Molloy hat-trick seals Madrid Cup for Spurs

Paul Molloy (number 16) kicks the ball past Scalloway keeper Danny Reid to score Spurs' and his own second goal during yesterday's Madrid Cup Final at the Gilbertson Park. Photo: Kevin JonesA Paul Molloy hat trick fired Spurs to victory against Scalloway in the Madrid Cup final on Saturday.

Molloy’s trio of goals were all superb individual efforts and his performance was the difference between the two sides.

The Lerwick side dominated the first half and were deservedly 2-0 ahead at the break. 

But Scalloway rallied in the second half and carried more threat in front of goal. They were also disappointed not to be awarded a penalty despite having a couple of decent appeals.

Molloy’s third goal, the best of the bunch, was enough to seal the win for Spurs.

• For a full report and photos see Friday’s Shetland Times.

The victorious Lerwick Spurs with the Madrid Cup following their 3-0 victory over Scalloway last night. Back (from left): Paul Molloy, James Johnston, Alan Page, Haydn Jamieson, Shane Jamieson, Lewis Kay, Nathan McDonald, Andrew Goodlad, David Mann, Scott Morrison, Luke Smith, Grant Wood, Tony Johnston (Coach). Front: Davy MacDonald (with his son Joey), Jordan Webb, Connel Gresham (with his daughter Elsie), captain Joe Kay (with his son Cole), Sam Goudie (with his son Rhys), Sam Ward and Sean Maver. Photo: Kevin Jones


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