Star sparkle in cup final

Star Hearts honorary president, Dave Leitch and team captain Paul McBride lift the Scottish Brewers Cup

Star Hearts honorary president, Dave Leitch and team captain Paul McBride lift the Scottish Brewers Cup

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STAR Hearts ended 50 years in amateur football as they started – by winning a trophy. By a country mile Star have been Fif’s most successful amateur side and they added to their long list of honours by lifting the Scottish Brewers Cup at Kingskettle on Friday evening in their last ever game under the amateur code. Goals from Ryan Thomson (2), Ally Gray and substitute Cumbie Bowers saw the Treaton Park side defeat Kingdom League champions Cupar Hearts 4-2. Next season under the new name of Kennoway Star Hearts they will be competing in the junior ranks in the McBookie.com East North League.

STAR Hearts ended 50 years in amateur football as they started – by winning a trophy. By a country mile Star have been Fif’s most successful amateur side and they added to their long list of honours by lifting the Scottish Brewers Cup at Kingskettle on Friday evening in their last ever game under the amateur code. Goals from Ryan Thomson (2), Ally Gray and substitute Cumbie Bowers saw the Treaton Park side defeat Kingdom League champions Cupar Hearts 4-2. Next season under the new name of Kennoway Star Hearts they will be competing in the junior ranks in the McBookie.com East North League.