This fixture under the auspices of the Glasgow Junior League was responsible for a large turn-out of spectators at Kilbowie Paris On Saturday, fully 2,500 being within the enclosure when the teams made their appear.
The Juniors were early aggressive, and Farquhar, the Petershill custodian was soon having a lively time of it, while his vis-a-vis had little or nothing to do.
Despite the continued pressure of the home team, it was well on in the game before Hill found the range and registered the first point with a splendid shot.
The visitors made strenuous efforts to equalise, but all attempts to get past the active rearguard of the Juniors proved unavailing.
The Juniors continued to make the pace, and close on the interval Hill netted another fine shot, and his colleague Hampden almost immediately after secured another score at the cross-over being 3-0 in favour of the homesters.
Notwithstanding their three goal lead the Juniors were not yet sure of victory, as many thought that the wind in their favour the Atlas Parkers might easily run out the winners, but the disorganised play of their front rank soon showed that the game, as far they were concerned, was all up. They were making some good attempts, but their shooting was wretched, and time and again they had to retire without the desired point.
Meanwhile Rollo had given the Juniors their fourth goal, and with the Juniors all over them. Petershill, in the closing minutes lost two other two goals, which were got in the softest possible manner by their dashing centre-forward, Johnny Hill, who with four goals to his credit was undoubtedly the hero of the day. All over Petershill's display was disappointing in the extreme.