Bari 1 1 Halpin
In a game which swung from end to end for the entire thirty minutes both players might have thought they could have won it. Bari took the lead early in the second half only for Halpin to grab a quick equaliser. With a minute remaining Halpin got the ball in the box and a good shot followed. The ball did go in the net but to Halpin’s dismay, the goal was disallowed for having two hands on the table. A draw was probably a fair result.
Burns 5 0 Berry
The score suggests a one-sided game but it definitely wasn’t. Berry vhad two or three early chances before Burns began to play and create some good chances. He hit the bar four times but scored twice in the first half. The second half continued in a similar vein and with some clinical finishing Burns added three more.
Butler 7 0 R McKenzie
Butler’s finishing in this game was deadly. McKenzie did play well at times but could not capitalise on his good play.
Bari 0 0 F McKenzie
This was an end to end affair but neither player could find a goal. It was McKenzie’s first pont on the board.
F McKenzie 1 4 R McKenzie
In the last game of the evening, the McKenzie Derby, Ronnie punished his son with some well taken goals. Fraser had some great spells but his play was littered with costly errors. He’s young but improving and will cause a few problems for his more experienced rivals.