Dec 7 2012 by Lizzie Smith, Kilmarnock Standard
Holders Hurlford Thistle were in four-midable form against their Aberdeen opponents Woodside to sail into the Scottish Cup fifth round.
A Keir Knapp overhead kick went narrowly wide for Thistle on three minutes.
But Thistle’s opener came three minutes later when Michael Mullen nodded home a Ryan Caddis cross.
An angled Mullen drive almost doubled the lead but went wide with the keeper beaten.
Thistle keeper Ryan Farrell pulled off a great save to stop Woodside equalising on 35 minutes.
Four minutes later, Mullen bagged his and Thistle’s second when Joe Gold fed Mason to cross.
With half-time looming, Mullen’s drive across the area was turned home by Knapp to make it 3-0.
After the break, Mason hit the bar, Quigley reacted first but his header also rebounded off the bar.
At the other end, Farrell got down well to save a free-kick.
Knapp and Mullen combined to set up Quigley whose shot went wide of the post. Quigley then turned provider setting up Hunter whose effort went wide.
With 16 minutes to go, Greig Gilroy angled a pass to Caddis who beat his marker before finding Quigley who side-footed home.
The visitors pulled a goal back on 85 minutes.
Evans had the ball in the Woodside net in the last minute but it was ruled offside.
The club want to thank Ian Boyd for sponsoring the match.