2013–14 Scottish Junior Cup

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2013–14 Scottish Junior Cup
Country  Scotland
Teams 160
Champions Hurlford United
Runners-up Glenafton Athletic

The 2013–14 Scottish Junior Cup was the 128th season of the Scottish Junior Cup, the national knockout tournament for member clubs of the Scottish Junior Football Association. The winner of this competition is eligible to enter the following seasons Scottish Cup at the first round stage.[1]

A total of 160 clubs are entered this year's competition, three fewer than the previous season. Dropping out were Bankfoot Athletic, Bishopmill United and Lossiemouth United who were in abeyance, RAF Lossiemouth who were playing in welfare football and Spartans who had transferred their Junior side to the East of Scotland League. New member Kennoway Star Hearts made their debut in the competition while Dufftown returned to the tournament after a period of abeyance.

The four Junior clubs qualified for this season's Scottish Cup, were not included in the draw for the first round. These were the East Superleague champions Linlithgow Rose, North Superleague champions Culter, West Super League champions and reigning Junior Cup holders Auchinleck Talbot and Girvan who qualify automatically as a full member of the Scottish Football Association.

Calendar[edit]

The scheduled dates for each round of the 2013–14 tournament are as follows:[2]

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First Round 28 September 2013 32 160 → 128 156
Second Round 26 October 2013 64 128 → 64 4
Third Round 23 November 2013 32 64 → 32 none
Fourth Round 18 January 2014 16 32 → 16 none
Fifth Round 15 February 2014 8 16 → 8 none
Quarter-finals 15 March 2014 4 8 → 4 none
Semi-finals 12/13 & 19/20 April 2014 4 4 → 2 none
Final 1 June 2014 1 2 → 1 none

Drawn matches are replayed the following weekend. Replays ending in a draw proceed direct to penalty shootout. Semi-finals are played home and away over two legs, subject to decision by the SJFA management committee.

First round[edit]

The first round draw took place at the Scottish Football Museum, Hampden Park, Glasgow on 3 September 2013.[3]

Home team  Score  Away team
Carnoustie Panmure 3 – 1 Edinburgh United
Glenrothes 0 – 2 Livingston United
Lochgelly Albert 3 – 1 Kelty Hearts
West Calder United 0 – 4 Sauchie Juniors
Dundee North End 3 – 0 Ardeer Thistle
Irvine Meadow 2 – 1 Scone Thistle
Royal Albert 4 – 0 Stoneyburn
Kirkcaldy YM 3 – 3 Falkirk Juniors
Dundee Violet 0 – 1 St. Andrews United
Maryhill 2 – 2 Dyce Juniors
Cruden Bay 2 – 2 Glasgow Perthshire
East Craigie 2 – 3 Wishaw Juniors
Musselburgh Athletic 6 – 3 Arniston Rangers
Blairgowrie 0 – 2 Deveronside
Crossgates Primrose 1 – 2 Vale of Clyde
Dunbar United 5 – 1 Muirkirk Juniors
Home team  Score  Away team
Pollok 4 – 1 Luncarty
Glenafton Athletic 9 – 1 Inverness City
Vale of Leven 1 – 1 Thornton Hibs
Blackburn United 1 – 2 Largs Thistle
Jeanfield Swifts 1 – 3 Yoker Athletic
Islavale 1 – 1 Tranent Juniors
Kinnoull 1 – 3 Tayport
Arthurlie 3 – 0 Bridge of Don Thistle
Annbank United 3 – 1 Kello Rovers
Irvine Victoria 1 – 2 Greenock Juniors
Newmains United 0 – 4 Cambuslang Rangers
Forth Wanderers 6 – 0 Coupar Angus
Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 2 – 2 Bo'ness United
Fochabers 0 – 11 1 Kirriemuir Thistle
Neilston Juniors 2 – 0 Port Glasgow
Saltcoats Victoria 1 – 2 Blantyre Victoria

1 Match played at Pinefield, Elgin.

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Falkirk Juniors 3 – 3
(6 – 7 pens)
Kirkcaldy YM
Dyce Juniors 1 – 2 Maryhill
Glasgow Perthshire 1 – 2 Cruden Bay
Thornton Hibs 0 – 2 Vale of Leven
Tranent Juniors 4 – 0 Islavale
Bo'ness United 1 – 0 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic

Second round[edit]

The second round draw took place in the Auchinleck Talbot Social Club, Auchinleck on 9 October 2013.[4] Girvan received a bye after Steelend Victoria went into abeyance prior to the draw.

Home team  Score  Away team
Dunipace Juniors 2 – 4 Dunbar United
Kilbirnie Ladeside 3 – 0 Newburgh
Benburb 7 – 0 Lochgelly Albert
Lewis United 0 – 2 Colony Park
Haddington Athletic 1 – 1 Newtongrange Star
St. Roch's 3 – 5 Thorniewood United
Tayport 4 – 2 Renfrew
St. Andrews United 17 – 1 Whitehills
Hall Russell United 2 – 5 Cruden Bay
Whitletts Victoria 3 – 1 Bathgate Thistle
Maryhill 1 – 1 Carnoustie Panmure
Forfar Albion 0 – 6 Lanark United
Johnstone Burgh 0 – 2 Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Sauchie Juniors 4 – 0 Tranent Juniors
Carluke Rovers 1 – 1 Linlithgow Rose
Musselburgh Athletic 3 – 0 Armadale Thistle
Livingston United 4 – 0 Vale of Clyde
Dundee North End 1 – 2 Bo'ness United
Cumnock Juniors 1 – 0 Troon
Rossvale 3 – 6 Dundonald Bluebell
Rosyth 0 – 6 Lochee United
Culter 2 – 3 Ashfield
Penicuik Athletic 9 – 0 Sunnybank
Auchinleck Talbot 7 – 0 Broxburn Athletic
Fraserburgh United 3 – 5 Ballingry Rovers
Arbroath Victoria 1 – 2 Beith Juniors
Kilsyth Rangers 5 – 1 Shettleston
Blantyre Victoria 3 – 2 Broughty Athletic
FC Stoneywood 1 – 4 Shotts Bon Accord
Neilston Juniors 2 – 1 Maud
Glentanar 2 – 4 Fauldhouse United
Buchanhaven Hearts 2 – 6 Banks O'Dee
Home team  Score  Away team
East Kilbride Thistle 1 – 1 Montrose Roselea
Kirkcaldy YM 5 – 1 Longside
Burghead Thistle 1 – 1 Parkvale
Lochore Welfare 3 – 1 Ellon United
Downfield 0 – 3 Arthurlie
Largs Thistle 2 – 1 Oakley United
Hermes 9 – 0 Newmachar United
Banchory St. Ternan 6 – 1 Pumpherston Juniors
Cambuslang Rangers 7 – 1 Portgordon Victoria
Bellshill Athletic 0 – 3 Deveronside
Lugar Boswell Thistle 0 – 2 Glenafton Athletic
Whitburn 0 – 2 Forth Wanderers
Harthill Royal 7 – 0 Craigmark Burntonians
Dufftown 1 – 5 Pollok
Lochee Harp 1 – 7 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy
Lesmahagow Juniors 2 – 4 2 Camelon Juniors
Hurlford United 8 – 0 New Elgin
Kilwinning Rangers 12 – 0 Nairn St. Ninian
Irvine Meadow 3 – 2 Clydebank
Dalkeith Thistle 6 – 1 Vale of Leven
Yoker Athletic 4 – 2 Ardrossan Winton Rovers
Stonehaven 3 – 1 Forfar West End
Maybole 0 – 0 Cumbernauld United
Rutherglen Glencairn 7 – 1 Annbank United
Greenock Juniors 1 – 2 Royal Albert
Dalry Thistle 9 – 1 Buckie Rovers
Larkhall Thistle 7 – 3 Kirriemuir Thistle
Brechin Victoria 1 – 2 East End
Forres Thistle 2 – 4 Kennoway Star Hearts
Darvel Juniors 2 – 2 Wishaw Juniors
St. Anthony's 3 – 3 Petershill

2 Tie switched to Camelon after three postponements.

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Newtongrange Star 1 – 1
(4 – 3 pens)
Haddington Athletic
Carnoustie Panmure 3 – 2 Maryhill
Linlithgow Rose 5 – 1 Carluke Rovers
Parkvale 0 – 2 Burghead Thistle
Cumbernauld United 2 – 1 Maybole
Wishaw Juniors 2 – 3 Darvel Juniors
Petershill 3 – 0 St Anthony's
Montrose Roselea 0 – 0
(3 – 1 pens)
East Kilbride Thistle

Third round[edit]

The third round draw took place at the offices of The Scottish Sun newspaper, Glasgow on 4 November 2013.[5]

Home team  Score  Away team
Ashfield 4 – 4 Girvan
Kirkcaldy YM 2 – 6 Kilsyth Rangers
Dunbar United 3 – 2 Arthurlie
Yoker Athletic 2 – 0 Lanark United
Newtongrange Star 1 – 5 Tayport
Banks O' Dee 1 – 2 Larkhall Thistle
Lochore Welfare 1 – 5 Pollok
Benburb 1 – 0 Blantyre Victoria
Forth Wanderers 1 – 1 Hurlford United
Carnoustie Panmure 6 – 0 Colony Park
Banchory St. Ternan 1 – 6 Whitletts Victoria
Neilston Juniors 2 – 0 Stonehaven
Deveronside 3 – 3 Musselburgh Athletic
Bo'ness United 1 – 0 Auchinleck Talbot
Cumbernauld United 4 – 0 Cruden Bay
Largs Thistle 2 – 1 Kilbirnie Ladeside
Home team  Score  Away team
Kilwinning Rangers 4 – 2 Hermes
Kirkintilloch Rob Roy 2 – 3 Cumnock Juniors
Darvel Juniors 1 – 2 Rutherglen Glencairn
Montrose Roselea 2 – 2 East End
Irvine Meadow 3 – 0 Fauldhouse United
Linlithgow Rose 1 – 2 Shotts Bon Accord
Dalkeith Thistle 1 – 4 Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Camelon Juniors 4 – 1 Lochee United
Cambuslang Rangers 2 – 1 Kennoway Star Hearts
Livingston United 1 – 3 Penicuik Athletic
Dundonald Bluebell 4 – 0 Harthill Royal
Glenafton Athletic 2 – 2 Royal Albert
Petershill 1 – 0 Ballingry Rovers
Beith Juniors 1 – 2 Sauchie Juniors
St. Andrews United 2 – 0 Thorniewood United
Dalry Thistle 4 – 2 Burghead Thistle

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Girvan 4 – 3 Ashfield
Hurlford United 4 – 0 Forth Wanderers
Musselburgh Athletic 3 – 1 Deveronside
East End 0 – 2 Montrose Roselea
Royal Albert 0 – 5 Glenafton Athletic

Fourth round[edit]

The fourth round draw took place at the offices of Evening Times newspaper, Glasgow on 12 December 2013.[6]

Home team  Score  Away team
Shotts Bon Accord 2 – 2 Dunbar United
Benburb 2 – 3 Whitletts Victoria
Camelon Juniors 5 – 2 Carnoustie Panmure
Cumnock Juniors 4 – 1 Neilston Juniors
St. Andrews United 1 – 2 Bo'ness United
Tayport 3 – 2 Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Kilsyth Rangers 3 – 3 Largs Thistle
Girvan 2 – 2 3 Rutherglen Glencairn
Musselburgh Athletic 1 – 4 Glenafton Athletic
Irvine Meadow 2 – 2 Petershill
Larkhall Thistle 0 – 3 Hurlford United
Cambuslang Rangers 0 – 3 Dundonald Bluebell
Yoker Athletic 3 – 2 Montrose Roselea
Pollok 1 – 1 Penicuik Athletic
Kilwinning Rangers 1 – 3 Sauchie Juniors
Dalry Thistle 5 – 2 Cumbernauld United

3 Tie played at Largs Thistle F.C.

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Dunbar United 4 – 4
(3 – 4 pens)
Shotts Bon Accord
Largs Thistle 3 – 3
(3 – 4 pens)
Kilsyth Rangers
Petershill 0 – 2 Irvine Meadow
Penicuik Athletic 2 – 1 Pollok
Rutherglen Glencairn 1 - 1
(5 – 4 pens)
Girvan

Fifth round[edit]

The fifth round draw took place in the Cumnock Juniors Social Club on 26 January 2014.[7]

Home team  Score  Away team
Glenafton Athletic 3 – 2 Shotts Bon Accord
Dundonald Bluebell 5 – 2 Dalry Thistle
Whitletts Victoria 4 – 1 Yoker Athletic
Camelon Juniors 3 – 3 Sauchie Juniors
Penicuik Athletic 0 – 0 Irvine Meadow
Kilsyth Rangers 0 – 4 Cumnock Juniors
Tayport 1 – 2 Hurlford United
Rutherglen Glencairn 1 - 2 Bo'ness United

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Irvine Meadow 4 – 3 Penicuik Athletic
Sauchie Juniors 1 - 3 Camelon Juniors

Quarter-final[edit]

The quarter final draw took place on the Central 103.1 FM Football Phone-In show on 26 February 2014.[8]

Home team  Score  Away team
Cumnock Juniors 2 - 2 Glenafton Athletic
Irvine Meadow 1 - 0 Bo'ness United
Dundonald Bluebell 0 - 3 Hurlford United
Camelon Juniors 7 - 0 Whitletts Victoria

Replay[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Glenafton Athletic 2 - 1 Cumnock Juniors

Semi finals[edit]

The draw for the semi finals took place on the Central 103.1 FM Football Phone-In show on 27 March 2014.[9]

First leg[edit]

13 April 2014
14:30
Camelon Juniors 2 - 1 Glenafton Athletic
Colin Leiper Goal 26'
Craig Menzies Goal 77' (o.g.)
Report Goal 3' Cameron Marlow
Carmuirs Park, Camelon
Referee: Mike Taylor

12 April 2014
15:00
Irvine Meadow 2 - 1 Hurlford United
Mark Thomson Goal 50'
Darren Miller Goal 80'
Report Goal 34' Paul McKenzie
Meadow Park, Irvine
Referee: Alan Newlands

Second leg[edit]

20 April 2014
14:30
Glenafton Athletic 2 – 0
(aggregate 3 – 2)
Camelon Juniors
Cameron Marlow Goal 14'
Finlay Frye Goal 86'
Report
Loch Park, New Cumnock
Referee: David Lowe

19 April 2014
14:30
Hurlford United 3 – 1
(aggregate 4 – 3)
Irvine Meadow
Stewart Kean Goal 12'74'84' Report Goal 24' (pen.) Darren Miller
Blair Park, Hurlford
Referee: Gavin Ross

Final[edit]

1 June 2014
16:05
Glenafton Athletic 0 – 3 Hurlford United
BBC Sport Goal 3' (pen.)29' (pen.) Stewart Kean
Goal 81' Paul McKenzie
Rugby Park, Kilmarnock
Attendance: 5,854
Referee: Colin Steven
1 Brian McGarrity
2 Craig McEwan
3 Alan Cairns Substituted off
4 Ryan McChesney
5 Craig Menzies
6 Finlay Frye
7 Jamie McGeoghgan
8 Jamie McKernon
9 Aaron Connolly Substituted off
10 Alain Kinney
11 Cameron Marlow Substituted off
Substitutes:
12 Stevie Miller Substituted in
14 Michael Reilly Substituted in
15 Darren McGill Substituted in
16 Craig Brown
17 Scott Adam
Manager:
Tommy Bryce
1 Ally Brown
2 Paul Cameron
3 Paul Byrne
4 Martin Brown
5 Glen Mitchell
6 Jamie Wilson Substituted off
7 Paul McKenzie
8 Danny Mitchell
9 Stewart Kean
10 Ross Robertson Substituted off
11 Calum Watt Substituted off
Substitutes:
12 John Dempster Substituted in
14 Steven Masterton Substituted in
15 Jack Steele Substituted in
16 Ewan Blair
17 Stevie O'Neill
Manager:
Darren Henderson


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Junior clubs enter Scottish Cup". BBC Sport. 1 June 2007. Retrieved 3 September 2013. 
  2. ^ "SJFA Cup dates 2013/14". Scottish Junior Football Association. 8 July 2013. Retrieved 3 September 2013. 
  3. ^ Wilson, Fraser (3 September 2013). "Scottish Junior Cup 1st Round draw confirmed after blunder in number of ties". Daily Record. Retrieved 3 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "Junior Cup 2nd Round Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 27 September 2013. 
  5. ^ "Scottish Junior Cup Third Round Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 30 October 2013. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  6. ^ "Scottish Junior Cup 4th Rd Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 3 December 2013. Retrieved 3 December 2013. 
  7. ^ "5th Round Draw Junior Cup". Scottish Junior Football Association. 18 January 2014. 
  8. ^ "Quarter Final Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 24 February 2014. 
  9. ^ "Junior Semi Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 27 March 2014. Retrieved 29 March 2014.