Under 8 Kynog United V Kilcock Celtic

Kynog Utd 0 – 4 Kilcock Celtic


Another large crowd at Kynog Park saw Kilcock run out worthy winners after playing some nice neat football. Kynog opened slowly and found themselves under pressure from the start and only some last ditch defending from Kaytlin Maher and Aaron Cullen kept Kilcock out in those frantic opening exchanges. Kynog worked themselves into the match and Kilcock must have wondered if their best chances had gone, until Sean Burns netted with a fine finish to put them 1-0 up. The game continued to look even in the run up to half time until a horrendous piece of bad luck for Kynog saw them go 2-0 down when a hopeful ball into the box was turned into the net by a Kynog boot with no Kilcock player near. The teams turned round for the second half and it was Kilcock who again started strongly and it was no surprise when Finlay Nainr put them 3-0 up with a fine angled drive. They could have gone further in front if it wasn’t for Kynog goalkeeper, Cathal Walsh, who made some good saves to keep the score at 3-0. Kynog continued to battle and were unlucky not to get on the score sheet through Owen Melia or Johnny Byrne whose shots were well saved by the Kilcock keeper, but it wasn’t to be for Kynog, and Kilcock added a further fine strike from Adam McNally to run out comfortable winners despite the best efforts of a Kynog team who never gave up.