Kelburne back to 11 men they rounded of an impressive display with a 12th goal, from some excellent passing Lee Morton was at the backpost to complete his hatrick.
Kelburne will look to take the confidence from this game into next weeks trip to Auchenhowie where they will face last years and this years title contenders Western Wildcats.