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“If we play to our best we feel we could go on and win the cup, but it will be hard. “We’ve had the same in pre-season, we’re playing against older men, it’s more physical.
“So they are tough games but it’s good to have them and get us started for the season ahead.” Ruth netted the second goal at Princess Royal Park on Wednesday from the penalty spot in stoppage time.
An Aberdeen City Council environmental manager who “leads by example” has told of his surprise at being nominated for an award.
Steven Shaw, a 50-year-old Mannofield resident, has been working in different roles in the council for the last 20 years, and is one of two finalists for this year’s People’s Champion category in the Star Awards.
“It was all about getting the first goal with the way the game went.
Then at the end I was trying to get up the pitch and get another chance.
For the first 65 minutes, Dons first-teamer Stevie May was alongside him in attack.
Young Don Michael Ruth is targeting success in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup.Striker Ruth, a summer signing from Queen’s Park, has aspirations to go all the way and win the Shire Cup for the 36th time in Aberdeen’s history.The 17-year-old said: “Being into the next round means we’ll get another hard game.“Watching him and playing off him, it was good to see what he was doing.“He worked hard for us and showed a great attitude in helping us get into the next round.