Banks o’ Dee and Her­mes bow out of Cup

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - THE SCORE -

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

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