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Shaw shines as DUSC dump Broughty Panthers in Reilly Falconer Cup

Dundee United SC 7

Farquharson 19', 30', Carson 25', Shaw 31', 58', 60', Turner 59'

Broughty United Panthers 3

Dailly OG 35+4', Stark 52', 53'
  • Sunday, 11 November 2018
  • Craigie Astro
  • Under 14´s
  • Reilly Falconer Cup

Andrew Creegan

Andrew Creegan | YFS East Region Multimedia Journalist
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Jake Shaw’s hat trick helped Dundee United SC advance to the quarter finals of the Reilly Falconer Cup at the expense of highflying Broughty Panthers.

Broughty came into the game top of the Watson McInally League, while DUSC were winless in the top flight and it was the visitors that looked to seize the initiative in the opening stages.

Jackson Hendry saw an effort blocked in the opening minute before Haydn Farningham turned the ball over from the resulting corner. Hendry was sent through on goal shortly after, only to be denied by Alister Brown.

DUSC’s first chance fell to Jake Shaw, who saw his shot held by Nathan McDermott.

After a rip-roaring start to the game, both sides began to cancel each other out meaning clear cut chances were few and far between.

Hendry smacked a volley wide from the edge of the box before DUSC opened the scoring through Logan Farquharson, who found the net with a low finish.

Broughty were nearly level moments later when the ball fell to Robbie Stark, but he could only fire the ball against the post.

It would prove to be a costly miss as DUSC doubled their advantage through Taylor Carson. The midfielder burst through on goal and fired the ball past McDermott.
Things got better for DUSC when Farquharson went through and netted his second shortly after.

A minute later, Carson’s corner was met by Shaw, who headed the ball in from close range to give DUSC a four-goal advantage.

Broughty were handed a lifeline in first half injury time when Nairn Dailly’s pass back to Brown was misjudged by the keeper, allowing the ball to roll into the net.

  • Half Time:
  • Dundee United SC
  • 4-1
  • Broughty United Panthers

Buoyed by the own goal, Broughty started the second half quickly, with Hendry and Stark both denied by Brown early in the second half.

At the other end, Finlay Turner’s chip was kept out by McDermott as DUSC looked to put the game to bed.

After DUSC’s first half goal spree, Broughty hit twice in two minutes as they looked to pull off the most unlikely of comebacks. Hendry’s bouncing free kick was saved onto the bar by Brown, who saw the ball spin into the path of Stark, who bundled it over the line.

Seconds later, Stark was played in by Reece Rodger, and made no mistake with a cool finish to reduce the deficit further.

With the momentum appearing to swing in Broughty’s favour, DUSC struck again when Shaw clipped the ball past McDermott to put DUSC further ahead.

The hosts weren’t finished there as Turner lashed the ball across McDermott from inside the box. Shaw completed the scoring and his hat trick on the hour mark when he lifted the ball over McDermott to seal DUSC’s passage to the next round.

  • Full Time:
  • Dundee United SC
  • 7-3
  • Broughty United Panthers

Lineups

Dundee United SC
Broughty United Panthers
1. Alister Brown
4. Daniel McInroy
6. Taylor Carson
7. Jake Shaw
8. Mathew Phillips
9. Harvey Todd
12. Ciaran Hunter
13. Charlie Johnstone
15. Callum Tindal
16. Jo Jo Campbell
17. Finlay Oigerman
18. Finlay Turner
19. Logan Farquharson
20. Nairn Dailly
1. Nathan McDermott
2. Sam Hampton
3. Haydn Farningham
5. Gordon Adam
6. Nathan Walsh
8. Robbie Stark
9. Jake Davies
10. Jackson Hendry
11. Reece Rodger
12. Jude Duguid
13. Luke Conway
14. Haris Malik
15. Cameron Milne
16. Nairn Ferrier
Star Player
Dundee United SC
Broughty United Panthers
Jake Shaw - Worked tirelessly up front and got his goals at important times in the match.
Robbie Stark - Was a threat all game long and took his goals well as Broughty tried to fight back into the match.
Magic Moment
Dundee United SC
Broughty United Panthers
Shaw's Third Goal - A composed finish to complete his hat trick and seal DUSC's win.
Stark's Second Goal - Broughty's best passing move of the match that was coolly finished by the winger.
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