THERE was no stopping Celtic as they romped to a 3-0 victory over Rangers in the Scottish Youth Cup final at Hampden last night.
Captain Sam Wardrop and Calvin Miller netted before half-time and And Aidan sealed the win with a third after the turnaround.
The Parkhead kids, who have now been triumphant 15 times in the tournament, dominated with winger Michael Johnston on form on the right and Miller impressing on the opposite flank.
The pair combined to give their team the lead after 38 minutes, working the ball from the left to set up Wardrop, who fired low into the net.
Their superiority was underlined with just a minute of the first-half to go when the Rangers defence failed to deal with a long ball down the middle from Hoops keeper Conor Hazard.
Brothers Robbie, the goalie, and defender Ross McCrorie got involved in a dreadful mix-up and the speedy Miller took full advantage.
Celtic scored their third when McCrorie got a hand to a powerful strike from McIlduff, but failed to prevent the ball from dropping into the net.
The Hoops won the trophy without conceding a goal throughout the entire tournament.