Celtic, Spurs, Whitedale and Thistle have made it through to the semi-finals of the County Shield.
Monday’s quarter final results were as follows:
Delting 1 – 2 Celtic
John Hutchison scored for Delting while Ryan Stewart and Lowrie Simpson did the damage for the Hoops as they progress.
Whalsay 1 – 1 Spurs (Spurs win 6-5 on pens)
Spurs eventually get to the semis. Paul Molloy had scored for Spurs while it was an own goal for Whalsay.
Whitedale 4 – 0 Ness Utd
A Richard Sinclair hat trick and Gary Tulloch goal ensure the holders reach the semis.
Thistle 5 – 3 Scalloway
Scorers for Thistle were Nethan Watson (3), Stuart Smith and Calvin Leask. Steven Umphray (2) and Scott Henderson scored for Scalloway.
Friday’s results of the G&S Flooring Premier League:
Delting 1 – 1 Celtic
Merv Jamieson scored for the Delts, James Aitken for the Celts.
Ness Utd 0 – 3 Whalsay
Ross Irvine got a hatrick against Ness for the away side.
Scalloway 1 – 7 Spurs
A Paul Molloy hatrick and contributions from Jordan Webb, Connal Gresham, Sam Goudie and Joe Kay gave a big win for the Milkbags.
Whitedale 5 – 1 Thistle
Jamie Wilson, Piotr Drozdowzki, Richard Sinclair, Haldane Fraser and Greg Tulloch did the damage for Whitedale as they look to sustain their title challenge. Bradley Mackenzie got the consolation for Thistle.
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