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Annagh United 0 Ards 4

Ards hit four without reply against Annagh United to wrap up our pre-season programme with a 100% win record.

Guillaume Keke hit two alongside a David McAllister strike and an own goal to give Niall Currie a comprehensive win against one of his former managerial sides.

Ards were ahead early on when McAllister netted after just two minutes. A good move up the right saw the ball to McAllister in the centre and he put his shot in off the post and beyond the Annagh keeper.

It was 2-0 on 26 minutes when Keke netted the first of his goals, getting on the end of a corner kick from Craig McMillen.

Keke was involved again in the third Ards goal, scored four minutes later when he put an Annagh defender under pressure and forced the opponent into putting through his own net.

Ards continued to make chances but it would be the 60th minute before the fourth goal arrived. Keeper Fox saved well from Joe McKinney but was powerless to prevent Keke converting the follow up.

The same player would hit the net again in the last ten minutes only to be flagged for offside and so the game finished with just the four in the Ards column.


Aaron Hogg, Fra Brennan, Emmet Friars, Johnny Taylor, Michael Ruddy, Craig McMillen, David McCullough, Kyle Cherry, Joe McKinney, David McAllister, Guillaume Keke


Liam McAuley (for Hogg), Greg Hall (for Brennan), Callum Byers (for Taylor), Jamie Rea (for Ruddy), Carl McComb (for McMillen), Ross Arthurs (for McCullough), Gareth Tommons (for Cherry), Gerard McMullan (for McAllister)

30th July 2016

Guillaume Keke scored twice against Annagh
Picture: Gareth McCluskey