Aberdeen saw off Dundee by two goals to nil in the final Development League game of the season. A brace from Scott Wright secured all three points for the Dons against a Dundee side that featured David Mitchell, Kosta Gadzhalov, Danny Williams and Henrik Ojamaa.
Aberdeen started the game on the front foot, Dean Campbell brought a save out of David Mitchell after 10 minutes. Chris Antoniazzi then glanced a header just wide.
Scott Wright’s surging run after 21 minutes resulted in another chance for Antoniazzi, but the Aberdeen man didn’t test Mitchell with his shot. Henrik Ojamaa had the Dees first real chance after 24 minutes, but his volley was saved by Aberdeen goalkeeper David Craddock. 60 seconds later, the Dons took the lead.
Reigan Thomson bundled Connor McLennan over inside the penalty area leaving the referee with little choice but to point to the spot.
Wright stepped up and sent Mitchell the wrong way as the ball nestled in the bottom right corner.
The Dons had a golden opportunity to double their lead three minutes later, but Antoniazzi was denied by Mitchell, before he sent his half volley off target.
With two minutes of the first half remaining, the Dons did get their second. The ball broke loose to Wright at the top of the box and the winger made no mistake as he rifled the ball past Mitchell from 15 yards.