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1949 Scottish League Cup Final (October)

1949 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1949–50 Scottish League Cup
Date 29 October 1949
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 39,744
1949
1950

The 1949–50 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 29 October 1949, at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the fourth Scottish League Cup competition. The final was a Fife derby match contested by East Fife and Dunfermline Athletic. East Fife won the match 3–0 thanks to goals by Davie Duncan, Charlie Fleming and Norris.

Match details

29 October 1949
East Fife 3 – 0 Dunfermline Athletic
Duncan Goal
Fleming Goal
Norris Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 39,744
EAST FIFE :
GK Scotland John McGarrity
FB Scotland Willie Laird
FB Scotland Sammy Stewart
RH Scotland Jimmy Philp
CH Scotland Willie Finlay
LH Scotland George Aitken
RW Scotland Bobby Black
IF Scotland Charlie Fleming
CF Scotland Norris
IF Scotland Allan Brown
LW Scotland Davie Duncan
Manager:
Scotland Scot Symon
DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC :
GK Scotland George Johnstone
FB Scotland Bobby Kirk
FB Scotland Adam McLean
RH Scotland Jackie McCall
CH Scotland Jimmy Clarkson
LH Scotland Andy Whyte
RW Scotland Gerry Mays
IF Scotland Jim Cannon
CF Scotland George Henderson
IF Scotland Tom McGairy
LW Scotland Stirton Smith
Manager:
Scotland Webber Lees

External links

  • Soccerbase

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