Cappry Rovers continue to breathe down the necks of Kilmacrennan Celtic in the Premier Division having hammered Milford United today with Alan Gethins and Jamie Murray scoring twice apiece.
Cappry Rovers 7-0 Milford United
Cappry broke the deadlock in the 20th minute when Alan Gethins chipped the keeper.
Milford tried to equalise but to no avail against the strong Cappry defence. Cappry went two up in the 25th minute when a visitors’ defender was adjudged to have handled the ball in the penalty area and Aaron Kelly scored from the spot.
Patrick Mc Nulty scored Cappry’s third goal in the 35th minute when he shot to the corner of the net. Cappry started the second half in whirlwind fashion when they scored in the 46th minute when Jamie Murray headed to the corner of the net following a cross from Dean O’ Donnell.
Alan Gethins got Cappry’s fifth goal in the forty eighth minute when he scored to the bottom corner of the net past the diving keeper. Dean O’ Donnell got Cappry’s sixth goal in the 71st minute with a shot. Cappry’s seventh goal was scored in the 79th minute by Jamie Murray when he shot to the top of the net following a cross from Dean O’ Donnell. Team Performance from Cappry. Mark Wison and Pauric Curley were best for Milford.
Referee: Alistair Gourley.