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Dyce beat Westdyke to claim Colony Park Cup

Dyce BC Blues 4

Anderson 16, 59, Sutherland 27, Townend 37

Westdyke CC 2

Ochmanski 11, Zimmerman 32
  • Sunday, 05 May 2019
  • Colony Park
  • Under 13´s
  • Colony Park Cup Final

David Reid | YFS North Region Journalist
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Dyce BC Blues Under 13s warmed up for their Scottish Cup final date with Airdrieonians Red in a fortnight with a 4-2 victory over Westdyke CC, like all the encounters this season, all the games were played in a positive way with both teams going for it from the off.

Both teams played their own positive tactics with Matt McFarlane deployed into centre half for Dyce, Ethan Sutherland played in midfield with Owen Townend leading the line well for the Scottish Cup finalists. For Westdyke, they are always a threat and their strong point is the midfield and this game was no different.

Sutherland had an early chance for Dyce which was fumbled away by Ross Stark although Westdyke were to draw first blood in this cup final with a long range strike by the talented Milosz Ochmanski flying past Sam Inglis into the net.

On 16 minutes, it was 1-1 with Sutherland playing a fantastic ball which was met by Jimmy Anderson who did a power of work for Dyce and Anderson guided home a fantastic finish past Stark in the Westdyke goal to level matters up in the cup final.

Ethan Sutherland impressed for Dyce in an unknown midfield position and Sutherland played as a forward as he always looked a danger going forward, he put Dyce in front on 27 minutes with a powerful deflected shot went into the bottom left hand corner past Stark.

Dyce were on top at that period of time however Westdyke weren't to be underestimated and Ritchie Clark's side levelled matters up three minutes before half time with Gregor Zimmerman getting the better of Matt McFarlane before rounding Sam Inglis and putting the ball into an empty net.

  • Half Time:
  • Dyce BC Blues
  • 2-2
  • Westdyke CC

The second half was certainly a lot more subdued compared to the first half however Dyce kept the goal sapping game progressing scoring just a couple of minutes after the interval, Owen Townend showing his quality with a lobbed finish past an exposed Westdyke defence.

It was more of a battle in the second period with Sam Inglis in the Dyce goal having very little to do, Westdyke tried to go forward whenever they could however a lack of cutting edge in the final third was the real problem.

Dyce put the game to bed with 11 minutes left on the clock after getting into another dangerous position in the box with Owen Townend finding Jimmy Anderson and the Westdyke defence was exposed once again and Anderson banged home his second of the game with a lovely finish past Stark.

Overall a deserved win by Dyce although Westdyke CC gave them a fighting game which has always been the case in the last three clashes between the sides, it's understandable why both are the top two teams in the Aberdeen area and a bright future ahead for many players involved.

Congratulations to Dyce BC Blues and commiserations to Westdyke CC.

  • Full Time:
  • Dyce BC Blues
  • 4-2
  • Westdyke CC


Dyce BC Blues
Westdyke CC
1. Sam Inglis
2. Dylan Souden
3. Scott Robertson
4. Aiden Brookes
5. Cameron Robertson
6. Lucas Youngson
7. Miller Keir
8. Ryan McLean
9. Gafar Abari
10. Calum Wilson
11. Dylan Shaw
12. Dylan Robertson
14. Owen Townend
15. Jimmy Anderson
16. Zane Lawson
17. Matt McFarlane
18. Ethan Sutherland
1. Seth Miller
2. Kyle Davidson
4. Innes Alexander
5. Michael Thom
6. Flynn Clark
9. Sean Considine
10. Alfie Brock
11. Milosz Ochmanski
13. Ross Stark
14. Harry Alexander
15. Joel Ingram
16. Gregor Zimmerman
17. Josh Nicol
18. Alex Smith
19. Finlay Walker
Star Player
Dyce BC Blues
Westdyke CC
Jimmy Anderson - Jimmy worked his socks off up front who alongside the team played brilliantly. Really good team performance.
Milosz Ochmanski - Milosz worked hard in midfield for Westdyke and helped his team mates out at all times.
Magic Moment
Dyce BC Blues
Westdyke CC
The lob by Owen Townend which went in, a good piece of skill.
The free kick by Milosz Ochmanski, tough luck for Sam Inglis but a great strike by the Westdyke midfielder none the less.
  • Match report and photos copyright Youth Football Scotland.
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