Super 5 Fixtures
Macleans 1 – 1 GFS
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Rhys Burbidge and Callum Burnside
A well spirited game with some good quality passing from both teams. A great run and cross from GFS found a shirt at the back post to slot it home calmly to lead 1-0. Macleans eventually got into the match and equalized late on with both teams pushing to win the game, a draw was a fair result.
Clunys 2 – 0 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ethan Lynch and Cameron Stephen
Good opening match from both teams. Ethan Lynch scored the first goal with a lovely header, before adding second to win 2-0.
Tom Ross and Sons 4 – 3 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Kito James and James Wilson
A brilliant and entertaining game for the neutrals. Lennox Fox scoring 4 for Tom Ross’ to win the game 4-3.
Costa Coffee 0– 0 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Mason Bramhald and Brodie Finlayson
A hard fought game with end to end attacking play but neither side could get the goal they deserved in a thrilling game.
Pedigreed Cars 0 – 0 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Daniel Hicks and Victor Stoczkowski
It was a fairly even match with both sides playing well trying to break down each other’s defence. A draw being the fair result.
GFS 2 – 1 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Luke McGee and Aidan McCairn
GFS came from a goal down to win this game 2-1. Both teams fought well and Costa were unlucky to come away with a loss.
Credit Union 0 – 1 Clunys
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – David Gornik and Oden Fraser
A really tight game with both teams playing some excellent football. A superb goal from Ethan Lynch securing the win for the Cluny side.
Sinclair Taylor 0 – 0 Macleans
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Mckenzie Stephen and Davie Lawrence
No goals in this game but plenty of action and chances for both sides. No one being able to take those chances resulting in a 0-0.
Lisa’s Barbers 0 – 1 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Calvin McColl and Greg Curry
Hard fought match with plenty of chances, a goal in the final 30 seconds of the game securing the win for Pedigreed
Firthview windows 3 – 1 Tom Ross and Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Oscar Dawson and Alfie Reynolds
A very strong Firthview side ran out convincing 3-1 winners. Although Tom Ross did not give up and their efforts were rewarded at the other end with a goal.
Costa Coffee 1 – 1 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Lewis Smith and Haydon Windsor
A very tight affair with superb counter attacking football coming from Sinclair Taylor. Chances for both sides, however they couldn’t be separated ending in a 1-1 game.
Macleans 1 – 0 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Finlay McQueen and Hayden Noble
Another really close game for credit union but an accurate finish from Reece grabbed the win for Macleans, with the Macleans keeper working hard to keep the clean sheet for his team.
Clunys 1 – 0 Tom Ross and Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Arran Hurley and Adam Rhind
Very evenly matched game with only the solidary goal from Oden securing the 1-0 win.
Pedigreed Cars 2 – 0 GFS
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Liam Willets and Connor Finlayson
A fast paced game with great saves from both keepers. Liam Willets scored a great goal for Pedigreed to kickstart the 2-0 win
Lisa’s Barbers 0 – 1 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Bailey Stephen and Oscar Dawson
A game of strong defending, and good passing made the winning goal from Firthview. End to end game with some great defending and goalkeeping keeping the score down.
Credit Union 1 – 4 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ben Fraser Pulford and Corin Milne
This game started off to be a very tight game but quickfire goals from Costa resulted in this game being a comfortable game.
Tom Ross and Sons 1 – 0 Macleans
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Tyler Sked and Dylan Fraser
Macleans had the majority of chances in a pretty even match but a late winner from Tyler Sked ensured Tom Ross and Sons finished with a win.
GFS 5 – 0 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Kai Prophet and Aidan Bosely
A great team performance by GFS and an excellent personal show from Connor gave GFS a convincing win.
Firthview Windows 1 – 2 Clunys
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Oliver Hodgson and Cayden Mackenzie
A good end to end match between two evenly matched sides. It was Cluny that made the early breakthrough only to be pegged back. The winning goal scored by Aaron Harley late on.
Sinclair Taylor 0 – 2 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Connor Bryceland and Ben Ross
This was the best game of the day for Pedigreed with a great team effort allowing them to pull away with a 2-0 win.
Soccer 7s Results
Mundole Taxis 4 – 4 Dallas Designs
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Diarmuid MacFarlane and Nathan Fox
Dallas took a commanding lead early on and dominated the possession to begin with leading 3-2 at half time. Mundole made substitutions bringing on players who made the difference as the two players scored to give Mundole the lead for the first time. Dallas levels the scores late on to make it 4-4 and giving the crowd a very entertaining game to watch.
Grigor and Young 3 – 4 Forres Dental Care
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Alisha O’Neil and Eren Duff
After falling behind to an early Dental Care goal, Grigor and Young came back into the game breaking and playing counter attacking football to be 3-1 up at half time. Dental Care picked it up for the second have improving their play and taking their chances. It didn’t take long to get back into the game and they never looked back with goals from Josh Williams and Matthew Hepburn bringing the scores level. Unfortunately for Grigor and Young they didn’t find the net in the second half and a break in the centre of the park allowed Dental to drive forward cross where an own goal was to decide the game.