Last gasp goal gives Sharks the edge

Action from the game. Photograph: Kevin McGlynn.

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Oban High School Sharks circled the football field last week before striking out with a last gasp goal to retain the trophy over a worthy Bulls outfit.

In what was an extremely tight game, the Sharks went a goal ahead in the early stages thanks to James Muir’s strike before Sam Love equalised for the Bulls just before half time.

Both teams showed a lot of quality and had chances to go ahead.

With around 10 minutes left, Euan Tosh’s stunning right foot shot from 20 yards found the top corner and this was the difference between the teams.

Constant pressure from the Bulls was not enough to find an equaliser and the Sharks held onto the trophy.