A very good performance from Banks O'Dee Albion was enough for the Colony Park Cup to go back to Spain Park for Banks O'Dee Albion. Marcel Okeakawa and Alfie Knox scored the goals which helped Albion towards success. It was a dreich day at Colony Park with the weather slowly improving during the second half.
Both sides were playing some good football in the opening exchanges of the game however neither team were clear cut in front of goal with Lloyd Sharp or Connor MacLeod in either goal having much to do during the opening 15 minutes of the game.
As the half progressed, Albion came out of the blocks and had a few chances towards the Cove goal, Alfie Knox had a chance for Albion with an angled drive towards goal wide of the left hand post.
Albion took the lead after 24 minutes, an initial effort had been saved by Lloyd Sharp which found its way into Marcel Okeakawa who fired home to give the Spain Park side a great start and it was a crucial goal after a stale start to the cup final. Cove weren't playing bad however it was mostly one way traffic at times in the first half.