Dynamo run riot... again
Sunday Central AFL with Ian Kendall James Miller’s four goals and a hat-trick from Dylan McKinnon saw Castlemilk Dynamo ease to a 12-0 win over Eastfield Star.
Andrew Cunningham was also on the scoresheet again, scoring twice, and goals from Craig Cairney, Mark McGhee and Dom Larkin completed the rout.
Castlemilk’s Alan Semple hailed the team who have conceded just one goal and scored 21 in three league games.
He said:“It was yet another convincing win today. We made a few changes and had a bench as strong as you would see anywhere in amateur football.
“We controlled the game from start to finish and fully deserved the win.”
Meanwhile, Cambuslang Football Academy bowed out of the Sunday amateur Scottish Cup following a 5-0 defeat to Westside of the Lothian and Edinburgh AFA.
In the Premier 2, Sporting Pumas thrashed Castlemilk United 7-1 and Rutherglen Rovers lost 5-1 to Haldane United.
Neighbours Rutherglen Burgh also suffered defeat as they went down 6-4 to Kilsyth Rovers in the Championship 2. Greater Glasgow Premier AFL Newton Vale continue to top Division 1 but had to come from a goal down to eventually win 6-2 against Glasgow University.
The students opened the scoring when a free-kick was misjudged by debutant goalkeeper David McKegney.
But it wasn’t long before the hosts were on level terms as Kieran Zeb dinked a cross to the back post for Martin Jones who unselfishly played the ball back for Marc McFarlane to score.
Zeb was the provider once again in the second half when Mark McFadden collected his pass and smashed home.
Darren Hampson and Darren Mowat were then introduced and made an instant impact. Mowat set up Jones who laid off to Hampson for Vale’s third.
Hampson netted the fourth while Jones capitalised on a spill from the keeper to make it 5-1. Jones then doubled his tally before Glasgow Uni pulled one back late on.