On a weekend that saw many games in the North region postponed, Dyce BC and Deveronvale FC braved the cold conditions to face off. It was Dyce who would claim the three points with a 7-0 win, which saw Robbie Urquhart and Kacper Lewecki score one goal each, Jay Stockton scoring two goals and Reis Webster claiming a hat trick.
The home side exerted pressure early, with Rhys Clark making a break but Deveronvale’s Kyle Buxton swept in to deny any scoring chance. Dyce were awarded a free kick at 30 yards and although Clark’s shot had the accuracy, Deveronvale goalkeeper, Haydn Mottram, pushed it wide.
Deveronvale pressed forward through Campbell McDermott who tried to link with Buxton but Lewecki swept through the middle to close down the attack.
Dyce were awarded a corner and Clark crossed the ball into the box. There was a scramble before Robbie Urquhart tapped it in from close range to open the scoring in the 13th minute.
The visitors were awarded a corner soon after. Max Stewart crossed the ball into the box but it was cleared by Lewecki. Stewart sent it back in but Buxton’s shot was fired over the crossbar.
Stewart linked with Jamie Williamson to press forward with a series of passes but Dyce held their defence well to prevent any scoring chances.
McDermott and Buxton also linked for the visitors but Dyce were able to counterattack through Lewecki, who drove forward and offloaded to Reis Webster. He shot from inside the box and Mottram could only get his fingertips to the ball but it was not enough to stop it from hitting the back of the net. Dyce extended their lead in the twenty-fifth minute.
The home side were soon on the attack again, with Urquhart making a break down the wing after a through ball from Matteo Carlier. However Williamson made an excellent cover tackle to deny Urquhart any chance of a shot.
Deveronvale had one last chance, with Stewart putting the ball through for Buxton but it was nudged too far.