Killymoon Rangers left without a game

FOR the third time in five weeks Killymoon were left without a fixture following a failed pitch inspection at Sport and Leisure in Belfast.

Having already been forced to rearrange five league games, Killymoon were now left with another postponement. A full list of the rearranged fixtures is available on the club website

Killymoon return to league action on Friday evening against Portstewart. Kick off at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena is at 8pm. Killymoon then travel to face Ballymoney United on Tuesday 20th March with a 7.45pm kick off at the Riada Stadium.

Following a week off Killymoon Reserves made the trip to face an inform Ballymoney Reserves.

Killymon have been the only side to defeat the Antrim based outfit and they started superbly as they bombarded the home goal with efforts.

The away side opened the scoring with a wonderful free kick from Kevin Kelly. Veteran Martin Bogan soon grabbed a second when he scored on 30 minutes.

Truth be told the Tyrone outfit should have gone in at the interval out of sight but the half ended 2-0 to Killymoon.

Ballymoney started the second half in a lively fashion but failed to test McElhatton in the Moon goal. Simon Young was forced off with an injury and was replaced by Ferson. Neil Young was replaced by his brother Alistair. Within minutes Ally Young got himself on the score-sheet. Great work by Purvis, Kelly and Jonny Young set up All Young who was through one on one with the keeper and slotted home to make it 3-0.

Kelly grabbed his second when he made it 4-0.

David Millar then came off to be replaced by McPartland who was returning after a spell on the sidelines. The away side were not finished there as Jonny Young scored two superb individual goals to leave the scores at the final whistle 6-0.

Killymoon Rangers Reserves have no game this weekend.

Killymoon Rangers are holding a FIFA 12 Tournament on Saturday 14th April at 8pm in the Oldtown Inn, Cookstown. For further details contact Richard Donaghy on 07770454608