SSE Scottish Cup 2nd Round
Ties played 17th June
1: Dee Ladies 0 v 12 Renfew
2: Celtic 3 v 0 Cove Rangers
3: Motherwell FC 8 v 1 Cumbernauld Colts
4: East Fife 2 v 1 Westerlands
5: Hamilton Academical 3 v 1 Rangers *AET
6: Forfar Farmington 0 v 3 Glasgow City FC
7: EUHV 7 v 0 Hawick United
8: Stirling University 4 v 1 FC Kilmarnock
9: Edinburgh Caledonia 6 v 4 Queen's Park
10: Thistle Weir 0 v 7 Hibernian
11: Dundee City 1 v 4 Kelty Hearts CC
12: Glasgow Girls 1 v 5 Hearts
13: Inverness City 1 v 5 Spartans
14: Aberdeen FC 3 v 0 Bishopton FC
15: Dunfermline Athletic 3 v 6 St Johnstone
16: Blackburn United 0 v 3 Dundee United
*Cove Rangers withdraw
*Blackburn United withdrawn
Hibernian Ladies: Player of the Match was awarded to Cailin Michie
Cailin said: "Our most successful phases of the game were when we switched the ball quickly from side to side because Thistle Weir were doing well to shut off the centre of the pitch. I enjoyed getting forward a lot in the game thanks to the movement of Amy and Jamie-Lee in front of me and this opened up the space for me to get shots away and score my goal too. We are pleased to come away with a positive performance".
Cailin Michie Hibernian Ladies No 8
Hibernian Ladies Head Coach Grant Scott said:
"We're delighted to be in the draw for the next round. It was a challenge for the players today, with Thistle playing very defensively it was hard to break them down. Credit to Thistle, I thought they were very disciplined in their shape and closed off lots of gaps.
Second half, the players showed a better intensity to their play and got the reward they deserved with some quick goals and a more convincing half of football".
Westerlands Ladies: Player of the Match was awarded to "C" Fiona Duff
Dunfermline Athletic: Joint Players of the Match awarded to Alix Moodie & Jenna Sexton
Motherwell FC: Player of the Match: Suzanne Mulvey
St Johnstone WFC Manager Jason McCrindle said:
"The target before the game was to reach the next round of the SSE Scottish Women's Cup, once again making it into the last 16. We are happy that we have managed to achieve that.
There were both some personnel and tactical changes made in how we started, and it was really pleasing to see how well the girls did that came in and started for us.
We raced into a 3-0 lead early in the second half and I would have liked to see us manage the game better and even score a few more. However, a mix of not being able to do that and a battling Dunfermline side saw them peg us back to 3-3. We settled though, and the girls worked hard, showing real desire and togetherness and go another three well worked goals.
It's a busy week as we have another two away games in the league on Wednesday and Sunday, which will see us close out the first half of the season with five away games in a row. That said, we go into them on a very good run as we are now unbeaten in our last six games".
The draw for the 3rd round will be streamed LIVE on BBC Sport Scotland on 21 June 2018 time tbc