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Saturday, 24 October 2015
 24th October - William Hill Scottish Cup - Round 2  Station Park, Nairn
 Nairn County F.C.

  2 (Wayne Mackintosh 44, Sam Urquhart 79)

NairnTeam: Callum Antell, Sean Webb, Paul Macleod, Wayne Mackintosh, Alan Pollock, Conor Gethins, Gregg Mainycard(Calum Maclean 88), Sam Urquhart(John Cameron 84), Adam Naismith, Robert Duncanson(Anthony Wallace 71), Glenn Main.

Subs: Ross Naismith, Andrew Skinner, Calum Maclean, John Cameron, Kenny Mackenzie, Anthony Wallace, Sam Maclean.

  Wick Academy F.C.   2 (Gary Weir 28, Sam Mackay 76)

wickacademy_nikeTeam: Sean McCarthy, Danny Mackay, Alan Farquhar, Grant Steven, James Pickles, Sam Mackay, Grant Campbell, Richard Macadie(Ross Allan 77), Davie Allan, Steven Anderson, Gary Weir.

Subs: Michael Steven, Marc MacGregor, Ross Allan, Alan Hughes, Colin Macrae, Gary Manson, Danny McCarthy. 

 Referee:   David Watt
 Bookings:   Gregg  Main 68
 Reporter:   Luke Bunch

A ding-dong cup-tie at Station Park today saw Nairn County twice coming from behind to earn a 2-2 draw. The sides will need to do it all over again now next Saturday in the replay at Harmsworth Park with a place in the 3rd round at stake.

Cup goal specialist Gary Weir opened the scoring in the 28th minute when he got onto the end of a Richard Macadie cross and fired high into the roof of the net.

A minute before the half-time break it was all-square when Wayne Mackintosh drilled home a low left foot shot.

On 76 minutes Academy regained the lead when Sam Mackay took a touch from a Davie Allan cross and he fired home into the bottom corner of the net.

Nairn kept coming and with 11 minutes of the game left Sam Urquhart converted to restore parity.

Both sides had chances in the game to win it with keepers at both ends making good stops.

Full match report to follow.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 31 October 2015 )
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