Shettleston have now exited the Scottish Cup.
The club reached an all time best by participating in the 6th round of the Scottish Cup.
The clubs results in this seasons cup were
1st Round – 8-0 Win against a bot. Scorers – McMaster (2), Olah (2), Urmston (2), Spring and Friend
2nd Round -4-0 Win against a bot. Scorers – Lawrie (2), Train and Kruger
3rd Round -Clyde FC (1) V (4) Shettleston – This was a fairly run of the mill match for Shettleston and was certainly one that they were never really in danger of losing. Scorers were D.MacLise (2), Aurich and Salinmaki.
4th Eound -Shettleston (5) V (1) Schwarzenegger Allstars – This was a bit of a grudge match for both teams, as they had competed in the league against each other just the previous season and both had ended up being relegated. The scoreline was flattering to Shettleston as there wasnt too much between both teams. Scorers – Bryde (2), Lawrie, Pike and Urmston.
5th Round -Shettleston (2) V (1) FC CTAPT – This was a match that Shettleston expected to lose but knew that their counter attack chances could provide them with an opportunity to steal something from the match. In the end the manager was delighted to secure the win, in what was only the clubs second attempt at round 5. Scorers – Bryde and D.MacLise
6th Round – Shettleston (1) V (3) Vodikavkaz – Shettleston knew that they totally outclassed by the visitors but as the match grew closer the manager grew in confidence that the club could achieve the impossible. As the visitors raced to a 2 goal lead it began to look impossible for the Terros, although they were given a glimmer of hope as the pulled a goal back but that hope was soon extinguished as they then found themselves 3-1 down. In the end it was a career best performance but ultimately not good enough. Scorer – Lawrie
This is the club best ever performance in the cup competition and with a little bit of luck they could have gone further but alas it was not to be. Next seasons cup competition will be much harder as the club will be ranker lower and as such will face much tougher competition each week, but they are likely to only face 2 matches away from home.