SCOTTISH CUP TIES

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Places:

  • Glasgow
  • Lanarkshire

Subjects:

  • Sporting activities
  • Architecture and buildings

Genres:

  • Local topical

People/organisations:

  • Green’s Film Service / Green’s Topical Productions

Decade:

  • 1920s

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Title: SCOTTISH CUP TIES

Reference number: 3357

Date: 1921, February

Production company: Green's Film Service, Green's Topical Productions

Sound: silent

Original format: 35mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 4.34 mins

Description: Scottish Cup Round football matches.

Shotlist: Scottish Cup 3rd Round Replay Motherwell V Ayr United at Celtic Park. Result Motherwell 3 Ayr United 1. Green's Film Service. [1st Match] Motherwell v. Ayr United at Celtic Park (Parkhead) - This being a neutral ground means that the match was probably at least the second replay between the teams. Ayr goalie possibly Hepburn, Scottish Internationalist, Teams emerge from Old Pavilion, Parkhead(0.29) - Motherwell out first with strip as in Ref 3356, Ayr Utd in horizontally striped shirts. Shots of game features original Parkhead "Jungle"[covered standing area] in background(1.26) [2nd Match] Scottish Cup 4th Round Motherwell v Partick Thistle at Fir Park. Result Motherwell 2 Thistle 2. Green's Topical Productions Glasgow and London. (1.37) panning shot of crowd(2.17) teams emerge(2.34) Motherwell first, strip as in Ref 3356 followed by Thistle whose plain coloured shirt features a large thistle patch emblem. This match probably mid 1920s. Thistle goalie Kenny Campbell. Grandstand featured was present till 1960 - it did not stretch the entire length of the pitch as there was a private house built there March 1921 and not owned by Motherwell F.C.(2.37) gv's match in progress (two goals scored) (4.34).