Banks O’Dee Albion secured the Murray Cup in what was a tepid cup final for the neutral, this was a big opportunity for the Spain Park side to get their hands on silverware this season which they have done.
Both sides had their chances on a sun drenched Uniconn Park with Banks O’Dee having the first real chance of the game on five minutes with a ball by Greg Pirie being met by Mitchell McPherson which gone over the bar.
Inverurie opened the scoring on 11 minutes, a great corner was sent in from the left hand side by Reece Brown which was met by Campbell Marr who was free in space and he put a fine effort home past Vitali Sahhalevtis.
Banks O’Dee Albion responded in the right manner when Calum McKenzie guided the ball to give the Spain Park outfit an equaliser which meant for a tight cup finals, excluding the first league game this season between the teams, there has been very little to separate the teams this season.
Albion took the lead nine minutes before half time when a great delivery came in which was met by Finlay Johnston who netted a superb volley past Keller Emslie to put Albion in control of the game, it was a stale cup final with very little football being played.
Vitali Sahhalevtis had his Banks O’Dee Albion defence fairly organised having had game time for Banks O’Dee first team recently however his defence was almost breached once again just before half time courtesy of a good chance 14 yards out by Reece Brown which was denied by a good stop from Sahhalevtis.