Super 5 Fixtures
Pedigreed Cars 1 – 1 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Liam Willets and Bailey Stephen
It would have been a one sided game if Pedigreed were taking their chances. However, a late equaliser from Brodie Finlayson meant a share of the spoils and the game ending 1-1.
Tom Ross and Sons Funeral Directors 1 – 2 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Harry Walker and Jake Nicol
End to end match played with some very good passing from both sides. Precise finishing was the difference with Firthview picking up the win.
Macleans Highland Bakery 0 – 0 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Dylan Fraser and Connor Bryceland
An exciting game considering the scoreline with both teams creating chances, defences were doing their job in this one leaving it to end 0-0.
Cluny Estate Agents 3 – 0 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Josh Hepple and David Gornik
A dominant display from Cluny with some great passing and 3 cool headed finishes.
Pedigreed Cars 3 – 0 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Mckenzie Stephen and Cayden
Pedigreed won this game convincingly from start to finish with the final result being 3-0.
Firthview Windows 0 – 1 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Oliver Hodgson and Kalvin McColl
A good even start to the match with good chances at both ends, fairplay shown with a Firthview goal chalked off. Lisa’s pushed and got the goal they were looking for winning 1-0.
Costa Coffee 1 – 0 Gardener Financial Services
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Indianna Whiteside and Kai Prophet
A very close match, it could have gone either way. However, it went the way of Costa as a goal from Hayden Windsor secured the win.
Credit Union 0 – 3 Macleans Highland Bakery
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Hayden Noble and Davie Lawrance
A sharp start from Macleans with a well taken early chance for the first goal. Credit union played well and created chances but couldn’t put it past the Macleans keeper. Resulting in a 3-0 Macleans win.
Gardener Financial Services 1 – 4 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Connor Finlayson and Ellis Grant
Pedigreed dominated the game from the off. A lot of chances created and chances being taken in this game. It was a nice strike from Connor Finlayson to grab GARDENER FINANCIAL SERVICES only goal of the game.
Sinclair Taylor 0 – 1 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Cameron Stehpan and Joe Miller
This was a game with two evenly matched teams, a goal from Corin Milne separating the two.
Macleans Highland Bakery 0 – 3 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Angus Mackintosh and Lewis Brownlee
Two well taken early goals had Macleans on the backfoot from the start. Both teams continued to create chances after this but it was Firthview with the final say ending the game 3-0.
Tom Ross and Sons Funeral Directors 1 – 3 Cluny Estate Agents
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Alfie Reynolds and Oden Fraser
Great passing was key to this Cluny E win. They controlled the game from start to finish with a consolation goal from Tyler Sked.
Credit Union 0 – 2 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – James Wilson and Tom Simms
Two well worked goals from Liam Willets and Ben Ross earned the deserved win for Pedigreed.
Sinclair Taylor 0 – 5 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Shaun Duncan and Brodie Finlayson
This was a one sided game with clinical finishing from Brodie Finlayson enough to see off Sinclair. Brodie managed to net all 5 goals for Lisa’s.
Tom Ross and Sons Funeral Directors 0 – 0 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Lucas Hizzett and Hayden Windsor
Great game to watch for the spectators, sadly no goals were scored on this occasion.
Gardener Financial Services 1 – 1 Cluny Estate Agents
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Callum Burnside and Aaron Hurley
This was a fair result. GFS took the lead with a goal from Kai only to be pegged back with a goal from Oden Fraser, resulting in a 1-1 draw.
Cluny Estate Agents 5 – 1 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Kyle Simpson and Robbie Malone
A quickfire start from Cluny E with good forward pressure and dine finishing giving them a well earned lead. The pressure was relentless and they ran away with it in the end.
Lisa’s Barbers 2 – 2 Gardener Financial Services
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Leo Brailsford and Olivia Roberts
Both teams worked extremely hard in this game, with moments of disagreement, but in the end it was a good finish.
Costa Coffee 4 – 0 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Mason Bramhold and Lewis Dawson
This was a very one sided match with 4 goals being the difference. Two scored from Hayden Windsor and Corin Milne.
Macleans Highland Bakery 1 – 2 Tom Ross and Sons Funeral Directors
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Rhys Burbidge and Austin De Oliveria
This was a good game with lots of passing and passion from both teams. A lot of communication between the sets of players, Tom Ross’ team winning 2-1.
Soccer 7s Results
Forres Dental Care 7 – 1 Dallas Designs
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Angus and Finlay Wallace
A fairly one sided game from start to finish. Dallas started on the defensive and showed a great first half display keeping the score down to 2-0 at half time for Dental Care. Dallas pulled a goal back in the second half but the game was already over and gaps in the Dallas defence meaning the game ending comfortably 7-1.
Beaver Travel 3 – 4 Mundole Taxis
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Matthew Macgillvary and Max Theman
Mundole took a commanding lead with goals from Max Theman and two from Josh Murray to lead 3-0 at half time. Beaver started the brighter in the second half and scored a great solo effort from outside of the box. The win was sealed with two further goals late on to finish 5-1