Fresh from Albion claiming the Batt Cables trophy after a 4-0 win over Lewis United, it was now Dyce and Westdyke's turn to clash off, a close game was expected from the spectators and the outcome was probably just right.
It was a deserved win by Dyce however Westdyke couldn't have asked for any more and that was pointed out when the players spoke to the coaches to analyze the game, a bright future lies ahead for ADJFA football at this age group and despite Albion romping to the league, it should be a competitive league next season.
Westdyke had the 1st opportunity of the game, a ball by Phillip Wallace found it's way into Nathan Rankine however a good save from Ross Mowatt in the Dyce goal denied the Westhillers an early breakthrough.
Dyce then had a chance at the other end in the 9th minute, a through ball from Rory Brown found it's way into Daryl Robertson whose effort just went inches wide of the right hand post.
The Aberdeen based side got the breakthrough after just 17 minutes, a long kick from Mowatt found it's way beyond the Westdyke defence into the feet of Robertson who then sent in a lovely ball from the right hand channel which found wasn't dealt with properly and Matthew Tough was on hand to clear up the mess and put Dyce in front.