It was an all-Broughty affair in the first round of the inspiresport Scottish Youth FA Cup as Broughty United Pumas beat Broughty United Panthers in a tense and even game that went all the way to penalties on a blustery day in Monifieth.
The first chance of the game didn't arrive until the 14th minute of the game when a corner taken by Pumas player Sean O'Meara was met by the head of Andrew Holmes, whose effort looked to be looping into the net but flied just over the bar.
Pumas were made to pay for that miss as three minutes later Panthers had the lead. A long throw from the right hand side by Adam Barclay fell to the feet of Daniel Boyle, who hit a low half-volley which Pumas 'keeper Craig Gibb could not keep out.
Panthers nearly added to their lead a minute later when a cross from the right found Ryan Carr, but the striker could only send his shot over the bar.
The Pumas, in their all red kit, were still well in the match and came close when a long shot from Douglas Blackwood flashed just wide of Liam Innes' goal.
Some slack play at the back from the Panthers nearly gifted their opponents an equaliser soon after, as Holmes found himself one-on-one with Innes, with the 'keeper producing a good save to keep his side in front.
Pumas were having their most dominant spell of the match and could have been in front through Christopher Locherty, but before he could fire a shot off from just inside the box he was dispossesed by a superb tackle from Sam Grimes.
Next to try their luck for the Pumas was Connor Bain, who lined up a free-kick from 30 yards which cannoned off of the post and, fortunately for Innes in the Panthers goal, past the post.