Colony Park Round-up

A DEPLETED Colony Park Juniors faced promotion rivals Newmachar on Saturday.

Despite many player having to play out of position, the Inverurie side managed to come away with a goalless draw, which augurs well for the rest of the campaign.

The U19s were in Scottish Cup Quarter Final action against visitors Glenafton, and a 3-0 defeat left the Colony lads thinking about what could have been. A great achievement for the team to reach the final eight but a disappointing end for the boys who will be moving on after the summer.

The U17s had an excellent 3-0 win against Westdyke in the Quarter Final of the Raymond Kelly Trophy with goals from Burr, Lawrence and Watson setting up a Semi-Final tie against Banchory.

The U17 Colts had a disappointing afternoon going down 10-0 to Bervie Caley.

THE U16s faced Glentanar and were 1-0 down at half-time. Glentanar scored gain before Hay pulled one back, but a late penalty gave Glentanar a 3-1 victory.

The U16s were away to Newmachar and were 3-0 down at half-time. Second half goals from Center and Neilson made the final score 3-2, and the Colts were unlucky not to have got anything out of the game.

Sundays matches saw the U15s 4-0 up to Bridge of Don at half-time with goals from Rennie and a Linton hat-trick. Taylor added a fifth and Bridge of Don scored to give the Colony side a 5-1 victory.

The U14s found themselves 2-0 down to Dyce BC at half-time, and with no further goals in the second half, slipped to defeat.

The U13s took on Newtonhill and a commanding performance saw the 7-0 to the good at the half, with goals from Beattie, Reid, Seymour, Wilson and a Smith hat-trick.

In the se4cond half Seymour and Wilson both added second goals to their tally Smith scored his fifth and Taylor weighed in to make it 12-0 to the Colony side.

The U13 Colts took an early lead through Beverley against Newmachar but lost four to find themselves 4-1 down at half-time. Newmachar scored a further six goals before Gray added a late consolation to make it 10-2 to Newmachar at the final whistle.