The Denis Law Soccer Tournament got underway this lunchtime with Aberdeen based Albion taking on Norwegians Stavanger.
Albion sailed through the game with flying colours winning 8-0 with former Aberdeen player Richard Binnie bagging a hat trick to give Albion the start they needed.
The Aberdeen side made a good start to the game and they had a couple of decent chances early on including one for Binnie, but he just couldn't connect to a Kyle Willox free kick.
Clark Scott then tried to give Albion the lead when he got on the end of a great pass from Willox but his effort went inches wide of the right hand post.
Binnie had another chance in the tenth minute when he received a cross from the left hand flank by Lewis Liversedge, Binnie controlled it with his chest then volleyed it towards goal but it just went over the bar.
Albion were creating some good passing football and it showed when they went a goal up in the 16th minute, the ball coming to Mark Gilmour and he did the rest by bending it into the top right hand corner.
The Aberdeen side added to their tally moments later when Michael Phillipson sent a great ball into the feet of Clark Scott who rattled it past the keeper.
Kyle Willox then put in a great ball to Binnie to try and get the striker his second of the game but a good save from Vetle Pettersen denied the pacey forward.
Albion got a third goal after some good counter attacking football and another great through ball, Clark Scott beat the offside trap and tucked it away.
Willox was then to be another assist for Binnie when he put in another fantastic through ball for the forward and Binnie got his second of the game.
Half Time: Albion BC Under 14s 4-0 Stavanger Under 14s
Albion kept the pace going at the restart, scoring four minutes into the second half when Lachie McLeod raced through on goal and passed across the face of g
oal to Michael Ironside who put it away.
The Aberdeen side didn't stop and got another goal when substitute Aymen Benylles collected the ball on the left hand side and raced his way to goal beating two Stavanger defenders along the way before keeping his composure in front of goal.
And there was more to come and Richard Binnie was the provider this time when his cross was intercepted by Ereland Borve but it came to the feet of Michael Ironside on the edge of the box who tucked it away for his second of the game.
The scoring was then complete with three minutes left when Richard Binnie got his reward for having a great game by racing through on goal and popping it past Vetle Pettersen.
A very good win in Albion's circumstances where as Stavanger will have to wonder just what went wrong for them, Richard Binnie had an outstanding game for Albion and if it wasn't for Vetle Pettersen Albion could have realised a lot more goals.
Full Time: Albion BC Under 14s 8-0 Stavanger Under 14s