Manson Cup Final
Celtic 3 – 2 Whalsay
Saturday’s Manson Cup final saw Celtic take their first piece of silverware to win the sought after trophy from Whalsay, who beat Scalloway in the final last year.
Celtic opened the scoring in the first half after a goal from Roy Wood, though after half time Whalsay took the lead with two goals from Ross Irvine.
Celtic managed to equalise through James Aitken and new signing Dominic Mann sealed victory for the team in a tremendous match that was a fantastic advert for Shetland football.
G&S Flooring Premier League
Scalloway 4 – 0 Spurs
A Scott Henderson hat trick and Scott Bridges’ goal gave Scalloway a fine win over their Lerwick rivals in the weekend’s only A league fixture on Friday.
Shetland Chiropractic Reserve League
Unst 4 – 2 Scalloway B
Unst got their first win of the season with victory over the villagers. Ashley Spence, Michael Thomson and a Bruce Johnson double scored for Unst, while Colin Petrie and Sean McCaffrey hit the net for Scalloway.
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