Weekend Welfare round-up

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

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In the Deejays Nightclub LeagueBellslea entertained Panasonic and it ended with the away side winning by the odd goal in five.

Panasonic scorers were Adam Cross with a brace and one from Lee Ingils and for Bellslea were Lewis Tait and Craig Milne.

In the Soccerworld Scotland LeagueArdallie Cup Group 1, Invercairn faced Buchanhaven FC in a game that a win for any of the two teams would net them a place in the semi-finals against Rosehearty Thistle.

It was the away side that went in front with a goal from Ryan Carle but the home side hit back scoring five times to book their place in the semis.

Scorers for Invercairn were Charles West, Scott Kelly, MJ Patterson and two from Martin Anderson.

In the second round of the Terry Sutton Memorial Cup, New Deer faced Cuminestown for a place in the quarter-final and it ended in a fantastic win for the visitors by 4-1.

Hero of the night was John Jamieson who netted a hatrick and the other came from Michael Bradey and for the home side was Michael Rhynd.

In the Ardallie Cup semi-fina, Invercairn played hosts to Rosehearty Thistle.

A close game was expected and it ended with the home side winning by the odd goal in three.

The home scorers were Steve Tait and Sean Cowie and for the visitors was Guild.

In Soccerworld Scotland League 2, New Deer faced Elizabethan Link Up in a game that the home side needed a win to retain their chances of winning the league.

In a high-scoring game New Deer ran out winners by 5 -3.

Scorers for New Deer were Damie Duncan who netted four times and a converted penalty from George Heatherwick. For the away side were Craig Whylie with a brace and one from Kieran Jess.

Fixtures for Tuesday, September 2:

Terry Sutton Memorial Cup first round - Balmoor v Invercairn.

Second round - Bellslea v


Quarter-final - Cuminestown v Clinton Thistle; Buchanhaven FC v Rosehearty Thistle.

Deejays Nightclub League - Faithlie United v Panasonic (6.45pm kick-off).