It was a very windy night at Borough Briggs when Dingwall Academy and Fraserburgh Academy clashed in the North of Scotland Cup final. Both sides have won this trophy in the past so a good game of football was on the cards in Elgin.
It was the Broch who took the trophy back to their school after a 3-1 win and the first time since 1983 that Fraserburgh have got their hands on the trophy at this level.
Finals are based on grit, desire and determination.
Logan McKenzie had the 1st chance of the game with a free kick which was held by Whyte in the Fraserburgh goal. In the opening quarter hour of the game there was nothing clear cut as both sides tried to put their mark on the game.
Alexander Mackay then had a decent chance half an hour into the game for the Highlanders after a great through ball set him well clear of the Fraserburgh defence.
James Whyte was to the rescue again with the keeper out like a flying cat!
It then looked as although the game was heading all square heading into half time until Fraserburgh had other ideas. A quick attack from the Aberdeenshire outfit saw Tyler Chicken cut the ball back into the box which which was met by LJ Stephen who made no mistake in guiding the ball home past the advancing Dingwall defence.