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Last Updated: Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 21:24 GMT 22:24 UK
Queen's Pk 0-0 Aberdeen (5-3 pen)
Queen's Park's players celebrate to leave the Dons in despair
Queen's Park's win left the Dons players shocked
Third Division amateurs Queen's Park stunned top-flight Aberdeen with a 5-3 penalty shoot-out win at Firhill in the CIS Insurance Cup second round.

The Spiders had held on to claim a goalless draw after 120 minutes of football at Partick Thistle's ground.

And Queen's were unfortunate to see Aberdeen goalkeeper Derek Soutar produce a fine second-half save from substitute Rob Bowers.

But striker Darren Mackie's penalty miss gave the Glasgow side victory.

Billy Stark's side had scored all of their penalties in unusual surroundings after having been forced to move the tie from their Hampden home because of a Rolling Stones concert.


Queen's Park: Cairns, Paton, Sinclair (Whelan 92), Agostini, Dunlop, Kettlewell, Weatherston (Bowers 79), Canning, Ferry, Dunn, Ronald (Trouten 57).
Subs Not Used: Quinn, Crawford.

Aberdeen: Soutar, Foster, Anderson, Considine, Daniel Smith (Maguire 79), Winter (Macauley 45), Nicholson, Dempsey (Stewart 45), Clark, Mackie, Crawford.
Subs Not Used: Donald, Langfield.

Att: 1,588

Ref: S Finnie



SEE ALSO
Stark hails Spiders' shock troops
23 Aug 06 |  Scottish Cups
Calderwood low after cup defeat
23 Aug 06 |  Aberdeen


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