There was no shortage of drama and excitement throughout the age groups, including the first Scottish Cup win of the season.
Here’s how the action went down:
Blair Ross and Owen Moir scored hat tricks for Broughty Pumas as they hit the goal trail against Kirrie Thistle in Group A of the Diamond Jubilee Cup. Owen Burns, Cian Young, Nathan Petrie and Lucas Goff all netted. DUSC and Dryburgh both finished their group campaigns with wins.
The goals were shared amongst the team as Fairmuir beat ACSC. Kyle Peacock, Cameron McMurchie, Marley Wright, Brody Williamson, Reece Hutton, Kristofer Bruce, Robert Curtis and Mason Blyth were all on target in Group B.
St Andrews Colts ended with a 100% record with a 2-1 win over Montrose. Luke Farquhar and Charlie Colquitt grabbed the goals. Arbroath Lads finished with a 7-3 win over Carnoustie.
Seb McLeish scored four times as Monifieth ended Group C unbeaten with a 5-0 win over Riverside. Callum Ross was also on target. Broughty Panthers won 9-3 over Dundee Thistle.
Tyler Hutchinson six for Dundee SC as they beat Ferry Athletic 9-5 in Group D. Dundee West Reds beat Montrose Vics 3-1.
Reece Forrest, Robbie Watson, Harry Watson, Caleb Robertson, Peter Rutherford, Max Pol, Archie Browning, Kaisey Brown, Finlay Hogg, Ross Cannon all scored as Blairgowrie beat Mearns.
Braces from Stuart Heenan, Leo Norrie and Thomas Cunningham helped Fairmuir keep up their 100% start to the season in the DS Rennie League.
The Ross Ballantine Cup holders picked up their third consecutive win despite Aiden Lockhart scoring four times from Ferry.
Heenan set up Norrie for a tap in before firing past Finlay Lyttle inside five minutes. Norrie drilled home a penalty to put Fairmuir 3-0 up.
Lockhart pulled one back for Ferry before scoring a free kick from the half way line. A sublime half volley from the midfielder tied the game up early in the second half.
Heenan put Fairmuir back in front with a thunderous strike from half time before Cunningham added two more to all but secure the win for Fairmuir.
Lockhart completed the scoring with a free kick from 20 yards, but it wasn’t enough for Ferry to deny Fairmuir the win.
Riverside picked up a 6-1 win over Carnoustie. Dylan McLeish scored for Carnoustie. Forfar Boys, Pitfour and Montrose all picked up wins.
Sol Campbell scored twice as Maryfield came out on top of their top of the table clash with Newtyle in the Watson McInally League. Dilon Gurnag, Aaran Duncan and Kody Nicol all scored as Maryfield won 5-3.
Dundee Thistle beat Arbroath Lads 2-1, Brechin won 4-2 against Dundee SC, Mearns won 4-2 against Monifieth and St Andrews beat Kirrie Thistle 8-0.
Montrose advanced to Round 1 of the Scottish Cup with a 6-4 win over Glenrothes Strollers.
Torran Juggins double helped Pitfour to a 3-1 win over G Taylor League leaders Celtic Boys. Sonny Simpson also netted as Celtic suffered their first loss of the season.
Charlie Massie scored twice as Ferry beat Riverside 3-1, with Jack Moir also on target.
Kian Martin, Keir Balfour and Archie McLean were all on target as Kirrie Thistle beat Broughty United 4-3. John McGlashan, Leon Winterton and Sam Terroni got Broughty’s goals.
There were big wins for DUSC and Monifieth in the W Mills League, while St Andrews Colts beat St Murdochs 2-0.
Goalkeeper Thomas Welsh was Monifieth Athletic’s hero as they held Fairmuir in the Maryfield League. Jamie McCann opened the scoring for Fairmuir before Aidan Lorente equalised before the 10-minute mark.
Lewis Sivewright’s brace handed Carnoustie a 2-0 win over Broughty Panthers, while Pitfour beat Celtic Boys 3-0. Kai Finnie scored either side of Kieran Sweeney’s goal.
Ryley Duncan scored twice as Dundee West beat Riverside 4-1. Lewis Hutton and Ruari Henry also found the net.
3-2 was the score of the day in the Bodycare Complimentary Clinics League. Ferry, Letham Whites and Montrose all won by that scoreline, while Forfar Albion and Letham Tans drew 4-4.
Finlay Armstrong and Ross McDowell were on target for Monifieth as they drew 2-2 with Ferry in the Maryfield League.
Jake Grady scored four times as Fairmuir recorded a big win over ACSC. Jay Coupar netted a hat trick, with Matthew Nelson, Nairn Bonnar and Ross Hazel all on target.
Dryburgh beat Kirrie Thistle 9-0, Dryburgh CC won 3-1 against Broughty, Forfar Albion beat Lincraig and Jeanfield beat Riverside 2-0 thanks to goals from Liam Cooney and Angus Dochard.
Carnoustie Panmure beat St Andrews 4-2 in the Presidents League, while East Craigie Swifts beat Arbroath Vics 6-0.
Ferry Yellows beat Dundee North End 3-0, while Ferry Blues drew 1-1 with Forfar West End.