Glasgow City 26-0 East Kilbride – Scottish Women’s Cup Second Round – Match Summary

city 26-0 east kilbride

The Scottish Women’s Cup holders Glasgow City progressed through to the Third Round with ease, beating SWFL Second Division Central side East Kilbride 26-0. The win saw City score their 2463rd goal in their history, since being formed in 1998.

City rested a few of their players with the midweek SWPL Cup Final in mind, and gave debuts to Hannah Coakley and Aimiee Docherty, but their lineup still included Scottish international players like Leanne Ross, Erin Cuthbert and Hayley Lauder.

It took a matter of second for City to open the scoring through Leanne Ross before Savannah McCarthy made it 2-0, three minutes later. Ross scored her second, before Brogan Hay scored twice in quick succession.

Ross completed her hat-trick, before Hayley Lauder and Sarah Crilly made it 8-0.

Leanne Ross scored her fourth and then McCarthy scored her second, making it 10-0 when the East Kilbride keeper had to go off injured.

Crilly made it 11-0 before Ross scored her fifth goal. Recent Scottish international debutnant Erin Cuthbert made it 13-0, scoring City’s 2,450th goal.

Leanne Ross completed her second hat-trick, before Kodie Hay gave City a 15-0 lead at half-time.

Early in the second half, Hannah Coakley marked her debut with two goals, before Cuthbert completed her hat-trick to make it 19-0.

Leanne Ross got her seventh, before an East Kilbride own-goal made it 21-0.

Brogan Hay completed her hat-trick with a long-range shot before Ross scored her eighth.

Cuthbert scored her fourth goal to make it 24-0, and then Ross completed her third hat-trick.

Sarah Crilly then scored her third to make it 26-0 at full-time.

Glasgow City’s captain Leanne Ross’ nine goal means she is now the club’s top scorer in the Scottish Women’s Cup (with 32) and is now just three behind Suzanne Lappin’s club-record of 231.

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