Arbroath Lads club bounced back from a poor run of form to score seven goals at home to Douglas in latest round of fixtures in the DDYFA Watson McInally Under 14 League.
Arbroath made a quick start to this game as Matthew Murray was quick off the mark to put the home side 1-0 up after just 4 minutes. However Douglas bounced back exactly five minutes later as they scored to level things up through a penalty which was given for handball. Two quick goals with just less than ten minutes played this looked set to be a great game.
Arbroath pressed to take the lead again and perseverance paid off as attacking midfielder Lewis Smith put Arbroath ahead for the second time. Murphy was enjoying his luck in front of goal as he doubled Arbroaths advantage.
However the home side weren't going to start going easy on Douglas now as Murphy's strike partner Josh Tutchenor scored the home sides fourth of the game. Douglas were struggling to cope with the firepower of Abroath as the scoreline was 4-1 in favour of the home side at the break.