NESFA Welfare Football Results

Welfare football round-up.
Welfare football round-up.

Gordon Leask Memorial cup:

Group 1 -

Faithlie played St Combs, The game was only 70 seconds in and the visitors took the lead with a free kick by Peter Bruce lo to the keepers left to open the scoring.

A through ball by David Buchan found John Smith who took his time and slotted home the visitor’s second goal.

The visitors managed to pull one goal back when Martin Buchan scored on 78 minutes. Lee Lawrence spurned a chance to add a third for St Combs but the home keeper came out on top.

Faithlie pushed forward trying to get another goal but the away defence along with keeper Cheyne stood firm.

Another group 1 game was between Mormond Thistle and Bellslea and the away team make it two wins in a row with an away win by a solitary goal scored by William Calder.

The home side finished the match with 10 men after Calum Brown was red carded.

Group 2 -

Mintlaw Fc hosted New Deer and in a high scoring game the home side came out winners by the odd goal in seven. The winning goals for Mintlaw came from Murray Elrick, Michael Weir, Darren Steele and Scott Milne and for New Deer were a brace from Damie Duncan and one from George Heatherwick.

The other group 2 game was between Buchanhaven and Ardallie and it was the away side that went on to win scoring 4 goals without reply. Scorers were Ross Schaschke, Mikey Gordon, Glen Sangster and Grant Morrison.

Group 3 -

Balmoor faced New Pitsligo in a group 3 game and it finished with a win for the visitors by 4 goals to 2, scorers for Pitsligo was David Innes with a brace and one each from Neil Christie and Kevin McDonnell for the home side was Scott Good and Marc Walker.

Clinton Thistle faced Invercairn United and this one finished all square with both sides netting twice. Scorers for Clinton were Stuart Fowlie and Peter Humpheries and for the away side was a brace from James Gibb.

Group 4 -

Cuminestown were hosts to Elizabethan Link Up and in a tight game it was the away side that came out on top with the only goal of the game scored by Clint Cassie.