Fraserburgh earned a place in the third round of the SYFA Youth Cup with a 5-4 win over Scottish League side Elgin City away from home, the game was played in the right spirit from both sides with both sides impressing with some good players on either team.
The Broch took the lead after 11 minutes. A good corner came in from the talented Logan Watt and his corner found centre half Arnadas Cepulis in space who guided a fine effort into the roof of the net with a half volley to give the visitors a perfect start.
Logan Watt went from provider to goalscorer four minutes later. Watt was playing in a midfield role and always looking dangerous whenever he had the ball, a Liam Morrison ball found the playmaker who fired home from close range to double the advantage for the Broch.
Liam Morrison was a constant threat for the Elgin defence and was one of the youngest players on the park, Morrison deservedly got himself on the scoresheet on 24 minutes. Adam Crichton's kick was blocked by Scott Murison and he crossed for Morrison to tap the ball into an empty net, not a special goal but they all count.
Elgin got into the game towards the tailend of the first half and deserved to get their name on the scoresheet. Elgin had some routine attacks in the first half and a free kick by Rhys Fraser-Prescott was met by Caiol Provan who guided home a glancing header beyond Ross Mowatt in the Broch goal, the game got a bit heated before half time.