With the Juvenile season coming towards a close Colony Colts 19s faced Culter United for the second Saturday looking to repeat their victory at Davidson Park last weekend.
Despite goals from Billy FLORENCE and Kyle WILSON the Colts were unable to match Uniteds four goals and now find themselves third from bottom four of the table and the prospect of some additional Consolation Cup matches in the offing.
Colony Colts 17s went down 3-2 at home to Culter Deeside with Craig BROWN scoring both of Colts goals.
To ensure survival in the A league it was a must win game for Colony Park U16s against Banchory. They had the better of the first half and took the lead almost halfway through when a cross from a corner was met full on by Brad WHITE and it crashed in off the underside of the cross bar.
Colony had other opportunities to increase the lead but failed to take them but overall it was a great first half performance by Colony.
At the start of the second half the big Banchory team put Colony under a lot of pressure as they also had to win the game to ensure any small hope they had of staying up. However it was Colony that took a 2-0 lead when after a good counter attack the ball fell to Dale RENNIE who placed under the diving keeper left.
All looked good and comfortable but it was Banchory who scored next and this encouraged Banchory and from another corner they equalised with an own goal.
It was end to end and a bit frantic after that but Colony managed to get the deciding goal when Craig MACKIE came in off the left of the penalty box and blasted it hard and low to the keeper right at the near post.
B League leaders Colony Park U14s kicked off in summer conditions against Culter United on Sunday.
In the ninth minute Colony took the lead through a Jamie SEATTER goal after a good pass from defence by Callum Jones. This goal settled the boys down and they finally started to play their passing game.
The second goal came from a good finish from Adam SMITH after a fine pass from Lewis Weetman. The third came soon after with another good pass from Rian Wilson finding Harrison HINKS who finished in the top corner. Lewis BEATTIE scored goal number four with an individual effort, beating three defenders and scoring in the corner. Midfielder Simmond was bossing the game in midfield and from his great pass SMITH rounded the keeper to walk the ball into the net and SMITH completed his hat trick with goal number six, again a fine finish in the corner.
The second half was a carbon copy of the first with Colony dominating play throughout.
Goal number seven was from SEYMOUR after a good pass from Hinks. WILSON grabbed number eight with a shot that went under the goalkeeper. Lewis BEATTIE scored goals nine and ten to get his hat trick.
Some slack defending from Colony allowed Culter to grab a consolation goal, before the final goal came after good wide play from Beattie with his cross being turned into his own net by the Culter defender top make the final score Colony Park 11, Culter 1.
The last home match for Season 2013/14 saw Colony Park U13s welcome Ellon Meadows to GSC for what promised to be a close match.
Colony began brightly with some creative play down both wings but a suspiciously offside Ellon player ran through and grabbed the opening goal.
The goal stunned the home team and with Ellon now oozing confidence they added a second on 12 minutes.
Ellon with their tails up were rocked when Murray Grant found himself one on one at the edge of the box and unselfishly slid a delicious pass to Hamish YOUNG who slotted low past the advancing keeper.
Second half and Colony were out of the blocks quickly. Cameron Fraser stepped inside one defender, faked a pass right and then slid the ball through to LAWRENCE who had time to pick his spot.
Colony took the lead when C FRASER having neatly controlled the defensive clearance muscled his way through the visitors defence and finished decisively. Lawrence then turned provider and slid an inch perfect ball through to GRANT to rifle home Colonys fourth. Game over? - not a chance. Inevitably Ellon got the goal their pressure deserved and followed it up with a super headed equaliser with ten minutes to go for a 4-4 finish.