Onésimo Murube watches on as his chip flies past the home keeper and into the net to put us 4-0 up.

A trip to Fife to face dunfermline athletic awaits Brook Street in the Scottish Cup Second Round following our 10-0 demolition of cambuslang rangers this morning.

The outcome of the match was never in doubt as the visitors completely dominated from start to finish. This was emphasised when Ville Yrjölä revealed at full-time that he hadn’t even had a touch of the ball.

Brook Street opened the scoring in the sixteenth minute through Marcus Lövman and a minute later it was 2-0; Paul O’Healihy executing an audacious chipped penalty.

Paul got his second of the match on the half hour mark, before a quick double by Onésimo Murube around six minutes before the break had Brook Street looking towards the Secound Round draw.

If the home side thought their visitors would ease off in the second half, this view was shattered two minutes after the break when Marcus Lövman finished off an attack from the left with a spectacular scissors kick.

Yann Schories made the score 7-0 in the sixty-third minute, and Paul O’Healihy completed his hat-trick a minute later. Substitute Nemanja Janković powered the ball past the home keeper to get in on the scoring in the sixty-ninth minute, before Andy Harte netted his first competitive goal for the club with twelve minutes left to take Brook Street’s score into double figures.

Arjen Bogaert expressed his satisfaction with the result at full-time, saying “Although we were not put under any pressure and maintained complete control, the match was a good workout for our lads ahead of the league campaign kicking off at the weekend”.

He continued, “Giving the players match time was the most important aspect of today’s game, but it’s good to be into the Second Round with a clean sheet, a clean bill of health, and no bookings”.