Celtic secured full points with a dominant display on a heavy Fraser Park. The opening exchanges were fairly even with both teams looking bright, the visitors grabbing the lead on 11 minutes when Saul Sim caught the home defence sleeping before cutting back for James Aitken to score.
The advantage was increased moment later when Kennedy Moar applied the finishing touches to fine move. Scalloway created a number of opportunities, way ward finishing meant the goalkeeper was never truly tested.
Celtic made it three when Jack Clubb found the net from an in-swinging cross that was poorly defended.
Just before half time there was a moment of controversy as Steven Umphray found the net from a John Allan throw in that was intended for the Celtic goalkeeper to return possession. Suspicion has it that Umphray has his eyes firmly on the Scalloway top goalscorer trophy, and is currently one behind John Allan. After a brief moment of shouting and outrage it was agreed that the goal would not stand and Allan successfully returned the ball to the goalkeeper at the second attempt.
The second half continued in the same vein as the first, and within a couple of minutes Celtic had made it four. Saul Sim volleying into the net after a wayward defensive header.
Both teams made a number of substitutions, Aaron Leask making an immediate impact for Scalloway as he scored following a Steven Umphray shot that was deflected into his path.
As the game petered out Celtic score two goals in the final couple of minutes to add a bit of gloss to the result. Moar added his second of the evening, before Aitken capped a fine performance with an individual effort. Best on the night for Celtic was Matthew Murray, James Aitken and Kennedy Moar, for Scalloway only Ally Young, Jack Fitzsimmons and Steven Umphray played to their usual standards.
CELTIC TEAM: K Glaser, J Simpson, J Bradley (D Clubb), R Smith, R Grant (L Spence), E Smith (S Regan), M Murray, J Clubb, S Sim (B Johnson), K Moar (A Graham), J Aitken