Super 5s Results
Sinclair Taylor 1-2 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Reece Burbridge & Robbie Malone
A good start for both teams with chances at both ends. Sinclair Taylor broke the deadlock with a great finish from Reece. Only a string of fine saves from Robbie Malone and hearty defending kept Firthview in it. Sinclair Taylor kept pressing but a good finish from Victor Stocskowski against the run of play got them back in it and with the last kick of the match Leiws Giffen finished a fine move to give Firthview the win.
Credit Union 0-4 Gardner Financial Services
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Callum & Ben Meacher
Gardner Financial Services demonstrated excellent team work as the steamrolled to a convincing 4-0 win.
Cluny Estate Agents 3-0 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Kayden Mackenzie & Liam Willets
A very close match which isn’t reflected in the scoreline. Two early goals from Ben Ross who was on loan and ended up playing against his own team meant Pedigreed Cars couldn’t recover.
Tom Ross & Sons 0-2 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Tyler Sked & Calvin McColl
It was a fantastic end to end game with three great saves from Tyler. Great team works and big tackles for both teams.
Macleans Highland Bakery 1-2 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Lucas Montagu & Joe Muller
A great end to end game which was well played by both teams. Costa took an early lead through a well worked goal. The advantage then doubled when a cross deflected off a Macleans player passed the helpless keeper. Macleans came back with some pressure and got the consolation goal.
Gardener Financial Services 2-1 Tom Ross & Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Luke & Calvin Clifton
An extremely well fought and close game.
Lisa’s Barbers 0-0 Cluny Estate Agents
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Josh Hepple & Alex Abraham
An evenly fought match, plenty of end to end passing and good performance from the goalkeepers kept this game goalless.
Sinclair Taylor 1-0 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Cameron Stephen & David
It was an early lead for Sinclair Taylor although Credit Union created lots of chances but failed to find the net. There was solid defending from both teams.
Firthview Windows 1-1 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Victor Stoczkowski & Mason
An even start to the match but Costa soon go the foothold and pressed well. The pressure paid off with Hayden Windsor finishing off a good move. Firthview defended well and good goalkeeping from Jake Nicol kept the score down and a late goal from Firthview Windows secured them the draw.
Tom Ross & Sons 2-5 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Austin De Olivera & Abdul Bah
A great game of football with Tom Ross working with maximum effort, Sinclair Taylor were just a stronger team and played good controlled football.
Pedigreed Cars 0-0 Macleans Highland Bakery
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Tom Simms & Grant Napper
A good end to end match with plenty of chances for both teams but neither team could break the deadlock.
Cluny Estate Agents 1-0 Gardener Financial Services
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ethan Lynch, Connor & Kai
Close game with both keepers working hard to keep the mach 1-0. It was entertaining with a strong team performance from Cluny Estate Agents.
Credit Union 1-3 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Alfie Gordon & Lewis Giffen
Victor Stoczkowski ran the show in an all round performance, passing, defending and finishing and working well for the team. His efforts were rewarded with a hat-trick which was made possible by the good team around him. Ben Meacher worked well with his team to steak a goal back for Credit Union.
Costa Coffee 0-0 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Harlin Blyth & Hayden Windsor
Some good saves from Hayden Windsor kept pedigreed from the win.
Sinclair Taylor 1-2 Cluny Estate Agents
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Cameron Stephen & Ben Ross
Clinical finishing secured the win for Cluny with Ben Ross getting a double. Both sides shared possession and the game could have gone either way.
Macleans Highland Bakery 0-0 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Finlay MacQueen & Leo Brailsford
Hard fought draw between two committed and evenly balanced teams who just couldn’t break each other down.
Gardner Financial Service 3-0 Maclean’s Highland Bakery
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Owen & Grant Napier
An excellent match to watch. Lots of hard work from both teams with lots of running and great goalkeeping from the Maclean’s keeper.
Lisa’s Barbers 0-0 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Bailey Stephens & Corin Milne
Another well balanced match that showed a high level of discipline, good passing and strong but fair defending from both sides.
Firthview Windows 1-1 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Robbie Malone & Tom Simms
And end to end match with two very evenly matched teams. Pedigreed started strong with the early exchanges but it was Firthview that made the breakthrough. Firthview had a hold of the game and good defending kept Pedigreed in the game and they pushed on to even the match.
Credit Union 1-2 Tom Ross & Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Lucas Hizzet & Lewis
Great team effort from both teams and it was played well. Austin for Tom Ross was like a human cat in the goal.
Soccer 7s Results
Forres Dental Care 1-3 Grigor & Young
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Donald Johnstone & Callum & William
A very close and hard fought first half. The second half saw Grigor & Young fire a 3-0 leads with well worked team goals, then a late goal from Forres Dental Care put a fair reflection on the game.
Dallas Designs 1-5 Mundole Taxis
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Murray Steele & Callum Mackay
A fairly one sided affair with Dallas Designs working hard against a strong Mundole team. Mundole took a 3-1 lead into half time. Two goals were scored by Max and a headed goal from Josh Smith put Mundole in a confident mood. A stunning top corner finish by Dallas brought them back into the game, but two more second half goals by Josh Smith made it a hat trick of headers.