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Scottish Cup photo special

Queens fans soak up the atmosphere

Queen of the South 4-3 Aberdeen: Fun for all the family as Doonhamers supporters enjoy the big day out at Hampden

Ryan McCann and Stephen Dobbie

Queens men Ryan McCann and Stephen Dobbie warm up for one of the biggest games of their careers

Barry Nicholson and Neil MacFarlane

Aberdeen's Barry Nicholson and Neil MacFarlane of Queen of the South battle in midfield

Steve Tosh and Jackie McNamara

Steve Tosh shoots Queen of the South into a shock lead as he slams high into the net past Derek Soutar

Andrew Considine

Andrew Considine's delight is clear to see after he rose to head home a leveller for Aberdeen at the National Stadium

Paul Burns

Queens are not perturbed by the setback and Paul Burns makes it 2-1 at the start of the second half

John Stewart

Substitute John Stewart hits a sensational winner for Queen of the South to send them into the Scottish Cup Final with a 4-3 victory

Gordon Chisholm and Kenny Brannigan

Queen of the South manager Gordon Chisholm and assistant Kenny Brannigan are overjoyed at their cup giantkilling of Aberdeen

Disconsolate Aberdeen fan

A stunned Aberdeen supporter is alone with his thoughts at an empty Hampden as he reflects on their Scottish Cup exit




see also
Queens heroes enter legend
12 Apr 08 |  Queen of the South
Chisholm joy for historic Queens
12 Apr 08 |  Queen of the South
Calderwood blast for beaten Dons
12 Apr 08 |  Aberdeen
Queen of the South 4-3 Aberdeen
12 Apr 08 |  Scottish Cups


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