Banks O'Dee Albion continued where they left off in the league campaign by picking more up silverware beating Banchory 8-0. Banchory had a few chances in the early parts of the game however it was a dominant Banks O'Dee performance otherwise. Different players got on the scoresheet for the Spain Park boys which would have been pleasing.
It was only six minutes old when Albion opened the scoring. Finlay Ness did really well to get forward and get into a dangerous position before a good ball across the goal was met by Michael Mitchell who opened the scoring with a good effort past Simon Mitchell in the Banchory goal.
Samuel Thomson was through on goal midway through the first period for Banchory and the full back had a good effort on goal from the edge of the area past the advancing Lucas Muller however Thomson's effort drove wide of the left hand post. Muller doing enough to maintain his clean sheet in this game.
Callum Brown made it 2-0 to Banks O'Dee Albion on 33 minutes guiding home a fine effort past a packed Banchory backline which set the tone for the rest of the game. The game had been quite sticky to that point and it wasn't long before the unfortunate Mitchell in the Banchory was a busy young man.
Callan Gray has been a really good player for Albion this campaign with a number of outstanding displays to help Albion 2002s achieve the success they are today - Gray was to get a quick fire double before half time with a Mitchell cross finding Gray who fired in after 42 minutes before Finlay Ness got his second assist of the game to put Albion 4-0 up at half time and knock the stuffing out of Banchory.