Whalsay 6 v Scalloway 1
Scalloway dominated the early exchanges, but Whalsay managed to stand firm and started to put pressure on and scored first from Deborah Mowat. Scalloway’s Kerri Redfern soon equalised from a short corner.
Mowat scored again in the first half’s dying seconds, and made it a hat trick five minutes into the second half, followed by two goals in quick succession from Victoria Duthie.
Scalloway worked hard but Alison Williamson rounded things off with Whalsay’s sixth of the night.
Players of the match were Zoe Irvine for Whalsay and Christine Georgeson for Scalloway.
Delting 0 v Whalsay 2
Whalsay immediately put Delting under pressure and goalie Toni Sidgwick had to make some fantastic saves. However Whalsay’s teamwork helped Deborah Mowat score their first.
A Delting penalty failed to score, Whalsay’s defence held back every effort. In the second half Mowat scored her second
Best on the night were Delting’s Toni Sidgwick and Whalsay’s Zoe Irvine.
Scalloway 0 v Juniors 1
Juniors set off at pace and were awarded a short corner from which Debbi Sneddon scored the first goal. Scalloway woke up after this, but could not get past the Juniors’ defence.
Scalloway improved in the second half, but their constant efforts were thwarted. Both sides’ defence teams were on top form and refused to allow the attackers through.
Players of the match were Kirsten Flett for Scalloway and Abbey Irvine for Juniors.
Juniors 1 v Zetland 1
Monday 23 May – Rosebowl
6:30pm Whalsay v Burra (Simon Skinner/Juniors rep)
7:50pm Delting v Juniors (Simon Skinner/Burra rep)
Thursday 26th May – Lizzie Polson
6.30pm Spurs v Burra (Simon Skinner/Zetland rep)
7:50pm Zetland v Juniors (Simon Skinner/Spurs rep)
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