Colony Park weekend round-up

Logan Lawrence scores number four for Colony Park U13s on Sunday.
Logan Lawrence scores number four for Colony Park U13s on Sunday.
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Colony Locos U19s travelled to Mannofield in one of the few matches to survive the atrocious weather.

TURRIFF struck twice to give Colony a 2-0 lead, before Mannofield pulled one back before the break. LAWRENCE restored the two-goal lead but Mannofield struck back straight away to make it 3-2. A slightly fortunate LAWRENCE goal made it 4-2, before TURRIFF sealed victory with his third of the match.

• Colony Colts U19s took on Culter United at Hazlehead, having lost 4-1 in the cup to the same side.

A much improved performance saw STEWART give Colony the lead from the penalty spot before MITCHELL added a second and GARDEN a third before half time. The heavy rain kept falling and the conditions deteriorating when Culter pulled a goal back. Midway through the second half the referee decided that conditions were too dangerous to continue and the match was abandoned.

• Colony Park U17s took on league favourites Glentanar at the Garioch Sports Centre.

The vistors went a goal up after three minutes, and a wind assisted free-kick doubled their lead. Just before half-time Glentanar scorded their third, before MCDONALD gave Colony a lifeline in the second half. The vistors saved a penalty and held on for a 3-1 victory.

• Colony Park U16s travelled to a very wet Fraserburgh and took the game to their hosts.

MACKIE gave Colony the lead before Fraserburgh pyulled one back before half time. RENNIE restored the Colony lead before the home side again equalised, before taking the lead as the match drew to a close. But a Fraserburgh own-goal looked right at the end gave Colony a share of the points.

• Following seven matches away from home Colony Park U13s were at home to Culter Boys on Sunday.

Colony took the lead through MCWATT, LYNAS added a second and FRASER a third to give Colony a 3-0 lead at the half. They continued where they left off in the second half and LAWRENCE added a fourth. Two late goals for Culter were not enough to ensure Colony go through to a second round tie with Donside.