Loch cruise to win over bottom club
Loch Lomond I travelled to play East Kilbride II, who are sitting bottom of the league table.
The first 10 minutes of the game were contained in the midfield, with Loch Lomond pushing high up the pitch to put pressure on the East Kilbride defenders.
Goal number one came from a well worked penalty corner, with Molly Macken putting the final touch over the line for Loch Lomond.
A hard battle ensued around the East Kilbride D and only some last-ditch defending denied Loch Lomond another goal.
With the Loch Lomond defenders and midfielders challenging EK at every location on the pitch, they rarely made it into the Loch Lomond backfield.
Goal number two came just before half-time, this time from an excellent run and brilliant finish by Rosie McColgan.
Lomond came out of the blocks in an explosive manner at the start of the second half and were three up within five minutes courtesy of an excellently placed strike once again by McColgan.
Goal number four came shortly afterwards when some great linking play tore the East Kilbride defence apart and an on-fire Macken drew the keeper and coolly slotted the ball into the net.
The back three of Sue Monty-Aikman, Hannah Leach and Zubi Kofi worked off each other flawlessly, with MontyAikman constantly communicating to her two defenders about challenging high.
Another goal from McColgan and another two from Macken put the result beyond doubt but Loch Lomond had one more goal in the tank when captainVanessa Sabala stuck the ball low and hard from the edge of the D.
On target Vanessa Sabala and Rosie McColgan