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Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
QPS Reserves4Win
Illies Celtic0Loss

QPS Reserves made a good start to life in the First division with a 4-0 home win over Illies Celtic who were relegated from the Premier division last season and who would of been fancied as one of the teams to challange for the title goals from Josh Mc Laughlin (2) Jack Mc Connolouge and Gavin Grant

Report

In a surprising result the point started the season in fine style and started well with Josh McLaughlin being denied by a good save from Johnathan Noone after good work by Jack McConalogue .Illies replied with Dominic Doherty seeing a twenty five yards free well saved by David Bell.The home side  took the lead midway through the half when good work by  Joe Johnstone on the right saw his cross slotted home by McLaughlin from close range. It got better after the restart when they added a second goal on 52 minutes when McLaughlin converted another good cross from Johnstone.
Number three came on 57 minutes when a McConalogue effort came off the bar to Gavin Grant to slot home. Minutes later they made it four when McConalogue raced  clear and fired low past Johnathan Noone from the edge of the area.Illies tried to respond and had a few late chances with Martin Coyle firing just wide before Charlie McLaughlin was denied by a fine save from Bell after an excellent Stephen Doherty cross.The last chance fell to the home side but McConalogue had an attempted lob come back off the bar.

Details

Date Time League Season
28/08/2016 9:41 am Strand Hotel First Division 2016/17

Ground

School Field, Muff
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