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In picture: Susan Fairlie scoring Accies consolation goal.
Hamilton travelled through to Broxburn to face only their second league match of the season having been awarded 3 points after Kilmarnock could not fulfil their previous fixture.
Manager Kevin Murphy stated after the match "We are extremely disappointed by today's performance and the players are under no illusions that today's showing was completely unacceptable. Credit to Hibs who took full advantage but we are better than what we showed today. There is no time to feel sorry for ourselves we must dust ourselves down and work hard this week to prepare for the visit of Forfar."
Hamilton started this game with a blustery wind in their faces and struggled to get a foothold in the match early on Hibs were having most of the possession but failed to make any concrete chances.
In fact it was Hamilton who nearly opened the scoring a good cross from Sarah Crilly found Susan Fairlie at the front post who could only watch as her shot slid past the upright.
Hamilton paid for this miss as only 5 minutes later Hibs took the lead, a looping cross into the box deceived Megan Cunningham in the Hamilton goal and she could only palm it out against Kirsten McGuire who could do nothing as the ball cannoned off her into the back of the net.
Hamilton conceded again when they lost the ball on the half way line and a Hibs midfielder powered forward unchallenged to fire the ball high into the net.
Hamilton came out at the start of the second half and with the wind behind should have been able to take the game to the home team unfortunately within a minute they were 3-0 down. A loose pass in midfield allowed a Hibs striker time to shrug off a half hearted challenge and place her shot high past the advancing Cunningham.
Hamilton briefly threatened to get back into the match when a neat pass from Toni Mason to Susan Fairlie allowed her to beat the keeper at the near post.
This hope was extinguished as Hibs took control of the midfield and began to dominate the latter stages of the match and repeatedly cause panic at the heart of the Hamilton defence with high crosses from the right wing into the box. From two of these crosses Hibs extended their lead to 5-1 with well headed goals. Right on the final whistle Hibs scored again with another headed goal this time from a corner to make the final score 6-1.
Hamilton can take no positives from this match this was a poor performance with pass marks to only a few players. Things will have to improve quickly if Hamilton want to make the top six and go further in the League Cup.
Hamilton’s next match is at home to Forfar on 15/04/12 in the Quarter Final of the League cup at the John Cumming stadium in Carluke, Kick off 2:00pm.
Hamilton Team: Cunningham, Inglis, Donnelly, King, McGuire, Crilly, Reilly, Mason, Templeton, McCulloch and Fairlie.
Subs: Seagrave, Rodgers, McDonald, Richardson.