Last game sees Hearts play out a draw at Glentanar

BUCHANHAVEN Hearts last game of the season saw them to travel to Glentanar.

Glentanar started the better and Bruce had to look lively to save an effort from Munro. A long Morrison cross saw Jamie Clark head away under prerssure from Muirhead.

A Hearts counter attack saw Ryan Duncan get a shot on target after good play from Park in the midfield. Park headed an effort from Rennie off the line as Glentanar looked for the first goal. Barbour beat a Glentanar defender down the left but his cross was cleared by Morrison at the back post as Sandison rushed in.

Nobody came close as half time approached.

Hearts made two changes at half time with McLeod and Ritchie replacing Abolghassem and Leslie. Heart took the game to Glentanar and Duncan was through but McLennan saved his shot, then Ritchie found Sandison but he couldn’t find a way past McLennan who saved well.

Muirhead had a chance for Glentanar but he shot wide from a good position. Hearts were finding their men well with Ritchie prominent and he found Barbour with a through ball but Dines got back to put in a good tackle and the chance was lost.

Hearts took the lead in 85 minutes when Barbour got to the byline and his cross was headed home by the on-rushing Sandison, but they switched off and Askew was allowed to chase the ball unchallenged and his cross was headed home by Lee Shanks as Bruce was unlucky keeping the ball out. There was no further scoring.

A draw was probably a fair result as it was definitely a game of two halves.

Hearts can now look forward to next season where they will be looking to go for promotion. Hearts would like to thank the players, committee and social club and also the sponsors for their efforts during the season.

They would particularly like to show appreciation to the sponsors for supporting the club and helping make the season so successful.

HEARTS: Bruce, Sime, Clark, Donaldson, Abolghassem, Park, Findlay, Barbour, Duncan, Leslie, Sandison. Subs: Ritchie, Cunningham, McLeod, Buchan.