Clydebank Mercury 2007s got their Paisley, Johnstone and District Youth Football League off to a flyer with three wins from three.

Competing in the PJDYFL division four, the Mercury youngsters got their 2019/20 up and running last week with a comprehensive 7-3 win over Park Sports Project.

A whirlwind of a first-half saw Clydebank amass a five-goal lead before the break with composed finishing and clever build-up play.

Mikey Houston opened the scoring seven minutes in before man-of-the-match Jakub Jedrzejcyzk quickly netted the second.

Declan McColgan added the third with Houston making it four before McColgan’s second brought the first-half to a close.

The visitors quickly pulled one back after the break but Brandon O’Brian restored the five-goal lead with a beauty on his debut.

Park Project grabbed two late consolations before Kayden Halliday’s 30-yard effort rounded off the rout.

Match day two for Mercury proved to be a tougher outing against Drumchapel 2007s.

Drum opened the scoring early on but Clydebank quickly levelled from the restart with O’Brian chipping the keeper for his second goal for the club.

A superb through pass from Halliday found Houston who snatched the late winner.

Up against Renfrew Victory 2007s, the young Mercury side put in a stunning attacking performance to come away with an incredible 11-3 win.

Clydebank did go 1-0 down early on but with the attacking talent on show it wasn’t long before the game was level thanks to Jedrzejcyzk.

The floodgates opened after that with a quickfire double apiece from Houston and Leon Williamson.

Frew pulled it back to 5-3 but Houston added his third and fourth of the day to make it 7-3 before a hat-trick from O’Brian took it to double figures.

Jedrzejcyzk finished off the masterclass as Mercury now sit top of the table with maximum points.

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