22nd August 2018
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Whitedale fight back against Spurs to secure Madrid Cup

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Whitedale claimed the first senior football trophy of the season, the Madrid Cup, by beating Spurs 4-2 at Gilbertson Park on Saturday afternoon.

The West Side team fought back after being two goals down in what was sweet revenge for the league defeat inflicted on them by the Milkbags a week earlier.

Friday’s G&S Flooring match saw Delting travel to Scalloway and come away with a handsome 7-2 victory.

Duncan Anderson scored twice for Whitedale.

Duncan Anderson scored twice for Whitedale.

Madrid Cup (final)

Whitedale 4, Spurs 2

Spurs went 2-0 up within five minutes with goals from Jordan Webb and a Lorne McNiven own goal. Whitedale fought back, however, scoring through Duncan Anderson just before half time.

Three second-half goals from Allan Johnston, Jamie Wilson and a second for Anderson secured the cup for Whitedale after what was an entertaining match.

G&S Flooring Premier League

Scalloway 2, Delting 7

Delting notched up an impressive away win with goals from Gary Sutherland (3), Leighton Flaws (2), Danny Peterson and an own goal.
The villagers replied through Alan Davidson and Laurence Pearson.

For full football coverage, see this Friday’s Shetland Times.

One comment

  1. Well done the mighty Whitedale- keep up the good work over the rest of the season. A happy Weisdale man at Scapa Cres Kirkwall.

    Raymond Smith

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