1928–29 Scottish Cup

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1928–29 Scottish Cup

The 1928–29 Scottish Cup was the 51st staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Kilmarnock who defeated Rangers in the final.

Fourth round[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Celtic Motherwell 0-0 2-1
Raith Rovers Kilmarnock 2-3
Rangers Dundee United 3-1
St Mirren Aberdeen 4-3


Kilmarnock1 – 0Celtic
Jimmy Weir
Attendance: 40,000


Kilmarnock2 – 0Rangers
Jock Aitken
Jimmy Williamson
Attendance: 114,780

Kilmarnock team[edit]

Sam Clemie, Tom Robertson, Joe Nibloe, Hugh Morton, Hugh McLaren, Jock McEwan, Willie Connell, Mattha Smith, Harry Cunningham, Jimmy Williamson, Jock Aitken

Rangers team[edit]

Tom Hamilton, Dougie Gray, R Hamilton, Jock Buchanan, Davie Meiklejohn, Thomas 'Tully' Craig, Sandy Archibald, Tommy Muirhead, Jimmy Fleming, Bob McPhail, Alan Morton Manager-Bill Struth

See also[edit]