Forfar Farmington’s Kirsty Deans thrilled to kick season off with victory

- Forfar Farmington v East Fife in the Scottish Womens' Premier League 2 at Station Park in  Forfar : Image � David Young'' - � David Young - www.davidyoungphoto.co.uk - email: davidyoungphoto@gmail.com
- Forfar Farmington v East Fife in the Scottish Womens' Premier League 2 at Station Park in Forfar : Image � David Young'' - � David Young - www.davidyoungphoto.co.uk - email: davidyoungphoto@gmail.com

Kirsty Deans reckons there is still room for improvement from herself scoring in Forfar Farmington’s win over East Fife.

The 25-year-old midfielder netted the opener as Forfar Farmington comfortably defeated East Fife 4-1 in the first game of the Scottish Women’s Premier League 2 season.

Deans was delighted to take the three points and score four goals after struggling to do either of those last season in SWPL1.

She said: “I’m delighted with the win, I think overall the team are very happy to get the result and importantly score four goals.

“We know there are still plenty of areas we could tighten up and build on moving forward, however the important thing today was to get the win and put three points on the board so we are very pleased with that.”

The former Inverness City midfielder feels there are still areas for her to improve on to ensure the side do not get punished and vows to work hard to cut out any errors.

She added: “I am pretty disappointed with my own performance.

“I’m really chuffed to get myself on the score sheet but there are lots of areas for me to develop and learn from.

“It really hit home that we need to be more ruthless against teams as I had a couple of chances before they scored and their goal really put us under pressure.

“We know we always need to be alert in this league and if you switch off for a moment you will be punished - as I demonstrated at the corner.

“It’s always a learning experience though and I will work hard to improve for the season.”

Deans scored just five minutes in to the game and after scoring only two last season, she hopes she can add to her tally.

Kirsty continued: “I would be delighted to add to my tally this season and I will work hard to support attacks from the midfield. However, as long as the team is scoring I will be delighted for whoever is on the scoresheet at the end of the day.”

Farmington face a trip to Jeanfield Swifts next week in what will be a difficult test for the Forfar oufit.