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1931–32 Scottish Cup

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1931–32 Scottish Cup

The 1931–32 Scottish Cup was the 54th staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Rangers who defeated Kilmarnock in the replayed final.

Fourth round

Team One Team Two Score
Rangers Motherwell 2–0
Clyde Hamilton Academicals 0–2[1]
Dunfermline Athletic Kilmarnock 1–3
Airdrieonians Partick Thistle 4–1


Kilmarnock3 – 2Airdrieonians
Attendance: 28,138


Rangers1 – 1Kilmarnock
Bob McPhail Bud Maxwell
Attendance: 112,000


Rangers team

Rangers- Tom Hamilton, Dougie Gray, Robert McCaulay, Davie Meiklejohn, Jimmy Simpson, Brown, Sandy Archibald, Dr James Marshall, Sam English, Jimmy Fleming, Bob McPhail, Alan Morton Manager-Bill Struth (Replay-Jimmy Fleming replaced Morton)

Kilmarnock team

Kilmarnock- William Bell, Jimmy Leslie, Joe Nibloe, Hugh Morton, Tom Smith, Jock McEwan, Willie Connell, Jim Muir, James "Bud" Maxwell, James Duncan, Jock Aitken.

See also


  1. ^ "Accies in the Quarter Final". Hamilton Academical F.C. 3 March 2017. Retrieved 11 August 2018.
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