Banks o’ Dee and Hermes bow out of Cup
striker had scored two goals in each of his last four appearances against them. However, Silva’s 4-1-4-1 set-up, with Fabian Delph as the defensive screen and Richarlison the lone front man, looked like he was more concerned with not getting exposed.
Banks o’ Dee and Hermes bowed out of the Scottish Junior Cup at the third round stage despite both going in front in their ties. Kane Winton gave the Spain Park side the interval lead at Glenafton Athletic before strikes from Joe Andrew and Daniel Orsi turned the game round, with Stuart Duff missing a late spotkick for the visitors.
Connor Hunter scored for Hermes at Lochee United before David Stevenson was red carded for the Aberdeen team. The Tayside outfit took full advantage with counters from Alan Tulleth, Danny Cavanagh and Reece Ritchie.
East End keeper Zack Ellis was the hero as the New Advocates Park side won 4-1 on penalties in their
“Seven McBookie.com matches were postponed”
third round replay at Scone Thistle with two shootout saves, after the sides had drawn 1-1 with Lee McKenzie on the mark for the Aberdeen outfit.
In the McBookie.com leagues, seven matches were postponed due to waterlogged surfaces.
In the Superleague, the top two drew 1-1 with Adam MacLeod on target for Nairn St Ninian and Nathan Ross scoring for Deveronside.
Callum Dunbar scored the only goal of the game as Culter won at Montrose Roselea while Curtis Kane (3), Greg Hay (2). Daniel Critchard and Sam McHardy all scored as Hall Russell United beat Ellon United 7-0.
Banchory St Ternan defeated Colony Park 4-2 at Milton Park.
Sunnybank beat Aberdeen University 4-2 in the First Division, Burghead Thistle beat Glentanar 4-0 in the second.
Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, left, leaves the pitch in tears after being sent off for a tackle on Andre Gomes
Dele Alli celebrates putting Tottenham 1-0 ahead