#SSESWCup 1st Rd: Montrose deny Renfrew another cup run

Montrose FC Ladies

Renfrew might be contesting the SWFL Division 1 Cup final this Friday but they bowed out of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup in the 1st Round with a 5-4 loss at Montrose.

SSE SCOTTISH WOMEN’S CUP 1ST ROUND

Airdrie 5-2 Murieston United
Ayr United 1-2 BSC Glasgow
Bishopton 9-2 Granite City
Borders 5-0 Mid Annandale
Dunfermline Athletic 13-0 Stewarton United
East Kilbride Thistle P-P Edinburgh Caledonia
Montrose 5-4 Renfrew
Morton 0-4 Aberdeen
Raith Rovers 3-2 Rutherglen
Stonehaven H/W Annan Athletic

Montrose trailed Renfrew 3-2 at the break but Charlotte Gammie and Aimee Ridgeway both completed braces to see their side progress.

BSC Glasgow pulled off a 2-1 win at Ayr United, Borders enjoyed a 5-0 derby victory against Mid Annandale.

Photo: BSC Glasgow

Bishopton’s Jenny McMahon hit four goals in the 9-2 result against Granite City but Dunfermline Athletic were top scorers with 13 goals past Stewarton United

Airdrie’s Megan Murray scored three times in the 5-2 victory over Murieston United.

2ND ROUND DRAW – 2 June (2pm):

Airdrie v Dunfermline Athletic (Penny Cars Stadium)
Boroughmuir Thistle v Montrose (Meggetland Sports Complex)
Buchan Ladies v Aberdeen (Maud Junior FC)
Clyde v Bishopton (Broadwood Astro)
Deveronvale v Edinburgh Caledonia (Macduff Community and Sports Centre)
Dryburgh Athletic v Stonehaven (Myrekirk Park)
Dundee City v BSC Glasgow (Charlotte Street Pitches)
Kilwinning v Kelty Hearts (Putyan Park)
Musselburgh Windsor v Westdyke (Pinkie Playing Fields)
Nairn v Clark Drive (Nairn Showfield)
Panmure v Inverness Caledonian (Laing Park)
Queens Park v Clachnacuddin (Lesser Hampden)
Raith Rovers v Moray (Starks Park)
St Mirren v Stranraer (Ferguslie Sports Centre)
Stenhousemuir v Pollok United (Ochilview Park)
United Glasgow v East Fife (Garscube Sports Complex)
West Park United v Borders (Huntershill Sports Hub)

Meanwhile in SWFL 1 South, Glasgow City Development made it eight wins on the spin with a 3-0 score at home to Hamilton Academical U-23s.

The Highlands & Islands League was also in action, Caithness moving second with an 8-0 defeat of Kirkwall City, Inverness Caledonian Thistle netting five at Bror rangers to climb to third and Buckie Ladies getting off the mark in a goalfest at Nairn by seven goals to five.

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