Super 5s Results
Cluny Estate Agents 2-0 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Oden Fraser & Kyle
The game started with a quick goal from Cluny scored by Aaron. Sinclair Taylor kept working hard to get back in the game, but Cluny’s excellent defending earned them the win. Once Sinclair Taylor woke up they played some good football.
Tom Ross & Sons 1-1 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Abdul Bah & Tyler Sked
Tom Ross started fast, making plenty of chances and creating a good goal to take the lead. There was great passing, but Union’s goal came with a quick counter attack.
Maclean’s Highland Bakery 6-0 Gardner Financial Service
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Hayden Windsor & Cameron Finlayson
There was great performance from both teams and the score did not reflect the commitment from both sides. GFS were left frustrated despite some spirited defending and hard work.
Costa Coffee 4-0 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Lucas & Craig Murray
A very strong Costa side overpowered Lisa’s Barbers from the start. It was a controlled match.
Gardner Financial Service 3-1 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Luke & Logan
A powerful strike opened the scoring early for GFS. There was some good flowing football had the lead doubled soon after. Costa pulled a goal back and continued pressing for an equalizer, but it left them short at the back for a GFS third goal.
Sinclair Taylor 1-1 Maclean’s Highland Bakery
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Charlie Allan & Oscar
A very tight game and a fair result. Both teams played with full commitment. It was a well fought battle from both sides. Passing was tremendous for both teams.
Credit Union 0-0 Cluny Estate Agents
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Laim Kelly & Aiden Stewart
A great competitive game with great goal keeping from Tyler kept this game scoreless. It was a really tight game to start off with with Cluny piling on the pressure near the end of the game but great defending and some amazing goalkeeping kept the game at 0-0.
Pedigreed Cars 1-0 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Finn Ross & Adam Rhind
It was a good game and Firthview Windows had some good passing movements but were unable to score. Great passing and link up play from both teams. Pedigreed took the lead from a great solo effort from Liam Willets
Lisa’s Barbers 3-0 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Logan Bichan & Fraser Martin
Well done Lisa’s and unlucky for Pedigreed. A quick goal for Lisa’s put pedigreed on the back foot. It was a fantastic effort from Lisa’s who got the much-deserved win.
Costa Coffee 0-0 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Davie & Cooper
It was a pretty stable match with lots of effort but nothing on the gal scene. Davie played a stomper in goal. It was well fought by both sides and there were some good chances.
Firthview Windows 1-3 Tom Ross & Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Addison Gault & Dylan Fraser
Tom Ross went one goal up and then Adam Rhind had a good save but ran into the post and had to go off. Firthview borrowed a player from another team and play continued. Addison scored to make it 1-2 before Tom Ross scored late on. Tom Ross controlled the game.
Maclean’s Highland Bakery 4-0 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Lennox Fox & Calum
Maclean’s looked sharp and caught Credit Union off guard with a barrage of goals with no chance of a comeback. Maclean’s put the pressure on from the start. Credit Union worked well but couldn’t keep out a strong Maclean’s side.
Pedigreed Cars 1-0 Gardener Financial Service
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Liam & Kito
A very tight affair in this well contested match. Both sides were defensively sound and created plenty of chances. A late goal for Pedigreed was enough for them to secure the win. It was great spectators’ game.
Credit Union 1-6 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award –Olivia
A good display of determination but Costa were too good today with slick passing and good finishing.
Lisa’s Barbers 1-3 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ben Fraser Purford & Riely Hamilton
A very good game of end to end football with Harry scoring three good goals. There was some good passing from both teams but Firthview took the chances.
Cluny Estate Agents 0-1 Tom Ross & Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Aaron & Austin
A very even game with two good solo runs. The early score from Austin was the only goal of the game. Cluny kept working hard but were unable to get the draw.
Sinclair Taylor 2-0 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Kian & Riley
Passing in this game was superb and the team spirit was great from both sides. There was a dominant display from Sinclair Taylor who deserved the win. Pedigreed fought on valiantly.
Firthview Windows 0-2 Cluny Estate Agents
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Addison & David
A good end to end game with both teams working hard until the final whistle. There was plenty of passing but Firthview never made any chances.
Tom Ross & Sons 1-0 Maclean’s Highland Bakery
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Charley-Leigh Gardiner & Dyland Fraser
A good even match with an epic last game battle with two tired teams. Dylan Fraser was the hero with the only goal. There were chances at both ends and some great defending which kept the score down.
Gardner Financial Services 5-2 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Brodie Finlayson & Ellis Grant
Loads of goals in this match and it was great end to end stuff. A great match to watch. GFS found another gear in this fixture with some fine individual performances. There was neat passing creating plenty of chances.
Dallas Designs 8-0 Mundole Taxis
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ben Gault & Matthew McGillvary
A one side match where Dallas dominated form the start to finish. good saves from Mundole kept them in the game in the first half, but Dallas proved too strong. Dallas had clearly eaten their Weetabix!
GF Job 9-5 Grigor & Young
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award
A very close game with lots of goals. It was 5-2 at half time and Grigor & Young did pull it back to 5-5 at one stage.