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Seven up for Dyce in semi final masterclass

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Dyce BC
Colony Park
U14 SR Wood Trophy - SF
Pitmedden Road
Dyce took on on Colony Park in an all 'A' League semi final of the SR Wood Trophy.
The home side took the lead after Kalvin Mundies 20 yard effort found the net. Ryan Silvers then managed to find the net from a longer distance after he found the net from 25 yards. Mundie then got a brace after a cool finish made it 3-0.

Cammy McArthur got in on the act and scored the 4th after a great ball from Corey Ritchie. Fellow striker Josh Milne also got a goal to add to the score sheet after he found the back of the net with a volley with his left foot from the edge of the box.

Silvers also netted a brace as his header found the net after a great ball from Cammy McArthur. Colony Park keeper did well to keep the score down and Dyce booked their place in the final and this is good preparation before their game against rivals Albion BC on Tuesday in a re-match to the Scottish Cup Semi Final.

Dyce will have to wait and see who they face in the final after after the Banchory Swifts v Albion BC tie was postponed.
Full Time: Dyce BC 7-0 Colony Park
Last modified on Wednesday, 26 March 2014 14:28
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