A penalty shoot-out decided the outcome of the Under 16s Presidents Cup Final between Colony Park and Fraserburgh Link-Up. It was the Broch who were to come out victorious winning 4-2 on spot-kicks in what was a smashing cup final for the neutral.
The opening exchanges of the game were very tepid with nothing clear cut and very little football being played. It was a fine day for a game of football and the majority of the play was up in the air rather than on the ground.
Due to the sun, there was a water break after 20 minutes which resulted in a two minute interruption to the match before play continued with a Colony Park throw-in. The break was very much required and it resulted in a better game from that point onwards.
Connor Killoh was being a threat to Fraserburgh all afternoon and had a couple of set pieces which Broch goalkeeper Andrew Dunbar had to react too. Killoh had a corner from the left hand side which was tipped away by Dunbar.
Stuart Smith then played in Craig Anderson for the first real chance of the game inside 32 minutes however Anderson couldn't get his header on target for Colony, Fraserburgh were for the majority of the first half more organised and patient going forward but Park were the more threatening going forward.
Colony took the lead a couple of minutes before the interval, a great ball found Andrew Simond who unmarked slid the ball beyond Andrew Dunbar in the Broch goal which was a good time for Colony to get a goal and changed the half time team talks.