The first half was scrappy with the Saints having plenty of possession, Tymon looked dangerous from set pieces. It was the Saints who came closest from a set piece, Luke Harrison hit the upright with a header from a corner and Tymon also survived a goal mouth scramble and the half finished with the Saints having a slender lead.
The second goal, after the break killed the game, and it was along way back for Tymon after that. Brian Kelly went on a fantastic run and his through ball opened up the Tymon defence and found Crowe, who slotted the ball between the advancing goalkeepers legs. Tymon who came back from 2-0 to earn a point in Porterstown never looked like repeating the feat. The Saints found more space and exploited it in ruthless fashion. Aaron O' Brien made it 3-0 in the 63rd minute when he finished a delightful long range pass by Jonathan Lyons, it wasn't an easy chance but O'Brien did extremely well to finish under pressure. Saints skipper, Martin O' Neill made it 4-0 from the penalty spot four minutes later, the referee had no choice but to point to the spot for handball and O' Neill scored his first goal of the season. Glen Crowe made it 5 - 0 with ten minutes to go, and he won't have scored an easier goal, he tapped the ball home on the line, after a goalkeeper fumble from a Lancaster cross. Aaron O'Brien scored his second of the game, with a tidy finish into the corner of the net, after some magical play and a great pull back by Lancaster.
It's another terrific win for the Saints, the team have scored 13 goals in the last 3 games, conceding none. We have had many great games with Tymon over the years, hopefully the can come back strong next season. Next up for the Saints is Dunboyne on Sunday. It promises to be a great game in front of a packed Porterstown road.