Gordon Leask Memorial Cup action aplenty for Welfare sides

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In Group 1 of the Gordon Leask Memorial Cup , Longside Thistle were home against New .

The game remained goalless at half time but a brace from hit man Marc McLaren in the second period gave the visitors all three points and two wins in a row.

In Goup 2, Balmoor played hoststo Clinton Thistle.

It was the visitors who eventually ran out winners by scoring five goals without reply.

Scorers for Clinton were Lee Lawrence and Neil Holland both netting a brace each and one from Daniel Smith.

Another Group 2 game saw St Combs play New Pitsligo but this match had to be abandoned after 20 minutes due to high winds.

In Group 3, Panasonic had home advantage over Faithlie United.

A close match was expected between these two sides and this was proved correct with the away side winning by the odd goal in three.

The Faithlie goals came from Cameron Hutton with the first one and Jamie Martin with the second.

Replying for the home side was Liam Tinney.

Buchanhaven FC faced Mintlaw FC in Group 4, and all three points went to the away side who scored three goals without reply.

Goal scorers were Bruce Munro, Michael Jardine and Jake Leslie.

In the Soccerworld League Cuminestown entertained Mormond Thistle.

The visitors got their league season off to a flyer by scoring four goals without reply.

Scorers were Michael Cardno, Calum Brown, Don Allan and Liam Allan.

In the Scottish Cup Quarter Final Bellslea entertained Forth Valley side Dollar Glen.

And it was the North East Club who march through to the semi-finals after winning by 3-1.

The winning goals were scored by Scott Falconer who netted a brace and one from Scott Ritchie.

This leaves a minimum of two North East teams in the semis and with the possibility of a third in Mormond Thistle who face Stag Bar next Saturday.