FIVE-STAR ACES HAVE IT DON AND DUSTED.John Napier heaped praise on his cup crackers last night.
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Napier raved about Nicky Grant's second goal - an 18-yard rocket that gave the Dons keeper no chance.
The boss beamed: "That was something special. You just wouldn't see that in men's football in Scotland Football is the most popular sport in Scotland and is the country's national sport. There is a long tradition of football games in Orkney and southern Scotland, especially the Scottish Borders, although the modern game (Association Football) first took off in the Nineteenth century in .
"I teach my girls to play the ball on the deck. I teach them how to pass and that's what made the first half tremendous."
Pauline Harvey set Cove up with the opener - and the goals kept coming.
Grant grabbed the second and added No.3 from a Harvey cross. Then Pauline Martin fired them four-up before the break with a blistering blis·ter·ing
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Seven minutes after the break, Arlene Davidson got clear inside the box to make it five as Cove ran riot.
The Dons got a consolation goal minutes later from Jackie Buchan.
Napier pointed out: "This is our second trophy, but we didn't do too well in the league - that will be our priority next season."