Glens still search­ing for first league win

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WITH their man­ager Wayne Con­roy re­sign­ing dur­ing the week Glenmuir had Kevin McAr­dle back in charge for this away fix­ture on Sun­day in divi­sion 3 of the North East League when they fought back twice in a topsy turvy firsthalf to earn a draw- their third of the cam­paign. They still are search­ing for their first league win.

They got off to the worst pos­si­ble start, fall­ing be­hind af­ter only sec­onds when the home striker nipped in to score af­ter the kick-off was played back towards the Glenmuir.

They re­cov­ered quickly, equal­is­ing in the sixth minute when Liam Cun­ning- ham crossed from the left for Sean Bai­ley to find the net.

The home side went back ahead and only ten min­utes gone only for Mark Mol­loy to res­tore par­ity with a lovely strike from 25 yards ten min­utes later.

Glenmuir edged in front five min­utes from the break when the Sum­mer­hill goal­keeper mis­judged a long ball by Edgar Bi­ta­nis and it went over his head to al­low Liam Cun­ning­ham a tap-in into the net.

Sum­mer­hilll re­stored par­ity about the hour mark, and that’s how it stayed with the sec­ond-half a scrappy af­fair and no way as ex­cit­ing at the first pe­riod with few scor­ing chances cre­ated. GLENMUIR: Stephen Ket­tle, Edgar Bi­ta­nis, Wil­lie Kelly, Colm Matthews, Rory Phe­lan, Daniel Mullen, Mark Mol­loy, Eimhin Cald­well, Sean Bai­ley, Josh Bai­ley ( Niall Cun­ning­ham ), Liam Cun­ning­ham.

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