. Vishal Marwaha, the Western Wildcats coach, hopes his side can beat the odds for the second year in succession when they face Glynhill Kelburne in the semi-final of the Arthur Mckay Scottish Cup at Peffermill tomorrow. The Wildcats were also underdogs in last year’s final but beat the Paisley side 5-4, writes Craig Madden.
Marwaha said: “We know it is going to be very tough as Kelburne are the best team in the country and have dominated the league this year but we will go into the match with confidence and will reflect on our performance in the final last season.”
Kelburne won their eighth consecutive league title but Harry Coles, their manager, said: “We need only look back to last year’s final to prove you have to be 100% on song to win these one-off games against your closest rivals. In the last few games the Wildcats’ main striker, Scott Mccartney, appears to have been on an amazing run of scoring form, so we will have to