The first cup final for the Aberdeen Secondary Schools association kicked of at Spain Park and it was a great advert in terms of great football and also the will to keep going and give your all.
Cults and Harlaw are in different leagues, Cults are currently sitting top of their league and are in contention for the treble this campaign where as Harlaw are currently 2nd in their league tied on points with Grammar, an exciting game was definitely in prospect.
And the game kicked off in full tempo with both teams eager to win this game right from the first whistle, it was Harlaw who took the lead with the game just 18 seconds old, Kyle Koss played a brilliant through ball into Ewan Reid who finished with ease. Aberdeen fans have this season been chanting "The Sheep are on fire" however Harlaw certainly came firing out the traps so early on in the game.
Harlaw's lead wasn't going to last long and Cults equalized after just 5 minutes after a great ball came into the penalty area and Matthew Clark was quick to pounce to force an immediate fightback.
Koss then went from provider to scorer in the 12th minute ater a great ball through went into his feet and then he did the rest as he sliced his shot into the top right hand corner in an effort which looked more like a chip rather than aimed for that angle.
The tasty winger was one of the stand-outs for Harlaw and on 15 minutes, he was feeling a bit aggreived ater a ball from Morgan Bruce found the player and he took his shot 1st time which his shot went wide who then punched at the 3G surface in anger.
Cults then came back once more and saw were going to see themselves go into the interval leading, all down to one man in Vincent Buggie, first a great ball came in from Andrew Mitchell which was met by Buggie who rattled it home. The exciting player then got himself a brace after another good ball came in and he once again found the net after a great through ball.