Pupils U16s thrashed in sea­son opener

Campbeltown Courier - - SPORT -

A POOR turnout of play­ers made for a bit­terly dis­ap­point­ing start to the sea­son for Camp­bel­town Pupils 2002s.

The Pupils U16s were thrashed at home by Bal­jaf­fray FC In­ter 2002s, af­ter an im­pres­sive per­for­mance from the Glas­gow side.

Bal­jaf­fray, who were de­serv­ing of their win, took con­trol of the game from kick-off at the all-weather pitch and never looked back.

Not enough of the Pupils play­ers turned up on the day and it could have been a heav­ier de­feat if not for McKel­lar sav­ing a penalty and some brave Pupils de­fence.


Su­per sports­man­ship: Play­ers and coaches shake hands at the end of the match.


Pupils player Ross Brown fights for con­trol of the ball.


El­liot Gem­mill re­tained the ball de­spite this tackle.

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