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1938-02-12: Celtic 5-0 Nithsdale Wanderers, Scottish Cup
|Match Pictures | Matches: 1937 - 1938 | 1938 Pictures|
- Frank Murphy and Joe Carruth do enough to take the bhoys to the next round.
- No major shocks in this round of the Scottish Cup where Rangers had the biggest home crowd of 50,000.
- The giant-killers of the last round, Edinburgh City and Dundee United were both dismissed in some style. The Edinburgh team losing 9-2 to Raith Rovers and their Dundee peers routed 5-0 by East Fife.
- In England the F.A. Cup ties broke records with 367,000 watching the eight ties.
- The world’s oldest steamship the Clyde-built paddle vessel Premier with 92 years’ service done is to be broken up in Weymouth where she has been in service for many years.
- The Oban based lighthouse steamer Hesperus has relieved the lighthouses of Skerrymore and Dubb Heartach, which have been marooned for a month by wild seas.
Kennaway, Hogg, Morrison, Geatons, Lyon, Paterson, Lynch, MacDonald, Carruth, Divers, Murphy.
Murphy, (2); Carruth, (2).
Richardson, McPhee, Copeland, Fair, Stevenson, Geddes, Wallace, Graham, Johnstone, McAdam, Sim.
Referee: R. G. Benzie (Irvine).
- Match Report (see end of page below)
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