A lovely morning with the sun shining can only mean a good game of football to be observed.
A quick start made by Erskine going 1-0 up after a corner whipped in by Ryan Higgins is headed back across goal for Shaun Sutherland to put the ball in the back of the net after 2 minutes.
Continuous pressure was being applied by Erskine as they tried to establish a cushion with a second goal. Marc Ross is a constant threat with his pace down the right putting the Park Moor left back under constant pressure.
The sustained pressure counted for nothing as Park Moor start to come into the game. A crunching foul on Park Moor no. 8 James McMillan, who gets up dusts himself down and takes the free kick himself delivering a ball into the box which is cleared by Declan McCormack. The ball is picked up by Park Moor no. 7 who from 20 yards lobs the keeper to equalise on 15 minutes.
Park Moor are now beginning to dominate the middle of the park winning most 50/50 challenges.
Park Moor go 2-1 up after Callum McKee has time to turn in the box and shoot into the top corner, good finish.
Erskine had fell out of the game at this stage and were penalised even further just before half time with Park Moor no.10 Nathan skipping past 3 challenges and burying the ball in the back of the net.
Half time: Park Moor Under 13s 3-1 Erskine YFC Under 13s
The second half kicked off with a subdued start, play being played in the middle of the park with the odd ball over the top for the forwards on both sides to chase. There were no real chances or threats coming from either team in the first 15 minutes apart from an effort over the bar by Park Moor no.10 from the edge of the box.
An opportunity for Erskine no.3 John Keating to get forward saw him having a good effort from 25 yards going just wide of the post.
The game began to become more open now with Erskine having to push forward. Foul on Park Moor no. 8 who again delivers the ball into the box which is cleared for a corner with nothing coming of it.
An effort on 25 minutes from Park Moor 7 goes wide of the post. Erskine tried to get Marc into the game with his pace down the right side.
Park Moor playing down the left whipped in a good cross but no.12 Callum McKee heads over from 6 yards. He's had an excellent game up front with no.10.
A Ball over the top of Erskine’s right back no.14 sees him handle the ball 25 yards out. Again it's Park Moor no. 8 James who takes the free kick, this time having an effort at goal which crashes of the cross bar, very unlucky.
Minutes to go and Park Moor no.2 found hisemlf with a one-on-one with the keeper who does brilliantly to deny Park Moor a 4th.
The final whistle blows with Park Moor deserved winners and Man of the match awarded to Park Moor Callum McKee.