It was back to league business on Saturday for Real Farmington Under 17's as the Forfar youngsters entertained a talented Buchan Quines side.
With the Marketmuir pitch in fine condition after the summer break the match kicked off in brilliant sunshine.
Settling quickly Real went ahead when Amy Doyle glanced home a header from Whyte's fine corner.
The Buchan kids hit back quickly though and indecision at the back led to a deserved equaliser.
Dunne then scored to regain the lead only for the Northerners to hit back with a hotly disputed penalty.
It could be said that justice had been done though as in a previous cup-tie the Quines had been denied two strong penalty claims.
Gaffer Paul Whyte then threw on Chelsi Coyle and the experienced mid-fielder made her mark with a quick brace, the best of which was a smart bit of control followed by a fierce low drive into the net.
Going in 4-2 ahead at the break Real seemed in total control but the Quines soon came back to reduce the deficit.
Half Time: Real Farmington Under 17s 4-2 Buchan Quines Under 17s
Scooby Parsley then netted from close range only for Buchan to yet again claw back a goal.
Coyle settled the home nerves however latching onto a fine Gallacher pass to calmly slot home and complete her hat-trick.
Dunne again showed her finishing prowess to make it 7-4 and Emily Reid swept home number 8 after fine lead up work.
A closer game than the score line suggests this was another great advert for the girl's game, being played with great spirit and skill by both squads.
Full Time: Real Farmington Under 17s 8-4 Buchan Quines Under 17s