Vale of Clyde vs. Pollok

Chris Duff opens for Lok in 26 minutes.

Into the second half and further goals from Callum Graham (50), David Brownlie (55) and Stuart McCann (58) have Lok in firm control.

The goals from Mark Donnelly:

The highlights from Mark Donnelly:

It’s a Glasgow Derby this weekend in the South of Scotland Challenge Cup, as Pollok travel to Tollcross to take on Vale of Clyde.

Last week, Pollok beat Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, 4-1, in Cumbernauld to keep the pressure on at the top of the WOSFL Premier Division table. Goal of the match has to go to goalkeeper, Jordan Longmuir.

At the same time, Vale of Clyde were beating Wishaw away, 4-1 also. They have scored 13 goals in the last 3 games, running into a bit of form. They currently sit 13th in Conference C, on 29 points, won 2, drawn 3 and lost 9.

The Tin Pail are one of the oldest teams around, formed in 1873. They won the Scottish Junior Cup three times, the last being in 1904, showing their early dominance at the Junior level. The last trophy they won was the Central League Div 1 title in 2005.

Colin Reilly took over from Mark Mackay in August and seems to have the team picking up some results in the last few weeks.

Pollok meanwhile are on a nine game unbeaten run and will be hoping to continue their fine form.

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