Nine players attended on a very wet night in Glasgow. Tom Burns got back on the winning trail with a convincing victory over Dave Houston. Colin Day, still with three games in hand reduced Burns’ lead to six points. Day lost his first goal of the season but managed to defeat Barry Corr 2-1. Day scored two first half goals with two incisive moves through the centre of the Corr defence. Corr pulled one back in the second half but Day’s measured approach ensured all three points. Day, however, was held to a goal-less draw by Dave Gladman. Both players had chances and although Day had a little more of the play, a draw was probably a fair result. Earlier, Gladman had defeated Colin Berry. An excellent first half performance put Gladman two goals to the good but in a more even second half, Berry was unlucky not to pull a goal back. Willie Fleming returned to action and two victories against John Halpin and Martin Phee moved him six places up the league.
The evening also saw the start of Glasgow Cup action. In Group 1 Houston, using flats, got the better of Martin Phee whilst in Group 2 Burns and Fleming played out an ill-tempered goal-less draw.
3 Replies to “Club night 21/10/13”
it wasn.t an ill tempered match,just tetchy due to some strange refereeing decsions
Tetchy is a better word, it’s true
hi dave we have the dates for the io.22nd and 23rd feb.