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Evening Times - - SPORT -

AN 86th-minute wind-as­sisted kick up­field by Gle­nafton goal­keeper Bryan McCar­rity bounced over op­po­site num­ber Sandy Thomson’s head to give the Ayr­shire­men a 2-1 vic­tory over Les­ma­hagow.

Liam Cad­dis bagged a hat-trick as hold­ers Hurl­ford United over­came the red-card­ing of Adam Hodge to run out 3-1 win­ners at home to Glas­gow Perthshire, for whom Davie Kirk­wood was on the

score­sheet and beaten fi­nal­ists Beith were twice be­hind to Andy McLaugh­lin and Ben Car­son (pen) coun­ters for Irvine Meadow but came through 4-2.

Dar­ren Christie (2) , Kenny McLean (pen) and Thomas Collins net­ted for the Mighty whose cause was un­doubt­edly helped by the dis­missal of Medda cen­tre-back Calum Gow.

And a rash of red cards – four in all – saw seven-man Gart­cairn suc­cumb to a 5-1 beat­ing away to Craig­mark while Cam­bus­lang

Rangers were able to with­stand early baths for Jamie Hay and John Gem­mell to tri­umph 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out against Ross­vale fol­low­ing a 1-1 draw at the Hun­ter­shill Sports Hub.

Penal­ties were also needed to help Troon and Kil­birnie Lade­side se­cure their places in the last 16.

Troon get­ting the bet­ter of Pol­lok (4-1) for whom a late Ste­fan McLuskey strike had can­celled out a fourth-minute Ryan Steven­son penalty for the hosts while a 1- 1

dead­lock sim­i­larly pre­vailed at the Cel­sius Sta­dium where Kris Gebbi’s first-half goal for the Glens was lev­elled by Blasties sub­sti­tute David Gray who then con­verted the de­cider in a 4-2 shoot-out win.

There were goals aplenty, Rob Roy rack­ing up the day’s big­gest vic­tory with goals from Gavin Mackie (2), Wil­lie Sawyers, Lee Gal­lagher and Al­berto Vezza in a 5-0 de­feat of Thorniewood United while St Roch’s also ran riot thanks to a Jor­dan Lo­gan hat-trick and a brace from

Rab McGuire in dish­ing out a 5-3 beat­ing to Shotts Bon Ac­cord.

East Kil­bride This­tle were 3-1 down away to New­mains United yet pre­vailed on 5-3 with Ally Mor­gan, Jonny Di­ack (2), Matt Gray and Paul Byrne on the mark.

Hal Bohme and Josh Payne were on tar­get in Arthurlie’s 2-1 win over Port Glas­gow for whom David McNeil was on tar­get and a rare Lewis Hill tre­ble (all from the penalty spot) helped La­nark United beat Kil­syth Rangers 3-2.

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