The sun came out at Uniconn Park, however it's was still a chilly one which saw Lewis United and Westerton United go head to head to see who would get into the last 8 of the Scottish Cup.
The opening exchanges to the game saw little attacking intensity from both teams. There was lots of balls going out for throw-ins and it was like both sides were treating the football like a hot potato. The game needed a goal or else we could have had a drab cup tie.
However, Lewis provided after just 12 minutes. A Mitchel Foy ball was met by Calum Mitchell who opened the scoring past Matthew McAlpine in the Westerton goal. An important goal to get after the proceedings saw an even match in the 1st quarter of the game.
The hosts then doubled their lead in the 20th minute after an Alex Kelly assist was met by Aiden Taylor who banged the ball home from 12 yards. The next goal was going to be a crucial moment in the game and it was the hosts who looked the more likely to get it.
Just five minutes before the interval, it was 3-0. A great ball in from ex Aberdeen forward Mitchel Foy from the left hand flank was met by Calum Mitchell at the near post who put the ball sweetly into the bottom left hand corner.