Maud’s ten-goal rampage crushes East End

Welfare football round-up.
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The match kicked off and the home side took the lead in the first minute with a goal from Duguid.

Straight from the kick-off Maud went further ahead after poor defending let Barbour with an open goal to
score.

On five minutes Barbour fired in number three from the edge of the box.

Shortly after Bremner kept up his fine scoring form of lately scoring the home side’s fourth.

On 17 minutes a clash involving Graham and the away striker resulted in a strange decision by the referee sending both players off.

Maud pressed forward and Fraser added a fifth goal halfway through the first half.

East End’s first sight of goal as a shot by Nacef but was straight at the keeper.

Maud’s sixth came from Willox who set up Barbour who lifted the ball over the outcoming Fraser in the away goal to get his
hat-trick.

Duguid scored number seven when he finished off a fine passing move and the same player added another before half

Into the second half and Fraser brought a fine save Fraser then Kirk had a chance but headed over the bar from a corner.

From a Fraser cross it rebounded off a defender and it fell to Duguid to tap in at the front post for his hat-trick.

At the other end poor defending nearly cost the home side a goal but a shot by Nacef was blocked by Main.

A great ball by Main and a well-timed run by Duguid who was one on one with Fraser and the striker rounded Fraser to net his fourth and Maud’s tenth.

Maud then made a triple change within a few minutes with Whyte and Simpson replacing Main and Fraser and then Hall on for Buchan.

Whyte send a great cross which Bremner should have scored from.

Duguid had the ball in the net but it was ruled offside and then Duguid and Bremner had chances to score but Fraser made two fine saves.

Another fine cross by Whyte was headed wide by Barbour. With eight mins remaining poor defended let in Todd to get a consolation goal for the visitors.

Maud made a fantastic start to the game and had it in the bag after 15 minutes.

There were some great passing moves from the home side which resulted in the goals keeping on coming in the

first half.

Some fine saves and some poor finishing prevented in the score being a lot higher , but it was yet another fine performance from Maud who now travel to face Forres Thistle in the semi-finals.

Maud’s next match is at home against Inverness City in the PMAC Superleague on Saturday, September 13, with a 2pm kick-off.

MAUD: McKinnon, Graham, Buchan, Main, Kirk, Rae, Bremner, Fraser, Barbour, Willox, Duguid Subs: Simpson, Robertson, Whyte, Hall, Ritchie.