Release Date: Apr 14, 2012
KNOCKBREDA got back to winning ways on Saturday with a comfortable victory against Killymoon Rangers.
'Breda dominated from the off and Chines had the best of the early openings.
He made up for earlier misses by opening the scoring, finishing off a fine move with a simple tap in from Paul Young's assist.
The lead was doubled soon after when Chines' strike partner Mark Miller finished well for his second goal in two games.
Paul Young's good run of form continued when he grabbed a well deserved third. After some great build-up play, Young went on a solo run and hammered past the 'keeper from the edge of the box, hitting both posts and the bar before finally landing in the back of the net.
The same man then had the first opportunity of the second half, again finishing off another flowing move that started in right back and ended up with the winger poking his shot just wide of the post.
Jonny Montgomery almost immediately did find the right side of the woodwork though, finishing well for his first goal since returning from injury and wrapping up a good display which sees 'Breda go three points clear at the top.