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Saturday, 31 October 2015
 31st October - William Hill Scottish Cup - Round 2 replay  Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  5 (Davie Allan 14, 78, Richard Macadie 16 Pen, Gary Weir 36, Sam Mackay 92)

WAFC_New_Front_wTeam: Sean McCarthy, Alan Farquhar, Danny Mackay, Grant Steven, Grant Campbell, Davie Allan(Gary Manson 82), Richard Macadie(Michael Steven 75), James Pickles, Sam Mackay, Steven Anderson, Gary Weir(Marc MacGregor 85).

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

  Nairn County F.C.   1 (Conor Gethins 34)  

nairncounty_adidasTeam: Calum Antell, Sean Webb(Andrew Skinner 72), Paul Macleodycard, Wayne Mackintosh(Callum Maclean 48), Alan Pollock, Conor Gethins, Gregg Main(Anthony Wallace 46), Sam Urquhartycard, Adam Naismith, Robert Duncanson, Glenn Mainycard.

Subs: Dylan Maclean, Ross Naismith, Bradley Halsman, Andrew Skinner, Callum Maclean, Kenny McKenzie, Anthony Wallace.

 Referee:   David Watt
 Bookings:   Paul Macleod 63
  Sam Urquhart 66
  Glenn Main 78
 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Davie Allan

A 2-2 draw last Saturday meant that the teams knew before going into this replay that the prize for the winner was a home tie in the 3rd round against Linlithgow Rose. It was Academy that claimed that prize as they returned to playing their best football to hand out a resounding 5-1 beating to visitors Nairn County.

Two first half goals on the quarter hour in as many minutes from Davie Allan and Richard Macadie sent them on their way, but Conor Gethins thumped home to pull a goal back.

Gary Weir restored the two goal cushion with a great header from a Sam Mackay free kick to put the Scorries in at the break 3-1 up.

Davie Allan scored his second of the game with 12 minutes left to open up clear breathing space, and Sam Mackay left the best to last when he scored with a fantastic chip from the edge of the penalty area with a goal that must yet again put him in the running for the goal of the round.

Full match report to follow.....

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 November 2015 )
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