Whalsay v Spurs
Points went to Whalsay as Spurs were unable to field a team.
Zetland 1 – 1 Burra
Aimee Keith broke the deadlock to put Zetland ahead at half time, but a strong push from Burra led to several short corners and eventually a penalty successfully taken by Stacey Laurenson to equalise.
Players of the match for Zetland was Debie Kane and for Burra was Debbie Sneddon.
Scalloway 0 – 2 Whalsay
Whalsay’s Deborah Mowat scored after just 18 minutes and made it two before half time in a match dominated by ened to end play and wet weather.
Players of the match were Naomi Johnson for Scalloway and Angelina Jamieson for Whalsay.
Delting 6 – 1 Zetland
It took 15 minutes for Brenda Leask to score the first goal for Delting, but only one more minute for Lorraine Johnson to make it two.
Before half time Johnson had scored again, along with Jade Wilson and Donna Murray to make it 5-0. Maisie Unsworth took one back for Zetland but Johnson got her hat trick before the end of the game.
Players of the match were Jade Wilson for Delting and Vicky Henderson for Zetland.
Fixtures this week:
Monday 12 September
6:30pm Zetland v Spurs (Delting rep/Janice Johnston)
7:50pm Delting v Scalloway (Zetland rep/Janice Johnston)
Thursday 15 September
Town Hall 7’s Knock out Cup (full pitch 7 min halfs)
Game A 6:30pm Whalsay v Scalloway
Game B 6:50pm Zetland v JuniorsGame
Game C7:10pm Spurs v Burra
Game D7:30pm Semi Final
Winner Game A v Winner Game B
Winner Game D v Winner Game C
Thursday 22 September
6.30pm (Mid Brae Inn Cup – 11 aside) all teams to enter to Julia Halcrow by 9 September by 5pm
Monday 26 September 6.30pm (7 a side mixed singled league) all teams to enter to Julia Halcrow by 9 September by 5pm
Grutness Shield table
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