Great disappointment experienced by Fallin and Clackmannan Community after they had their potential Cup Final clash – due to be played at the Falkirk Stadium last March – cancelled due to Covid-19, writes Tom Scott.
Clackmannan came through their Semi-Final with a 2-1 victory against Syngenta.
Three-time winners Fallin and four-time holders Cambusbarron Rovers served up a nail-biting evening of their own, which went down to penalty-kicks.
Rovers went ahead on the stroke of half-time.
Cambusbarron goalkeeper Greg McGuiness denied Ally Brown with a brilliant penalty-kick save on 55 minutes, but eight minutes later he was beaten, when Kyle Imrie timed his movement and header superbly to make it 1-1.
In dramatic fashion, Fallin went through to the Final 4-2 on penalties.
Scottish Amateur Football News Writer Tom Scott takes his first look around the Amateur Scene this week. YOUR CLUB could feature in his round-ups on a regular basis. Give him a call or send him a DM.
On-form Finnart AFC are set to play Ashfield at their Possilpark Stadium this Wednesday. Kick-off 6pm.
St.David’s AFC defeated GUFC 2-1 in their friendly. Goals from Paddy Woods and Alan Duncan. Man of the Match vote went to Joe Cranston.
Huntershill AFC want a game against East Dunbartonshire opposition (away) on Saturday.
Machan United AFC require an away friendly on Saturday.
GLENBURN MWFC AFC are away to Dailly Amateurs in their second pre-season friendly on Saturday. Kick-off 2pm.
Colville Park E AFC have signed Calum Bateman (Yoker Athletic) and Jonny Aitken (Duncanrig AFC).
Former junior football goalkeeper German John has signed for Maryhill Milan.
Fallin AFC are putting together a strong squad. Resignings include Captain Ally Brown and vice- captain Alan Eastwood.