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DDYFA Results Round-Up 08/09/18 and 09/09/18

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There was no shortage of stunning strikes and cup upsets as the 2018/19 Scottish Cup got underway.

Here’s how the action went down:

 

U13s

There were Scottish Cup wins for Dundee United SC and Montrose Youths, with DUSC winning 6-1 away to Letham SC, while Montrose beat Bridge of Earn 3-2.

Dundee West Royals sealed a spot in the top flight with a 5-2 win over Brechin in Group C of the Diamond Jubilee Cup.

 

U14s

Maryfield United pulled off the shock of the day as they dumped Ferry Athletic out of the Scottish Cup. Dilon Gurang scored twice with Nairn Gaffney also on target as Maryfield ran out 3-1 winners.

Fairmuir advanced to Round Two with a 4-1 win over ACSC. Brodie Cussick, Leo Norrie, Harrison Smith and Stuart Heenan all found the net.

Ben Blackley scored twice as Carnoustie beat Blue Brazil 5-2. Scott Hamilton, Devon Aigbekan and Karter Inglis all found the net. Riverside, Pitfour and Brechin all made it through to Round Two.

 

U15s

Goals from Torran Juggins and Lewis Thomson were enough for Pitfour to edge out Glenrothes Athletic by two goals to one. They will face Celtic Boys in the next round after they beat Blue Brazil 3-1.

East Craigie Swifts hit the goal trail against Cupar Colts. Ryan McGregor scored five times, Cameron Blacklock netted a hat trick, Ryan Hutton scored twice, with Billy Donald, Mark Ross, and Jordan Adam completing the scoring.

Ferry Athletic beat East Fife YA 3-0 with goals coming from Harrison Taylor, Charlie Massie and Liam Scott sealing the win. Forfar Boys beat AM Soccer 5-2 and St Andrews Colts won 6-2 against Maryfield United.

Kirrie Thistle beat St David’s YFC 5-2 thanks to goals from Jake Kettles, Keir Balfour, Kian Martin, Archie McLean and Rory Davidson. Montrose beat Rosyth Reds 3-2.

 

U16s

Lewis Sivewright’s hat trick fired Carnoustie Panmure into the second round of the Scottish Cup. The striker scored twice early on and put Carnoustie 4-3 ahead after a stunning Ferry fightback.

Sivewright’s netted twice in the opening 10 minutes, the first a simple tap in from Connor McFarlane’s cut back and the second a stunning volley from the edge of the box.

Jay Black powered his way into the Ferry box before slotting home Carnoustie’s third after 17 minutes.

The hosts did pull one back after half an hour. Lewis Mitchell’s initial effort was cleared off the line by Greg Oliphant, but the ball broke back for the Ferry man who found the net.

Ferry set up an intriguing second half when Caswell turned the ball home at the back post five minutes before half time.

It was clear that the next goal was going to be crucial, and it went Ferry’s way minutes into the second half. Kai Meldrum delivered a low free kick that Younger flicked past Samuel Black. It was a remarkable comeback from Ferry, who had looked dead and buried after 20 minutes.

Both sides were looking for a fourth goal but couldn’t find the break through. Ferry looked to have gone in front when Rory Smith delivered a low cross to Dylan Mill, but his shot didn’t hit the target.

It would prove to be a costly miss as Lennon McIntosh was downed in the box. Sivewright stepped up and drilled the ball past Cummings to complete his hat trick and put Carnoustie back in front.

The visitors completed the scoring three minutes from time as Jay Black was released by a Sivewright backheel, before lashing the ball past Cummings at the near post.

Nick Fletcher’s hat trick fired Fairmuir into Round Two as they beat Celtic Boys. Jamie McCann, Robbie Flynn, and Graeme Stewart bagged braces, while Mason Anderson also found the net.

Pitfour had six different scorers as they beat Duloch Reds 6-1. Ally Alcorn, Dylan Wright, Kieran Forber, Andrew Allan, Kieran Sweeny and Matthew Glen all scored.

Broughty United knocked out Broughty Panthers 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

 

U17s

Simon Sharpe’s double handed Broughty United a win over Monifieth Athletic in the Dave Pullar League. The striker scored in either half as Broughty came from behind to earn a 4-2 win.

Oli Carmichael headed Monifieth into an early lead, but Broughty were brought level by a David Stewart free kick.

Sharpe’s first goal saw him power through the Monifieth defence before lifting the ball over Dylan Kelly.

Finlay Armstrong lashed in an equaliser 15 minutes from time, only for Sharpe to put Broughty back in front with a controlled finish. Kieran Bannon robbed Dylan Kelly and rolled in Broughty’s fourth in injury time.

Jack Terroni and Jordi Duncan scored as Riverside beat ACSC 2-1 in the league.

Dryburgh Athletic advanced to Round 2 of the Scottish Cup with a 2-1 win over Kelty Hearts CC. Dryburgh CC beat Lincraig 5-3, while Forfar Albion won 2-1 against Kirrie.

 

U19s

Ethan Coupar’s hat trick fired East Craigie Swifts into Round Two of the Scottish Cup. Keir Gardiner scored twice with Ross Mcnaughton, Max Flucker and Calum McCleary all on target in a 9-0 win.

Ahmed Drammah’s brace helped Fairmuir Violet to a 3-1 win over Brechin in the President’s League. Cammy Ross also found the net.

Ferry Yellows drew 4-4 with Kirrie Thistle, Ferry Blues beat Arbroath Vics 4-2 and Forfar West End beat St Andrews United 4-1.

Andrew Creegan

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