K-PARK ROUND-UP WITH JOSH KANE
Points shared for Golds
It was a share of the spoils at Argyll Park in Alexandria on Sunday afternoon as the U19 Golds drew 2-2 withVale of Leven.
A sluggish performance saw the boys drop two points in their first game back following the festive break.
A double from Jony Wills ensured Kilby started the year with something to show for their efforts.
Draw with Bankies
The under-19 Blues also had to settle for a point on Sunday afternoon as they fought out a 1-1 draw with Clydebank at K-Park.
In a very competitive and entertaining match, the sides couldn’t be separated and a point apiece was a fair result.
The scorer for East Kilbride was Cavanagh as the side now prepare for a busy January period.
Back to league duty for U17s
Saturday will see the U17s get back to league duty as they make the trip to Linwood Rangers.
The side will be hoping to take their impressive 2018 form into the new calendar year.
Cup action for Reserves
The Kilby reserves faced Queen’s Park in the SPFL Reserve Challenge Cup onTuesday night at K-Park as they got back to competitive business since the Christmas and New Year break.
Training resumed last Tuesday night as the squad look to continue their impressive start to their league campaign, which sees them sitting third in the table.
Next up in the for the side is another cup match, this time the boys head toThe Reigart Stadium to face Albion Rovers on Monday.