Cumbernauld Colts on Twitter
Cumbernauld Colts on Facebook
Cumbernauld Colts on Flickr
Cumbernauld Colts Community Site

www.cumbernauldcoltsfc.com     |     admin@cumbernauld-colts.com

Cumbernauld Colts - SLFL|Broadwood Stadium|1 Ardgoil Drive, Cumbernauld, G68 9NE


 GK1Ronan Fallens   
 RB2Richard Kirwan   
Off87LB3Jeff Fergus   
 CB4Stephen Kerr   
 CB5Scott Davidson 2 Yellow CardRed Card
 CM6Jordan Marshall   
Off83RWB7Craig Holmes   
 CM8Gavin Lachlan   
 CF9Sean BrownScorerx2Yellow Card 
 CM10Craig MurrayScorer  
Off61LWB11Connor McMullan   
On61 12Conor McKenzie   
  13Harry Purves   
On87 14Lewis Wilson   
On83 15Paul Nash (u20)    
  16Fraser Sheridan   
  17Liam Running   
  18   

13/05/2018  |  League Cup

Selkirk FC   1  v  3  Cumbernauld Colts

Cumbernauld Colts lifted the Ferrari Packaging Scottish Lowland League Cup in only their 3rd season in the professional ranks after coming from behind and having to play for 50 minutes with 10 men.

A brace from top scorer Sean Brown and one from Murray ensured that the silverware returned to Broadwood, a result which was unimaginable after just 40 minutes when defender Davidson was sent packing for a second yellow card and already being a goal down..

The game took place at the home of Gala Fairydean Rovers which provided a slight advantage to the opposition with Selkirk being near neighbours and this may go some way to explaining a sluggish start by the Cumbernauld side. Selkirk enjoyed the majority of possession in the opening 20 minutes and received their just rewards when midfielder Banjo netted after some confusion in the Colts defence following a corner.

This provoked an immediate response by the Colts with Brown striking the post and then coming close with a back post header which ruffled the side netting. Piling on the pressure it appeared as if Colts had equalised in the 38th minute when the ball crossed the line but the Cumbernauld supporters’ joy was short lived when they realised that the ref had disallowed the “goal” after adjudging that Scott Davidson, in a Joe Jordan style, had used his hand to force the ball over. Davidson received his second yellow card for this offense and promptly received his marching orders.
The Colts played out the remainder of the first half with 10 men and managed to get into the dressing room without conceding further.

The second half began with the Colts looking to get themselves back in the game and they enjoyed a fair bit of possession as the Borders side looked content to sit on their lead. A couple of decent crosses into the Selkirk box came to nothing however and this prompted a substitution on the 60th minute when McKenzie replaced McMullan for the New Town side. This had the desired effect and on the 70th minute Brown found himself one on one with the Selkirk keeper, after latching on to a through ball by Holmes, and calmly slotted the ball home to level the match.

Selkirk responded immediately and spurned a couple of opportunities in front of the Colts’ goal whilst a shot from distance was also dealt with by keeper Fallens when he got down low to parry the ball away to safety.

The Selkirk pressure meant that they were vulnerable to the counter attack and on the 82nd minute substitute McKenzie found himself bearing down on the Selkirk goal only to find his angled drive being parried by the Selkirk keeper who was then helpless to do anything about Murray’s pass into the net from the loose ball. Colts then bravely replaced Holmes with another forward in the shape of under 20s graduate Paul Nash and the introduction of another pair of fresh legs proved to be decisive in the 86th minute when Brown, once again, found himself one on one with the keeper this time slotting the ball through his legs to put the tie to bed with his second and Colts’ 3rd goal of the game. Brown was then booked for removing his jersey in the resultant celebration but considering the circumstances I’m sure the Colts’ managers will be forgiving!

The Colts were not finished however and Nash brought out a terrific save by the Selkirk keeper when he found himself one on one less than a minute later. Colts then made their final substitution when they replaced another under 20s graduate, Jeff Fergus with like for like defender Lewis Wilson who helped the visitors see out the game and lift the cup.

A truly memorable day for this young Cumbernauld side and indeed the town as a whole which sees it’s first major piece of silverware return to Broadwood where over 500 community club players are waiting to celebrate the success.

Most Recent SLFL Under 20 Result

 
Date Competition Result Yellows Reds Match Report
25/08/2017 League Cup Cumbernauld Colts  1  v   2  Lothian Thistle HV Yellow Card x 0 Red Card x 0No Report

NEW! - Colts Club Shop

 
Cumbernauld Colts Club Shop
 

Looking for the perfect Christmas or Birthday gift for the Colts player, volunteer or fan in your life?

 

On our new club shop, with our official partners RJM sports and Uhlsport, you can grab official Colts gear and merchandise. Keep checking back, new merchandise added regularly

 

Visit Shop

 

Upcoming Fixtures

 
TeamDateKOCompetitionOpponentVenueStatus
No Upcoming Fixtures

Alex Miller - Club Photographer

Alex follows the Colts home and away, providing a fantastic in pictures account that captures the highs, lows and everything in between in the clubs emerging life in Scottish Senior football


Though it sometimes takes us a little longer to get them uploaded than we would like after Alex makes them available (apologies Alex!), their quality warrants a section on the homepage to publicise the life in photos of Cumbernauld Colts Lowland League side as captured by Alex.


All photos are uploaded to Flickr with the gallery to the left starting with the latest and working backwards. You can view the entire stream and all Albums via the link below or just hit play, make it fullscreen and let it cycle through the collection. Enjoy!


© Alex Miller, All Rights Reserved


Cumbernauld Colts on Flickr

Click to see all the Colts Albums/Pictures on Flickr

Latest Club News (click to view)

 
Team Photo
16/05/2018

League Cup Winners

Team Photo
30/03/2018

League Cup Draw

Team Photo
18/03/2018

Loan Signings

Team Photo
18/03/2018

League Fixture Amendment

Team Photo
03/03/2018

SLFL Revised Fixtures

Team Photo
14/02/2018

Loan Signing

Upcoming Club Events (click to view)

 
Team Photo
13/05/2020

League Cup Final

Team Photo
05/05/2018

League Cup - Semi-Final

Team Photo
27/04/2018

League Cup - 2nd Rd

Team Photo
18/04/2018

Cup 1/4 Final - Vale of Leithen - Home

Team Photo
07/04/2018

Dalbeattie - Home

Team Photo
31/03/2018

Gretna 2008 - Home