Heart of Midlothian 1-1 Hibernian

(Hibernian win 8-7 on penalties)

Hearts Shield smallMay 20, 2009 – Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh

Hibs’ youth team made it a trophy treble by beating bitter rivals Hearts on penalties in the East of Scotland Shield match at Tynecastle, adding one of Scottish football’s oldest prizes to their SPL championship and Scottish Youth Cup double.

A very competitive and entertaining encounter saw Hearts take the game to penalties by virtue of an injury time goal from Scott Robinson after Kurtis Byrne had given Hibs a second half lead.

More asap…

In brief

Scoring – 0-1 Byrne, 1-1 Robinson
Attendance – 598
Admission – £5
Programme – none, teamsheets free

Ground – 8/10 – Nearly empty on this occasion, but one of Scotland’s best
Game – 7/10.  Eagerly contested local derby
Overall experience – 7/10.  Entertaining stuff
 
Match Report Links
Hearts FC Official Website — Hibernian FC Official Website

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2 thoughts on “Heart of Midlothian 1-1 Hibernian

  1. Almost went to this one myself Dave but decided on Edinburgh United instead. Having saw the Hibs U19’s a couple of times earlier in the season they are a talented bunch and good to watch. Will need to try and catch up with you at a match before the season finishes..will look out for somebody with a camera! Keep up the good work!

  2. I’ll get a full write up on the site eventually, but it was a good game and quite competitive considering that the Shield isn’t taken all that seriously by Hearts and Hibs.
    Hibs are a good side but on the evidence of this Hearts have some good youngsters coming through too.
    Hope you didn’t get too wet up at Paties Road when the heavens opened later in the evening! 🙂

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