A warm and bright day in Bridge of Don saw Colony Park face off against Formartine United in what could have been said to be a grudge match. Both teams came into the game strongly as both midfields matched the others.
Formartine used the width of the pitch well and used their right hand side to attack the Colony defence to great effect. Cormack and Duncan linked up well to deliver crosses into the Colony box.
Eventually Formartine broke through with Reid being fouled in the box after a good run, resulting in a Formartine penalty that Geddes tucked away precisely into the bottom corner.
Cormack continued to show his great skill down the right as he took on defenders and delivered crosses time after time.
A ball broke for Formartine’s Wilson who took the shot on from just inside his own half but was denied by a great acrobatic save from keeper Dawson in the Colony goal.
After good build up play, a scramble on the edge of the Colony box resulted in Formartine’s Reid sweeping home a parried effort from Cormack.