|Eric Molloy (MR) goes past KCU's Nick O'Hagan The JourneyFan|
In the first 20 minutes, KCU were playing well although neither team were dominating, that was until the first of two four minute flurrys. That was when Andy Bevin, Tommy Jackson and Cai McClean scored three goals in four minutes. The second came eight minutes from half time when Eric Molloy, Tommy Jackson (again) and CJ Atkinson scored another three goals in four minutes and took the score to 6-0.
|KCU's Lachie Fay - impressive performance The JourneyFan|
When a game is 6-0 at half time you don't really expect much in the second, but there were a few things, the first was a horrible injury to KCU's Fraser Leith, who had collided in mid air with Phil Imray and landed awkwardly on his neck, luckily it was worse than it looked and by the end of the game he was up and walking about (although very slowly). To KCU's credit they kept attacking and were trying to get something back and they were rewarded when Jayden Stratford scored in the 66th minute but there was to be no miraculous comeback. Miramar did get the ball in the net again but it was ruled out for offside and there was an impressive performance from KCU substitute Lachie Fay, but there was no trophy for them this week.
I think I could be a jinx, last season I went to Endeavour Park to watch Waterside Karori take on Western Suburbs, when they needed just three points to win the Capital Premier division - the result that day was 6-0 to Wests. KCU needed just a point and they lost 6-1, they play Wainuiomata at home next Saturday and should lift the trophy, but I think I'll stay away just in case!