Thursday 6th September 2018
On Friday the 31st of August the Lasswade Boys U18 Footballers welcomed The Royal High to the Lasswade Centre for what would be a very competitive match.
With the mid way point of the first half approaching Lasswade captain Guy McGarry had the first chance of the game. He collected a searching ball to the far post and his effort looked goal bound until a visiting defender managed to get back and clear from the line.
On 29 minutes Royal High took the lead with their first real sight of goal. Referee Iain Gallacher awarded them a free kick out on the left and Lamond timed his run at the back post well before slotting past Kadin Boak in goal.
Lasswade had it all to do in the second half and Mr Attinasi’s half time team talk seemed to do the trick. Robbie Walker delivered a free kick from the left that was flicked on by McGarry and Cameron Eaton found the top corner with a well-placed finish
With 63 minutes played Lasswade took the lead. Substitute Connor McCabe played McGarry clear and he produced a great lob over the advancing keeper that found the back of the net.
The home side looked to have seen the game out fairly comfortably however there was drama in injury time as Boak reacted brilliantly to save with his feet when faced one on one with a Royal High forward.
The referees final whistle went seconds later and the points were Lasswade’s.Tweet  Share on Facebook
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