Heriot Watt University
Home Park Coldstream
East Of Scotland League Match Sponsor Jock Hardie
|1.||Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale|
|2.||Easthouses Lily MW|
|5.||Civil Service Strollers|
|Winner(s): No winners|
|£610 carried forward|
|William Hill Scottish Cup |
The club are running a bus to the William Hill Scottish cup tie against Spartans on Saturday 26th September 2015. The bus will leave Home Park at 11.25am and return at approximately 10.00pm
Anyone wishing to go on the bus, should contact a member of the committee to book their place.
|Streamers Bow Out Of Scottish Cup |
Result: Spartans 5 - 1 Coldstream
The wait for a win in the Scottish Cup goes on after Coldstream were comprehesively beaten 5 -1 by Spartans at Ainslie Park. The Streamers started the game brightly with Des Sutherland having a shot deflected wide on 5 mins and from the resultant corner Paul Hossack saw his shot blocked. On 17 mins Hagen Steele received the game's first yellow card for what was a rather tame challenge. Spartans were seeing a lot of the ball and were beginning to create chances with both Murrell and Stevenson shooting wide for the home team and it no surprise when the home side took the lead. When on 35 mins from a corner on the left, the ball was headed back across goal for the little live wire Murrell to head Spartans in front. Jay Wilson receive the second yellow card of the match on 38 mins and Spartans should have been further ahead on 42 mins when Murrell again found space in the penalty area only to see his shot well saved by Chris Watson in the Streamers goal. Half Time Spartans 1 - 0 Coldstream.
Murrell did'nt have long to wait to add to his goal tally when on 49 mins he headed home from a right cross and worse was to follow for the Streamers when Murrell completed his hat trick on 54 mins when he fired home from 20 yards a shot that Watson will admit he should have kept out. Spartans were forced in to their first change when Saunderson replaced the injured Herd. The Streamers then scored the best goal of the game on 60 mins when good play by Danny Simpson found Jason Inglis who in turn played a great ball through to Sutherland who then ran on to play the ball low across the 6 yard box for Ash Langford to fire home. Spartans then made a double change with hat trick hero Murrell being replaced by Robbie Ross and Duthie being replaced by Murray. With just over 20 mins to go the Streamers then made two changes as well with Wilson and Farr being replaced by Craig Heugh and Kerr Scott. Defender Michael Allan then took a head knock but was soon back on his feet after treatment, Manager Davidson then made his final change when Daniel Gillie replaced Steele, but it was Spartans who were to score again when sub Ross headed home from a corner and Ross should have made it 5 when only a min later but his shot was well saved by Watson. But spartans did'nt have long to wait for number 5 when Malone scored direct from a free kick from around 20 yards.
Final Score Spartans 5 - 1 Coldstream
Watson Farr Maxwell Allan Inglis Wilson Simpson Hossack Langford Sutherland Steele. Subs K Scott Gillie Heugh Davidson Taylor.
|Bus to Spartans Match |
Members and supporters are reminded that there still a few seats available on the bus to the William Hill Scottish Cup tie with Spartans. The bus will leave Home Park at 11.25am and return approximately 10.00pm.
Anyone wanting to go on the bus should contact a Committee member
|Streamers back on the winning way |
Result: Coldstream 3 - 1 Craigroyston
Coldstream had the perfect preperation for their upcomimg William Hill Scottish Cup tie against Spartams with a comprehensive 3 - 1 victory against Craigroyston. Manager Grant Davidson made 5 changes from last week's starting eleven against Peebles. New signing Chris Watson made his debut in goals and Inglis, Hossack. Steele and Langford all being recalled to the starting line up.
Coldstream started the game brightly with Simpson headed over from a Steele corner on 5 mins and it was no surprise when the Streamers took the lead with Des Sutherland firing a low shot past Tshibangu in the Craigroyston goal on 10 mins and Sutherland should have doubled the Streamers lead on 20 mins when he was clean through and only Tshibangu to beat struck his shot wide.
Craigroyston were coming more in to the game now with Dickson shooting just wide on 25 mins and then Foster having a good header from a corner well saved by Watson in the Streamers goal and the same was to follow only a few minutes later when again watson saved well from Foster. Coldstream doubled their lead on 39 mins when good work by Sutherland set up Simpson to fire low past Tshibangu in the Craigroyston goal.
Coldstream started the second half better than they had in the last couple of matches and were well in control and it was no surprise when Jason Inglis headed home from a great Hagen steele corner on mins 57 mins. Craigroyston pulled a goal back on 66 mins when Togneri shot low past Watson. The Streamers nearly made it four when after good work by Steele set up Langford but his shot struck the outside of the post. Coldstream started to make changes with Kerr Scott replacing Simpson and Scott nearly made it four but shot over the bar after good play from Sutherland and Steele, Crawford then replaced Langford and recent new signing Daniel Gillie replacing Steele. Scott then was put through by Crawford but shot wide. This was a very good all round performance by the Streamers with manager Davidson well pleased and he can now look forward to the his first involvement in the Scottish Cup.
Coldstream Line Up
Watson Farr Maxwell Allan Inglis Wilson Simpson Hossack Langford Sutherland Steele. Subs K Scott Gillie Crawford
The club would like to thank the match sponsor Frank Mount.
|Davidson Makes Another Signing |
The Streamers have added attacking midfielder Daniel Gillie to their squad, Daniel who left Kelso United after they resigned from the East Of Scotland League is more than happy to sign for the Streamers.