3rd Round Scottish Cup Football Match - Heart of Midlothian beat Queen of the South 3-1.
Special for Scotland - Palmerston Park Stadium, Dumfries.
Heart of Midlothian beat Queen of the South in 3rd round Scottish Cup (Scottish special)
SV. Aird, captain of QOS tosses for Parker, Hearts, to call. Aird wins. LV. Crowd cheering. LV. Hearts dark jerseys kick-off play develops down right wing. Bauld receives, beats Binning, centres but QOS intercept and clear. MV. Hearts collect and attack again down right wing through Rutherford. Rutherford centres cleared at second attempt. Crowd shot. SV. Whittle and Aird in duel for ball, Binning comes to rescue and clears. SV. Oakes collects and shoots at goal. Brown easily saves. SV. Bauld beats three QOS defenders and passes to Laing, who loses ball by quick tackle, and QOS clear lines. SV. Crowd. LV. Another Hearts attack. Rutherford collects and centres; Whittle runs up and tries snapshot which forces Henderson to dive. STV. Crowd. LV. Hearts attacking. SV. Conn races through goalkeeper Henderson runs out (Conn falls over him and ball goes behind.) SV. Crowd. LV. Conn to Whittle, Whittle shoots past advancing goalie. SV. Crowd. SV. Hearts second goal; ball coming over from corner, Henderson misses ball, out to Rutherford, Rutherford first-times it back and in scramble Glidden scores. SV. Crowd.
(HALF TIME) LV. QOS attacking. SV. Houliston chases ball, but McKenzie concedes corner. STV. Crowd. MV. Brown saves header from corner kick, clears. LV. Hearts attack. SV. Henderson collects centre and clears. SV. QOS attack scramble in goal, ball back to Oakes who shoots, and scores. LV. Ball picked out of net. SV. Crowd. LV. QOS attacking but Brown collects and sends Hearts away, nice approach movement - ball out to Conn. LV. Conn scores, pan to crowd. (Orig.Rota.Lav.) (Orig."B")
Note: File does not contain any information on footballers apart from their surnames hand-written by the camera crew - possibility of incorrectly spelled surnames. Two different spellings of the name Lang (Laing) were used.