|September 11, 2021||14:00||West of Scotland Football League Premier Division||2021-22||90'|
The goal from Mark Donnelly:
Highlights from Mark Donnelly:
Murdo MacKinnon’s post-match thoughts:
Pollok welcome Rossvale to Newlandsfield on Saturday in the West Of Scotland Football League Premier Division.
On the back of a big win away to Clydebank last weekend, Pollok will be hoping to keep their winning ways going. Goals from Josh Weir and Adam Forde secured the 2-0 win last week, Weir moves on to 5 goals this season, with Forde extending his record to 8.
While Pollok picked up the 3 points at Holm Park, Rossvale beat Troon at New Petershill Park, 2-0. That result would see Rossvale sit 15th in the league table with a record of 4 wins, 1 draw, 8 defeats, 21 goals scored and 35 conceded, they have 13 points. They have added another defender to the squad as 6ft5 Conor Morgan tries to help bolster their defence. A win for Rossvale could see them jump up to 10th in the league, while defeat could see them drop to 17th, in a tightly congested middle to lower half of the table.
Pollok are still 4th in the table with 26 points and are now two points behind both Clydebank and Kilwinning, Talbot are first with 32 points.
We don’t have to go back too far for the last game between the clubs, just over a month ago, August 7 as Pollok left New Petershill Park with a 6-1 win, first half goals from Mark Sideserf, Callum Graham and Adam Forde, added to by Bryan Wharton, Shaun Fraser and Josh Weir in the second half.