Banks O'Dee Albion entered the final of the Mark McEwan Regional Trophy with a 3-0 win at Colony Park with the hosts deserving credit for pushing their opponents to the edge although Albions quality told in the end. The treble is still on the cards for the visitors whilst Colony Park showed what they can achieve with a big of togetherness.
Albion started the game on the front foot, a good ball on four minutes by Finlay Ness was met by Harry Ingram however a good effort by the tall midfielder went wide, Ingram was a constant figure at the beginning of the game for Albion and a good long range effort was denied by Grant Middleton.
Colony battled into the game as the contest progressed, a good effort from Fraser Davidson 30 yards on goal required Lucas Muller to come into action and the goalkeeper made a decent stop. A Muller kick out found Caie McDonald who did well at left back, McDonald found Ingram however a good effort was blocked.
The visitors took the lead on 39 minutes, a good ball across goal by Reece McKerron was met by Michael Mitchell who didn't catch the shot at goal right however still had enough of a connection to force the ball going over the goal line past Middleton.