5.12.71 Ayr Bruins 9 Glasgow Dynamos
7 Ayrshire Advertiser Report Dec 1971
McBride Hits Five
Ayr Bruins 9 Glasgow Dynamos 7
Five great goals from Jackson McBride
– bringing his total to nine in two games – helped Bruins to record “the double “ over the Glasgow
Though minus suspended
stars, Jimmy Young and Ally Brennan and the injured Frank Dempster, Bruins showed no sign of any inferiority complex……and
took the lead in just three minutes. Jim Roxburgh sent McBride away and he gave Mackay no chance with a fine shot. Three minutes
later McBride opened a gap for McCrae to score from close in. On the ten minute mark, with dynamos reeling, McBride scored
the third with a fine solo effort.
Bruins put on Logan
for Reid at the start of the second period – and he had barely settled in when Sinclair fired a great shot from the
wing to reduce the leeway. And it took Bruins until halfway through the period to find the route to goal again. Darrell McGregor
crashed a fierce blueliner to complete a neat McCord Miller move. A snapshot from Callaghan gave the Dynamos their second
counter but Bruins quickly retaliated and Hendrie set up McBride for his hat trick.
Leading 5-2 at the
start of the third period, Bruins lost an early goal through Carroll. That goal heralded a fantastic scoring spree, with six
counters coming within ten minutes. Mcbride netted his fourth and miller quickly added another. Shields replied for the visitors
but again Bruins hit a quick one- two with McCrae and McBride finding the net to complete the Ayr side’s scoring.
goal from Hester suggested the Glasgow side might make a fight of it yet – but they left it too late and could only
counter with last gasp goals from Hester and Thomson.
Bruins – Logan,
Reid; McGregor, McIntosh, Hendrie; McBride, McCrae, McCord, Miller, Roxburgh, Baird: