In the North East Timber Supplies Buchan League, Phd Pensioners faced Hatton in a Group A match at the weekend.
It was the visitors who took the lead on 21 minutes after they were awarded a penalty which Ally Thomson converted.
It stayed that way until 70 minutes when the home side drew level with a brilliant strike from 20 yards from Jay Duncan.
With only a minute left to play Hatton were awarded their second penalty which saw Jay Duncan and keeper Marc Alexander both see red.
Michael Ure went in goal and he got a hand to the penalty from Ally Thomson but couldn’t keep the ball out for Hatton to secure another three points in their group.
Ardallie hosted Balmoor and this ended in a draw with both teams scoring two goals each.
Methlick had Balmoor as their opponents and this match ended all square with both sides scoring two goals each.
Hatton took on neighbours Ardallie in their group game and it was the home side that continue to impress winning by 4-1.
In Group B Longside Thistle entertained Cuminestown and it finished with a 4-1 win for the home side.
Dales FC faced Panasonic and the home side raced into a 5-1 lead at half time but the away side made a great comeback scoring five goals in the second half to win by 6-5.
Panasonic entertained Longside Thistle and it was end-to-end for the first 20 minutes.
Longside took the lead when they were awarded a penalty which Chris Cameron scored.
Back came the home side and from a corner David Gourley fired home to level the scores.
Just on half time Michael Murray had an easy finish and Longside went further ahead on 55 minutes.
Cuminestown welcomed Glenugie United and this was expected to be a close affair and was proved right whenthe match ended in a 2-2 draw.