The domestic cups got underway and there was no shortage of shocks and goals.
Here’s how the action went down:
Goals from Jayce Szpak and Lee Lorimer handed Dundee United SC victory in their opening Café Royale League match.
Lewis Raeside had given Monifieth a first half lead but couldn’t stop DUSC taking the points.
Hat tricks from Robbie Watson and Kaisey Brown saw Blairgowrie make a winning start to the league campaign as they beat St Andrews 9-0. Harry Watson netted twice, with Ross Cannon completing the scoring.
Blair Ross scored five times as Broughty Pumas beat Dundee West Reds 8-1. Cian Young, Owen Moir and Nathan Petrie also found the net, while a late Montrose goal saw them draw 2-2 with Dundee West Royals.
Kevin Robertson and Nathan MacDonald’s goals helped Riverside start life in the J Clenaghan League with a 2-1 win against Carnoustie Panmure.
Kyle Fraser’s hat trick saw Arbroath Lads make a winning start to their league campaign as they beat Brechin 5-4. Kian and Ohan Patterson were also on target for Arbroath.
Dryburgh Athletic started with a 9-2 win over Montrose Vics, while Dundee SC beat Fairmuir 8-6.
In the P Gibson League, Forfar Boys, Celtic Boys, Ferry Athletic and Dundee Thistle all started the league campaign with wins.
Ben Blackley scored a hat trick as Carnoustie beat DUSC 7-1 in the DS Rennie League. James Paterson, Karter Inglis, Dillon Fraser and Dylan McLeish also scored, while Pitfour beat Forfar Boys 5-1.
In the Watson McInally League, Dundee Thistle beat Dundee SC 5-1 and Broughty Panthers beat Kirrie 9-2.
Newtyle United produced the result of the day as they beat Ferry Athletic 2-1 in the Reilly Falconer Cup.
Thomas Cunningham bagged a hat trick as Fairmuir beat Dundee West Reds 7-1. Stuart Heenan and Leo Norrie both scored twice.
Riverside cruised into the next round with a big win over Dundee West Royals, while there were big wins for Arbroath Lads, Montrose Youths and St Andrews Colts.
Monifieth beat Brechin 4-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw.
East Craigie Swifts picked up a victory over Dryburgh Athletic and moved to the top of the G Taylor League table. Jordan Adam and Ryan McGregor scored hat tricks, while Mark Ross, Rhys Ross and Riley Nelson all found the net.
Dundee United SC came from behind to advance past St Murdochs in the Tommy Clark Trophy. Second half goals from Sam Duncan, Kyle Campbell and Lewis Davidson helped DUSC to a 5-2 victory.
Fyndley Patterson fired St Murdochs into an early lead before Derryn McGuire brought DUSC level. Jamie Crosby put DUSC back in front before Jamie Scott kept out a Patterson penalty to keep the deficit at one.
In the second half, Sam Duncan brought DUSC level before Tyler Horswood’s own goal put DUSC ahead. Kyle Anderson and Lewis Davidson completed the scoring for DUSC.
Maryfield United beat St James 6-2 in the other Preliminary Round match.
Riverside beat Dundee West 4-2 in Round One, Celtic won 4-0 against Pitfour, Ferry beat ACSC by the same score line, Kirrie beat Monifieth 6-3 and Forfar Boys beat Broughty United 5-1.
Connor McFarlane’s hat trick helped Carnoustie Panmure advance past Bridge of Earn in the Queen’s Jubilee Cup. Lewis Sivewright, Khalid Bjeirmi, Jay Black and Lennon Mcintosh all netted in their 7-1 win.
Pitfour beat Dundee Thistle 8-1, with Ally Alcorn netting a hat trick. Andrew Allan, Charlie Edward, Kai Finnie, Kieran Sweeny and Matthew Glen all on target.
Ben Garrick scored twice as Dundee West beat Forfar Albion 5-2. Ruari Henry, Logan Piggott and Lewis Hutton all scored.
A double from Zak Ben Malek and a strike from Kai Guild helped Celtic Boys past Letham Tangerines with a 3-2 win. Ferry beat Broughty Panthers 2-1, while Montrose won 5-2 against Letham Whites.
Amine Atrih, Jack Terroni and Ross Anderson were on target as Riverside beat Lincraig 3-1 in the Elwood Trophy.
Brechin beat Monifieth 5-4 on penalties after a 3-3 draw, Dryburgh beat ACSC 7-2, Ferry beat Kirrie 7-1, while Jeanfield won 3-0 against Dundee Thistle.
Ferry Blues beat Fairmuir Violet 3-2 in the President’s League, while Kirrie beat Carnoustie 9-1.
Keir Gardiner scored twice as East Craigie Swifts knocked Dryburgh Athletic out of the Peter MacAvoy Cup. Reece Lornie also netted, while Ferry Yellows and Forfar West End both advanced to the next round with wins over Dundee North End and Brechin City respectively.