It was quarter final day in Aberdeen where Hutchison Vale made the journey to the Granite City to face Banks O’Dee Albion. Both sides have been doing well in their respective leagues and a hotly anticipated clash was at stake.
The game was evenly matched and it saw typical Aberdeen weather with wind, rain and even thunder. The game started at a good pace with Hutchie starting on the front foot and had a shout for a penalty when Ben Wardlaw was brought down however nothing was given.
Vale were the more threatening side however the hosts also had their moments as well. Albion had a few dangerous crosses come in which were dealt with by the Hutchison defence.
Aiden Walsh then had an effort wide for the visitors after a good interchange of movement and the ball came into the midfielder who fired over. Gary Livingstone also had a chance on the half hour after a dangerous ball from Ben Dalglish.