LETTER TO SCHOOLS FROM JOHN WATSON :
The Scottish Schools Football Association is delighted to be able to offer all Primary Schools the opportunity to participate in Fun Fours Football again this season. This is a FUN event for all sizes of school.
FUN FOURS RULES
The rules of Association Football as determined by FIFA and the International F.A. Board will apply to four-a-side games, except in the following cases:
LAW 1 THE FIELD OF PLAY
a) The field of play shall be rectangular and shall measure a maximum of 35m. x 25m..
b) There shall be two goals of maximum size 5m. x 2m. each but smaller may be used.
LAW 2- THE BALL
a) The match ball shall be size 4.
LAW 3 THE NUMBER OF PLAYERS
a) The maximum number of players in a team shall be 6, of whom four can be on the field of play at any given time. (4 outfield players and no goalkeeper)
b) Players can be substituted at any point in the game.
c) Players who have been substituted can be reintroduced to the game at a later stage. (rolling substitutes)
d) In the finals event, each team will consist of 7 players of whom 3 will be substitutes.
LAW 4 DURATION OF THE GAME
a) The game shall last for ten minutes and there shall be no half time break.
LAW 5 OFFSIDE
a) There will be no offside in play.
LAW 6 INFRINGEMENTS AND FOUL PLAY
a) All free kicks awarded for infringements or foul play shall be direct,
b) Opposition players must be at least 6 metres from the ball at all free kicks and kick ins.
LAW 7 STARTING AND RE-STARTING THE GAME
a) The game shall be started with a centre ball.
2. The game shall be re-started with a centre ball after a goal is scored.
3. The game shall be re-started with a kick in if the ball goes out of play.
d) A goal cannot be scored straight from a kick in.
If any event requires progression to a further stage, winners will be decided by the following process:
1) The team scoring the greatest number of goals if still equal
NB If the goal difference in any game reaches NINE, the game should stop
2) The result between the equal teams if still equal
3) A sudden death shoot out from a mark 7 metres from the goal
A player may stand between the goal posts for the shoot out but may not use his / her hands to stop the ball.
Handling the ball in this instance will result in the award of a goal.
a) All players must wear shin pads.
b) Metal studs are suitable for grass fields only.
c) Glasses may be worn provided they have safety frames and lenses.
|2012|| Dublin ||2 - 0|
|2011|| New competition - no previous winners so far|
|1978||North of Scotland|
|1987||Lanarkshire / Dumfries & Galloway *|
|2010||Dumfries & Galloway|
|Life Membership||As per Constitution article 12||Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee|| |
Nominations by 30 April each yearDecision at AGM
|September or January Council Meeting|
|Honorary Vice Presidency||As per Constitution article 12||President’s Committee|| |
Nominations by 30 April each yearDecision at AGM
|September or January Council Meeting|
|40 Year Award||For 40 years service to schools’ football||Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee||Nominations by 30 September each year for PC to consider||Internationals / Cup Finals during the Spring|
|30 Year Award||For 30 years service to schools’ football||Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee||Nominations by 30 September each year for PC to consider||Internationals / Cup Finals during the Spring|
|20 Year Award||For 20 years service to schools’ football||Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee||Nominations by 30 September each year for PC to consider||Internationals / Cup Finals during the Spring|
|Honorary Patronship||Non Teachers who have made a significant personal contribution to schools’ football||President’s Committee||Nominations by 31 December each year|| Internationals / Cup Finals during the Spring |
|School Of The Year Award||A school which has achieved outstanding success during the previous calendar year||Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee||Nominations in October / November each year, PC to select by 30 November||Presentation made in December or January|
|Schools’ Football Volunteer of the Year Award||A Teacher or Non Teacher who has made an exceptional contribution to schools’ football||Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee|| |
Nominations by 31 March each yearPC to select by 30 April
|Special Awards|| |
May be made to individual schools or local associations as appropriate at the discretion of the President’s Committee
|Local Associations / Schools to the President’s Committee||Nominations at any given time of the year||As appropriate – e.g. at an event or at the recipient’s school|
General format - 16 teams (A / B teams from Aberdeen, Angus, Dumfries & Galloway, Dundee, East Ayrshire, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Paisley) play in 4 groups of 4, then the winners of each group play one another, 2nd placed teams play one another, 3rd placed teams play one another and 4th placed teams play one another, so every team is guaranteed 6 games (12 minutes straight).
There are 3 tournaments this season, the 1st indoors at Ravenscraig, Motherwell (3 Feb), the 2nd indoors at Toryglen, Glasgow (14 Mar), the 3rd outdoors at Wardie, Edinburgh (Fri 13 May).
Fri 13th May, Wardie
Dundee A started badly against Paisley A, conceding a goal in the first ten seconds, and ended up losing 2-0 - Paisley A finished the day in top place however. In their second game Dundee A fell two goals behind to Angus B but recovered to earn a 2-2 draw with a goal from Adam Brown and a header from Kieran Conway. In the third group game Dundee A scored twice against Glasgow B, Kyle Anderson and Jay Foran netting to earn a 2-0 win. In the final group game Paisley A beat Angus B 1-0 which put Dundee A into second place on goals scored above Angus B who had the same goal difference.
Dundee B played their opening game against Dumfries & Galloway B. The B team performed well against one of the more fancied teams and a goal by David Muirhead gave Dundee B a 1-0 win. Buoyed by this result Dundee B then beat East Ayrshire A 1-0, Taylor Carroll grabbing the goal this time. In the third group game Dundee B found it difficult against Aberdeen A and lost 3-0 to a team who had not scored in their first two games. In the final group game a win for either East Ayrshire A or Dumfries & Galloway B would have put Dundee B in second place but a goalless draw meant that Dundee B finished in top place.
DUNDEE B (GREEN) LOOK ON AS THE TWO EDINBURGH TEAMS FIGHT FOR THE BALL
In the second phase games Dundee B faced the two Edinburgh teams and Paisley A in the top group. It started well for the B team with a 1-0 win over Edinburgh A with a goal from Javade Rashid. Dundee B then went down 2-0 to Paisley A, just as the A team had done in the first phase, and finished with a 1-0 defeat against Edinburgh B, so finished 4th in the top group.
Meanwhile Dundee A started the second phase with a 0-0 draw against Aberdeen B, then went two down to Dumfries & Galloway B before Kyle Anderson scored a late consolation in a 2-1 defeat. But the A team finished with a win against Paisley B, Kieran Conway scoring with a fierce shot from well outside the box, Paisley B then equalising but Adam Brown shot home for the winner in a 2-1 victory. With points and goal difference exactly the same as Paisley B, it came down to the head-to-head result, so Dundee A pipped Paisley B to second place in the second group behind Aberdeen B, courtesy of the win in the last game.
At the end of the day Dundee finished 4th and 6th out of 16, so it was a creditable performance from both teams. On the day Dundee finished 4th out of 8 regions, and in the overall rankings also finished 4th. Edinburgh overtook Dumfries & Galloway to top the table at the end of the tournament, with Paisley in 3rd place.
NOT A GOAL THIS TIME v. ABERDEEN B BUT ADAM BROWN, KIERAN CONWAY AND KYLE ANDERSON ALL SCORED TWO GOALS AT WARDIE IN THE THIRD PRIMARY INTER-ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT
1st phase results :
Dundee A 0 Paisley A 2
Dundee A 2 (Brown, K.Conway) Angus B 2
Dundee A 2 (Anderson, Foran) Glasgow B 0
Dumfries & Galloway B 0 Dundee B 1 (D.Muirhead)
East Ayrshire A 0 Dundee B 1 (Carroll)
Aberdeen A 3 Dundee B 0
2nd phase results :
Aberdeen B 0 Dundee A 0
Dundee A 1 (Anderson) Dumfries & Galloway B 2
Dundee A 2 (K.Conway, Brown) Paisley B 1
Edinburgh A 0 Dundee B 1 (Rashid)
Paisley A 2 Dundee B 0
Edinburgh B 1 Dundee B 0
Click here for the full results.
Dundee A :
Liam Fitzsimmons and Ryan Taylor were unavailable on the day.
Mon 14th Mar, Toryglen
Dundee A started brightly against Angus A and won 5-1 with five different scorers. Bradley Etchells opened the account for the As, swiftly followed by Jay Foran and Brandon Hawes. Angus A pulled one back but Dundee A added two more through Blair Whyte and Adam Brown. Brandon Hawes was on target again in the second game when he equalised against Aberdeen B but Aberdeen B won the game 2-1. Dundee A got back to winning ways in the next game, beating East Ayrshire 2-0 with goals from Bradley Etchells and Blair Whyte. So Dundee A finished second behind Aberdeen B at the end of the first phase.
Dundee B enjoyed a see-saw game v. Edinburgh B and were unlucky to lose 3-2 against the team who ended the day second overall. Liam Fitzsimmons scored the first goal, but Edinburgh B equalised. Dundee B regained the lead with a superb solo goal from David Muirhead who ran from the halfway line beating several players before netting. However Edinburgh B came back to score twice and win the game. Unfortunately the Bs had their playing time mysteriously cut short in the second game when only 8 minutes were played instead of 12 - the score at the time was 1-0 to Glasgow A and that is how it finished. The last game also ended in defeat, 2-0 to Paisley A. Three defeats meant that the Bs would go into the 4th group for the second phase.
Dundee A continued their run of unbeaten 2nd phase games, with a win and two draws. The first game was a 2-0 win against East Ayrshire A, with Adam Brown involved in both goals - first he ran from the halfway line and was poised to shoot when a defender got his foot to the ball first to score an unfortunate own goal, then Adam made sure the next was credited to himself with a firm shot off the far post. The second game against Paisley A was a 1-1 draw, Adam Brown on the score-sheet again and the last game against Edinburgh A was also drawn, this time 2-2 with Kyle Anderson scoring both goals. So the A team finished top of the second group on goal difference from Paisley A.
In the 2nd phase Dundee B got some rewards for their efforts with a win, a draw and a defeat. The first game was a 1-1 draw against Aberdeen A, Dundee scoring first through Liam Fitzsimmons before conceding an equaliser. In the second game East Ayrshire B took an early lead and Dundee B were always playing catch-up - David Muirhead pulled one back when 2-0 down, but East Ayrshire went 3-1 ahead before Liam Fitzsimmons made the final score 3-2 in favour of East Ayrshire B. The last game saw Dundee B gain their first win against neighbours Angus B - David Muirhead scored a hat-trick to put Dundee 3 up, Taylor Carroll added a fourth and Liam Fitzsimmons finished good work by Liam Clarke to make it 5 before Angus scored a late consolation, so the final score was Dundee B 5 Angus B 1. The Bs finished 2nd in their group.
1st phase results :
Angus A 1 Dundee A 5 (Etchells, Foran, Hawes, Whyte, Brown)
Dundee A 1 (Hawes) Aberdeen B 2
Dundee A 2 (Etchells, Whyte) East Ayrshire B 0
Dundee B 2 (Fitzsimmons, D.Muirhead) Edinburgh B 3
Glasgow A 1 Dundee B 0
Paisley A 2 Dundee B 0
2nd phase results :
East Ayrshire A 0 Dundee A 2 (E.Ayrshire og, Brown)
Paisley A 1 Dundee A 1 (Brown)
Edinburgh A 2 Dundee A 2 (Anderson 2)
Aberdeen A 1 Dundee B 1 (Fitzsimmons)
Dundee B 2 (D.Muirhead, Fitzsimmons) East Ayrshire B 3
Dundee B 5 (D.Muirhead 3, Carroll, Fitzsimmons) Angus B 1
Click here for the full results.
Dundee A :
JAY FORAN (8) WALTZES PAST ANGUS DEFENDERS TO SCORE A GREAT SOLO GOAL AT TORYGLEN
Thur 3rd Feb, Ravenscraig Indoor Arena, Motherwell :
Dundee A kicked off with a 1-0 defeat to Dumfries & Galloway A but found their feet in the second game with a good display v. Glasgow A - Bradley Etchells opened the scoring, Kyle Anderson added another, near the end a Glasgow own goal and a second from Bradley gave the A team an important 4-0 win. With the other teams dropping points against each other, it meant a Dundee win in the last game would see them top the group - it was a close game against Edinburgh B but an early goal by Blair Whyte gave Dundee A a 1-0 victory to end 1st after the first session.
Meanwhile Dundee B started with a 3-1 defeat against Dumfries & Galloway B, David Muirhead pulling one back when trailing 2-0 but a late D&G goal wrapped it up. D&G's 2nd goal was an unstoppable shot which even the Dundee supporters applauded. In the second game Liam Fitzsimmons put Dundee ahead against Paisley A but then the Bs surrendered the lead and lost 2-1. The last game was an improvement with Dundee B putting 5 past neighbours Angus A to secure third spot - David Muirhead was on target again, Liam Fitzsimmons scored two, an own goal from Angus and a strike from Liam Clarke gave Dundee B a 5-0 win.
In the 2nd phase Dundee B met all the other teams who had ended 3rd in their sections. In their first match David Muirhead scored but the Bs lost 2-1 to Dumfries & Galloway A, who were the only team to beat Dundee A all day. Then the Bs took on Aberdeen A and looked like they were heading for a win thanks to a goal from Liam Clarke, but having survived a few scares Dundee threw it away at the end with defensive lapses and lost 2-1. Pride was restored in the final game with a 2-2 draw against Angus B, Scott Cole scoring his first goal and David Muirhead grabbing a late equaliser.
Back with the A team the games against the other group winners were eagerly anticipated. And there was no disappointment as the top group served up some cracking games. In the end Dundee A drew all their games but they were all dramatic and competitive encounters. The first game against Dumfries & Galloway B, who had already beaten Dundee B, saw Dundee A heading for a win through a fierce strike from distance from Kieran Conway and a close-range effort from Bradley Etchells but D&G fought back in the later stages to earn a 2-2 draw. Then Adam Brown scored a good goal against East Ayrshire A who snatched a point in an excellent game with a last-minute equaliser, 1-1. The tables were turned in the final game against Glasgow A. It was another exciting with both sides having chances and Dundee having to defend well at times. With 30 seconds left it looked all over as Glasgow A scored to lead 1-0. But with only 2 seconds left Adam Brown hit a superb right-foot shot from outside the box through a ruck of players, it struck the inside of the left-hand post and bounced behind the line for a well-deserved equaliser, final score 1-1.
So Dundee A finished 3rd in their group, Dundee B 4th in theirs, and when all the points are added up Dundee lie 3rd equal, so there is much to play for in the 2nd and 3rd tournaments. See all the details here.
1st phase results :
Dumfries & Galloway A 1 Dundee A 0
Dundee A 4 (Etchells 2, Anderson, Glasgow og) Glasgow B 0
Dundee A 1 (Whyte) Edinburgh B 0
Dundee B 1 (D.Muirhead) Dumfries & Galloway B 3
Paisley A 2 Dundee B 1 (Fitzsimmons)
Angus A 0 Dundee B 5 (D.Muirhead, Angus og, Fitzsimmons 2, Clarke)
2nd phase results :
Dumfries & Galloway B 2 Dundee A 2 (K.Conway, Etchells)
East Ayrshire A 1 Dundee A 1 (Brown)
Glasgow A 1 Dundee A 1 (Brown)
Dundee B 1 (D.Muirhead) Dumfries & Galloway A 2
Aberdeen A 2 Dundee B 1 (Clarke)
Angus B 2 Dundee B 2 (Cole, D.Muirhead)
Click here for the full results.
Dundee A :
U15 NATIONAL TROPHY Holders - East Ayrshire
North of Scotland 3 Angus 0
Fife 3 Forth Valley 2
North of Scotland 3 Fife 0
Angus 2 Forth Valley 3
Forth Valley 0 North of Scotland 0
Fife 7 Angus 0
|Group 1 ||P||W||D||L||F||A||Pts|
| North of Scotland||3||2||1||0||6||0||7|
| Fife ||3||2||0||1||10||5||6|
| Forth Valley||3||1||1||1||5||5||4|
| Group 2||P||W||D||L||F||A||Pts|
SENIOR NATIONAL TROPHY Holders - Dumfries & Galloway
North of Scotland 3 Angus 1
Fife 4 Forth Valley 4
North of Scotland 3 Fife 5
Angus 1 Forth Valley 6
Forth Valley 4 North of Scotland 0
Fife 4 Angus 2
|North of Scotland||3||1||0||2||6||10||3|
Aberdeen 5 Aberdeenshire 4
Dundee 3 (Aitken, Mann 2) Perth & Kinross 1
Aberdeen 5 Dundee 1 (Taylor)
Aberdeenshire v. Perth & Kinross
Perth & Kinross 0 Aberdeen 10
Dundee 8 (Mann 5, Taylor 2, Milne) Aberdeenshire 4
| Group 2||P||W||D||L||F||A||Pts|
| Perth & Kinross||2||0||0||2||1||13||0|
Ayrshire 17 Dundee 0 (Thursday 17th February, Portland Park, Troon Juniors, 2.00)
Fri 28 Jan - Aberdeen 3 Dundee 1
Two months after the first postponement the last game in the group was eventually played at Garthdee Astroturf. With Aberdeen having lost in Edinburgh a week earlier, the target was clear : Dundee needed to win by 3 goals to qualify in 2nd place, any other result would put Aberdeen through.
Though there had been very light snow floating down on arrival in Aberdeen, by the time the game kicked off it was bright sunshine. Dundee started brightly and created a few chances. Things looked good in the 9th minute when Darren Mackie picked up a pass outside the box on the left, held off a defender and finished high inside the near post, 0-1. However it was not long before it was all square again, as Liversedge shot home into the bottom corner in the 11th minute, with Dundee defenders claiming offside, 1-1. The game was very even now, Dundee had a few chances, and Aberdeen's Liversedge was proving a real handful with his pace - however weak finishing and some excellent saves from Chris Culloch kept the score at 1-1. Liversedge outpaced the Dundee defence in the 32nd minute but Chris Culloch produced a class save low at the far post. Halftime Aberdeen 1 Dundee 1.
BRADIE HEGGIE IN ACTION FOR THE U15s AGAINST ABERDEEN
Four minutes after the break Aberdeen took the lead as Liversedge on the right hit a shot across the keeper into the bottom corner, 2-1. In the 49th minute Chris Culloch flew across his goal to tip a 25 yard strike round the left-hand post for a corner. Shortly after Corey Gray robbed the Aberdeen keeper and nearly produced an equaliser but Aberdeen defended for a corner. Midway through the half Darren Mackie was clean through but fired wide. Then Aberdeen won a free kick on the edge of the box, switched it to the right and the incoming cross had to be kicked clear by the keeper. Dundee created danger from a free kick, Jordan Garden having a couple of attempts before Kieran Dack shot wide. With time almost up Aberdeen made the game safe when Cox lashed in a shot from the right, 3-1. There were still a few minutes to play because of various injuries - first Jordan Garden performed a stepover leading to a shot, then Aberdeen forced another great save from Chris Culloch, and just before the final whistle Aberdeen scored again but it was chalked off for offside.
Final score Aberdeen 3 Dundee 1. Man of the match was undoubtedly keeper Chris Culloch who produced some outstanding saves.
Thur 18 Nov - Dundee 2 Aberdeenshire 4
Dundee lost their second game in the group at home to Aberdeenshire by 4 goals to 2. The first half saw Dundee make several good chances but it looked like being goalless at the interval until Corey Gray scored with a minute left. Halftime Dundee 1 Aberdeenshire 0.
Five minutes into the second half Aberdeenshire scored an equaliser and keeper Chris Culloch took a knock in conceding the goal. Losing Euan Derrick from central defence early in the half also did not help as Aberdeenshire increased their lead to 3-1, making Dundee rue the chances missed in the first half. John Shields pulled one back but it was not long before Aberdeenshire regained their two-goal lead and it was enough to see out the game for the visitors. While Dundee now drop to the foot of the table there is still all to play for in the final game in Aberdeen, though it will not be easy. Dundee need to beat Aberdeen and then hope Edinburgh can also win against Aberdeen.
The last game is away to Aberdeen on Friday 26th November at Hazlehead Academy, 2.00 ........ rearranged for Friday 28th January at Garthdee Astroturf, 12.20.
Goals - Gray, Shields
DUNDEE (SKY / NAVY) AGAINST ABERDEENSHIRE (ORANGE / BLACK) IN THE U15 NATIONAL TROPHY
Fri 24 Sept - Dundee 1 Edinburgh 2
In the first game in the U15 National Trophy Group 2 Dundee suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat to Edinburgh at Riverside.
ABERDEEN (RED) TAKE THE LEAD AGAINST DUNDEE (GREEN) IN THE NATIONAL TROPHY
Thur 18 Nov - Dundee 8 Aberdeenshire 4
For the first time in several years Dundee will qualify for the knockout stage after Christmas following a great second-half performance. This game was far from easy and it was only in the last quarter of an hour that Dundee managed to move ahead. Aberdeenshire started brightly and had the Dundee defence looking uncertain as they scored in 8 minutes and went 2 up in the 14th minute. Dundee soon pulled one back with a header from Nicky Mann (17m) and Scott Taylor shot home the equaliser just inside the post ten minutes later. Ten minutes from the interval however Aberdeenshire retook the lead. Halftime Dundee 2 Aberdeenshire 3.
There was little to choose between the sides in the third quarter. Nicky Mann had an attempt blocked on the 6 yard line but the ball broke back to him and he finished for 3-3. Aberdeenshire grabbed another to regain the lead at 4-3 but Scott Taylor netted his second of the game for 4-4. Dundee upped the tempo in the last quarter and some impressive play put them well ahead by the end. First Ross Milne scored a cracking 25 yard drive past the keeper's right hand, 5-4, then Nicky Mann scored a similar goal with another fierce drive to complete his hat-trick, 6-4. Another goalbound effort beat the keeper and was saved on the line by an Aberdeenshire defender, who was shown a red card, Nicky Mann netting the resultant penalty, 7-4. Nicky Mann then notched his 5th goal of the afternoon to make the final score 8-4 in favour of Dundee.
With Aberdeenshire and Perth & Kinross still to earn their first point with only one game left, Dundee can go to Aberdeen for the last match knowing that they are already through to the knockout stage. Dundee need to win in Aberdeen to guarantee a home tie; Aberdeen's better goal difference means that an Aberdeen win or a draw would give Dundee an away tie against one of the other group winners.
The final group game away to Aberdeen is Friday 26th November at Garthdee Astroturf, 2.00 ........ rearranged for Friday 21st January.
The team against Aberdeenshire :
DUNDEE SENIORS (GREEN) AGAINST ABERDEENSHIRE (ORANGE) IN THE NATIONAL TROPHY
Tues 28 Sept - Dundee 3 Perth & Kinross 1
A gloomy day at Riverside was lit up by an entertaining game with some good football from both sides. Dundee had most of the chances in the first half-hour while Perth & Kinross had a few efforts but neither keeper was really tested. It looked like Dundee would be the first to find the target and how! In the 32nd minute a Dundee attack came to nothing and the ball broke back to Ryan Aitken 30 yards out - the ball was just crying out to be hit, Ryan had time and space to set himself and he smashed a ferocious shot into the top right corner, unstoppable for the keeper ... a candidate for Goal of the Season even this early!
Six minutes later Connaire Connelly almost repeated this with a cracking 30 yard diagonal drive which thumped off the right-hand post and bounced back into play, but soon after Perth & Kinross missed a chance for an equaliser when a low cross from the left should have been turned in at the far post however it was sidefooted wide. Halftime : Dundee 1 Perth & Kinross 0.
Soon after the restart Perth & Kinross had a dangerous free kick on the edge of the box which the keeper tipped round the post for a corner. In 51 minutes Dundee doubled their lead when a long pass from Jamie Irvine found Nicky Mann on the left at the edge of the penalty area and he shot home under the diving keeper's body, 2-0.
Perth & Kinross were not giving up and created several dangerous opportunities. In the 64th minute a long-range shot from Fraser Smith was well saved at the far post by Anton Mordente who only saw it late through the ruck of players. A minute later P&K beat the offside trap as well as the onrushing keeper but last-ditch defending forced the shot to be placed wide of the post. It was only a matter of time before P&K's efforts were rewarded and in the 71st minute Sean McLauchlan beat the keeper in a race to the ball on the edge of the box and his right-foot shot struck the far post and bounced in, 2-1. In the next 5 minutes P&K hit the sidenet and Fraser Smith struck another shot from distance which the keeper just managed to keep out.
With Perth & Kinross looking like they were on course for an equaliser Dundee settled the match in the 80th minute as Nicky Mann took the ball into the box on the left, drew the keeper and slotted home from an acute angle to put the result beyond doubt.
Final score : Dundee 3 Perth & Kinross 1.
The team against Perth & Kinross :
Mordente, Ferrie, Irvine, Greig, Aitken, Taylor, Milne, Connelly, McGregor, MacDonald, Mann
Subs (both played) : Lawson, Dyer
Unavailable : Gordon, Rae
Goals - Aitken, Mann 2
Dundee Senior squad :
Gary Greig, Ross Milne (Baldragon),
Ryan Aitken, Scott Gordon, James Lawson, David Rae, Scott Taylor (Morgan),
Connaire Connelly, Shaun Dyer, Matthew Ferrie, Jamie Irvine, Conor MacDonald*, Nicky Mann, James McGregor, Anton Mordente (St.John's)
*Conor has now left school
Goalscorers : Nicky Mann 7, Scott Taylor 3, Ryan Aitken 1, Ross Milne 1
LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND FUN FOURS (for P5 and under)
GLEBE FROM IRVINE v. COMRIE (STRIPES) above AND v. BIRKHILL (GREEN / BLACK) below
BIRKHILL (GREEN / BLACK) v. BROOMHILL FROM ABERDEEN
BURNSIDE (RED / BLACK) CHASE LONGFORGAN (YELLOW / BLACK) IN THE LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND SOCCER SEVENS
GROVE (NAVY) CLEAR A CORNER FROM FORFAR (MAROON) IN THE LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND U13 SHIELD 2nd ROUND
MONIFIETH (SKY) AND CRIEFF HIGH (RED) IN THE LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND U13 SHIELD
(only games with kick-off times next to them are confirmed)
Tuesday 13th September
Arab Trust DFCSS Section C
Craigiebarns v. Dens Road (Gussie Park, 3.40)
Tuesday 20th September
Arab Trust DFCSS Section C
Dens Road v. Claypotts Castle (Gussie Park, 3.40)
Wednesday 21st September
Dundee Girls Football League
Dens Road v. St.Vincent's (Gussie Park, 3.30)
GOWRIEHILL (ALL BLUE) FIND THE BALL FIRST IN THE AUTUMN LEAVES v. HILLSIDE (YELLOW / BLUE)
Click on the photo for the picture story of the match, using the View as Slideshow option
DFCSS ARAB TRUST PRIMARY LEAGUES
ANCRUM ROAD (BLUE) v. ST.JOSEPH'S (YELLOW / BLUE) IN THE SECTION A GAME AT LOCHEE PARK
ST.MARY'S (SKY) AND ST.JOSEPH'S (YELLOW / BLUE) IN THE LINTON CUP SEMIFINAL
CRAIGOWL (GREEN / BLACK) WIN DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION B WITH 8 WINS OUT OF 8
CRAIGOWL (WHITE) ATTACK AGAINST BIRKHILL (STRIPES) IN DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION B .....
..... AND DEFEND AGAINST ST.ANDREW'S (BLUE)
DOWNFIELD (WHITE) IN THE CAMERON CUP SEMIFINAL AGAINST BIRKHILL (GREEN / BLACK)
ARAB TRUST DFCSS PRIMARY LEAGUES
SS PETER & PAUL (YELLOW) ON THE BALL v. CRAIGIEBARNS (RED) - ROWAN GORILLA OIL RIG HAS A GRANDSTAND VIEW
SS PETER & PAUL (YELLOW) v. CLEPINGTON (BLUE) IN ARAB TRUST DFCSS SECTION C
BARNHILL (BLUE BIBS / GREEN) ATTACK AGAINST LONGHAUGH (YELLOW) IN ARAB TRUST DFCSS SECTION D
BELOW : ST.LUKE'S & ST.MATTHEW'S (BLACK / WHITE) v. EASTERN (WHITE / RED) IN THE BURGESS CUP
Small Schools League
OUR LADY'S (YELLOW / BLUE) IN SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE ACTION v. ST.CLEMENT'S (NAVY)
SS PETER & PAUL (YELLOW / BLACK) v. EASTERN (WHITE / RED) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP
BARNHILL (YELLOW / GREEN / BIBS) v. SS PETER & PAUL (YELLOW / BLACK) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP
Junior Sports Cup 1st Round
CRAIGIEBARNS (RED / WHITE) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP FINAL v. FORTHILL (SKY / NAVY)
ST.LUKE'S & ST.MATTHEW'S (RED / BLACK) DRIVE BETWEEN THE CLAYPOTTS GIRLS IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP
CRAIGIEBARNS (RED / WHITE) v. CRAIGOWL (GREEN / BLACK) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS SEMIFINAL
FORTHILL FINISH SEASON 2010-11 WINNING THE NEIL GLEN TROPHY
FORTHILL POSE WITH THE NEIL GLEN TROPHY ALONG WITH CHRIS BENNISON, COLIN STEWART (ARAB TRUST) AND MARLYN GLEN
NEIL GLEN TROPHY ACTION - CRAIGOWL (GREEN / BLACK), DOWNFIELD (WHITE / PURPLE), FORTHILL (NAVY / SKY SLEEVES), GLEBELANDS (SKY / WHITE STRIPES), ST.MARY'S (SKY TOPS, NAVY SHORTS), SS PETER & PAUL (YELLOW / BLACK)
For more photos go to the Archives page and search for the word "special".
SEASON NEARS THE END - SUCCESS FOR FORTHILL, GOWRIEHILL, LONGHAUGH, ARBROATH HIGH, MONIFIETH AND ST.PAUL'S
LEAGUE WINS FOR CRAIGOWL, ST.MARY'S, ST.CLEMENT'S AND BRAEVIEW
Thur 16 Jun - Craigowl won DFCSS Arab Trust Section B beating Downfield 4-2 in their last match to finish with eight wins out of eight, just days after losing to Downfield on penalties in the Cameron Cup Final. St.Mary's also won all their matches to clinch Section A, and St.Clement's retain the Small Schools League title. Braeview win the Arab Trust U16 Champions League. St.Mary's, St.Clement's and Braeview all do the league and cup double. There are just a couple of titles to decide next week.
CRAIGOWL WITH THE DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION B SHIELD
PRIMARY FINALS - WINS FOR GLEBELANDS, FORTHILL, ST.MARY'S, SS PETER & PAUL,
ST.CLEMENT'S, DOWNFIELD AND CRAIGIEBARNS
Monday 6th June : Thomson Cup Final : Glebelands 7 Craigiebarns 5 See match report
CRAIGIEBARNS (RED / WHITE) v. GLEBELANDS (SKY / WHITE) IN A TREMENDOUS THOMSON CUP FINAL
Burgess Cup Final : Forthill 6 Eastern 1 See match report
FORTHILL LIFT THE BURGESS CUP
Wednesday 8th June : Linton Cup Final : Ancrum Road 2 St.Mary's 3 aet See match report
BRIAN RICE (ST.MARY'S) RECEIVES THE ROSS KIRK MAN OF THE MATCH TROPHY FROM MR.LOWDEN, DSFA PRESIDENT
Fairtrade Football Rock Cup Final : St.Luke's & St.Matthew's 1 SS Peter & Paul 6 See match report
SS PETER & PAUL JUMP FOR JOY WITH THE ROCK CUP
Friday 10th June : Angus Trophy Centre Small Schools Cup Final : St.Fergus 2 St.Clement's 7 See match report
ST.CLEMENT'S (NAVY) AND ST.FERGUS (MAROON) IN THE ANGUS TROPHY CENTRE SMALL SCHOOLS CUP
Cameron Cup Final : Craigowl 1 Downfield 1 (10-11 pens) See match report
DOWNFIELD RECEIVE THE CAMERON CUP FROM DSFA PRESIDENT MR.LOWDEN
Junior Sports Cup Final : Craigiebarns 1 Forthill 0 See match report
CRAIGIEBARNS CELEBRATE AS THE FINAL WHISTLE SOUNDS IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP
CRAIGIE WIN DFCSS U14 LEAGUE
Tues 7 Jun - Craigie wrapped up the U14 League in their final game of the season. Just needing to avoid defeat in their game against Menzieshill, Craigie took a 1-0 lead in the 12th minute to put one hand on the shield. Menzieshill struck the post in the first half but the ball bounced away. Conditions were tricky throughout as the heavy rain did not let up till near the end of the game. Chances were kept to a minimum with both keepers in good form, however Menzieshill grabbed a late equaliser to give Craigie a nervy ending. Craigie saw out the last minute of time added on, and the final whistle led to excited celebrations.
CRAIGIE WITH THE DFCSS U14 CHAMPIONSHIP SHIELD
MENZIESHILL RETAIN U17 GRANT TROPHY
Thur 2 Jun - In the last of the Secondary Finals Menzieshill came from behind to retain the U17 George Grant Memorial Trophy with a 3-2 victory over Morgan. Morgan fought all the way to try to grab an equaliser in an exciting game. See match report.
COUNCILLOR FORDYCE PRESENTS MENZIESHILL WITH THE GRANT TROPHY
GROVE AND BRAEVIEW WIN IN WHITTON PARK DOUBLE HEADER
Tues 31 May - In a double-header of Secondary Finals at Whitton Park (courtesy of Broughty Athletic), Grove and Braeview emerged victorious. See full reports.
Grove won the U13 Logie Cup for the third year in a row by beating St.Paul's 4-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
GROVE SCORED ALL THEIR PENALTIES IN THE U13 LOGIE CUP FINAL SHOOT-OUT
Braeview won the U16 Robert Caira Memorial Trophy with a 2-0 win over St.John's. It is the first time Braeview have won the Caira Trophy but it is the second trophy in a month for the U16s, adding to their Dundee United Cup win.
DOWNFIELD WIN BANKS TROPHY
Fri 20 May - In a 7 team tournament at Gussie Park Downfield won all their games to lift the Banks Trophy 5-a-sides. Dens Road were runners-up. See full results.
DOWNFIELD WITH THE BANKS TROPHY
SS PETER & PAUL WIN SECTION CWed 18 May - SS Peter & Paul won Arab Trust DFCSS Section C even though they did not play. SSPP won all their games until their last match when a defeat against Glebelands threw all the cards in the air. Dens Road and Craigiebarns had to win their remaining games to catch SSPP but a 2-2 draw between Dens Road and Craigiebarns meant they knocked each other out of contention and SS Peter & Paul could celebrate the League title. More will be decided in the next few very busy weeks.
BALDRAGON WIN SENIOR LEAGUE
Fri 13 May - Baldragon Seniors beat Morgan 2-1 in the last DFCSS Arab Trust Senior Champions League game for the two teams. Baldragon won all their Champions League games to put the title beyond the reach of Menzieshill, and it is the second successive title for Baldragon Seniors. Other league championships will be decided in the next few weeks.
PRIMARY TOURNAMENT AT WARDIE
DAVID MUIRHEAD FOR DUNDEE B AGAINST DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY B IN A GOOD DAY OUT IN EDINBURGH
TANNADICE FINAL WINS FOR BRAEVIEW AND ST.JOHN'S
Wed 11 May - Braeview lifted the U16 Dundee United Cup (sponsored by Arab Trust) with a 7-1 win over Morgan at Tannadice.
BRAEVIEW (MAROON) AND MORGAN (YELLOW) IN THE U16 DUNDEE UNITED CUP FINAL (SPONSORED BY ARAB TRUST)
The second game was a thriller as St.John's and Morgan competed for the Senior Johnston Trophy. Morgan opened the scoring but St.John's turned it around to lead 3-1 at the interval. Morgan scored twice in the last fifteen minutes to equalise at 3-3 and take the game to a penalties. St.John's won an exciting penalty shoot-out 8-7 to win the cup.
Connor MacLeod who scored twice for Morgan won the Lee Walker Man of the Match Award. See match reports.
Wed 4 May - St.John's won the U14 Urquhart Trophy Final (sponsored by the Dee Club) with a 5-0 victory over Baldragon in the first of a double-header at Dens Park. Aiden Benvie who scored a hat-trick won the Man of the Match Award presented by DFCSS.
In the second game Grove beat Monifieth 2-0 in the U15 Senior Sports Cup Final (sponsored by DFCSS), with two-goal Darren Mackie winning the Man of the Match Award presented by DFCSS. See match reports.
ST.JOHN'S LIFT THE U14 URQUHART TROPHY AT DENS
Tuesday 28th June
Forthill won the Neil Glen Trophy (in conjunction with Arab Trust) in an excellent competition at Gussie Park featuring many of the best Primary teams in town. Forthill won the trophy for the second time with an unbeaten run against Craigowl, Downfield, Glebelands, St.Mary's and SS Peter & Paul. Downfield won the runners-up medals on goal difference from St.Mary's and Craigowl. Craigiebarns and St.Clement's were unable to attend but the teams who were present all showed why they had won leagues and cups this year in a fitting end to the season. Full results at the top of the Primary page. Photos are now added to the Primary page - search for the words "Photo special".
FORTHILL (SKY / NAVY) WENT UNDEFEATED AT GUSSIE PARK TO WIN THE NEIL GLEN TROPHY
Birkhill beat St.Andrew's 4-2 in the last Dundee Girls Football League West game.
Thursday 23rd June
Birkhill v. St.Andrew's in the Dundee Girls Football League East was abandoned after 20 minutes because of the thunderstorm and will be replayed next week.
Arbroath High beat Brechin 4-1 in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League to become league champions. Carnoustie v. Forfar was put off with the lunchtime downpour flooding the pitch.
St.Paul's beat Menzieshill 9-2 in the DFCSS U13 Champions League to win the league. Just needing to avoid defeat, St.Paul's fell behind early on but came back strongly to win convincingly in the end. Best goal of the day however was Menzieshill's second, a tremendous 40-yard strike which went in off the far post. Well done to all the players for braving horrendous conditions at the start - thunder, lightning, hailstones and torrential rain helped flood the streets outside but the astroturf was in perfect condition and the sun came out for the second half, as the Secondary season drew to a close.
ST.PAUL'S (GREEN) ON THE ATTACK v. MENZIESHILL (RED / BLACK) IN THE LAST SECONDARY GAME OF THE SEASON ......
...... TO WIN THE DFCSS U13 LEAGUE TITLE
Wednesday 22nd June
Longhaugh beat Glebelands 7-2 in the Dundee Girls Football League East to clinch the title.
LONGHAUGH (YELLOW) WON THE DGFL EAST IN THEIR LAST MATCH v. GLEBELANDS (NAVY)
Tuesday 21st June
Monifieth beat Grove 5-1 in the Arab Trust U15 Champions League to win the championship. See match report.
GROVE (WHITE) AND MONIFIETH (SKY) IN THE ARAB TRUST U15 LEAGUE DECIDER
Thursday 16th June
Both games today turned the tables on recent cup final penalty shoot-out defeats :
Craigowl beat Downfield 4-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B to claim the league title. See match report.
CRAIGOWL (GREEN / BLACK) BEAT DOWNFIELD (WHITE) TO WIN DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION B
St.Paul's beat Grove 3-1 in the DFCSS U13 Champions League.
Tuesday 14th June
Dens Road beat St.Luke's & St.Matthew's 3-2, Glebelands beat Eastern 5-0 and Longhaugh beat Inverbrothock 4-3 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Monday 13th June
Arbroath High drew 3-3 with Webster's in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League, Webster's equalising late in the game with 2 goals. Arbroath High need a draw in their last match with Brechin to win the title.
St.Vincent's beat Eastern 1-0 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Friday 10th June
St.Clement's beat St.Fergus 7-2 to retain the Angus Trophy Centre Small Schools Cup. See match report
CIARAN CONWAY (ST.CLEMENT'S) GETS HIS HANDS ON THE ANGUS TROPHY CENTRE SMALL SCHOOLS CUP
Downfield beat Craigowl 11-10 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Cameron Cup Final. Connor Coupe (Downfield) won the Stephen Gowans Man of the Match Trophy. See match report
CONNOR COUPE (DOWNFIELD) RECEIVES THE STEPHEN GOWANS MAN OF THE MATCH AWARD FROM MR.GOWANS
Craigiebarns beat Forthill 1-0 in the Junior Sports Cup Final. Adam Brown (Forthill) won the Bill Ferrier Memorial Trophy as Man of the Match. See match report
ADAM BROWN (FORTHILL) RECEIVES THE BILL FERRIER MEMORIAL TROPHY FROM MR.LOWDEN ........
KYLE ANDERSON (CENTRE) SCORED THE ONLY GOAL TO GIVE CRAIGIEBARNS THEIR FIRST EVER JUNIOR SPORTS CUP WIN
St.Mary's beat Hillside 3-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A to win the league and do the double with their win on Wednesday in the Linton Cup.
St.Clement's win the Arab Trust DFCSS Small Schools League for the second year in a row.
Thursday 9th June
Hillside beat St.Clement's 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
Wednesday 8th June
St.Mary's beat Ancrum Road 3-2 after extra time in the Linton Cup Final. See match report
SS Peter & Paul beat St.Luke's & St.Matthew's 6-1 in the Fairtrade Football Rock Cup Final. See match report
ST.LUKE'S & ST.MATTHEW'S (BLACK / WHITE STRIPES) v. SS PETER & PAUL (YELLOW) IN THE ROCK CUP FINAL
Tuesday 7th June
Longhaugh beat Barnhill 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League East, and in the West Hillside beat St.Joseph's 5-1.
Craigie drew 1-1 with Menzieshill in the DFCSS U14 Champions League to win the league title. Craigie just needed to avoid defeat in their last game and led from the 12th minute, but a last-minute equaliser from the visitors made for a nervy ending.
CRAIGIE (NAVY) DEFEND AGAINST MENZIESHILL (RED) TO WIN THE DFCSS U14 LEAGUE
Monday 6th June
St.Clement's beat Whitfield 7-2 in the Angus Trophy Centre Small Schools Cup Semifinal to face St.Fergus in Friday's final.
Glebelands beat Craigiebarns 7-5 in an excellent Thomson Cup Final. See match report.
Forthill beat Eastern 6-1 in the Burgess Cup Final. See match report.
St.Paul's beat Morgan 8-1 in the DFCSS U13 Champions League.
Played last week - Claypotts Castle and Dens Road drew 4-4 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C.
CUP FINAL ACTION FROM ELLIOT ROAD - GLEBELANDS (SKY / WHITE) v. CRAIGIEBARNS (RED / WHITE) IN THE THOMSON CUP,
FORTHILL (NAVY) v. EASTERN (WHITE / RED) IN THE BURGESS CUP
Friday 3rd June
Birkhill, Comrie and St.John's Ac.Primary (Perth) took part in the Lloyds TSB Scotland National Fun Fours Finals at Meggetland, Edinburgh.
For more photos go to the East Region page.
BIRKHILL (GREEN / BLACK) v. CAMBUSNETHAN FROM WISHAW IN THE FUN FOURS
COMRIE (BLUE / WHITE STRIPES) TAKE ON KING'S ROAD FROM ROSYTH
ST.JOHN'S ACADEMY PRIMARY FROM PERTH (GREEN) IN FUN FOURS ACTION v. DRONGAN FROM AYRSHIRE
Thursday 2nd June
Downfield beat St.Andrew's 7-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B.
Forthill beat SS Peter & Paul 4-3 in the Junior Sports Cup Semifinal.
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat St.Joseph's 3-2 in the Rock Cup Semifinal.
Menzieshill came from 2 down to beat Morgan 3-2 in the U17 Grant Trophy Final. See match report.
Gowriehill beat St.Clement's 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West to wrap up the title.
MORGAN (YELLOW) v. MENZIESHILL (GREEN) IN THE U17 GEORGE GRANT MEMORIAL TROPHY FINAL
Wednesday 1st June
Craigiebarns beat Craigowl 2-1 in the first Junior Sports Cup Semifinal, the second semi is tomorrow.
CRAIGIEBARNS (RED / WHITE) BEAT CRAIGOWL (GREEN / BLACK) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP SEMIFINAL
Glebelands beat Rowantree 7-2 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C.
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat St.Vincent's 7-2 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Tuesday 31st May
Grove beat St.Paul's on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the U13 Logie Cup Final at Whitton Park. St.Paul's scored after 20 minutes but Grove equalised midway through the second half. In the penalty shoot-out Grove scored all theirs while St.Paul's struck the bar and fired one over to give Grove victory 4-2 on penalties and win their third Logie Cup in succession.
GROVE (NAVY) DEFEND A CORNER AGAINST ST.PAUL'S (GREEN) IN THE U13 LOGIE CUP FINAL
Braeview beat St.John's 2-0 in the U16 Robert Caira Memorial Trophy Final. A goal in each half secured the trophy for Braeview at Whitton Park, their second trophy in a matter of weeks, after lifting the Dundee United Cup at Tannadice.
ST.JOHN'S KEEPER PUNCHES AWAY AN ATTACK FROM BRAEVIEW (MAROON) IN THE U16 CAIRA TROPHY FINAL
Glebelands beat Claypotts Castle 7-2 in the Thomson Cup Semifinal and now play Craigiebarns in the final.
Grove v. Braeview in the DFCSS U14 Champions League was postponed.
Thursday 26th May
Downfield beat Birkhill 5-0 in the Cameron Cup Semifinal and now play Craigowl in the final.
Craigiebarns beat Rowantree 5-3 in the Thomson Cup Semifinal and will play Glebelands or Claypotts Castle in the final.
SS Peter & Paul beat St.Mary's 3-2 in the Fairtrade Football Rock Cup Semifinal and will play St.Luke's & St.Matthew's or St.Joseph's in the final.
Ardler beat St.Fergus 8-3 after trailing 3-1 in the DFCSS Arab Trust Small Schools League.
Arbroath Academy and Montrose shared the spoils in a super 5-5 draw in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League - see match report
ARBROATH ACADEMY (BLACK) AND MONTROSE (BLUE / YELLOW ) IN ACTION IN THE 5-5 DRAW
Wednesday 25th May
Forthill beat St.Luke's & St.Matthew's 5-0 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section D.
Craigie beat Braeview 4-2 in the DFCSS U14 Champions League.
Tuesday 24th May
Gowriehill beat Ardler 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
Forfar beat Montrose 9-0 in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League. Arbroath High v. Webster's was put off by the weather.
Grove beat Morgan 4-1 in the DFCSS U13 Champions League.
Monday 23rd May
The first Junior Sports Cup Semifinal between Craigiebarns and Craigowl was put off because of the horrendous gale force winds - to be rearranged for next week.
Friday 20th May
Downfield won the Banks Trophy 5-a-sides at Gussie Park, Dens Road were runners-up. See full results.
St.Mary's beat St.Joseph's 1-0 in the Linton Cup Semifinal to win a place v. Ancrum Road in the final. A single first-half goal was enough to see St.Mary's through - St.Joseph's had the chance to equalise but a penalty kick went over the bar.
Forthill beat Clepington 5-3 in the Junior Sports Cup 3rd Round and now face SS Peter & Paul in the semifinal.
Brechin beat 7-1 Monifieth in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League.
Gowriehill beat St.Joseph's 5-0 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
ST.JOSEPH'S (YELLOW / BLUE) DEFEND AGAINST ST.MARY'S (SKY) IN THE LINTON CUP
Thursday 19th May
Hillside drew 4-4 with Birkhill in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
Wednesday 18th May
Craigowl beat St.Andrew's 7-3 in the Cameron Cup Semifinal and will play Birkhill or Downfield in the final.
St.Fergus beat St.Pius 6-3 in the Angus Trophy Centre Small Schools Cup Semifinal and will play Whitfield or St.Clement's in the final.
St.Mary's beat St.Clement's 4-1 in the Fairtrade Football Rock Cup 2nd Round to face SS Peter & Paul in the semifinal.
Dens Road drew 1-1 with Longhaugh in the Dundee Girls Football League East and Ardler beat Sidlaw View 5-0 in the West.
Tuesday 17th May
Morgan beat Menzieshill 4-3 in the DFCSS U13 Champions League.
Downfield beat Mill of Mains 8-4 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B.
Dens Road and Craigiebarns drew 2-2 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C. This result means that SS Peter & Paul win Section C.
Forthill beat Longhaugh 7-2 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section D.
Inverbrothock beat Eastern 2-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Claypotts Castle beat Clepington 5-4 in the Thomson Cup 1st Round to face Glebelands in the semifinal - Clepington trailed 4-0 but came back to equalise before Claypotts Castle struck a late winner.
Eastern beat St.Luke's & St.Matthew's 9-5 in the Burgess Cup Semifinal to face Forthill in the final. See match report.
EASTERN (WHITE / RED) AND ST.LUKE'S & ST.MATTHEW'S (BLACK / WHITE) IN A 14-GOAL BURGESS SEMIFINAL
Monday 16th May
Comrie A and St.John's Ac. B qualify for the Fun Fours National Finals after the Perth area tournament at Perth Academy. See full results.
Morgan beat Grove 2-0 in the U17 George Grant Memorial Trophy Semifinal and will play Menzieshill in a repeat of last year's epic final.
Friday 13th May
Ardler beat St.Joseph's 7-6 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
In the Final Primary Inter-Association Sevens Tournament at Wardie, Edinburgh, Dundee A finished 6th out of 16 teams on the day while the B team did even better and ended 4th. Overall Dundee came 4th out of the 8 participating regions, with Edinburgh taking the winners' medals ahead of Dumfries & Galloway. See full results and report.
ADAM BROWN IN ACTION FOR DUNDEE A AGAINST PAISLEY B AT WARDIE
Birkhill beat Mill of Mains 5-0 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B.
Baldragon beat Morgan 2-1 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Senior Champions League. Winning all their CL games Baldragon hold on to the Senior Shield for the second year in a row.
Thursday 12th May
Glebelands beat SS Peter & Paul 4-1 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C.
St.Pius beat Our Lady's 5-0 in the DFCSS Arab Trust Small Schools League.
Craigiebarns beat St.Mary's 5-2 in the Junior Sports Cup 3rd Round and play Craigowl in the semifinal.
St.Paul's beat Menzieshill 4-0 in the U13 Logie Cup Semifinal to face Grove in the final.
Wednesday 11th May
Craigowl beat Rowantree 8-3 in the Junior Sports Cup 3rd Round.
CRAIGOWL (GREEN / BLACK) v. ROWANTREE (BLUE / RED) - THE OWLS AND THE TREES
Ancrum Road beat St.Ninian's 5-1 in the Linton Cup Semifinal.
Forthill beat Barnhill 6-2 in the Burgess Cup Semifinal.
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat St.Vincent's 7-2 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
St.Andrew's beat Sidlaw View 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
Braeview beat Menzieshill 4-1 in the DFCSS U14 Champions League.
Braeview beat Morgan 7-1 in the Dundee United Cup Final (sponsored by Arab Trust) at Tannadice. See match report.
Baldragon beat Monifieth 4-2 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Senior Champions League.
St.John's beat Morgan 8-7 on penalties after a 3-3 draw in a thrilling Senior Johnston Trophy Final at Tannadice. See match report.
BALDRAGON (WHITE) TAKE A STEP TOWARDS THE DFCSS ARAB TRUST SENIOR LEAGUE TITLE COMING FROM BEHIND v. MONIFIETH
Tuesday 10th May
Birkhill won the Dundee area SSFA Fun Fours to qualify for the National Finals. See full results.
St.Mary's beat Hillside 4-0 in the Linton Cup 1st Round to face St.Joseph's in the semifinal.
Grove beat Menzieshill 3-0 in the DFCSS U13 Champions League.
Friday 6th MaySt.Mary's beat St.Ninian's 7-3 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A. See match report.
Hillside v. Gowriehill in the Dundee Girls Football League West was cancelled.
ST.NINIAN'S UNDER PRESSURE FROM ST.MARY'S (SKY) IN DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION A
Thursday 5th May
Forfar beat Brechin 9-3 in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League.
Craigie beat Grove 7-3 in the DFCSS U14 Champions League. See match report.
CRAIGIE (NAVY) DEFEND A CORNER FROM GROVE (ROYAL BLUE) IN THE DFCSS U14 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Wednesday 4th May
Craigowl beat St.Andrew's 4-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B.
Glebelands and Clepington drew 4-4 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C.
St.Clement's beat Ardler 3-1 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Small Schools League.
Rowantree beat Dens Road 4-2 aet in the Thomson Cup 1st Round and face Craigiebarns in the semifinal.
Also in games played earlier St.Ninian's beat Gowriehill 7-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A and Eastern beat St.Vincent's 6-1 in the Burgess Cup 1st Round.
Braeview v. Menzieshill in the DFCSS U14 Champions League is put back to Wednesday 11th.
St.John's beat Baldragon 5-0 in the U14 Urquhart Trophy Final (sponsored by the Dee Club) at Dens Park. Hat-trick scorer Aiden Benvie collected the Man of the Match Award sponsored by DFCSS. See match report.
ST.JOHN'S (SKY) ABOUT TO TAKE THE LEAD v. BALDRAGON IN THE U14 URQUHART TROPHY FINAL AT DENS
Grove beat Monifieth 2-0 in the U15 Senior Sports Cup Final (sponsored by DFCSS) at Dens Park. Darren Mackie who scored both goals picked up the Man of the Match Award sponsored by DFCSS. See match report.
GROVE CELEBRATE THE SECOND GOAL IN THE U15 SENIOR SPORTS CUP FINAL AT DENS
Tuesday 3rd May
Dens Road and Inverbrothock drew 2-2 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Baldragon beat Menzieshill 3-2 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Senior Champions League.
Thursday 28th April
Craigowl beat Birkhill 4-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B.
Craigiebarns beat SS Peter & Paul 6-5 in the Thomson Cup 1st Round.
Dens Road beat Glebelands 2-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
In the U16 Caira Trophy Monifieth conceded so St.John's will play Braeview in the final (to be arranged).
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat St.Andrew's 5-3 aet in the Fairtrade Football Rock Cup 2nd Round.
Wednesday 27th April
Barnhill and Eastern drew 2-2 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section D.
Monifieth beat Baldragon 4-0 in the U15 Senior Sports Cup Semifinal (sponsored by DFCSS) and will play Grove at Dens in next week's final.
Tuesday 26th April
Grove beat St.John's 3-1 in the U15 Senior Sports Cup Semifinal (sponsored by DFCSS).
Morgan beat Grove 4-0 in the Senior Johnston Trophy Semifinal and now face St.John's at Tannadice on 11th May.
MORGAN (YELLOW) AND GROVE (WHITE) IN THE SENIOR JOHNSTON TROPHY SEMIFINAL
Monday 25th April
In the U15 Senior Sports Cup 1st Round (sponsored by DFCSS) Baldragon, Monifieth and St.John's all qualified for the semifinals. Baldragon beat Menzieshill 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw, Monifieth beat Craigie 3-0, and St.John's beat St.Paul's 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw. Baldragon play Monifieth and St.John's play Grove in the semifinals this week.
Thursday 21st April
Craigowl beat Mill of Mains 6-1 and Downfield beat Birkhill 6-1 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B.
The Section C game Clepington v. Dens Road was off.
Forfar beat Webster's 3-0 in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League.
Baldragon beat Braeview 3-2 in the U14 Urquhart Trophy Semifinal (sponsored by the Dee Club).
Menzieshill beat Morgan 2-0 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Senior Champions League.
Wednesday 20th April
St.John's beat Menzieshill 3-2 in the U14 Urquhart Trophy Semifinal (sponsored by the Dee Club). See match report.
St.John's beat Baldragon 5-4 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in the Senior Johnston Trophy Semifinal. See match report.
Monifieth v. Menzieshill in the Senior Champions League was not played.
Braeview beat Monifieth 6-2 in the Arab Trust U16 Champions League.
Whitfield beat Our Lady's 5-0 in the Angus Trophy Centre Small Schools Cup 1st Round and will play St.Clement's or Ardler.
ST.JOHN'S SENIORS WIN SEMIFINAL PENALTY SHOOT-OUT .........
......WHILE ST.JOHN'S U14s (SKY) SCORE A SECOND HALF WINNER v. MENZIESHILL IN A 3-2 SEMIFINAL VICTORY
Tuesday 19th April
Dens Road beat Eastern 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Grove beat St.Paul's on penalties in the Senior Johnston Trophy 1st Round to play Morgan in next week's semifinal. Grove led 2-0 at halftime but St.Paul's were level midway through the second half. 3 minutes from the end Grove scored again but St.Paul's equalised in the last minute, 3-3. Grove won the penalty shoot-out 4-3 in sudden death which was not without controversy. See match report.
ST.PAUL'S (GREEN) AND GROVE (WHITE) BATTLE IT OUT IN THE SENIOR JOHNSTON TROPHY 1st ROUND
Monday 18th April
The U15 Senior Sports Cup 1st Round game between Craigie and Monifieth was off.
Morgan beat Monifieth 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the U16 Dundee United Cup Semifinal (sponsored by Arab Trust) to face Braeview in the final at Tannadice in early May. Monifieth opened the scoring just after halftime with a shot which flew in at the near post following a wicked deflection but Morgan equalised twelve minutes later when a cross from the right was perfectly headed into the far corner. Monifieth perhaps had the better chances but the Morgan keeper made some excellent saves. In the penalty shoot-out Monifieth skied their second kick over the bar and, with Morgan netting all their kicks, Monifieth had to score with their last kick but it hit the bar and bounced over.
MONIFIETH WATCH THEIR LAST PENALTY HIT THE BAR IN THE U16 DUNDEE UNITED CUP (SPONSORED BY ARAB TRUST) .....
.... AND MORGAN RUSH TO CELEBRATE THEIR PLACE IN THE FINAL AT TANNADICE
Thursday 31st March
Rowantree beat St.Andrew's 2-1 in the Junior Sports Cup 2nd Round to earn an away tie with Craigowl.
Monifieth and Morgan drew 1-1 in the DFCSS Arab Trust Senior Champions League.
The U15 Senior Sports Cup games Baldragon v. Menzieshill and St.Paul's v. St.John's were off because of the heavy rain.
Longhaugh beat St.Luke's & St.Matthew's 7-3 in the Dundee Girls Football East (played earlier).
St.Joseph's v. Hillside in the Dundee Girls Football League West was postponed.
Wednesday 30th March
Braeview beat Morgan 6-0 in the U16 Robert Caira Memorial Trophy Semifinal and will play Monifieth or St.John's in the final.
Sidlaw View v. Ardler in the Dundee Girls Football League West was postponed.
St.Mary's beat Ancrum Road 6-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A.
Forthill beat Hillside 5-2 in the Junior Sports Cup 2nd Round and now play Clepington.
Tuesday 29th March
Menzieshill beat Craigie 4-2 in the U13 Logie Cup 1st Round and now play St.Paul's in the semifinal.
Grove beat Monifieth 9-0 in the U13 Logie Cup Semifinal.
Grove beat Menzieshill 2-1 in the DFCSS U14 Champions League
Inverbrothock beat Glebelands 6-2 in the Dundee Girls Football League East
Monday 28th March
Baldragon beat Craigie 6-5 in the U14 Urquhart Trophy 1st Round (sponsored by the Dee Club) and play Braeview in the semifinal.
Braeview beat St.John's 2-1 after extra time in the semifinal of the U16 Dundee United Cup (sponsored by Arab Trust). In the final (to be arranged) they will meet the winners of Morgan v. Monifieth which is set for the first day back after the holidays. See match report.
BRAEVIEW (WHITE) LEAP TO BLOCK A FREE KICK FROM ST.JOHN'S (SKY) IN THE U16 DUNDEE UNITED CUP
Friday 25th March
Clepington beat St.Joseph's 4-2 in the Junior Sports Cup 2nd Round and now play Forthill. See match report.
ST.JOSEPH'S (YELLOW / BLUE) v. CLEPINGTON (ALL BLUE) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP 2nd ROUND
St.Mary's beat Our Lady's 5-0 in the Fairtrade Football Rock Cup 1st Round to win a tie with St.Clement's.
Baldragon v. Monifieth in the Senior Champions League was postponed when a shortage of running water forced the school to close.
Birkhill beat Ardler 4-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
Thursday 24th March
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat Barnhill 4-3 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section D. See match report.
BARNHILL (YELLOW) AND ST.LUKE'S & ST.MATTHEW'S (BLACK / WHITE) IN ARAB TRUST DFCSS SECTION D
Braeview beat Grove 5-2 in the U14 Urquhart Trophy 1st Round (sponsored by the Dee Club) and will face Baldragon in the semifinal. See match report.
BRAEVIEW (MAROON) AND GROVE (BLUE) IN THE U14 URQUHART TROPHY 1st ROUND
St.Paul's beat Harris 4-3 on penalties after a 3-3 draw in the Senior Johnston Trophy Preliminary Round and now play Grove in the 1st Round.
St.John's beat Menzieshill 3-2 in the Senior Johnston Trophy 1st Round and now play Baldragon in the semifinal.
Grove beat Baldragon 6-2 in the Arab Trust U15 Champions League.
Monifieth beat St.John's Ac. (Perth) 4-3 in the Lloyds TSB Scotland U14 Plate 4th Round and now play Forfar Ac. away.
Craigiebarns beat Glebelands 5-3 in the Junior Sports Cup 2nd Round and now play St.Mary's at home.
Wednesday 23rd March
St.Joseph's beat Hillside 4-3 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A.
St.Clement's beat St.Pius 5-0 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Small Schools League.
ST.CLEMENT'S IN THE ARAB TRUST DFCSS SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE
Tuesday 22nd March
In the Lloyds TSB Scotland Junior Sevens North Finals at the University of Dundee Astroturf, Riverside, Craigowl finished 4th. Balloch PS (Inverness) and Clerkhill PS (Peterhead) qualified for the National Finals and Viewlands PS (Perth) came 3rd. The other teams taking part were Milnathort PS, Laxdale PS (Stornoway), Torphins PS (Banchory) and Knockbreck PS (Tain). See full results.
Clepington beat Claypotts Castle 5-3 in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C.
Ardler beat St.Pius 5-0 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Small Schools League.
St.John's beat Monifieth 8-0 in the U14 Urquhart Trophy 1st Round (sponsored by the Dee Club) to earn a semifinal tie with Menzieshill.
Monifieth v. Forfar Ac. in the Senior Murray-Fenwick Cup was postponed.
Baldragon beat Craigie 2-1 in the Senior Johnston Trophy 1st Round to face St.John's or Menzieshill in the semifinal.
Friday 18th March
Ancrum Road beat St.Ninian's 3-2 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A.
St.Joseph's beat Gowriehill 5-3 in the Linton Cup 1st Round and now play Hillside or St.Mary's in the semifinal.
Holy Rood HS (Edinburgh) beat St.John's 4-3 after extra time in the Lloyds TSB Scotland U16 Shield 6th Round.
Morgan beat Monifieth 4-2 on penalties following a 3-3 draw after extra time in the 1st Round of the Senior Johnston Trophy. Morgan will need to wait to find out their semifinal opponents. See match report.
MORGAN (YELLOW) DEFEND AN ATTACK FROM MONIFIETH (SKY) IN THE SENIOR JOHNSTON TROPHY
Thursday 17th March
In the Lloyds TSB Scotland Soccer Sevens North Finals at the University of Dundee Astroturf Craigowl came 5th. Kingswells PS (Aberdeen) and Clerkhill PS (Peterhead) qualified for the National Finals. Other teams taking part were St.John's Ac. Primary (Perth), Newhill PS (Blairgowrie), Stornoway PS, Avoch PS (Black Isle) and Portree PS (Skye). See full results.
Barnhill beat Eastern 5-0 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Wednesday 16th March
SS Peter & Paul beat Barnhill 3-0 after extra time in the 3rd Round of the Junior Sports Cup. They face a long wait to find out their semifinal opponents with 2nd Round games still to be played. See match report.
BARNHILL (GREEN SHORTS) AND SS PETER & PAUL (BLACK SHORTS) IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP
St.Joseph's v. Sidlaw View in the Dundee Girls Football League West was postponed as the pitch was waterlogged.
Tuesday 15th March
Pouring rain all day meant that the games Claypotts Castle v. Clepington in Section C and St.John's v. Monifieth in the U14 Urquhart Trophy were washed out.
Monday 14th March
The second Primary Inter-Association Sevens event took place at Toryglen in Glasgow where Dundee A and B teams played 6 games each. See the report on Dundee's day here.
DUNDEE A (YELLOW) ATTACK A CROSS AGAINST EDINBURGH A (WHITE) AT TORYGLEN
In a triangular tournament at Kirriemuir in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League Webster's beat Carnoustie 2-1, Webster's beat Arbroath Academy 6-0 and Carnoustie beat Arbroath Academy 4-3 (played last week).
Monifieth beat Morgan 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the U13 Logie Cup 1st Round. Monifieth play Grove in the Semifinal.
Friday 11th March
St.Joseph's v. Clepington in the Junior Sports Cup was postponed.
In the Arab Trust DFCSS Senior League Monifieth and Grove drew 1-1 and Morgan beat St.Paul's 3-2 in the play-off for the last Champions League place. Grove scored a peach after only two minutes and could have doubled the lead but missed a penalty at the start of the second half. This allowed Monifieth to earn a draw with a late equaliser, so honours even in the local derby. Meanwhile Morgan and St.Paul's vied for the last Champions League place, Morgan overturning the early season result between the teams when St.Paul's grabbed a late winner - this time Morgan won 3-2 and join Menzieshill, Baldragon and Monifieth in the hunt for the title.
Thursday 10th March
Craigowl beat St.Andrew's 4-0 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section B. Playing their second game in two days Craigowl led 3-0 at halftime and wrapped it up with a shot from distance in the second half. St.Andrew's had a few chances but could not convert, the St.Andrew's keeper made some fine saves.
ST.ANDREW'S (BLUE) ON THE ATTACK AGAINST CRAIGOWL (WHITE) IN DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION B
Grove beat Menzieshill 4-3 in the DFCSS U14 League. Grove led 2-1 at halftime but were pegged back soon after to 2-2. With the game flowing from end to end Grove scored a wind-assisted effort to retake the lead, Menzieshill equalised again with a powerful strike high into the net, leading to an exciting finale. Grove thought they had scored but it was adjudged offside, then a foul in the box produced a penalty from which Grove scored the winner with two minutes left. There was still time for chances at either end, Menzieshill nearly equalised again but Grove hooked the ball off the line and the final Menzieshill chance went inches wide of the left-hand post.
Birkhill beat St.Joseph's 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
In the Arab Trust DFCSS Small Schools League Ardler drew 5-5 with St.Fergus.
Wednesday 9th March
Clepington beat Rowantree 5-4 with a late winner in Arab Trust DFCSS Section C.
Craigowl beat Claypotts Castle 6-3 in the Junior Sports Cup 2nd Round to face the winners of St.Andrew's v. Rowantree.
SS Peter & Paul beat St.Pius 5-0 in the Fairtrade Football Rock Cup 2nd Round.
Viewlands won the Perth area competition of the Lloyds TSB Scotland Junior Sevens to reach the North finals.
Monifieth ended 4th in the Lloyds TSB Scotland Girls U14 Sevens National Finals at Stenhousemuir. They took the lead in their first match but Vale of Leven Academy came back to win 2-1. In the second group game they beat Wallace HS of Stirling 3-0 and ended second. In their final game Monifieth lost 4-0 to Sgoil a'Bhac (Back School) from Lewis. Greenwood Academy from Irvine beat Vale of Leven 2-1 in the final.
Glebelands beat St.Vincent's 5-0 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Tuesday 8th March
St.Mary's beat St.Clement's 2-1 after extra time in the Junior Sports Cup 2nd Round and now travel to the winners of Glebelands v. Craigiebarns. See match report.
ST.MARY'S (SKY) BEAT ST.CLEMENT'S (NAVY) IN EXTRA TIME IN THE JUNIOR SPORTS CUP 2nd ROUND
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat Longhaugh 7-5 in the Burgess Cup 1st Round.
St.Luke's & St.Matthew's beat Barnhill 6-3 in the Dundee Girls Football League East.
Braeview beat Monifieth 4-1 in the DFCSS U14 League.
Friday 4th March
St.Mary's beat Gowriehill 6-1 in DFCSS Arab Trust Section A.
ST.MARY'S (SKY / NAVY) v. GOWRIEHILL (ROYAL BLUE) IN DFCSS ARAB TRUST SECTION A
St.John's beat Auchinleck Ac. 6-5 after extra time in the Lloyds TSB Scotland U16 Shield 5th Round and are now away again in the 6th Round to Holy Rood HS (Edinburgh).
In a hostile atmosphere in Auchinleck St.John's led 2-0 but the home team came back to lead 3-2 before St.John's equalised to take the game into extra time. St.John's scored twice to go 5-3 up in extra time, Auchinleck pulled one back but St.John's regained their two-goal lead, before a late home goal made the final score Auchinleck 5 St.John's 6. The home team had two players sent off and ended with nine men.
Thursday 3rd March
St.Fergus came from 2 down to beat St.Clement's 3-2 in the Arab Trust DFCSS Small Schools League - excellent entertainment!
ST.FERGUS (MAROON) AND ST.CLEMENT'S (NAVY) BATTLE IT OUT IN THE SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE
St.Paul's beat Craigie 7-0 in the DFCSS U13 League.
Braeview beat Menzieshill 3-2 in the DFCSS U14 League.
Menzieshill beat St.Paul's 2-0 in the Arab Trust U15 League.
Morgan beat Harris 5-0 in the DFCSS Arab Trust Senior League to earn a play-off with St.Paul's for a Champions League place.
MORGAN (YELLOW) AND HARRIS (MAROON) AT DISC IN THE DFCSS ARAB TRUST SENIOR LEAGUE
St.Joseph's beat St.Clement's 6-1 in the Dundee Girls Football League West.
Wednesday 2nd March
Arbroath High beat Monifieth 3-2 in the Angus Bank of Scotland Soccer One League to extend their lead at the top.
ARBROATH HIGH (YELLOW) CHALLENGED BY MONIFIETH (SKY) IN THE ANGUS BANK OF SCOTLAND SOCCER ONE LEAGUE
Braeview beat Monifieth 2-0 in the Arab Trust U16 League.
MONIFIETH (SKY) v. BRAEVIEW (WHITE) IN THE ARAB TRUST U16 LEAGUE
Tuesday 1st March
Braeview beat St.John's 2-1 in the DFCSS U14 League. A good crowd at St.John's witnessed an engrossing game of football, goalless in the first half but both keepers forced into excellent saves to keep it 0-0 at the break. Six minutes into the second period Braeview had a close shave when a St.John's corner caused panic, but Braeview went up the other end and scored from close range, 1-0. Eight minutes later St.John's hit a 25 yarder which beat the keeper all ends up, 1-1. Both sides went for it, but it was Braeview who chased a through-ball five minutes from the end, the keeper rushed outside the box but couldn't handle it, Braeview followed it up and made sure it crossed the line for the winner. One of the best games of the season!
BRAEVIEW'S KEEPER BEATEN BY A GREAT STRIKE - BUT THE MAROONS TOOK FULL POINTS
CRAIGOWL (WHITE) v. NORTHMUIR (NAVY) IN THE LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND SOCCER SEVENS
BIRKHILL (GREEN / BLACK STRIPES) ON THE BREAK v. CRAIGOWL (WHITE / GREEN)
ACROBATICS AS ST.JOHN'S (SKY) CLEAR OVERHEAD UNDER PRESSURE FROM HAZLEHEAD (GREEN)
DARREN MACKIE SHIELDING THE BALL FROM ABERDEEN DEFENDERS AT GARTHDEE
ARBROATH ACADEMY (BLACK) v. ARBROATH HIGH (WHITE / RED) IN THE ANGUS BANK OF SCOTLAND SOCCER ONE LEAGUE
DUNDEE (GREEN) AND ABERDEEN (RED) IN THE SENIOR NATIONAL TROPHY AT GARTHDEE
MADRAS (BLACK) TAKE ON ST.JOHN'S (SKY) IN THE LLOYDS TSB SCOTLAND U15 SHIELD
MONIFIETH (SKY) AND CRIEFF HIGH (RED) WENT TO PENALTIES IN THE U13 SHIELD 2nd ROUND
ST.NINIAN'S (GREEN / BLACK) ON THEIR VISIT TO HILLSIDE (YELLOW / BLUE)