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Glasgow Girls beat Westdyke in Scottish Cup tie

Westdyke Girls 0

Glasgow Girls 2

Mcallister 7, 63
  • Sunday, 16 August 2015
  • Lawsondale Playing Fields, Westhill
  • Under 15´s
  • Scottish Cup

Chris Cromar | YFS North Region Journalist
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Glasgow Girls progressed to the next round of the Scottish Cup after a 2-0 victory against Westdyke Girls at Lawsondale Playing Fields in Westhill. A double from Rebecca Mcallister ensured a place in the next round for the away side.

Glasgow took the lead as McAllister’s low and powerful shot from the right handside of the box found the back of the net to give the away side the lead.

Glasgow looked for a second goal and McAllister’s shot from just outside the box went over the crossbar after good play from a corner.

Westdyke looked for the equaliser and Eilidh McHattie made a good run into the box and her low shot was well saved by Jodie Burrows in the Glasgow goal.

Glasgow’s Kacey Black then had a low shot from outside the box well saved by Emily Mutch in the Westdyke goal.

Westdyke nearly equalised as McHattie’s high shot from inside the box was marvellously saved by Burrows in goal.

  • Half Time:
  • Westdyke Girls
  • 0-1
  • Glasgow Girls

Glasgow nearly made it 2-0 as Taylor Finnie’s effort went just wide.

Westdyke continued to press for an equaliser and Ruth Caney’s low ball in from the right went just wide of the target.

Glasgow looked for the crucial second goal and Claire Mcfarlane’s half volley from inside the box went just over the bar.

Glasgow made it 2-0 and secured their place in the next round of the Scottish Cup as McAllister scored a penalty to the goalkeeper’s left to secure the win.

Glasgow secured their place in the next round of the Scottish Cup.

  • Full Time:
  • Westdyke Girls
  • 0-2
  • Glasgow Girls

Lineups

Westdyke Girls
Glasgow Girls
1 Emily Mutch
3 Rebecca Neil
4 Auriol Morgan
6 Katie Cobban
7 Ana Wilson
10 Lucy Whelan
11 Hannah Gray
12 Eilidh McHattie
14 Ellen Forsyth
15 Beth McPherson
16 Francesca Land-Booth
17 Isla Cartney
18 Eilidh Mitchell
19 Alanna Jane Macleod
20 Ruth Caney
1 Jodie Burrows
2 Lauren McMillan
3 Orla McMahon
4 Katelyn Carey
5 Erin Meharry
6 Cara McKinnin
7 Kacey Black
8 Victoria McDonough
9 Taylor Finnie
10 Rebecca Mcallister
11 Claire Mcfarlane
12 Nicole Muirhead
14 Charlotte Foulds
15 Amy Foy
16 Katie Arnold
18 Cara Sloan
Star Player
Westdyke Girls
Glasgow Girls
Eilidh McHattie – Always full of running and looked to create chances for her team.
Victoria McDonough – Played very well in midfield and looked to create chances and opportunities for her side. Rebecca Mcallister – Scored the goals to secure her team’s victory.
Magic Moment
Westdyke Girls
Glasgow Girls
Eilidh McHattie’s high shot that nearly gave Westdyke the equaliser.
Rebecca Mcallister’s double to put her side into the next round.
Club Views
Westdyke Girls
Glasgow Girls
Coach Chris McPherson said that his side “worked hard” and thought that it could have been a “different result” on another day. He was also happy that this match was the team’s first ever game in the Scottish Cup.
Coach Caroline Wilson thought that her side’s performance “was great”, they “all dug in” and “knew what their job was”.
  • Match report and photos copyright Youth Football Scotland.
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