2012–13 Scottish Junior Cup

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2012–13 Emirates Junior Cup
Country  Scotland
Teams 163
Top goal scorer(s) Steve Hislop (Bo'ness United)
10 goals

The 2012–13 Scottish Junior Cup is the 127th season of the Scottish Junior Cup, the national knockout tournament for member clubs of the Scottish Junior Football Association. The competition is sponsored by Emirates and is known as The Emirates Junior Cup for sponsorship purposes.[1] The winner of this competition is eligible to enter the following seasons Scottish Cup at the first round stage.[2]

A total of 163 clubs are entering this year's competition, one fewer than last season. Dropping out are Stonehouse Violet who have folded and Dufftown who are in abeyance. Scone Thistle return to the tournament after taking one season out of the game.

The five Junior clubs qualified for this season's Scottish Cup, will not be included in the draw for the first round. These are the three Superleague champions: Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic (East), Hermes (North) and Irvine Meadow (West); the Scottish Junior Cup winners Shotts Bon Accord, and Girvan who qualify automatically as a full member of the Scottish Football Association.

Calendar[edit]

The scheduled dates for each round of the 2012–13 tournament are as follows:[3]

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First Round 22 September 2012 35 158 → 123 158
Second Round 20 October 2012 64 128 → 64 5
Third Round 17 November 2012 32 64 → 32 none
Fourth Round 19 January 2013 16 32 → 16 none
Fifth Round 16 February 2013 8 16 → 8 none
Quarter-finals 16 March 2013 4 8 → 4 none
Semi-finals 13/14 & 20/21 April 2013 4 4 → 2 none
Final 2 June 2013 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 22 August 2012.[4][5]

Home team  Score  Away team
Crossgates Primrose 0 – 5 Cumnock Juniors
Muirkirk 0 – 6 Yoker Athletic
Lesmahagow 0 – 1 Bellshill Athletic
Dunbar United 4 – 4 Penicuik Athletic
Port Glasgow 7 – 1 East End
Sunnybank 2 – 2 Lossiemouth United
Fochabers 4 – 91 Larkhall Thistle
Troon 0 – 4 Kilwinning Rangers
Bo'ness United 5 – 2 Whitletts Victoria
Colony Park 1 – 6 Fauldhouse United
Fraserburgh United 1 – 4 Lochgelly Albert
Arbroath Victoria 1 – 4 Kelty Hearts
Tayport 1 – 0 West Calder United
Broughty Athletic 0 – 3 Armadale Thistle
Harthill Royal 0 – 8 Whitburn
Cambuslang Rangers 0 – 6 Pollok
Kirkcaldy YM 2 – 6 Thorniewood United
Bishopmill United 2 – 7 Longside
Home team  Score  Away team
FC Stoneywood 4 – 2 Tranent Juniors
Glasgow Perthshire 0 – 2 Petershill
St. Roch's 0 – 6 Jeanfield Swifts
St Andrews United 3 – 2 Spartans
Vale of Clyde 0 – 2 Ashfield
Newmachar United 0 – 1 Lugar Boswell Thistle
Oakley United 7 – 3 Darvel
Blantyre Victoria 1 – 1 Lochee United
Renfrew 2 – 0 Lewis United
Burghead Thistle 2 – 0 Maybole
Buckie Rovers 3 – 0 New Elgin
Beith Juniors 8 – 0 Bankfoot Athletic
Newmains United 2 – 12 East Craigie
Craigmark Burntonians 1 – 3 St. Anthony's
Kello Rovers 1 – 7 Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Lochore Welfare 2 – 0 Newburgh
Bathgate Thistle 0 – 4 Clydebank

1 Tie played at New Elgin F.C.
2 Tie played at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Lochee United 2 – 0 Blantyre Victoria
Lossiemouth United 3 – 1 Sunnybank
Penicuik Athletic 3 – 1 Dunbar United

Second round[edit]

The second round draw took place at the Shotts Bon Accord Social Club, Shotts on 30 September 2012.[6]

Home team  Score  Away team
Bo'ness United 11 – 1 Portgordon Victoria
Musselburgh Athletic 5 – 0 Bridge of Don Thistle
Glentanar 3 – 6 Blackburn United
Culter 4 – 0 Thornton Hibs
Kilsyth Rangers 2 – 1 Irvine Victoria
Whitburn 1 – 6 Newtongrange Star
Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 4 – 1 Maud
Ellon United 1 – 2 East Kilbride Thistle
Steelend Victoria 3 – 0 Lossiemouth United
Kelty Hearts 4 – 0 Renfrew
Rossvale 0 – 2 Ardeer Thistle
Kirriemuir Thistle 4 – 2 Banks O' Dee
Edinburgh United 3 – 0 Scone Thistle
Carnoustie Panmure 0 – 2 Dundonald Bluebell
Blairgowrie 5 – 1 Nairn St. Ninian
Fauldhouse United 8 – 0 Lochee Harp
Lugar Boswell Thistle 1 – 3 Yoker Athletic
Inverness City 3 – 23 Downfield
Bellshill Athletic 2 – 0 Largs Thistle
Arthurlie 2 – 1 Broxburn Athletic
Hurlford United 1 – 3 Rutherglen Glencairn
Deveronside 3 – 1 Lochore Welfare
Girvan 0 – 3 Penicuik Athletic
Jeanfield Swifts 0 – 0 Port Glasgow
Ashfield 3 – 0 Arniston Rangers
Dundee Violet 5 – 3 Kilbirnie Ladeside
Dyce Juniors 1 – 0 Hill of Beath Hawthorn
Carluke Rovers 1 – 1 Kinnoull
Lanark United 0 – 3 Forth Wanderers
Lochgelly Albert 0 – 2 Johnstone Burgh
Ballingry Rovers 0 – 0 Sauchie Juniors
RAF Lossiemouth 0 – 13 Camelon Juniors
Home team  Score  Away team
Forfar West End 2 – 1 Buckie Rovers
Glenrothes 1 – 1 Benburb
Buchanhaven Hearts 2 – 1 FC Stoneywood
Ardrossan Winton Rovers 0 – 9 Linlithgow Rose
Lochee United 4 – 1 Kilwinning Rangers
Thorniewood United 4 – 1 Dundee North End
Royal Albert 2 – 4 Montrose Roselea
Glenafton Athletic 3 – 2 Clydebank
Shettleston 4 – 1 Cruden Bay
Greenock Juniors 6 – 1 Forres Thistle
Pumpherston 3 – 2 Whitehills
Falkirk Juniors 1 – 4 Hermes
Cumnock Juniors 5 – 0 Larkhall Thistle
Oakley United 3 – 1 Stonehaven
Dunipace Juniors 0 – 0 Livingston United
Brechin Victoria 1 – 2 Coupar Angus
Armadale Thistle 2 – 1 Hall Russell United
Longside 1 – 1 St. Anthony's
Vale of Leven 0 – 2 Irvine Meadow
Haddington Athletic 0 – 4 Shotts Bon Accord
Islavale 4 – 0 Luncarty
Tayport 1 – 0 Annbank United
Dalry Thistle 0 – 4 Cumbernauld United
Burghead Thistle 1 – 11 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy
Parkvale 1 – 2 St Andrews United
Forfar Albion 1 – 5 Saltcoats Victoria
Pollok 2 – 1 Neilston Juniors
Auchinleck Talbot 6 – 1 Dalkeith Thistle
Banchory St. Ternan 4 – 5 Rosyth
Stoneyburn 1 – 1 Maryhill
Petershill 3 – 0 Newmains United
Wishaw 1 – 4 Beith Juniors

3 Tie played at Nairn St. Ninian F.C.

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Port Glasgow 1 – 6 Jeanfield Swifts
Kinnoull 1 – 0 Carluke Rovers
Sauchie Juniors 2 – 1 Ballingry Rovers
St. Anthony's 3 – 1 Longside
Benburb 4 – 2 Glenrothes
Livingston United 2 – 1 Dunipace Juniors
Maryhill 1 – 0 Stoneyburn

Third round[edit]

The third round draw took place at the offices of the Sun newspaper, Glasgow, on 6 November 2012.[7]

Home team  Score  Away team
Armadale Thistle 2 – 5 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy
Rosyth 4 – 0 Brechin Victoria
Kelty Hearts 2 – 14 Penicuik Athletic
Benburb 4 – 2 Saltcoats Victoria
Camelon Juniors 3 – 3 Thorniewood United
Greenock Juniors 2 – 4 Shotts Bon Accord
Dundonald Bluebell 2 – 1 Oakley United
Cumnock Juniors 6 – 0 Islavale
Johnstone Burgh 7 – 1 Buchanhaven Hearts
Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 3 – 6 Petershill
Beith Juniors 2 – 1 Sauchie Juniors
Montrose Roselea 3 – 1 Maryhill
Shettleston 3 – 1 Tayport
Dyce Juniors 1 – 6 Lochee United
Linlithgow Rose 3 – 1 Fauldhouse United
Glenafton Athletic 0 – 1 Pollok
Home team  Score  Away team
Pumpherston 4 – 3 Inverness City
Cumbernauld United 0 – 0 Forfar West End
Culter 7 – 2 Edinburgh United
Ashfield 0 – 1 Ardeer Thistle
Dundee Violet 5 – 0 Livingston United
St. Anthony's 1 – 4 Irvine Meadow
St Andrews United 0 – 3 Jeanfield Swifts
Musselburgh Athletic 4 – 0 Bellshill Athletic
Yoker Athletic 2 – 1 Forth Wanderers
Hermes 1 – 2 Bo'ness United
Newtongrange Star 0 – 1 Auchinleck Talbot
Steelend Victoria 1 – 65 Arthurlie
Deveronside 0 – 6 Rutherglen Glencairn
Kirriemuir Thistle 1 – 4 Kilsyth Rangers
East Kilbride Thistle 0 – 46 Kinnoull
Blackburn United 3 – 2 Blairgowrie

4 Tie played at Oakley United F.C.
5 Tie played at Arthurlie F.C.
6 Tie played at Kinnoull F.C.

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Thorniewood United 2 – 37 Camelon Juniors
Forfar West End 1 – 48 Cumbernauld United

7 Tie played at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility
8 Tie played at Forfar Athletic F.C.

Fourth round[edit]

The fourth round draw took place at the offices of the Evening Times newspaper, Glasgow, on 27 November 2012.[8]

Home team  Score  Away team
Blackburn United 0 – 1 Rutherglen Glencairn
Yoker Athletic 0 – 2 Camelon Juniors
Lochee United 1 – 0 Ardeer Thistle
Pollok 3 – 2 Beith Juniors
Irvine Meadow 2 – 2 Shettleston
Shotts Bon Accord 2 – 1 Benburb
Musselburgh Athletic 3 – 3 Pumpherston
Kelty Hearts 2 – 0 Cumbernauld United
Johnstone Burgh 0 – 2 Dundonald Bluebell
Auchinleck Talbot 7 – 0 Petershill
Arthurlie 2 – 4 Linlithgow Rose
Montrose Roselea 1 – 1 Jeanfield Swifts
Kinnoull 0 – 0 Kilsyth Rangers
Dundee Violet 1 – 1 Bo'ness United
Culter 4 – 5 Cumnock Juniors
Kirkintilloch Rob Roy 5 – 0 Rosyth

Replays[edit]

Home team  Score  Away team
Jeanfield Swifts 5 – 0 Montrose Roselea
Shettleston 0 – 1 Irvine Meadow
Pumpherston 3 – 0 Musselburgh Athletic
Kilsyth Rangers 4 – 1 Kinnoull
Bo'ness United 4 – 1 Dundee Violet

Fifth round[edit]

The fifth round draw took place on the Clyde 1 football phone-in show, on 7 February 2013.[9]

Home team  Score  Away team
Dundonald Bluebell 0 – 3 Camelon Juniors
Kirkintilloch Rob Roy 2 – 3 Bo'ness United
Lochee United 1 – 3 Auchinleck Talbot
Pollok 0 – 1 Shotts Bon Accord
Irvine Meadow 0 – 1 Cumnock Juniors
Rutherglen Glencairn 3 – 2 Pumpherston
Linlithgow Rose 3 – 1 Jeanfield Swifts
Kelty Hearts 2 – 0 Kilsyth Rangers

Quarter finals[edit]

The draw for the quarter finals took place on the Central 103.1 FM football phone-in show, on 26 February 2013.[10]

Home team  Score  Away team
Linlithgow Rose 4 – 1 Bo'ness United
Rutherglen Glencairn 3 – 1 Camelon Juniors
Cumnock Juniors 3 – 5 Shotts Bon Accord
Kelty Hearts 0 – 49 Auchinleck Talbot

9 Tie played at Ballingry Rovers F.C. [11]

Semi finals[edit]

The draw for the semi finals took place at Mar Hall, Erskine on 24 March 2013, at a training base of the Scotland national football team.[12]

First leg[edit]

13 April 2013
15:00
Auchinleck Talbot 1 – 1 Rutherglen Glencairn
Bryan Young Goal 6' Report Goal 84' (pen.) Mark McCarry
Beechwood Park, Auchinleck
Referee: Colin Steven

13 April 2013
14:00
Linlithgow Rose 3 – 1 Shotts Bon Accord
Tommy Coyne Goal 33'42'
Ruari MacLennan Goal 67'
Report Goal 34' Allan Mackenzie
Prestonfield, Linlithgow
Attendance: 1,425
Referee: Gavin Duncan

Second leg[edit]

20 April 2013
15:00
Rutherglen Glencairn 0 – 1
(aggregate 1 – 2)
Auchinleck Talbot
Goal 8' (o.g.) Brian Welsh
Clyde Gateway Stadium, Rutherglen
Attendance: 1,155
Referee: Alan Newlands

20 April 2013
14:00
Shotts Bon Accord 1 – 1
(aggregate 2 – 4)
Linlithgow Rose
Hugh Kerr Goal 82' Goal 52' (pen.) Tommy Coyne
Hannah Park, Shotts
Attendance: 1,011
Referee: Gavin Ross

Final[edit]

1 Andy Leishman
2 Willie Lyle
3 Gordon Pope
4 Craig Pettigrew
5 Martin McGoldrick
6 Colin Spence Substituted off 71'
7 Bryan Young
8 Steven White
9 Graham Wilson Substituted off 71'
10 Keir Milliken Substituted off 90'
11 James Latta
Substitutes:
12 David Gormley Substituted in 71'
14 Michael McCann Substituted in 90'
15 Kyle Faulds Substituted in 71'
16 Gavin Collins
17 Brian McGarrity
Manager:
Tommy Sloan
1 David Hay
2 Billy Gibson
3 Adam Nelson
4 Jamie McKenzie
5 John Ovenstone
6 Ruari MacLennan
7 Stuart McArthur
8 Andy Shirra Substituted off 74'
9 Gordon Herd Substituted off 57'
10 Tommy Coyne
11 Roddy MacLennan Substituted off 85'
Substitutes:
12 Mark Tyrrell Substituted in 74'
14 Colin Strickland Substituted in 57'
15 Calum Smith Substituted in 85'
16 Stephen Manson
18 David Scott
Manager:
Mark Bradley

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Junior clubs enter Scottish Cup". BBC Sport. 1 June 2007. Retrieved 12 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Scottish Junior Cup dates". Scottish Junior Football Association. 12 July 2012. Retrieved 12 July 2012. 
  4. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup". Scottish Junior Football Association. 15 August 2012. 
  5. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup". Scottish Junior Football Association. 22 August 2012. 
  6. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup- 2nd Round Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 23 September 2012. 
  7. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup 3rd Round Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 23 October 2012. 
  8. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup 4th Round Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 26 November 2012. 
  9. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup - 5th Round draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 1 February 2013. Retrieved 4 February 2013. 
  10. ^ Jim O'Donnell (27 February 2013). "Cumnock tie for Shotts in Scottish Cup". Evening Times. Retrieved 5 March 2013. 
  11. ^ "Cup tie venue switched". Scottish Junior Football Association. 1 April 2013. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  12. ^ "Emirates Junior Cup - Semi Final Draw". Scottish Junior Football Association. 24 March 2013. Retrieved 25 March 2013.