Clyde Valley started the second period strongest. A good pass from Taylor Scott was kept in well by Leighton. A lot of Hotspur players thought the ball had gone out but the linesman didn't flag, and Valley won a corner. The ball came to Tait outside the box, and his dipping volley was well saved by Paterson in goal. They would continue to attack, and a couple of minutes later a Liam Thomson shot went just by the post.
The two best chances of the game, were in the space of three minutes. The first one, a free-kick swung in by Schoneville went over everyone and came to Thomson on the six-yard box who somehow put the ball by the post with his foot.
Schoneville, on the ball yet again, played a great cross into Thomson, who again from six-yards missed the target, his downward header going wide. This would have brought Valley back into the game.
Hotspur's first chance of the second half came their second goal. They hut Valley on the counter-attack, and Ali Tammam was one-on-one with Murphy and he placed the ball into the bottom corner. Hotspur now had a two-goal lead.
Valley had to get the next goal to have any chance of staying in the game, and Thomson again found himself in a shooting position, however this time it was much harder to score, and a shot from his right boot was easily dealt with by the goalkeeper. Soon after Sam Convy was up the park, and a long ball found his feet. He got himself in front of Cummiskey and like the second goal, calmly found the bottom of the net. With very little time left, Hotspur knew they had a grip on the game and that Valley would have to do something special to get back in it.
With the final whistle approaching, there was time for one more goal. The man of the match Cameron McColl, was on the right hand side of the box, and perfectly curled a shot into the opposite corner. The goalkeeper didn't move for it, and a minute later the whistle was blown.