Glynhill Kelburne Ease to Opening Win

Glynhill Kelburne opened their quest for their eighth consecutive title with a comfortable five goal win over VWS Dundee Wanderers at Bellahouston on the opening day of the Subway national league

Kelburne started the game strongly  with some fluent passing moves, but unfortunately could not find the end product thanks to some good saves from the Wanderers goalkeeper.

Kelburne continued to pile on the pressure and eventually they got the break through thanks to Alan Forsyth. With half time approaching, Kelburne grabbed a second after some neat play ended with Gareth Hall putting the ball into the Wanderers goal.
Half time    Glynhill Kelburne 2 - 0 Dundee Wanderers

Glynhill Kelburne continued to dominate and after some good attacking play they were awarded a penalty corner. Player Coach Mark Ralph's flick was saved by the goalkeeper but the ball fell to Alan Forsyth who calmly slotted the ball into the bottom left corner for his second goal of the game.

Kelburne created chance after chance but were unable to convert. Lee morton's strike was saved by the goalkeeper and Alan Forsyth had an open goal but slipped just as the ball came to him. But the Champions hard work paid off with a bit of luck when Scottish Internationalist Chris Nelson's cross deflected off a Wanderers stick and into the goal.
16 year old Lee Morton rounded off the scoring with a last minute penalty flick after he was brought down in the circle.

The game finished 5- 0 but it could have easily have been more. Kelburne will look to build on this win next week when they travel to play Hillhead