Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale boss Raymond Carr says his side froze as SPFL Championship outfit St Mirren sent the Capital side crashing out of the William Hill Scottish Cup 7-1. It was a mouthwatering occasion for Carr and his players at Saughton Enclosure on Saturday but, in the end, was a bridge too far for the East of Scotland League champions, who had swatted aside League 2 leaders Stirling Albion 5-3 at Forthbank in the previous round.
Tynecastle will play in next season’s William Hill Scottish Cup for the first time in the club’s history. A 3-0 victory over South of Scotland League opponents Mid Annandale in the South and East Cup Winners Shield at Oriam on Sunday ensured the Capital side will be represented in the first preliminary round next September.
Hibs Ladies striker Abi Harrison was happy to finish the SWPL 1 season off in style and then immediately set her sights on Sunday’s SSE Scottish Cup final against Glasgow City. The Hibees rounded off their league campaign with a 3-0 victory over Capital rivals Spartans Women at Ainslie Park, the League Cup winners again forced to play second fiddle to City who were crowned champions for an 11th consecutive year following last weekend’s win over Hibs.
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