New Pitsligo had home advantage over Bellslea in a quarter-final match in the Soccerworld Cup and it ended with the home side progressing through to the semis to face Clinton Thistle after scoring four goals without reply.
The scorers were Neil Christie who bagged himself a brace and the others came from Richard Wisely and Luke Reekie. They now faced Clinton Thistle again in the semi-final. The other quarter-final match was between Faithlie United and Cheers.
This match was played in tricky underfoot conditions but it didn’t stop both teams trying to play good football and they served up a nine-goal thriller with the home side winning by 6- 3.
The winning goals came from Nathan Sandison who netted a hatrick, Barry Stephen with a brace and one from Dale Allan.
Replying for the away side were Scott Buchan with a brace and Jordan Jamieson.
Faithlie United now go forward to face St Combs in the Semi Final.
Results as follows:
Saturday, November 3:
fSoccerworld Cup quarter-final - Faithlie United ,6 Cheers 3; New Pitsligo 4, Bellslea 0.
Fixtures for Saturday, November 10:
Victoria Coaches Cup Final - New Pitsligo v Clinton Thistle (kick-off 1.30pm to be played at Watson Park, home of Cruden Bay Juniors).
Scottish Cup second round - Horseshoe v Elizabethan Link Up (kick-off 1.30pm).
Peterhead 10k this weekend
THE Marathon Oil Peterhead 10k will take place on Sunday, November 11, with a 1pm start at Dales Park, Kinmundy Road.
Entry forms are available from Robert Emslie, jeweller, Queen Street, Justrite, DFS, Peterhead Motors and Towerhill Stores.
Alternatively, you can enter online at www.therunningshop.uk.com or via Facebookl
Festive football news
Christmas at Balmoor
PETERHEAD Football Club is hosting a special late night shopping event later this month.
The event will take place on Thursday, November 29, from 6pm to 9pm and there will be various stalls, all with great Christmas gift ideas, as well as teas and coffees throughout the evening.
Parking is free and everyone is welcome to go along and enjoy a great varietry of shopping all under one roof.