Arthurlie and Pollok played out an entertaining draw in terrible conditions on Wednesday night as the sides shared the Joseph Marshall Cup following a 2-2 draw at Dunterlie Park.

The home side started well and thought they had took the lead after six minutes. Josh Payne gathered on the right before sending over a deep cross that David Reid headed home at the back post only to have his celebrations curtailed by the assistants flag.

From the free-kick Pollok broke straight up the other end only for Gary McCann shot inches past.

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On the quarter hour mark Craig Molloy did well to recover possession deep inside his own half before taking the ball to halfway then feeding Daniel McKay, a quick one-two with Tam McGaughey almost came off but Jordon Longmuir came off his line quickly to gather.

Five minutes later Arthurlie went ahead. Niall Reynolds and Payne linked up well with the latter crossing to the far side of the area where McKay was adjudged to have been fouled by Evans before grabbed the ball and shot past the diving Longmuir from the spot.

Twenty five minutes on the clock and it was almost all square but James Digney made a fantastic block at his near post.

However, he couldn’t keep the next effort out just 60 seconds later. Chris Duff hit the by-line before whipping over a cross. And while the first effort was blocked by Reynolds, Shaun Fraser was on hand to hit the rebound home and level the game.

Not long after Arthurlie almost got themselves ahead once again with a long ball from Kieran McDade finding its way to McGaughey whose first time effort was blocked. Lee Roulston followed up, forcing Longmuir into a great save and at the third time of asking McKay’s effort was deflected past.

Arthurlie's pressure paid off just before the break as they went ahead again when McGaughey fired home a stunning volley to open his Lie account.

The second-half was only five minutes old when it was all square again, though, with Pollok putting together a fantastic phase of play before the ball ended up with Gary McCann who hit the leveller.

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McGaughey and Reynolds made way for Jamie Docherty and Liam Mushet following the introduction of Craig Patterson for McKay at the break and not long after Ross Urquhart replaced Molloy.

In the last 15 there were chances for both sides, Lok's Adam Forde hitting wide with the goal gaping then Duff being denied by another top notch save from Digney, while at the other end a free-kick from Scott Nicol saw the ball land at Mushet in acres of space but his side-footed effort went wide and for the third time in four contests the Joseph Marshall Cup was shared.

Next up for Lie is a trip to St Mark's Park in Edinburgh this Saturday to take on Craigroyston in their penultimate friendly match. Kick-off 2.30pm. 

Arthurlie: Digney, Reynolds, Nicol, Etherson, McDade, Roulston, Payne, Molloy, McKay, McGaughey, and Reid

Subs: Gordon, Docherty, Urquhart, Cameron, Patterson, O’Donnell, and Mushet

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