The second half started off with a little slower of a tempo but it was not long before it picked up again and both side started to get in to their own style of play.
It wasn't long in to the second half before the goals started firing in, firstly when Mark Little showed amazing pace to beat his marker and then done well to lift his head up and feed Graham Boyd who fired home to make it 2-2 to the home side. However that didn't last long as a goal from Jamie Moir gave the away side the lead again.
Again the brave defending from Wishaw continued to frustrate a Tower side who were creating tons of great chances but none paying off, Gary Craig smashed the bar after Fraser Barbour picked him out on the edge of the area.
Graham Boyd was alowwed time in the box for the first time in the game and the big Tower forward made the visitors pay as he smashed the ball low and hard into the back of the net to again give again level the scoring
Kyle Gallagher thought he added a fourth for Tower when his curling shot was heading towards goal but spun narrowly wide of the post to Gallaghers disbelief.
There was a bit of confussion for Towers fourth goal when skipper Jonathan Allan whipped a ball into the box and it ended up in the back of the net with both Allan and Boyd, who was on a hat trick claiming the goal. For this goal I think I will give the striker the benefit if the doubt and award him the goal to complete his hat trick and make the scoreline read 4-3.
Both sides made a lot of changes towards the end of the game trying to keep players on the park fresh but for Tower's fifth and final goal it was a player who had played the whole game who showed great fitness to run the length off the park as Fraser Barbour bombed forward from left back and his rather tame shot from the edge of the box was fumbled home by the keeper and that booked his sides place in the next round of the tournament