Goals from Saul Phimster and Finlay McKay were enough for Buckie Thistle to see off Turriff United and book a trip to Inverness in the next round of the SFA Youth Cup to face Clachnacuddin on the 9th November.
Turriff took the lead through Alex Clark before Buckie pulled level thanks to Phimster.
Buckie at Under 17 level are currently 3rd in the Highland League North whilst Turriff are a team made up of boys from local clubs and they lost three successive games on the bounce before a 6-1 win away to Deveronvale in the Under 17's Highland League East on Monday night,, but they didn't really find the same rhythm in this game.
Turriff started the game at a good pace and with the game four minutes old, the visitors took the lead.
A good ball from Lewis Chalmers found Clark who got rid of the Buckie backline before firing home a good effort into the middle of the net beyond Lee Herbert.
Herbert has had a couple of appearances for the first team at Buckie this season and his big kick found Phimster who played in another first team apprentice Lucas Davidson who tried an ambitious effort over the advancing Aidan Wood, however the former Ross County midfielders effort was denied by the tall goalkeeper.
Wood was called upon again on 15 minutes, saving a long range drive from Calum MacLeod.
Buckie got off to a slow start in the game, however they looked the more threatening side after the quarter hour mark.
Wood then created an attack for United on 20 minutes when his long kick evaded the Buckie defence and Greig Taylor got onto the ball and broke forward towards goal, but his effort went wide of the right hand post.
Buckie equalised on 35 minutes; Phimster went on a good run before guiding a fine deflected effort into the bottom right hand corner beyond Wood to bring the Jags level, Turriff had been the better side the first quarter hour but Buckie grew into the game and they worked hard for the equaliser.
The Jags tried to go in front before the interval after a ball from Joel Davidson found Josh Mair however a good save from Wood denied the winger.