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DDYFA Results Round-Up 20/05/18

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The penultimate weekend of the season saw East Region Cup action, domestic cup finals and title deciders take place.

Here’s how the action went down:

 

U13s

Fairmuir clinched the Ross Ballantine Cup at the expense of rivals Riverside. Harrison Smith gave Fairmuir the first half lead only for Aiden McDougal to bring Riverside level.

Blair Fyffe put Fairmuir ahead from the penalty spot before Stuart Heenan fired home Fairmuir’s third late on.

Pitfour are into the final of the East Region Cup after beating Bayside on penalties. The sides were tied at 3-3 after extra-time, but Pitfour held their nerve emerging as 3-1 winners. They will face Glenrothes Athletic in the final.

Champions Ferry Athletic signed off their Café Royale League campaign with a 4-4 draw against Monifieth. Goals from Blaike Kyles, Aiden Lockheart, Stevie Grogan and an own goal secured them a share of the spoils, while Carnoustie and Broughty Pumas played out a 1-1 draw in their final game of the season.

 

U14s

Ryan Hutton scored twice as Fairmuir came from 2-0 down to beat Burntisland Shipyard 5-4 on penalties and secure their place in the final of the East Region Cup.

Kirrie Thistle were crowned champions of the DS Rennie League with a 3-0 win over Brechin. Kian Martin, Cammy Simpson and Zak Innes got the goals that completed their league and cup double.

Ferry Athletic signed off their season with a 6-4 win over Dundee West. Charlie Massie scored twice, with Owen Boath, Rian Clark, Leo Murrie and Jacob Sharpe also netting. Forfar beat DUSC 9-0.

 

U15s

10-man Pitfour ended a run of three defeats with a 5-2 win over Real Fife. Kai Finnie was shown red with Pitfour leading 2-0 thanks to Ben Clos and Ally Alcorn.

Alcorn bagged three more goals to set up a final against Blue Brazil, who beat Kennoway 5-3 in the other semi-final.

Jamie McCann scored five times as Fairmuir ended their G Taylor League campaign with a 9-1 win over Broughty Panthers. Graeme Stewart netted a brace with Callum Rae and Mason Anderson also netting. Josh Knight got Broughty’s goal.

Carnoustie beat Forfar 4-1 thanks to goals from Khalid Bjeirmi, Harry Law, Jay Bryce and Lewis Sivewright, while Riverside beat Dundee Thistle 7-2.

 

U16s

Fairmuir took the Maryfield League title race to the last day of the season with a 4-1 win over Forfar. Goals from Jake Grady, Rory Jagusinski, Mark McCrory and Jamie Timmons set up a winner takes all clash with Dryburgh.

Blairgowrie beat Broughty United 1-0 while Jeanfield beat Ferry 2-1 to ensure a third-place finish.

Monifieth Athletic made it a league and cup double as they beat Dundee Thistle 3-1 in their final game of the season.

 

U17s

East Craigie Swifts completed the double treble as they turned on the style against Kirrie Thistle in the final of the Henry Dolan Cup. A first half double from Keir Gardiner followed Ethan Bannon’s opener.

Reece Lornie and Hayden Burr netted in the second half, with Aaron Barnett heading in a Kirrie consolation late on.

Partan Craig beat Dryburgh 5-2 in the Bodycare Complimentary Clinics League while St Andrews Colts beat Monifieth 2-0.

 

U19s

Ferry beat Luncarty 6-2 in their final game of the season.

Andrew Creegan

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