Goals ga­lore at At­lantis

The Oban Times - - TIMES SPORT -

FOL­LOW­ING a num­ber of call- offs last week, it was back to busi­ness as usual in the At­lantis Leisure five-a- side foot­ball league.

Men­zies Parcels 2 Oban Join­ery Ser­vices9

Oban Join­ery Ser­vices fi­nally got their league cam­paign un­der way af­ter a cou­ple of un­for­tu­nate call- offs. It was a close game with OJS go­ing in at half-time just the one goal to the good.

A quick flurry of goals and dom­i­nant play saw them put seven past a yet again de­pleted Men­zies squad, who did well to hold on in the first half with a squad of five. Man of the Match was OJS’ Scott MacMil­lan.

Oak­lea 3 Glen­sanda 9

In an en­counter where the score­line did not re­flect the true close­ness of the game, it was the de­fend­ing cham­pi­ons Glen­sanda who over­came an Oak­lea squad who were well up for the game.

Glen­sanda had a de­pleted squad, but the clin­i­cal fin­ish­ing of once again man of the mMatch Craig McEwen saw them over­come a dif­fi­cult game in which they were trail­ing. Oak­lea made a great game of it with some ex­cel­lent play, un­for­tu­nately they just couldn’t put many of their chances away.

AC Mil­ama 11 OES 3

AC Mil­ama con­tin­ued their un­beaten start to the sea­son with an­other big vic­tory over a tough OES side. The vic­to­ri­ous side have started the sea­son well, and played with a lot of con­fi­dence, and if not for a great per­for­mance from OES goal­keeper, the score­line could have been a lot worse for the new­com­ers. Man of the Match was AC Mil­ama’s David McPhee who did the job at both ends of the pitch with some fan­tas­tic fin­ish­ing and good, ag­gres­sive de­fend­ing at the other.

Cuan Mor 3 In­ter Mil­ama 8

In the last fix­ture of the af­ter­noon, it was Cuan Mor who looked likely to take the points, go­ing 3- 0 up af­ter the first 15 min­utes and look­ing ex­tremely dan­ger­ous and com­fort­able.

In­ter Mil­ama, who were with­out their cap­tain Grant MacPher­son dug deep and pulled one back be­fore half-time. The sec­ond half was a to­tally dif­fer­ent story as In­ter came rac­ing out of the blocks and re­ally took con­trol of a game that they could have eas­ily let slip away.

Robert John­ston was in­volved in nearly all of In­ter’s goals and was cer­tainly wor­thy of the Man of the Match award.

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