With wintry weather descending into Aberdeenshire on Saturday night, there was only two games on. These saw A league sides Banks O’Dee Albion beat Dyce 5-1 which keeps the Spain Park side in second. B league side Fraserburgh Link-Up is in fourth with a 7-3 win against Portlethen.
Middlefield Wasps returned to the top of the A league for a week at least after a 3-0 win over Deveronvale, Banks O’Dee Albion also picked up a hard fought 4-2 win away to Fraserburgh. The Broch has been a hard place for Albion to get results over the seasons so it’ll be a welcome win for the Spain Park side. Banchory Pumas beat Donside Juvenile by the same score with Colony Park getting a welcome 3-0 win against Culter United.
The B league saw Glentanar beat title rivals Westdyke 4-1 at Woodside Sports Complex, Cove and Newmachar still have an outside chance of promotion and they both won 3-1 at Byron Thistle and Portlethen respectively. Kemnay won a pulsating game away to Longside 5-4.
Third place Turriff United have enjoyed a good season in the C league and they won at Stonehaven United 2-1. Culter Cobras beat Greyhope Boys 4-3.
Colony Park have enjoyed a good debut season in the A league and won on the road at Cove winning 4-2. Glentanar played Culter with both teams at the bottom end of the league. It was the former who came away with a 1-0 win.
Ellon Meadows are in the hunt to win the B league and they picked up a good 6-2 home win against Longside. The other games were postponed. Lewis United progressed from the Raymond Kelly Association Trophy with a 3-0 win at Colony Colts.
Cove might be second bottom in the A league however they picked up a good 3-2 win at Ellon Meadows. Banchory vs Banks O’Dee Albion was postponed.
The B league saw Peterhead come from 2-0 down to cement their undefeated record away to Turriff United. Peterhead only need three wins for the league now. Kemnay went level on points with Culter Rovers after a 3-0 win for Kemnay. Middlefield Wasps beat Fraserburgh Link-Up 4-2.
Murray Cup action saw Inverurie Locos get revenge for the league defeat to Hermes by beating the Aberdeen side 2-1 after extra time to send Locos into the cup final, they will play either Culter Colts or Banks O’Dee Albion with Culter beating ALC Athletic on penalties 5-4 after a 3-3 draw in 120 minutes. Culter will play Albion this Saturday.