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Ferry grind out victory over Dyce to progress

Dyce BC 1

Linton 88

Ferry Athletic 1

Lornie 76
  • Final Result: Dyce BC 1-1 Ferry Athletic (Ferry Athletic win 8-7 on pens)
  • Sunday, 10 November 2013
  • Pitmedden Road
  • Under 13´s
  • Trans Athletic Scottish Cup

David Reid | YFS North Region Journalist
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It was third time lucky in Dyce when the Aberdeen side welcomed Dundee outfit Ferry Athletic with both sides having a good start to the season and a good competitive cup tie was in store, for the winners a trip to Largs was the prize to face Largs Spartans. 
 
Dyce were to dominate most of the proceedings in a game which was a backs to the wall display by Athletic, a through ball reached Reece Watt who tried a 20 yard drive towards goal which was saved by Robert Black in the visiting goal. 
 
It would be one way traffic throughout the 1st half with the hosts having another chance to get the breakthrough, Struan Linton played a through ball into Jamie Massie whose low effort towards goal from the edge of the box went straight at Black. 
 
Massie was then to have Dyce's best chance of the game after 25 minutes after he received a pass from Rory Brown and then did the rest in his quest to get his outfit the opener by unleashing a 20 yard effort towards goal which crashed off the crossbar. 
 
Before half time Dyce were being creative once again and their attacking prowess saw Ethan Smith force an effort over the bar, Massie then thought he put Dyce in front after he met a ball from Rory Brown however the referee disallowed it for a foul in the lead-up to the goal. This could have been vital as 30 seconds later, the referee blew for the interval. 
  • Half Time:
  • Dyce BC
  • 0-0
  • Ferry Athletic
The start of the second half began and it was all Dyce interaction again with Rory Brown playing in Massie who chipped the advancing Black however the lob lacked the angle required and it just went inches wide of the right hand post. 
 
Black in the Ferry goal was called into action once again in the 50th minute after a through ball from Brown found Brandon Reid who tried a 15 yard drive at goal however it was a shy effort in the end and the shot went straight at the Athletic keeper. 
 
Massie was desperate to get on the scoresheet and had another chance to do so 10 minutes from time after a great ball delivered in by Rory Brown however it went a whisker wide of the left hand post with the home spectators wondering if they were ever going to get a bit of luck. 
 
Ferry had a chance to snatch the game away from Dyce after a free kick 20 yards from goal had Matt Clark smothering over it and fancied a crack towards goal, his effort from 18 yards just went inches wide of the right hand post.  
  • Full Time:
  • Dyce BC
  • 0-0
  • Ferry Athletic
It was an even start to extra time with Ferry edging proceedings at the start and got themselves a penalty with Dyce appealing saying the ball was outside the box when the challenge was made, Matt McKinnon was brought down by Owen Cassie and the referee pointed straight to the spot, up stepped Reece Lornie who slotted past Ross Mowatt.

Time was running for Dyce to rescue their Scottish Cup status and before the hosts were to get their luck, Struan Linton met a ball in by Brown to put his half volley over the bar.

Linton was bring the tie to penalty kicks with two minutes remaining after a corner came in by Brown which was met by Matthew Tough which found Linton who volleyed it past Black.

Onto the spot kicks and Lornie who scored to give his side the lead in extra time was 1st to step up and saw his kick saved by Mowatt.

A lot of twists and turns were to follow and Bradley Duffs penalty for Ferry was to be vital before Black saved Dyces reply to give Athletic progression.

Final Result: Final Result: Dyce BC 1-1 Ferry Athletic (Ferry Athletic win 8-7 on pens)

Lineups

Dyce BC
Ferry Athletic

1. Ryan Mowatt
2. Ryan Anderson
3. Aaron Arnott
4. Owen Cassie
6. Paul Mackintosh
7. Struan Linton
18. Liam Strath
9. Owen Murrison
10. Brandon Reid
11. Daryl Robertson
12. Rory Brown
14. Innes Copeland
15. Jamie Massie
17. Matthew Tough
19. Reece Watt
20. Ethan Smith

1. Robert Black
2. Ben Milne
3. Jamie Chalmers
4. Scott Galloway
5. Matt Clark
6. Louie Porter
7. Liam Crockett
8. Peter Forte
9. Reece Lornie
10. Matt McKinnon
12. Bradley Duff
15. Chris Mudie
16. Jack Bradley
17. Craig Bruce
18. Thomas Grubb
20. Rory McCarthy

Star Player
Dyce BC
Ferry Athletic
Rory Brown produced problems for the opposition defence and put in some really good balls.
Robert Black. No debate for this award. Saved a couple of penalties and also had a string of saves to keep the scoreline blank.
Magic Moment
Dyce BC
Ferry Athletic
The equaliser for Dyce through Linton saw all the previous frustration forgotten about in a moment of glory.
The player's faces when Black saved Dyce's last penalty and the celebrations which followed.
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