Pedigreed Cars 1 – 0 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ewan McRae & Abdul Bah
A very exciting game with some great passing. It could have gone either way. Pedigreed edged it with a goal from Davie Lawrence.
Tom Ross & Sons 0 – 1 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Leo Brailsford & Greg Curry
A close game, hard-fought by both teams. Firthview defended well and a goal by Jake Greenhorn gave them the win.
Clunys 3 – 1 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Hayden Windsor & Ashton Bayliss
A very competitive game from a solid Credit Union side, who were strong on the ball but outplayed by Cluny’s great passing. Ashton Bayliss made a fantastic run to score for Credit Union but it wasn’t enough as Cluny;s had 2 goals from Ben Ross and one from Owen Matheson.
Macleans 5 – 1 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Connor Bryceland & Mackenzie Cotter
A good end-to-end match. The scoreline quickly changed with a hat-trick from Owen Royan in just five minutes. Lewis Smith got the goal for Sinclair Taylor.
Pedigreed Cars 2 – 1 Sinclair Taylor
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Davie Lawrence & Kai Prophet
A bit of a scrappy game. There wasn’t much between teams. A lucky goal on the final whistle won it for Pedigreed Cars. Goals from Drew Smith and James Wilson for Pedigreed Cars and Connor Bryceland for Sinclair Taylor.
Firthview Windows 2 – 0 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Kyle Simpson & Abdul Bah
A very close game with Firthview’s quality winning through. Notable performances from Abdul Bhu with his consistently strong defending and Kyle Simpson making some great saves for Firthview. Goals coming from Greg Curry and another from Jake Greenhorn.
Costa Coffee 0 – 2 GFS
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Isaac Douglas & Jake Nicoll
A good, even contest with hard work from GFS in grabbing the first goal. Costa worked hard but couldn’t break down a good GFS team. Owen Royan sealed the win with his second of the game.
Credit Union 3– 0 Macleans
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ashton Bayliss & Dylan McNally
Brilliant play from Credit Union throughout and really kept Mclean’s goalie, Dylan, on his toes. Two goals came from Nico Giscombe and one from Joe Miller.
GFS 2 – 2 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Grant Napier & Ewan McRae
A good, hard fought match with chances at both ends. GFS took the lead through Owen Royan after some good teamwork. Pedigreed fought hard to get back into the game and then took the lead. A good goal from Jake Nicoll levelled the tie in an entertaining match.
Sinclair Taylor 1 – 3 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Olivia Roberts & Austin de Oliveira
An even game, that started with an early goal from Isaac Douglas. Connor then equalised but 2 late goals from Costa won the game.
Tom Ross & Sons 1 – 2 Clunys
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Bailey Stephen & Calvin MacColl
Great game played by both teams. Tom Ross played tight and clever football but were undone by Cluny’s amount of chances. A goal from Bailey for Tom Ross and 1 each from Owen Matheson and Calvin MacColl
Macleans 0 – 2 Firthview Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Ashton Bayliss & Greg Curry
Hard-fought by both teams. There was a tight start, with some good defending. Some good shooting by Firthfiew made the difference with goals from Greg Curry and Jake Greenhorn.
Credit Union 0 – 4 Pedigreed Cars
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Joe Miller & Diarmuid MacFarlane
Strong game from Pedigreed with them making plenty of space and getting lots of shots on goal. Credit Union did not give up though. Drew Smith got two of the Pedigreed’s goals.
Sinclair Taylor 0-8 Lisa’s Barbers
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – (not submitted on team sheets) Abdul Bah
A one-sided match with four players scoring two each.
Tom Ross & Sons 0 – 3 Costa Coffee
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Bailey Stephen & Jake Greenhorn
A comfortable win for Costa, with 3 well-created goals. Tom Ross carried on fighting to the end.
GFS 0 – 2 Clunys
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Owen Royan & Hayden Windsor
An even match with both teams battling hard for the breakthrough and playing some really nice football. It was an end-to-end contest with a double from Ben Ross just edging it for Clunys.
Clunys 2 – 2 Firthfiew Windows
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Calvin MacColl & Kyle Simpson
A close game with evenly matched sides and a ‘Game of the Year’ contender. Both sides played beyond their years. Cluny’s were losing but fought hard to take the game to a draw. A fair result with both goalkeepers winning the Fair Play Award.
Lisa’s Barbers 1 – 0 GFS
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Corin Milne & Owen Royan
A very close and well-paced match with both teams working hard in both defence and attack. The breakthrough came at the end of the match with a goal from Cameron Hamer for Lisa’s Barbers.
Costa Coffee 2 – 0 Credit Union
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Isaac Douglas & Ashton Bayliss
A well-played final match of the day for these two teams. Some tough tackling from both teams, with a notable mention for Tyler Smith who worked hard in defence and also got a goal for Costa, along with Kai Prophet, standing in when Costa were short of players.
Macleans 0 – 5 Tom Ross & Sons
Ian Skivington Fair Play Award – Drew Smith & Kenzie Brough
Good movement forward from Tom Ross. Some excellent finishes were the difference in the end. Two goals from both Bailey Stephen and Kenzie Brough, and one from Connor Finlayson.