FIFE FLYERS 11 DYNAMOS 3
Flyers extended their unbeaten streak to 13 games by collecting two points from this
not over entertaining game. WIth the 'flu epIdemic claiming Hunter, John Taylor and Cargill among its victims, coach Young
promoted the Latto brothers, Douglas and Gordon, from the junior Kestrels. Despite some inspired work by the Dynamos defence,
in which A. Lavety and keeper Grant starred, the Fifers made heavy weather of the opening twenty and an unassisted goal by
Les Lovell was all they could manage to show for their efforts.
The middle frame was livelier though play was stIll pretty
ragged. Flyers underlined their undoubted superiority with goals but still did not look anything like world-beaters as first
Brennan scored from close in and then Wingfield, with a speculative long-range effort through a maze of legs,scored his first-ever
goal for Fife. Boreham missed an easy chance, but atoned a minute later when he tIpped in a rebound after good work by Muir.
opened the Dynamos account when he was sent through the middle by McBrIde, but seconds later McAuley made it 5-1. Hester,
having a very quiet, game, burst down the left and hIs centre was deflected into the net by the fast back-pedalling Medd.
G.Taylor and McAuley tallied for the Fifers before the end of the second period.
Lawrie Lovell got himself on to the score
sheet with two goals in a minute and a brillIant Cottrell slap-shot brought double figures. The hard~working Stevenson had
Glasgow's third and Les Lovell hIt the last goal of the evening.
STAR RATINGS *** Brennan ** Les Lovell / A. Lavety * McAuley/Stevenson.