Cup victory for Campsie Black Watch under-19s

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Campsie Black Watch YFC U19s had something to shout about on Friday night when they won 5-0 against Vale of Clyde U19s to life the Regional Cup Final.

The game was held at Ochilview, home of Stenhousemuir FC, and tribute has been paid to the fans who made the journey.

Watch went ahead in the first half with a wonder strike from McKenna, who collected the ball with his back to goal 40 yards out, turned and blasted the ball home from 35 yards.

Black Watch went 2-0 up in the 50th minute. McKenna made a run in behind the Vale defence and was given an inch-perfect pass from Docherty – nipping in front of the keeper to tap home from close range.

The game was put beyond the Glasgow team when Watch were awarded a penalty for hand ball on 70 minutes and Graham stepped up to send the keeper the wrong way and give his team a three-goal lead.

With three minutes left, Clougherty was later put clean through on goal and the big striker made no mistake as he calmly slotted the ball home from 12 yards to make it 4-0.

Then a minute later the tenacious Richardson blocked a defensive clearance from a Vale defender – the ball broke to Clougherty and he put the ball into the top corner of the net to make the score 5-0 and young Watch the 2012 Central Regional Champions.

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