Colony Park Sunday Round-up

Aidan Macbain (Number 7) secures his hat-trick for Colony Park U13s with a well flighted header
Aidan Macbain (Number 7) secures his hat-trick for Colony Park U13s with a well flighted header

It was a case of undefeated B League leaders Colony Park U15s at home to undefeated A League leaders Albion in a Stonehaven Youth Trophy cup match at Davidson Park.

This was always going to be a hard task for the B league team but they tried to match their opposition and held them at bay for long periods of the tie with some resolute defending.

In the first half Colony’s defenders were often under pressure but coped well and were a little unfortunate to find themselves 2-0 down at half time and unlucky not to have scored themselves.

In the second half Albion continued to press, but Colony failed to take their chances in front of goal and were punished with the loss of a further three goals.

A hard working performance from Colony Park against the best team in the north east. Final score Colony Park 0 - Albion 5.

The Under 14s met Dyce away in the second round of the Eddie Mannall Trophy and never quite got into their rhythm finding themselves three down at the interval.

The Inverurie side started the second half stronger but lost two soft goals after ten minutes and never really recovered, failing to make any headway against the unbeaten city side and losing three further goals late on in the match.

Colony Park U13s were back in league action looking to consolidate their position at the top of the table. They faced Byron Pumas at Davidson Park and the pattern of the play was soon set once both sides settled down after the opening ten minutes.

Adam SMITH had an exceptional first half performance scoring five goals to add to one from Lewis BEATTIE effectively ending the contest at the midway point.

In the second half Jamie REID grabbed a brace while Aidan MACBAIN scored four to give a final score of 12-0 to the Park.

Still struggling to find form Colony U13 Colts were up against Dee Boys Club and trailed at the interval after a very disappointing first period where they continually struggled to get the ball out of their own half.

With more effort in the second period, although the game effectively over, the Dee went on to record a final score of Colony Colts 2 -11 Dee Boys Club with Scott BEVERLEY scoring both of the Colts goals.