It is looking like it will be a pretty hectic run in for Ballieston Juniors this season as they still have the semi finals of the Scottish cup against Barrhead to come and a Regional cup semi final aswell as a good few league games having only played 10 so far this season which is less than any other team in the league so Ballieston would be happy to get on of the harder games at home to EKFC Gold over and done with especially taking all three points after a hard fought 3-0 victory.
The surface wasn't perfect for Kilby's passing style of play that they always try to adopt and that was evident in the opening stages with a few passes going astray and possession being lost for the away side.
Ballieston were the ones to striker first when a very quick turnover in possession resulted in a good counter from the home team, they played fast effective football to work their way in to the EK half and it was all finished off when Ryan Cox put the ball in the back of the net.
EK looked to peg them back quickly with a free kick from the edge of the box but the well whipped in ball was defended well not once but twice to keep the visitors at bay. Ballieston created chances of there own but Jacob Keane in the Kilby goal kept them out.