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Dyce progress at the expense of Fraserburgh

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Fraserburgh Link Up  YFC Cubs
Dyce BC
Under 14's SR Wood Trophy
17 January 2015
After previous encounters between the two had been postponed due to the weather, Dyce finally got to play a game after not having one since the 14th December, ironically against today’s opponents. It was a blustery and breezy morning in Fraserburgh; however the pitch was in perfect condition to get this SR Wood trophy second 
round under way.
A nervous start from both teams as they battled for an early foothold in the game and early possession. The first strike on goal came in the eighth minute through Jamie Massie, an effort from twenty yards out was held well by the keeper. 
After ten minutes Dyce had their second effort on goal, a great ball through by Cai Matthew sent through Sean Linden to go one on one with the keeper, he got a touch on the ball and as the ball trickled toward the goal it was cleared well by the defender scrambling back to save his team. 
The breakthrough finally came for the visitors in the tweltth minute, Dyce got a free kick on the halfway line and quick thinking by Liam Strath sent through Sean Linden again, his efforts were thwarted by the keeper however Massie was on hand to tap it into the empty net. 1-0. 
In the twenty sixth minute Fraserburgh managed to get a strike on the Dyce goal, a looping free kick found its way through to number eight, whose effort cannoned back off the post. 
The second goal came in the thirtieth minute, good build up play by Dyce in the final third then Sean took on the defender found space and whipped in a ball across goal, Jamie Massie was in the mix however graciously admitted that the ball came off the defender. 2-0. 
Fraserburgh did grab a goal back before the interval; good strength was shown by the Fraserburgh striker as he unleashed an unstoppable strike into the top corner. 
Half Time : Fraserburgh Link Up YFC Cubs 1–2 Dyce Boys Club
Dyce made a fantastic start to the second half with a goal after three minutes, wonderful build up play found its way across to Aaron Arnott who had space to drive into and he did so with purpose, he delivered a fizzing ball in towards Massie, and he finished off the move with a good finish. 3-1. 
10 minutes later Dyce added another, with a wonderful individual goal, from no other than Massie, who coolly added a finish across the keeper. 4-1. 
It came to our knowledge that with this goal it became his 200th in the famous blue and white hoops, truly a remarkable achievement. 
Only a minute later Dyce fell asleep and allowed Fraserburgh to grab a goal back, maybe only a consolation but with twenty minutes still to play the visitors could take nothing for granted. 4-2. 
In the fifty fourth minute though, Dyce put another goal past Fraserburgh, and it came from no other than that man Massie, another solo effort and top corner finish from him, just what we’d come to expect from the midfielder. 5-2. 
Five minutes later in the fifty ninth minute Massie added another, a first time finish again into the top corner. 6-2. 
Fraserburgh didn’t give up though to their credit and caught the visitors napping again in the sixty third minute. A shot came in which was saved well by Mowat however found its way to the feet of the striker who had the goal at his mercy. 6-3. 
Dyce hadn’t finished with Fraserburgh though good play by Matthew Tough on the right hand side as he fizzed in a low cross across the face of goal and none other than Massie was on hand to tap it home, the midfielder proving he can score every type of goal, 7-3. 
The action hadn’t stopped there though as Fraserburgh had one more effort at goal, Mowat didn’t have much to do on this cold morning rather than pick the ball out of his net three times, however produced a magnificent save low to his left with only one minute to go. 
Full Time : Fraserburgh Link Up YFC Cubs 3–7 Dyce Boys Club
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