Whitedale move to 13 points in Madrid Cup qualifying stages

Whitedale stretched their lead in the senior football’s Madrid Cup qualifying league table to five points by defeating Delting on Friday while all the other teams dropped at least one point.

Delting bounced back to defeat Scalloway, Whalsay managed a win and a draw while Thistle, Spurs and Scalloway picked up a point apiece.

The results mean Whitedale have now definitely qualified for the semi-finals while Spurs look likely to join them with Scalloway, Delting, Celtic and Whalsay all technically in the running for the other two places.

Madrid Cup
(league stage)

Delting 2, Whitedale 3
The home side were two up with goals from Ross MacDougall but Cameron Gibbs and Lorne McNiven, who got a brace, ensured the West Siders keep winning.

Ross MacDougal grabbed a hat trick against Scalloway.
Ross MacDougal grabbed a hat trick against Scalloway.

Scalloway 2, Whalsay 2
The village side came back from two goals down. Daryn MacDonell and Colin Anderson had put the visitors two up at half time but Andrew Flett and Alan Davidson scored in the second half to equalise.

Thistle 2, Spurs 2
Stuart Smith and Calvin Leask grabbed goals for the Jags while a Jordan Webb penalty and Sam Maver strike meant the spoils were shared.

Delting 4, Scalloway 0
A Ross MacDougall hat trick and Gary Sutherland strike gave the home side a convincing win at Brae.

Whalsay 1, Thistle 0
A solitary goal from Allister Johnson gave the men from the Bonnie Isle thethree points.

Whitedale v Celtic
The match was not played.

For full reports and table see The Shetland Times on Friday.


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