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Latest round opens under lights at Brabham

The latest C-grade round kicked off under the lights on Friday night at Brabham Stadium.

Barnies United and Kinross ground out a nil-all draw until half-time, with subs and supporters shuddering on the sidelines, and Barnies battling to cope with their opponents' extra speed.

UNDER LIGHTS: Barnies United take on KWS at Brabham Park

Barnies striker, Wes Miller opened the scoring ten minutes into the second half, getting onto a well-passed through-ball to find the bottom right-hand corner of the net. The result was put beyond doubt 15 minutes later when midfielder Ben Fitzpatrick followed in a missed shot to slot the ball away. 2-0 at the final whistle.

Club-mates Denley Moor got off to the best start in their match against Waratah Eagles.

With the game only one minute old, new signing Shepherd Shambira got onto a well-placed cross from winger Harley Smith to score.

TUSSLE : New Denley singing Shepherd Shambira scored in the game's opening minute.

Tahs struggled after their keeper went off injured, Denley’s Phil Bennett ran onto a Chris Cameron through ball to score. Denley emptied their subs bench, but found Harley Smith found enough fuel in the tank late in the match to score, brining up a 3-0 final scoreline.

WHACK : Midfielder Murray McCloskey keeps the pressure on CYMS Gold.

Brighouse continue to show signs of improvement despite going down 3-1 to CYMS Gold on Saturday.

The green-and-whites were unlucky not to score in the first half, but headers from CYMS’ Hank Duncan and Ben Churchland and another from open play brought the score to 3-0.

Brighouse Central defender Josh Towns set the scene for a consolation goal when he stormed through the middle of the park. The through ball to midfielder Andrew Pansini clinically finished off to take Pansini's season tally to two goals.