2012–13 Highland League Cup

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2012–13 Breedon Aggregates Highland League Cup
Breedon Aggregates Highland League Cup logo.png
Country  Scotland
Teams 18
Champions Keith
Runners-up Inverurie Loco Works
Matches played 17

The 2012-13 Breedon Highland League Cup was the 68th edition of the competition, which was sponsored by Breedon Aggregates. The winners were Keith, who defeated Inverurie Loco Works 2-1 in the final at Princess Royal Park in Banff on 11 May 2013.

First Round[edit]

In the First Round draw, fourteen clubs were given a bye into the Second Round, and four clubs were drawn to play each other in the First Round. Ties in the First Round took place on Saturday 2 March 2013.

Home team Score Away team
Clachnacuddin 3-2 Cove Rangers
Turriff United 1-2 Formartine United

Second Round[edit]

The ties in the Second Round took place on Saturday 16 March 2013.

Home team Score Away team
Brora Rangers 2-1 Wick Academy
Clachnacuddin 5-0 Fort William
Deveronvale 12-2 Fraserburgh
Forres Mechanics 1-3 Formartine United
Inverurie Loco Works 6-0 Huntly
Lossiemouth 2-5 Buckie Thistle
Nairn County 3-0 Strathspey Thistle
Rothes 0-22 Keith

1 After Extra Time - Deveronvale won 3-1 on penalties
2 Played on Wednesday 27 March 2013 due to 2 previous postponements due to a waterlogged pitch and a snowbound pitch

Third Round[edit]

The ties in the Third Round took place on Saturday 6 April 2013.

Home team Score Away team
Brora Rangers 4-2 Formartine United
Buckie Thistle 3-31 Keith
Inverurie Loco Works 4-1 Deveronvale
Nairn County 2-1 Clachnacuddin

1 After Extra Time - Keith won 5-4 on penalties

Semi-Finals[edit]

The Semi-Final ties took place on Saturday 20 April 2013.

Home team Score Away team
Inverurie Loco Works 2-0 Brora Rangers
Keith 1-0 Nairn County

Final[edit]

11 May 2013 (2013-05-11)
15:00 BST (UTC+01)
Keith 2–1 Inverurie Loco Works
Andy MacAskill Goal 57'
Cammy Keith Goal 75' (pen.)
The Scotsman Scott Begg Goal 17'
Princess Royal Park, Banff
Referee: Graham Beaton