Colony juveniles weekend match round-up

The Broch U6s keeper is beaten by Lewis Buxton's opener in Colonys 6-1 victory at Davidson Park.
The Broch U6s keeper is beaten by Lewis Buxton's opener in Colonys 6-1 victory at Davidson Park.
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Colony Locos had an uphill task at Glentanar when they could only field 10 players but despite the numerical disadvantage the Inverurie side managed to score three goals through Watt, Donaldson and Aitken but conceded 10 in the process.

Park 16s had a home league match against Fraserburgh. The game had a lengthy delay near the start when the visiting keeper sustaining a leg injury which eventually led to him being helped off the pitch.

Lewis Buxton opened the scoring with a looping shot from the left wing which settled the home side who went on to record a 6-1 victory. With no further goals in the first half a much-improved performance in the second saw Buxton add a second and further goals from Callum Jones, Ewan Dalmon, Sam Hunter and Kodel Frontin completed the scoring.

With 16 points from their opening seven matches Colony hold on to second place in a very competitive A league.

A tricky away fixture at Stonehaven ended well for the Under 16 Colts after a great start. The Colts scored in the first few minutes with a looping shot over the keeper from Jamie Reid which was made with a sublime cross field pass from Owen Macintosh.

However, they failed to take advantage of many great chances they created with Stonehaven pulling it back on the half hour which spurred the Colts on to score another two goals before half-time.

The first was another great shot into the top corner from the edge of the box by Aaron Bowie and the second was tenacious work by Callum Taylor who refused to give in and managed to bundle the ball over the line while on the ground.

In the second half Stonehaven pulled another back before Colony scored three in the final 10 minutes all from Callum Taylor corners. Ross Allan got on the end of one with a powerful header and the other two both by Kyle McIntosh, one a simple tap in the other a precise shot from the edge of the box through a crowded area and into the bottom corner of the net.

A well-deserved and convincing victory for the Colts in the end.

On Sunday the Under 15 Park side won the local derby with Kemnay 4-1 while the 15 Colts, despite a Declan Abel hat-trick went down 8-3 to Glentanar.

Colony Park 14s were in action in round one of the Eddie Mannall Trophy against Westdyke and did enough to secure a victory with the only goal of the match from Taylor Chapman.

Colony Colts 14s started very much on the front foot and within five minutes Turriff’s keeper fouled Taylor Masson in the box. Luke Fitzpatrick took responsibility and slotted home the resulting penalty.

Colts kept up the pressure and a run of three or four corners ended with Paul Davidson getting his head on one of them to double the lead.

Evan Orr then got his name on the scoresheet for his first of the game. Turriff kept going and pulled a goal back on 20 minutes but this gave the Colts some added vigour leading to Fitzpatrick doubling his tally and Evan Simpson keeping a cool head to get the fifth.

The second half saw the Colts keep the up the scoring with Evan Orr netting the next four goals with a variety of class finishing.

Turriff played their part and pounced on some defensive confusion to grab another but the last strike went to Colts with Aiden Riach finally netting the goal he deserved.

10 goals from five scorers but again every one of the lads played their part. Although Evan Orr netted fivee times, his was not the only stand-out performance.

The Under 13 Park also had a goal feast when they defeated Culter Colts 12-1 in the league in a one-sided affair.

Hat-tricks came from Thomas Slade and Rhys Hall, two each for Calum Thomson and Owen Proctor plus singles from Marley Nelson and Liam Gibb.

Colony Colts 13s went down 8-0 at Newmachar.