Mixed fortunes for our clubs in the first series of matches in this straight knockout competition. No real shocks but a couple of good performances. Notably in our featured match, where Thornton Hibs who entertained 4 times junior cup winners Rutherglen Glencairn from the top WOSL at Bayview. Thomson scoring the only goal of the game, early in the first half.Been asked to give a special mention to Ryan Linton who done really well deputising for the injured Millar last half hour of the game as the MOTM was apparently awarded to McNab again. No not the one at the back sent off 5 minutes from the end but the one in the middle who had the enviable task if you get my drift. A real backs to the wall second half effort but a superb result in the end. Well done lads. Great effort too by Rosyth,who at one point looked to be pulling off the shock of the day but eventually succumbed at home to Camelon going down 5-3.Elsewhere there was an uninspiring 1-0 win for the Haws away at Glasgow University and a comfortable day for Kirkcaldy against the amateurs from Lockerbie who still managed to score 3 goals. Defeats for the rest of Fife’s contingent with Newburgh and Crossgates losing on the road to Blackburn 3-1 and Coldstream 2-0 respectively, Burntisland 4-1 at Bo’ness and Inverkeithing by 6 goals to 3 at Gartcairn. Kennoway lost 3-0 at Treaton Park to the bhoys from St Rochs. Glenrothes were beaten 5-1 at Starks Park to St Cadocs ( heard they were lucky not to concede 3 or 4 more) but the most embarrassing result for the second week running was at Langlands road where St Andrews exited the competition, (unless HRAU have fielded another ineligible player) after a 3-2 defeat.