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1875 Scottish Cup Final

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1875 Scottish Cup Final
Event1874–75 Scottish Cup
Date10 April 1875
VenueHampden Park, Glasgow
RefereeA. Campbell (Clydesdale)
Attendance7,000
WeatherSunny
1874
1876

The 1875 Scottish Cup Final was the second final of the Scottish Cup and the final of the 1874–75 Scottish Cup, the most prestigious knockout football competition in Scotland. The match took place at Hampden Park on 10 April 1875 and was contested by Queen's Park and Renton.[1]

Queen's Park won the match 3–0 with goals from Angus MacKinnon, Thomas Highet and Billy MacKinnon.

Background

For defending champions Queen's Park, this was their second consecutive appearance in the final following the creation of the competition the previous season. Renton reached the final for the first time.

The teams had met in the Scottish Cup once before. In the 1873–74 semi-final, Queen's Park beat Renton 2–0 at Hampden Park on 13 December 1873.[2]

Route to the final

Both clubs entered the competition in the first round. Neither club won all its matches before the final at the first attempt. Queen's Park needed two replays in the semi-final to eliminate Clydesdale, the team they defeated in the previous final. Renton also required a replay at the semi-final stage to see off Dumbarton.

Queen's Park

Round Opposition Score
First round Western 1–0
Second round West End 7–0
Quarter-final Rovers w/o
Semi-final Clydesdale 0–0
Semi-final replay Clydesdale 2–2
Semi-final second replay Clydesdale 1–0

Defending champions Queen's Park reached the semi-finals with wins over fellow Glasgow clubs Western and West End at home before receiving a walkover in the quarter-finals against Rovers. This set up a replay of the 1874 final against Clydesdale. The first two matches finished in draws before Queens defeated their rivals 1–0 in a second replay at Kinning Park.[3]

Renton

Round Opposition Score
First round Blythswood w/o
Second round Helensburgh 2–0
Quarter-final Eastern 1–0
Semi-final Dumbarton 0–0
Semi-final replay Dumbarton 1–0

Renton had a similarly simple run to the semi-finals. After receiving a walkover against Blythswood on the first run, Renton defeated Helensburgh and Eastern at home. In the semi-finals, Renton face Dunbartonshire rivals Dumbarton who they eliminated 1–0 after a replay.[3]

Match

Report

Renton won the toss and elected to play with the slight breeze to their backs. In the first half, Queen's Park soaked up pressure from a Renton side who elected to play the ball long and tackle hard. Despite this, they were unable to breakdown Queen's Park who created chances for Jamie Weir, Harry McNeil and Tom Highet. However, referee A. Campbell ended the half with the game scoreless.[3][4]

After the interval, a change of ends saw the wind now in Renton's faces. Queen's Park were on the front foot but couldn't find a breakthrough and the spectators had to wait until the last 15 minutes for the three goals. Angus MacKinnon opened the scoring from a Weir corner before, five minutes later, McNeil ran forward and set up Highet for 2–0. Shortly before full time, Billy McKinnon sealed the win with a fine shot.[3][5]

Edinburgh newspaper The Scotsman reported after the game that the match was "an exceptionally rough one" with "charging which seems to be the speciality of the Renton men".[5]

Detail

Queen's Park3–0Renton
  • A. MacKinnon Goal 75'
  • Highet Goal 80'
  • B. MacKinnon Goal
[1][3][4][5][6]
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: A. Campbell (Clydesdale)
QUEEN'S PARK:
GK Scotland Robert W. Neill
FB Scotland Joseph Taylor (c)
FB Scotland James Phillips
HB Scotland Charles Campbell
HB Scotland John Dickson
FW Scotland Jerry Weir
FW Scotland Thomas Lawrie
FW Scotland Billy MacKinnon
FW Scotland Angus MacKinnon
FW Scotland Henry McNeil
FW Scotland Thomas Highet
RENTON:
GK Scotland Turnbull
FB Scotland McKay
FB Scotland J. Kennedy
HB Scotland Scallion
HB Scotland McGregor
FW Scotland McRae
FW Scotland Melville
FW Scotland J. Brown
FW Scotland M. Kennedy
FW Scotland Glen
FW Scotland L. Brown

References

  1. ^ a b "Scottish Cup Matches". Scottish Football Association. Retrieved 10 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Queen's Park 2 - 0 Renton, Scottish Cup (13/12/1873)". Fitbastats.com. Retrieved 26 March 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e Potter, David; Jones, Phil H. (2016). The History of the Scottish Cup: The Story of Every Season 1873–2016. Worthing: Pitch Publishing. p. 14-15. ISBN 978-1-78531-214-4.
  4. ^ a b "London Hearts Scottish Football Reports 10 April 1875 Page 01 of 03". London Hearts Supporters Club. Retrieved 20 May 2019.
  5. ^ a b c "London Hearts Scottish Football Reports 10 April 1875 Page 02 of 03". London Hearts Supporters Club. Retrieved 20 May 2019.
  6. ^ "Queen's Park 3 - 0 Renton, Scottish Cup (10/04/1875)". Fitbastats.com. Retrieved 20 May 2019.
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