Current British and Scottish champ Bannerman went in to their 5th round Scottish cup tie knowing that they could have had an easier draw but if they wanted to keep their crown they would have to beat last year's semi finalists Woodmill who traveled all the way from Dunfermline to take part in what would turn out to be a exciting game for all to watch. Both sides couldn't be separated in normal time which meant the game would end in the most cruel fashion of penalties. Bannerman showed their ruthless side and took advantage of Woodmill who missed a penalty and anyone who knows the Banny Under 16's side won't be surprised to hear the man who scored the winning penalty was ofcourse Cameron McKay who famously sunk Dunbar last year at Tynecastle in the final with the winning spot kick.
The most action in the first half of the game was really only the two goal's. Woodmill started much the brighter however putting the home side a little on the back foot. Banny didn't manager to get in to their game till a good while in to the first forty five and this came at a price for the slack Banny side.
Woodmill opened the scoring when Gary Dolan smashed home a free kick from just outside the box to stun Banny and give the visiting side an all important lead in this 5th round clash.
Banny burst to life really just after Sean Hughes received the ball in the middle of the park and beat 5 players to burst in to the box but then riffle his attempt over the bar.
"He did all the hard work then fluffed the easy part" said one of the spectators.
Target man Cameron McKay was working hard up front but it wasn't just a great work rate the striker has as he showed off some excellence when he curled home a fantastic free kick from 25 yards out to level the scoring just on half time.
Gary Dolan thought he had a second when he smashed the bar seconds before the whistle but it wasn't to be for the Woodmill forward.