Dy­namo run riot... again

Rutherglen Reformer - - Juniors -

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.

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