Kynog United V Kilcock Celtic

Kynog  United    3
Kilcock Celtic     2
The early stages of this game saw the home side come closest to scoring with Glen Cullen heading against the crossbar following a Shane Merriman corner and some 5 minutes later Conor Staines got on the end of a Donal McGrath through ball only to see his effort come back off the upright. Kilcock responded with a Leon Glennon shot that had to be tipped over the bar by Blaine Treacy and an Ian Mooney strike forced the home keeper to save. Cian Gilligan made a clearance off the line following a corner kick. The injured Conor Staines was replaced by Eamon Cox who went into the heart of the Kynog defence. Kilcock raised their game and were limiting the home team to long range strikes which Elliot Fowler was dealing with comfortably.
The second half saw Adrian Moran open the scoring for the home team with a left footed strike . In the 50th minute the home team doubled their advantage when a Patrick Hudson pass found Donal McGrath whose shot found the corner of the net. To their credit Kilcock came back and reduced the deficit with a Michael Banbury effort. The game was now in the balance and the next goal was going to be crucial. Kynog pushed forward again driven on by Jack Kenny in midfield and he was in the right place to find the back of the net in the 68th minute. Elliot Fowler made a great save to deny Shane Merriman in the 72th minute. Kilcock then scored with a Leon Glennon strike direct from a free kick with five minutes remaining to complete the days scoring.