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Queen Anne survive fright to progress

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           Inverurie Academy Under 13s
Queen Anne High School Under 13s
Competition: SSFA Shield Round 5
Venue: Spain Park
Date: 10/02/2012
Author: David Reid
After the match was initially postponed at Inverurie on Tuesday due to frost they finally got the match underway at Spain Park on the 3G surface.
Queen Anne made the trip North from Dunfermline and ran out 4-2 winners thanks to goals from Ben Mccann (2), Jack Pirie and Alex Chinwalu with Sam Robertson and Alastair Naysmith getting goals for Inverurie.
Inverurie had the 1st clear chance of the game when Mitchell Cheyne's cross from the right wing was met by Jack Walker on the other side, the Dyce midfielder dribbled past 2 defenders but his shot just went over the bar.
The Fifers had to thank Adam Ainslie to keep the score at 0-0 when Jack Walker used his quick speed to get past the defence but his shot just whistled wide.
The Esso Cup finalists had all the possesion in the Queen Anne area and by the time the 10th minute went past Inverurie had 5 notable chances and had another one when Finlay Watson's cross was half volleyed just over the bar by Cameron McArthur.
Against the run of play Queen Anne took the lead with their 1st shot on goal in the 16th minute but in the unlikliest of circumstances when Ben McCann's 20 yard strike looked like an easy save for Callum Wilson until the ball bounced over the Dyce goalkeeper and went in.
In the 25th minute the half was to end an entertaining one for the supporters and Queen Anne went 2-0 up when Alex Chinwalu ran up the left wing and saw Wilson out of his goal line and put a delightful shot which found the top left hand corner.
Which half time fast approaching Inverurie got a goal back with 4 minutes until the interval when a simple pass from Mitchell Cheyne found Alastair Naysmith who's shot was bended into the top left hand corner too high for Adam Ainslie to get a hand on it.
Half Time: Inverurie Academy Under 13s 1-2 Queen Anne High School Under 13s 
5 minutes into the 2nd half and Queen Anne got a 3rd goal when Inverurie were caught out once again and a through ball from Marc Pelin sent in Jack Pirie who finished with composure.
It was end to end stuff and Inverurie had a great chance to pull one back when Finlay Watson sent in a great cross and when the Inverurie support thought they were celebrating Jack Walker's side footed shot was blocked on the line by Roe McKenzie.
Inverurie got a 2nd with 20 minutes left when Mitchell Cheyne was the provider again and his cross found sub Sam Robertson who rounded Ainslie and tapped it into an empty net.
The message from Inverurie was score and you take the match into extra time and had a great chance to do that when Campbell Marr's cross was just drilled wide by Cameron McArthur.
Inverurie failed to capitalise on that miss and the game was over with 5 minutes left when Craig Scott's attempted pass went straight to Jack Pirie who passed into Ben McCann who got his 2nd goal of the game.
Full Time: Inverurie Academy Under 13s 2-4 Queen Anne High School Under 13s
Inverurie Academy Under 13s
Queen Anne High School Under 13s
1. Callum Wilson
2. Cameron Watt
3. Cambell Marr
4. Craig Scott
5. Jamie Hay
6. Jack Walker
7. Mitchell Cheyne
8. Greame Cochrane
9. Alastair Naysmith
10. Cameron McArthur
11. Finlay Watson
12. Sam Robertson
GK. Morgan Cook
14. Jack Donald
15. Cameron Smith
16. Bradley Yates
1. Adam Ainslie
2. Jack George
3. Roe Mckenzie
4. James Adam
5. Richie Wood
6. Alex Chinwalu
7. Charlie Coulson
8. Jack Pirie
9. Nathan Williamson
10. Marc Pelin
11. Ben Mccann
12. Jack Gibson
13. Aiden Davidson
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Last modified on Sunday, 04 August 2013 16:14
David Reid

David has been a YFS team member since January 2011 and has gone from strength to strength and is now the communications operator for the North region.
As well as his YFS duties Mr Reid also covers other sporting events with newspapers including the Evening Express which is one of the local papers in Aberdeen.
David was the 1st North region reporter for YFS and his experience has helped the other reporters who have joined settle in. In July 2012 David got the young journalist of the year award.
David has been proud of achievements to date and couldn't be more thankful for YFS.

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