May hits treble for Hamilton

Midfielder Steven May scored a hat-trick as Hamilton's 10 men beat Livingston 3-0 at Almondvale.

Last Updated: 13/04/13 at 18:07 Post Comment

Steven May netted a hat-trick for Hamilton

Steven May netted a hat-trick for Hamilton

May struck his first four minutes before the break when he scored from the penalty spot after Jon McShane was pushed in the box.

Livingston were still reeling when May doubled the advantage two minutes later with a super strike.

Accies were reduced to 10 men when Jonathan Page collected a second booking on 80 minutes.

But Livingston's hopes of getting back into the game ended four minutes later when May completed his treble.

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