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Peace proves pivotal during weekend of Parish Cup football

St Andrews’ Logan Peace made a vital contribution off the bench against Rendall, converting two penalties in a hard-fought 2-1 win.

Stromness, St Andrews and St Ola all take slender leads into second-legs of The Orcadian Parish Cup quarter-finals after another busy weekend of Parish Cup football.

The trio all edged out Holm, Rendall and Sandwick respectively by a single goal, while Birsay returned from Sanday with a 1-1 draw.

Stromness and Holm met at The Rockworks on Saturday afternoon, with Sam Hunter’s deflected strike the difference between the sides.

On Sunday, Sanday and Birsay drew 1-1 with an Adam Towrie own goal putting the visitors ahead before Gary Brown headed the equaliser.

At the Rockery, Logan Peace came off the bench to fire St Andrews to a 2-1 win over hosts Rendall.

Chris Purnell scored direct from a corner to put the 2016 and 2017 finalists ahead, before Peace, making his return from injury, converted two second-half penalties to leave St Andrews in the driving seat.

The final match of the day saw the competition’s two most successful sides collide, with St Ola edging out Sandwick 1-0.

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