First RoundGlasgow and SuburbsSep12 3-1 Cambridge v Southern Athletic protestedSep26 1-2 Southern Athletic v CambridgeSep12 1-0 Clyde v RangersSep12 3-1 Whitefield v Dennistoun Athleticw/o Glasgow University YMCA AC v Eastern scrw/o Pollockshields Athletic v Partick scrSep12 9-1 3rd L.R.V. v ShawlandsSep12 11-0 Thistle (Glasgow) v* WestbourneSep12 0-2 Battlefield v Cowlairs at Kinning Parkw/o St Andrew's (Pollockshields) v 10th Lanarkshire R.V. scrAug29 16-0 Queen's Park v St Peter'sSep12 11-0 Partick Thistle v* GrantonSep12 4-1 Northern v* Linthousebye PilgrimsRenfrewshireSep12 5-1 Johnstone v Greenock Rangers G. walked off in the 2nd halfSep12 2-3 Mearns Athletic v WoodvaleSep19 2-0 Abercorn v St MirrenSep12 2-1 Cartvale v Greenock Mortonw/o Arthurlie v Olympic scrSep12 1-0 Renfrew v Greenock NorthernSep12 1-11 Greenock Southern v NeilstonSep12 4-1 Port Glasgow Athletic v 1st Renfrewshire R.V.Sep12 2-2 Paisley Hibernian v ThornliebankSep19 2-0 Thornliebank v Paisley HibernianAyrshireSep12 7-0 Ayr v MayboleSep12 4-1 Lanemark v Monkcastle protestedSep26 2-0 Monkcastle v LanemarkSep12 0-8 Ayr Rovers v DalrySep12 5-1 Hurlford v CumnockSep12 7-1 Kilmarnock v AnnbankSep12 2-3 Mauchline v Lugar BoswellDumbartonshireSep12 1-1 Lenzie v BonhillSep19 6-0 Bonhill v LenzieSep19 3-1 Dumbarton v Vale of Leven WanderersSep12 4-4 Albion v JamestownSep19 0-1 Jamestown v Albionw/o Vale of Leven v Dunbritton scrscr Levendale v Rock w/oSep12 5-1 Yoker v Union (Dumbarton) protestedSep26 1-0 Union (Dumbarton) v YokerSep12 0-14 Kirkintilloch Athletic v RentonSep12 - Helensburgh v Dumbarton Athletic protested - goal post heightSep26 2-3 Helensburgh v Dumbarton AthleticEdinburghshirew/o West Calder v Newcastleton scrSep05 9-0 Hibernian v* EdinaSep12 1-1 Broxburn Shamrock v Bo'nessSep19 5-1 Bo'ness v Broxburn ShamrockSep12 6-2 Norton Park v GlencairnSep12 5-2 Heart of Midlothian v St Bernard's protestedSep26 1-0 Heart of Midlothian v St Bernard'sStirlingshireSep12 6-1 East Stirlingshire v CampsieSep12 1-3 Camelon v FalkirkSep12 3-1 King's Park v Avondale (Campsie)Sep12 2-2 Grasshoppers v* GrahamstonSep19 2-4 Grahamston v GrasshoppersSep12 4-2 Dunipace v Campsie Centralbye Alloa AthleticLanarkshireSep12 6-8 Alpha v Cambuslang HibernianSep12 2-4 Clydesdale (Lanarkshire) v Tollcrossw/o Hamilton Academical v West Benhar scrSep12 0-2 Rutherglen v Wishaw SwiftsSep12 1-7 Shettleston v CambuslangSep26 4-2 Airdrieonians v Royal AlbertSep12 6-2 Albion Rovers v Drumpellierbye DykeheadNorthern CountiesSep12 3-1 Forfar Athletic v AngusSep12 35-0 Harp (Dundee) v Aberdeen RoversSep05 7-0 Strathmore (Arbroath) v* AberdeenSep12 3-3 West End (Dundee) v BroughtySep19 3-3 Broughty v West End (Dundee) both qualifiedSep12 3-3 East End v Strathmore (Dundee)Sep19 1-4 Strathmore (Dundee) v East EndSep12 4-2 Our Boys (Dundee) v* Coupar AngusFifeshire and PerthshireSep12 9-1 Vale of Teith v Obanw/o Cowdenbeath v Aberfeldy Breadalbane scrw/o Dunblane v Dunfermline scrSep12 0-7 Crieff v Dunfermline AthleticSouthern CountiesSep12 4-0 5th K.R.V. v Vale of Nithw/o Thornhill v Moffat scrbye Q.O.S. WanderersSecond RoundGlasgow and SuburbsOct03 1-0 Queen's Park v PilgrimsOct03 3-2 Cowlairs v Pollockshields AthleticOct03 2-3 Clyde v Thistle (Glasgow)Oct03 6-0 St Andrew's (Pollockshields) v CambridgeOct03 7-2 Northern v WhitefieldOct03 1-8 Glasgow University YMCA AC v 3rd L.R.V.bye Partick ThistleRenfrewshireOct03 0-3 Renfrew v AbercornOct03 1-2 Johnstone v ThornliebankOct03 2-0 Arthurlie v WoodvaleOct03 1-1 Port Glasgow Athletic v NeilstonOct10 0-2 Neilston v Port Glasgow Athleticbye CartvaleAyrshireOct03 2-4 Monkcastle v AyrOct03 6-2 Dalry v Lugar BoswellOct03 3-4 Kilmarnock v Hurlford protestedOct17 1-1 Kilmarnock v HurlfordOct24 - Kilmarnock v Hurlford K. failed to appearOct31 1-1 Hurlford v Kilmarnock at Springvale Park abandoned 80min crowdNov07 2-2 Hurlford v Kilmarnock a.e.t. 2-2Nov14 1-5 Kilmarnock v Hurlford at Rugby ParkDumbartonshireOct03 7-0 Dumbarton v Union (Dumbarton)Oct03 2-7 Dumbarton Athletic v Rentonscr Rock v Albion w/oOct03 10-0 Vale of Leven v BonhillEdinburghshireOct03 7-1 Bo'ness v Norton ParkOct03 2-1 Hibernian v Heart of Midlothianbye West CalderStirlingshireOct03 1-6 Grasshoppers v East StirlingshireOct03 7-1 King's Park v DunipaceOct03 0-4 Falkirk v Alloa AthleticLanarkshireOct03 2-2 Albion Rovers v Wishaw SwiftsOct10 5-0 Wishaw Swifts v Albion RoversOct03 15-2 Airdrieonians v Cambuslang HibernianOct03 scr Hamilton Academical v Cambuslang w/oOct03 3-1 Dykehead v Tollcross D. disqualifiedNorthern CountiesOct03 4-5 West End (Dundee) v Strathmore (Arbroath)Oct03 9-1 Arbroath v Forfar AthleticOct03 4-1 Harp (Dundee) v Our Boys (Dundee)Oct03 2-2 East End v BroughtyOct10 3-8 Broughty v East End protestedOct17 1-2 Broughty v East EndFifeshire and Perthshirew/o Vale of Teith v Cowdenbeath scrOct03 10-0 Dunblane v Dunfermline AthleticSouthern CountiesOct03 3-1 5th K.R.V. v Q.O.S. Wanderers protestedOct17 4-3 Q.O.S. Wanderers v 5th K.R.V.bye ThornhillThird RoundGlasgow and Suburbs, Dumbartonshire and StirlingshireOct24 0-12 Alloa Athletic v Partick ThistleOct24 2-1 Cowlairs v NorthernOct24 0-3 East Stirlingshire v Queen's ParkOct24 3-0 Dumbarton v Thistle (Glasgow)Oct31 11-0 3rd L.R.V. v St Andrew's (Pollockshields)Oct24 0-1 Albion v Rentonw/o Vale of Leven v King's Park scrRenfrewshire and AyrshireOct24 1-1 Cartvale v Port Glasgow AthleticOct31 4-2 Port Glasgow Athletic v CartvaleNov21 5-0 Arthurlie v HurlfordOct24 1-6 Dalry v AyrOct24 1-5 Thornliebank v AbercornLanarkshire and EdinburghshireOct24 3-0 Wishaw Swifts v West CalderOct24 6-0 Hibernian v Bo'nessOct24 8-2 Airdrieonians v Tollcrossbye CambuslangNorthern Counties, Fifeshire and PerthshireOct24 3-1 Strathmore (Arbroath) v DunblaneOct24 7-1 Arbroath v East EndOct24 8-1 Harp (Dundee) v Vale of TeithSouthern CountiesOct24 8-0 Q.O.S. Wanderers v ThornhillFourth RoundNov14 3-0 Dumbarton v Partick ThistleNov28 1-3 Q.O.S. Wanderers v ArthurlieNov14 9-0 Cambuslang v Wishaw SwiftsNov14 5-3 Hibernian v ArbroathNov14 4-0 Renton v CowlairsNov14 1-0 Queen's Park v AirdrieoniansNov14 3-2 3rd L.R.V. v Ayr protestedNov28 3-3 Ayr v 3rd L.R.V.Dec05 5-1 3rd L.R.V. v AyrNov14 7-2 Abercorn v Strathmore (Arbroath)Nov14 6-0 Vale of Leven v Harp (Dundee)bye Port Glasgow AthleticFifth RoundDec05 2-2 Renton v Vale of LevenDec12 0-3 Vale of Leven v RentonDec12 1-1 3rd L.R.V. v Port Glasgow AthleticDec19 1-1 Port Glasgow Athletic v 3rd L.R.V.Dec26 4-1 3rd L.R.V. v Port Glasgow Athletic at Cathkin ParkDec05 1-2 Arthurlie v Queen's ParkDec05 0-1 Abercorn v CambuslangDec05 2-2 Dumbarton v HibernianDec12 4-3 Hibernian v DumbartonSixth RoundJan16 3-2 Hibernian v Cambuslangbye 3rd L.R.V., Renton, Queen's ParkSemi-finalsJan23 0-2 Hibernian v Renton at Easter RoadJan16 0-4 3rd L.R.V. v Queen's Park at Cathkin Park abandoned just after half-timeFinalFeb13 3-1 Queen's Park v Renton at Cathkin Park
Arbroath 36-0 Bon Accord
The fixture of these Clubs in the first round of the Scottish Cup ties was played off on Saturday afternoon. The ballot gave the Bon-Accord the selection of ground, but they chose to come to Gayfield. The weather was unpleasant, and as a consequence the turn-out of spectators was not particularly large. At half-past three the teams faced each other - the maroons looking towards the west goal. The Aberdonians kicked off, and almost at once the ball was in their territory. A short scrimmage sent the leather out, but on being thrown in it was sent towards the strangers' goal, and Crawford administered the finishing kick, which secured the first point. This was the beginning of a one-sided game. The maroons, working in fine form, had everything their own way - the defence play of the Bon-Accord being unworthy of that name. Goal after goal was notched, and at half time the score stood - Arbroath, 15; Bon-Accord, 0. Things looked no brighter for the strangers in the second half, all the action being practically in the vicinity of their goal posts, and when the whistle blew time the game stood thus - Arbroath, 36; Bon-Accord, 0.
Forty goals in all were scored, but four were disallowed by the referee for offside. Only once during the game did the colours of the maroons seem in danger of being lowered, but Collie saved. The play of the Aberdeen team all through, as can be imagined, was most mediocre, and as regards the individual work there was next to nothing worthy the least praise. The goals were taken as follows:- Petrie, 13; Munro, 7; Robertson, 6; Crawford, 6; Marshall, 2; Tackett, 2. The Arbroath team were:- Milne, goal; Salmond and Collie, backs; Milne and Rennie, half-backs; Robertson, Crawford, Petrie, Marshall, Tackett, and Munro, forwards. Milne the half-back, was captain for the day. It is believed that the score piled up by the maroons is unequalled in the annals of football.
Milne the active goalkeeper of the Arbroath, neither touched the ball with hand or foot during the match, but remained under the friendly shelter of an umbrella the whole time.