BSC Glasgow - 1
East Kilbride FC - 2

EK’s U-20’s  continued the 100% start to the League season with hard fought 2-1 win over BCS Glasgow at Scotstoun on Friday night

Liam Craig's first half wonder strike was cancelled out by a Hussain Mansoor penalty, before skipper Fraser Robertson won it for for Kilby.

The extremely narrow pitch did not help Kilby, but the visitors settled well an lead after 25 minutes, when Robertson and Jones combined to set up Criag, who found the top corner of the net with a stunning volley from 25-yards.

Robertson then went close, but half-time arrived with EK holding a solitary lead.

Michael Jones had an chance to double the lead on the hour, but his shot was smothered by BSC keeper Barr.

Kilby would rue the missed chances, and BSC equalised moments later when Hussasin Mansoor converted from the spot, after Lee Davidson had fouled Alan Murray in the box.

Undeterred by the set-back, EK regrouped and regained the lead ten minutes later, when Anton McGuigan beat two playes on the the left, to set up Robertson who smashed the ball high into the net at the far post.

Substitute Michael Anderson put in an impressive display, and twice came close to increasing the lead, before BSC were reduced to ten men after John Stewart was dismissed.

Michael Jones had the chance to kill the game off ten minutes from time, but unusually saw his penalty kick saved by Barr, after Liam Craig had been fouled.


However, Kilby finished the match in dominant form to claim all three points to remain top of the table.


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