Northend trounced as Lamlash rack up the pressure on Shiskine

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Northend 0 Brodick 18

Northend Thistle had a bruising encounter with opponents Brodick FC on Monday when a fired up Brodick scored 18 goals and prevented the opposition from scoring a single goal. In beleaguered form, and on their home ground at Lochranza, Northend Thistle felt the determination of the Brodick side with the dynamic duo of Archie McNicol scoring five times and Adam McNicol scoring four times. Owen Pele Quigley was also on fine form scoring a hat-trick and then later rounding it off to an even four later in the game. Babbies MacNeil and Andy Thomson each scored twice while Mark Halliday and Kyle McNicol also added to the score sheet. Owen Pele Quigley was awarded man of the match by referee Donald Park.

Shiskine 1 Lamlash 4

At Shiskine a determined Lamlash side relentlessly attacked their Shiskine opponents, keeping the goalkeeper on his toes during a tense first half when Johnny Sloss and Sean Higgins repeatedly took pot-shots at the goals, eager to seek out any opportunity to score.

The pressure finally paid off with Grant Adamson, Johnny Sloss, Sam Tattersfield and Luke el Adam managing to put one past the keeper and into the back of the net. Putting up a brave fight and ensuring that the team were not left without a single goal Cammy Thomson scored for the Shiskine side.

Sean Higgins was awarded man of the match by referee Lewis Kennedy for his determined effort and game play throughout the game.

Sean Higgins and Shiskine’s Fred Galbraith leap into the air to compete for the ball.
Sean Higgins attempt at goal is thwarted by Shiskine’s William Sillars.
A ball coming from the foot of Johnny Sloss goes high and sails over the goal.
The Shiskine goalkeeper dives to successfully intercept an attempt at goal.