Westdyke and Leith Athletic finally got to meet each other in the Scottish Cup at the third time of asking. It was the last chance saloon for Westdyke to get the game played on home soil because if the game was postponed then the game would have been switched to Edinburgh.
The same went for Cove and Byron Rovers also at Under 17s who had to play their respective Scottish Cup tie in the North-east or else face their tie being switched to Cumbernauld and Stirlingshire respectively.
Many punters were expecting Leith Athletic to come out on top based on their league position back in Edinburgh and they came away from Inverurie with a 4-0 victory to progress.
The game kicked off and Westdyke started with playing football along the ground and it took the visitors a good couple of minutes to start getting themselves into the game. It was the visitors though who were to register the first chance of the game after Coll Reekie had tried to pull the trigger however his effort was superbly blocked away by Callum Milne.
Leith took the lead in the 10th minute courtesy of a free kick however the foul which led-up to the free kick looked like a very good timed challenge from Scott McDonald however referee Martin Angus had other ideas and decided to award the visitors a free kick just on the stroke of the box. Up stepped Harry Davies who made the hosts pay with a fantastic finish which landed into the top left hand corner. A real strikers goal!
This early goal made sure that Leith smelled blood and wanted more goals to there name. It then took a good challenge from Glen Donald to deny Jamie Chapman a clear opportunity at goal.
There wasn't much between the sides however when Leith's dragons came tracking down on Westdyke's goal then it was the visitors who had the finish to add to the collection and Leith doubled their advantage after 33 minutes. Davies did well to evade the home defence and then produce a composed finish past McAllister into the bottom right hand corner.