Late show for holders

EMIRATES Scottish Junior Cup holders Shotts Bon Accord scraped into the last 16 after a late own goal secured their 2-1 defeat of Benburb.

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The visiting Bens took the lead after ten minutes when Mark Davis netted a long range strike for a 1-0 lead the Govan battlers held until the 79th minute when Mark Sideserf levelled matters with a back-post header.

A suitably buoyed Shotts then pushed on to force Bens stopper Colin McInnes to send an attempted headed clearance straight into his own net deep into stoppage-time.

Meanwhile, Rob Roy beat Rosyth 4-0, with goals from Willie Easton, Roddy Hunter, Kieron McAleenan and Kevin Bradley sealing an emphatic victory.

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