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Neil Middlemiss and Scott Hembrough compare tackle sizes before the game while Callum Howe turns away.

Neil Middlemiss and Scott Hembrough compare tackle sizes before the game while Callum Howe turns away.

Redhouse stumble to the finishing line with a win.

Neil Middlemiss and Scott Hembrough compare tackle sizes before the game while Callum Howe turns away.

Scott Dixon strode up confidently and stroked the penalty to score for Redhouse FC, early in the second half to settle the game for Redhouse FC. This was the third AGUK Challenge Cup game, and Redhouse FC retained the trophy. It was a controversial decision and definitely swung the game into Redhouse’s favour, as Sassco put up an excellent first half fight.

Dave Gourlay returns and is injured by Tommy Bell. He requests some water and gets a photo instead. Pearson and Borat attack the ball in a rare scramble in Sassco's goalmouth.

Sassco produced one of their most stubborn performances for many years, mainly down to Davinder Sangha taking the reigns in Michael Pearson’s absence. Privately, many players after the game said that Sangha’s grasp and knowledge of football is far superior to the incumbent Coach, Michael Pearson. One anonymous source, when asked If Sangha should usurp Mickey Pearson’s role said, “I naar that.”

Sassco were depleted. Muers had to call off before the game, while Mickey Oliver dropped the team in it again. Jack Wright was roped in and there were “debuts” for Callum Howe and Lee Ramsay.

A disappointing defeat, especially as Sassco were still in with a chance right until the death…

*This report is littered with inaccuracies, cynicism and downright lies as the scoreline could be wrong.