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This week, we continued in league action at Home to Orkney FC. The 1st Half was even, with both teams having goal-scoring opportunities but neither managed to capitalize as the first half ended 0-0.
The Second half started with Orkney on top from Kick Off. Bonar found themselves a goal behind 5 minutes into the second half with a long-range effort that deflected into the top corner, giving Bonar Bridge Goalkeeper Brandon Smith no chance.
Orkney continued to press in the second half and found themselves getting another goal shortly to make it 2-0. Aiden Stainke on the 63rd minute, through some good build-up play between Bruce Urquhart and Connor Ross, managed to Pull One back to make it 2-1.
Unlike Recent weeks Bonar struggled to find their form to get the comeback, being our worst own enemy at times, which Orkney capitalized on well in the closing stages of the game. Orkney then made it 3-1 in the 83rd minute when a low cross was tapped home at the back post. Bonar had a few chances late in the game, but Orkney secured their win in the 94th minute with the last kick to make it 4-1 and end our run of 3 games unbeaten.
Man of the Match for Bonar Bridge on the day was Connor Ross, who played well, creating a number of chances throughout.
Well done to Orkney; best of luck for the rest of the season and we will see you in the reverse fixture later in the season.
Next week we are at Home again to Inverness Athletic FC in the semi-final of the Football Times Cup, which will need an improved performance if we are to make the final.
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