After two cup final wins for Lewis United Youth at the Under 13s and Under 15s age group on Sunday, this weekend will see three cup finals and a C League play off in the Under 13s age group.
Westdyke CC v Dyce BC Under 14s
Westdyke started their cup journey with a home win followed by another home win beating Formartine United 7-0. Westdyke then travelled to Newmachar United in the quarter-final and booked a place in the semi-final with a 7-1 win. Westdyke booked their place in the final with a comfortable win over Lewis United.
Dyce started off their cup adventure with an 8-0 win against Ellon Meadows before travelling to Newtonhill and winning 6-0. The quarter-final saw a 2-0 win for Dyce over Thistle before a win over Banks O'Dee Albion in the semi-finals.
Westdyke coach Ellis Renforth looked ahead to the game by saying. "We'll just go out, do our best and hopefully win the cup, it's three big games now for us and if we win all three then great." The game kicks off at 12pm at Spain Park on Sunday 27th May.
Turriff United v Northstar Orange Under 13s
Turriff United and Northstar Orange meet in the Under 13s C League Play-Off at 2:30pm at Spain Park, both sides have enjoyed fantastic campaigns. Northstar won 14/14 games in their league with Turriff winning 16 games and losing two out of 18.
It should be an exciting game with both sides playing some great football and it will be a big pitch at Spain Park to play on for both sides.
CBC Hilton v Banks O'Dee Albion Under 15s
CBC Hilton and Banks O'Dee Albion meet in the cup final of the Stonehaven Youth Trophy, for CBC Hilton, it's an opportunity to get their hands on silverware however for Banks O'Dee Albion, a clean sweep is on the cards.
CBC Hiltons route to the final started with a win away from home before winning again at FDS. CBC Hilton have scored a lot of goals in this competition and picked up a big win in the quarter finals before a 6-0 win in the semi-finals over Newtonhill.
Banks O'Dee Albion started off with a 7-2 win at home to Deveronvale before a bye in the 2nd round, the quarter finals saw a 3-1 win after extra time at Peterhead Jags before winning comfortably at Colony Colts in the semi-finals.
Albion coach Greg Watson said. "It's a great opportunity to get the treble, the boys have worked hard all season and this is what it's came down too, there was a lot of changes at the start of the season so it'll be a great achievement for everyone if we win on Sunday."
Banks O'Dee Albion v Westdyke CC Under 17s
Albion and Westdyke CC meet again however this time in the cup final of the Raymond Kelly Association Trophy fresh from the cup final between the two teams 10 days ago in which Westdyke won 4-2.
Banks O'Dee started the journey with a 5-2 win against Fraserburgh Link-Up followed by an 8-0 win over Banchory Boys Hawks. The third round seen a 6-1 win for Albion at Glentanar followed by an 8-0 win at home to Huntly.
Westdyke CC got a bye in the first round before a 6-2 win against Colony Park in the 2nd round, the semi-finals saw a 2-1 win after extra time against Lewis United Youth.