SATURDAY MATCH NIGHT ROUND-UP: Lynx take Tigers again; Comets crush Wild

SATURDAY MATCH NIGHT ROUND-UP: Lynx take Tigers again; Comets crush Wild
A week after facing each other in Dundee here, Aberdeen Lynx and Dundee Tigers matched up in league action (Photo by Derek Black)

A week after facing each other in Dundee here, Aberdeen Lynx and Dundee Tigers matched up in league action (Photo by Derek Black)

ABERDEEN LYNX 8 DUNDEE TIGERS 5

MARK LAING struck four times and Iain Malcolm three as Aberdeen Lynx made it a full compliment of points in the SNL over Dundee Tigers with another fine victory.

Barry Carnegie’s side made it two out of two as Lynx started their two-game weekend in the best possible way with this home result.

Laing, who bagged a treble in last week’s meeting with the Tigers on Tayside last week, struck twice in first 11 minutes to put Aberdeen in a strong position early.

Then Malcolm and Fraser MacEachran scored one each to make it 4-0 by the halfway point of the game before Paul Guilcher scored to get Dundee on the board.

However two more from Laing made it four on the night and 6-1 overall to set up what should have been a comfortable third period, but Scott Marr added another for the visitors.

Malcolm picked up his second and third, either side of further Dundee goals from Daniel Topping and Kris Phillips before Scott Geddes made the scoreline more respectable for Tigers.

NORTH AYRSHIRE WILD 2 DUNDEE COMETS 8

NORTH AYRSHIRE WILD’S poor start to the season continued as Dundee Comets took eight goals and two points away from Auchenharvie.

Daniel Abercrombie scored the Wild’s first two goals in the SNL campaign to give the home fans something to cheer about.

But Rab Brown’s Comets blew them away to seal a one-sided win as two from Lewis Gold and Robert Brown as well as one strike each from Craig Findlay, John Skelly, Jamie Whitelaw and Lewis McIntosh made it comfortable.

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A week after facing each other in Dundee here, Aberdeen Lynx and Dundee Tigers matched up in league action (Photo by Derek Black)

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