Watsonians face Western Wildcats in Scottish women's hockey Cup Final

Watsonians remained on coarse for a glory treble with a comfortable 5-1 win over Clydesdale Western in their Scottish Cup semi-final at Glasgow's National Hockey Centre.
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The newly-crowned Premiership champions did not take long to hit the net, Sarah Jamieson scoring on a counter-attack and the in-form Edinburgh side made it 2-0 when Genevieve Hussell scored with a deflection following a penalty corner.

Keith Smith's side continued to press and Clydesdale goalkeeper Cara McAllister was forced to make a quality stop from a Jamieson shot to prevent the Capital combine going 3-0 ahead.

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Watsonians kept pushing forward and were rewarded with another goal and it was Katie Stott's who netted at the near post after a solo run.

Watsonians women celebrate their Premiership success.Watsonians women celebrate their Premiership success.
Watsonians women celebrate their Premiership success.

Jamieson made it 4-0 for the East of Scotland club before Katherine Holdgate added a fifth but Clydesdale scored their consolation in the final quarter through Annabel Ballantyne.

The Edinburgh side will play Western Wildcats in the final after they edged Uddingston 1-0 in their semi-final, squeezing through thanks to a goal from Alex Stuart in the final quarter.