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Tynecastle U15's claim the bragging rights over rivals Hutchie

Written by  Hutchison Vale

 

Tynecastle FC
 vs
Hutchison Vale
 
 
 
U15's South East Region Cup
Saughton Enclosure
20 November 2014
 
 
 
Tynecastle defeated rivals Hutchison Vale 5-0 to progress into the next round of the South East Reigon Cup.
 
Tynecastle started the brighter team, creating one or two decent opportunities, but couldn't find the finishing touch. They continually looked for ball over the top of the Hutchie defence but the awya side initially dealt with the threat.
 
Tynecastle's Jackson Cowan ran the show in the middle of the park as Hutchie's midfield three struggled to deal with him.
 
Tynie kept pushing forward as Hutchie struggled to get out their own half. However, Hutchie began to find their rhythm and created a few chances themselves, although none of them amounted to anything as the teams went in level at the break after a tight first half.
 
Half Time: Tynecastle FC 0-0 Hutchison Vale
 
The second half kicked off with a substitution for each team. Tynie's Alex Robertson came on for Aaron Wilson and Cieran Dunne was replaced by debutant Sean McFarlane for Hutchie.
 
Early in the second half, Tynie played another ball over the top of the Hutchie defence. Liam Dalgetty and Mark Brooks' lack of communication led to Tynie's Jake Coultar pouncing on the chance and putting the ball past Bryan Cairns in the Hutchie net to give Tynie the lead.
 
Nice play from Tynie lead to a second goal and poor marking from Hutchie left them 3-0 down. Aaron Wilson came back on shortly after and he made it 4-0 to the home side.
 
In the dying moments Jake Coultar won a penalty which was converted by possible man of the match contender Jackson Cowan.
 
In the last minute Tynie's Cammy Mills was one-on-one with Hutchie's Ross Eaton with acres of space in behind. However, Mills poor touch gave Eaton a chance to recover and put in a great last ditch challenge.
 
As the final whistle was blown, many were left to reflect on a game that was literally 'two halves.'
 
 
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