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Saturday, November 7th 2009

5:00 PM

Glenafton Athletic vs. Neilston Juniors: Super League 1st Division


Scorers: Miller, Clapperton, Eeles

New signing Steven Shankland went straight into the starting eleven in place  of Michael and partnered Brian Miller up front. Ryan Wilson returned to the left back slot with Aaron Scoular taking his place on the bench. The Glens opened the scoring on 10 minutes when Brian Miller made the most of a defensive mix up between keeper Mark Quinn and his centre half at the edge of the box and the rolled the ball into the gaping goal. Some eight minutes later defender Gordon Moffat then played consecutive one-two's with Miller and David Clapperton before bursting into the box bust a last ditch tackled by Joe Bryers prevented the home side from doubling their lead. Simon Eeles then flashed a ball across the goalmouth with the goalie rooted but neither of the three Afton lads running in could get a toe on it. Neilston fought back and on 30 minutes keeper Ally Semple made a point blank save to preserve the now precarious looking lead.which disappeared eighty minutes later when David Armour slotted home the equaliser from a lethal breakaway move. HT Glens 1 Neilston 1. The Farmers Boys were in the driving seat for a spell after the break and Semple came to the Glens' rescue again. The home side rallied and David Clapperton rifled home an Eeles cut back from a corner kick. Minutes later a brilliant passing moved from back to from ended with Simon Eeles cutting in from the wing and giving Quinn no chance as he double the hone side's lead. A goal by the visitor's Ian Milne ensured a nervy ending to the match but the Glens held on to secure all of the three precious points. FT Glens 3 Neilston 2

Glenafton: Semple; Moffat, Merrilees, Mullen, Wilson Eeles, Middleton, Clappperton, Quitongo; Shankland, Miller

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