Fixture: Aberdour v Blue Brazil
Competition: Under 16's AOFYFL
Both teams started well and the game and the home side had more possession through Lewis Paterson and Mackenzie Orwin without creating any clear chances, the first chance at the other end came to Neil Lawrie form Blue Brazil who had a free kick well saved by Ross Clark.
Blue Brazil steadily gained the advantage in the midfield through the efforts of Ross Day and Aidan Lindsay who started to create chances for the forwards Kieran Jack and Cameron McAlevie, before Blue Brazil scored inside the twenty second minute through Mark McKenzie who pounced on a loose pass in defence and curled a great effort into the top corner from outside the box.
Blue Brazil then pressed the game and started to take control and scored another two goals before half time through Kieran Jack in the twenty sixth minute and Cameron McAlevie on the half hour mark, both goals were the result of pressure on the Aberdour defence by Jay Banning and Mark McKenzie.
Half Time : Aberdour 0-3 Blue Brazil
Aberdour started the second half well with Damon Kenny creating chances through his strong running, Blue Brazil were then awarded a penalty in the forty sixth minute when Mark McKenzie was brought down and Cameron McAlevie then stepped and scored the penalty.
Both teams continued to play competitive football and served up a very good game.
Full Time : Aberdour 0-4 Blue Brazil