Tuesday 14 May 2013

Cadzow Accies reach first ever Cup Final

Cadzow Accies, the Hamilton Accies Supporters team have reached the League Cup Final in the SSFL (Scottish Supporters Football League.)

Cadzow Accies, who currently play in the Scottish Supporters Football League, have been running for 22 years and have never reached a Cup Final. Having beaten St Mirrenoff in the quarter final and Kerrydale Celtic in the semi final we now face Sandbank Rangers, the current cup holders in one of our biggest games in 22 years.

Manager Ewan McGregor has a full squad to choose from and will have a selection headache on the back of Cadzow’s last two games, a 2-1 win at home to Clyde, and a convincing 3-1 victory over Falkirk.

Kick off is at 6pm on Sunday the 19th of May at Broadwood Stadium, (Clydes ground - at the moment!). All are welcome, entry is free and there should be a pie stall open for refreshments throughout the game.

Afterwards, everyone is welcome back to the Manhattan Bar in Hamilton for what we hope will be post match refreshments and celebrations.

On another note about this, Les Gray, Chairman at Hamilton has kindly let Cadzow borrow the first team home kit to wear. On behalf of Cadzow I would like to thank him for this kind gesture as it will mean we get to run out in the red and white hoops for the biggest game in Cadzow's history.


  1. Good luck to Cadzow Accies. I do hope they are not condemned to a cup disappointment. That would make them too much like the real team!

  2. Congratulations To Accies Blog contributor Roo and his Cadzow Accies team mates on a fine victory. Hope you enjoyed all the celebrations, too!