Despite my better judgement after last week, I was at Windsor Park today for the match between Linfield and Lisburn Distillery, possibly because i’d paid my admission fee last summer.

Having despaired when I saw David Jeffrey’s continued insistence with O’Kane, Murphy and Douglas, I was proved to be not wrong as they managed to help Alan Blayney showcase his shotstopping skills.

One positive from today’s performance was that set pieces were not only better, but varied. We even scored from one. Someone must have been reading my blog last week.

Eventually, Linfield won the game 2-0, so I decided to watch the United match in the Viewing Lounge as the game died a death after Linfield’s 2nd goal.

The only thing of note after that point was the substitution of Glenn Ferguson, on what could possibly be his last appearance at Windsor Park, getting the reception he deserved.

Managed to get some OK photos, nothing special.

Next week, i’ll be at Seaview, one of the more photofriendly Irish League grounds to hopefully get some more photos.

That is, if i’m not despairing with my head in my hands after another defensive calamity.

Photo Album


2 thoughts on “LINFIELD 2-0 LISBURN DISTILLERY 19.3.2011

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