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Date Time League Season Full Time
July 6, 2019 3:00 pm East of Scotland (City) Cup 2019/20 90'

Edinburgh City

21Ryan Adamson Goalkeeper
2Craig Thomson Defender
3Robbie McIntyre Defender
8Josh Walker Midfielder
11Jordan Sinclair 20 Midfielder
14Callum Crane Defender
15Chris Kane 5 Defender
19Scott Shepherd Forward 44'
22Liam Henderson Midfielder
26Jonny Court 10 Forward 50', 55'
33Alex Harris Midfielder 13', 75'
1Calum Antell Goalkeeper
5Conrad Balatoni 15 Defender
10Danny Handling 26 Midfielder
20Adam Watson 11 Midfielder
28Matthew Shaw Defender
37Cai MacDonald Defender
39Regan Lumsden Forward

East Kilbride

1Jacob Kean Goalkeeper
2Craig Reid Defender
3Dean Cairns Defender
4David Brownlie Defender
5Darren O’ Dea Defender 20'
6Conor Bell Defender
7Graeme Holmes Midfielder 12'
8Paul Woods Midfielder 27'
9Ruairidh Paton Forward
10Sean Winter Midfielder
11Ross Kavanagh Forward
12Alan Martin Goalkeeper
14Scott Stevenson Defender
15Ewan MacPherson Forward
16Anton Brady Midfielder
Goals
5
2
Assists
4
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
1

Silverware claimed with a comprehensive 5-2 win against Lowland League champions East Kilbride

Recap

The East of Scotland City Cup was lifted with a 5-2 victory over Lowland League Champions East Kilbride at the John Brysdon Arena at the Oriam.

The early stages were extremely competetive, with slack play at the back by City punished by the East Kilbride forward. Almost immediately City went up the park and equalised when Alex Harris leveled from Callum Crane’s cut back. The match changed with an outrageous challenge from East Kilbride’s Darren O’ Dea after 18 minutes which saw the experienced defender shown a straight red. Despite this, Kilby went ahead again, Woods scoring from a freekick just outside the penalty area.

City began to get on top with the extra man and Scott Shepherd levelled just before halftime, turning in from close range. The second half was pretty much one-way traffic, with City making the numerical advatage count. Two quick fire goals from Jonny Court put the game to bed, before arguably the pass of the match from skipper Josh Walker was smashed home by Alex Harris to put a shine on the result.

Always good to record a high scoring win and put silverware in the cabinet, but there’s no denying the red card had a bearing on the match. The sides meet again in only a few weeks in the BetFred Cup, when it will surely be a tighter affair.

Man of the match: Alex Harris

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Ground

Oriam
The Avenue, Currie EH14 4AR, UK

KO KO 12 13 20 27 44 50 55 65 72 75 78 FT

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