Westside win Parish Cup for the first time

Westside have won the Parish Cup for the first time, scoring three goals during extra time in their match against Unst at the Gilbertson Park this afternoon.

The match finished 0-0 after 90 minutes with both sides having their share of chances. Veteran striker Vinnie Walterson scored Westside’s first goal early on during the first 15 minutes of  extra time. He also assisted in the other two goals which were both scored by Duncan Anderson in the second 15 minutes of extra time.

Duncan Anderson was presented with the Man of the Match Trophy by Peter Peterson. Westside’s captain Duncan Fraser was presented with the Parish Cup by Parish Cup Association president Iain Smith.

Full report in next week’s The Shetland Times.

Photograph by Kevin Jones



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  • Raymond Smith

    • August 19th, 2013 15:36

    Well done to the wastside boys- hope you had a great night.

    Raymond Smith

  • Willie Lawson

    • August 23rd, 2013 20:46

    Vinnie still playing at your age.


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