Two sides that had superb league campaigns both in the Aberdeen and Lanarkshire leagues went head to head at Lawsondale for a place in the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup, where Edinburgh side Musselburgh Windsor lied in wait.
Westdyke started the game the brighter team and had the more clear cut openings. Connor Napier had a tame effort denied by Steven Vincent in the visiting goal and Jake Buirds had a shot saved by Vincent.
The hosts took the lead in the 10th minute, an effort from Napier was denied by Vincent however Andrew Buchan guided the ball home from close range to give last years Under 13s ADJFA champions a great start.
Myles Gaffney was a real handful up front for Mill United and he knocked an effort just wide after being released through on goal. It ended up being a really good end to end Scottish Cup tie, however there was still a long way to go.
Buchan then tried to get his second of the game after a Luke Renforth shot, which had been saved by Vincent, rolled into the feet of Buchan however unfortunately for himself and Westdyke, his effort hit the side netting with the net wide open.
Mill United levelled just before half time, a ball came in from Josh Findlay which was met by Myles Gaffney who was free in space who volleyed home a fine finish from six yards out past Marc O'Donnell. The keeper might be a relatively small height for a goalkeeper however he was having a good game.