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Dyce win league by brushing aside Colony

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Colony Park Under 13s
 vs
Dyce BC Under 13s
 
 
 
Competition: ADJFA A League
Venue: Davidson Park
Date: 08/05/2012
 
 
 
Author: David Reid
 
 
 
 
 
Dyce have only been beaten once all season going into this fixture and just a victory in Inverurie tonight against Colony Park would seal Dyce's title as would a 15s win up at Culter would seal them the title too.
 
Dyce brushed aside Colony 6-1 thanks to goals from Jack Walker (2), Josh Milne (2), Aiden Sopel and Alisdair Naysmith's goals pushing the Aberdeen side on there way to the title with Lewis Mark getting a consolation for Colony.
 
The Visitors had a chance straight from kick off when Josh Milne passed the ball onto Jack Walker on the right wing who got into a dangerous position before his effort went straight at Cameron Wiseman.
 
Colony took the lead in the 6th minute when Finlay Watson's corner from the right hand side was volleyed goalwards by Lewis Mark which beat the keeper and Owen Kinsella on the line tried to clear if but the referee ruled it was a goal.
 
Dyce hit right back though and an inswing free kick from the right hand side from Cameron McArthur was knocked in by Alastair Naysmith in which Colony struggled to defend.
 
The league champions elect then got a 2nd when Naysmith was using that left wing of his as a free zone and he knocked a brillant ball into the feet of Jack Walker who snapped it home.
 
This team don't stop and they got a 3rd goal when Cammy McArthur swung in another dangerous free kick which was headed goalwards by Josh Milne which looked an easy catch for Cameron Wiseman but unfortunately he couldn't keep it out.
 
Dyce then added another 2 just before half time and some good piece of skill from Josh Milne for the 4th when he recieved the ball 25 yards from goal and the did the rest in skinning 2 Colony defenders before lashing the ball past Wiseman then Jack Walker recieved the ball from Cammy McArthur before making sure Dyce would have a comfortable lead going into half time.
 
Half Time: Colony Park Under 13s 1-5 Dyce BC Under 13s 
 
The vistors weren't going to stop there and they got a 6th goal when Aiden Sopel's inswinging cross from the left hand side was aimed for Josh Milne but Milne didn't get a touch and it went straight in with Sopel claiming the goal.
 
Milne did have a chance to get a hat trick though when he spung his way into the penalty area but his effort went straight at Wiseman and came to Naysmith but he knocked it wide.
 
Dyce's 6th goal seemed to welcome Colony back into the game as in the last 20 minutes they gave Dyce more of a game and they tried to get another goal themselves but it wasn't to be there night after all.
 
So the full time whistle blew and everyone saw estactic views at the away camp with Josh Milne also having a t-shirt saying Dyce BC League Champions 2011-2012, this rounded off a good night for Dyce with the Under 15s winning 2-1 away to Culter.
 
Full Time: Colony Park Under 13s 1-6 Dyce BC Under 13s
Colony Park Under 13s
Dyce BC Under 13s
1. Cameron Wiseman
18. Finlay Strachan
16. Fraser Burnett
4. Craig Scott
14. Bradley Yates
6. Sam Robertson
7. Cameron Smith
8. Mitchell Cheyne
9. Lewis Mark
10. Greame Cochrane
11. Finlay Watson
Substitutes:
2. Lewis Craig
3. Ewan Collie
5. Jack Donald
15. Bryce Dawson
 
1. Morgan Cook
2. Craig Gill
16. Owen Kinsella
15. Ewan McGregor
20. Cameron Duncan
6. Cory Ritchie
7. Alisdair Naysmith
8. Jack Walker
9. Josh Milne
14. Cameron McArthur
17. Aiden Sopel
Substitutes:
2. Cambell Marr
10. Ross Craigen
18. Jordan Cooper
12. Josh Reynolds
21. Callum Wilson
 
 
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Last modified on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 14:35
David Reid

David has been a YFS team member since January 2011 and has gone from strength to strength and is now the communications operator for the North region.
 
As well as his YFS duties Mr Reid also covers other sporting events with newspapers including the Evening Express which is one of the local papers in Aberdeen.
 
David was the 1st North region reporter for YFS and his experience has helped the other reporters who have joined settle in. In July 2012 David got the young journalist of the year award.
 
David has been proud of achievements to date and couldn't be more thankful for YFS.

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