Ian Mair Park, Dyce was the setting for the C league play-off between Paul Lawrie Foundation and Colony Colts. Back in January, Ian Mair Park was hit by the torrential floods, which swept over the North East. You wouldn't have thought it on arrival with the pitch in immaculate condition for this time of year.
It was Paul Lawrie Foundation who came out on top and it was a performance in which professional golfer Paul Lawrie would have been proud of after a 2-0 win over Inverurie outfit Colony Colts.
The game started at a good tempo for both sides and in the opening stages it was Paul Lawrie who had the better chances and Colony had to rely on goalkeeper Fraser Wiseman to keep the scoreline level. Some good link-up play from PLF found Alex Ross whose effort from the edge of the box went straight into the hands of Wiseman.
The deadlock was broken in the 25th minute thanks to Gavin Troup, who slotted the ball past Wiseman in the Colony goal. Colts got into the game more before the opener, however, it was well deserved for PLF.
Paul Lawrie Foundation almost made it 2-0, before the interval, when a great ball in from Connor Strachan found Finlay Troup. However his sharp effort towards goal went straight into Wiseman and it was only the one goal that separated the sides going into the interval.