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Bellslea faced Faithlie United in a league match last Tuesday and in an entertaining match it ended in a draw with both sides netting three times.

The home scorers were Daryl Allan, Stewart Whyte and Craig Milne and replying for the away side was John McKinnon, Jamie Martin and Andrew Reid. The home side finished with 10 men as Stewart Whyte was red carded.

In another league game Mintlaw faced Clinton Thistle and it ended in an away win by the visitors by the odd goal in five. The winning Clinton goals came from Scott Milne, Neil Holland and Darren Batty and replying for the home side was Sean Park and Scott McKay.

Elizabethan Link Up faced Invercairn United on another league game and it was a win for Invercairn after they ran out winners by 5 goals to 1. Invercairn goals came from Andrew Whyte and Gary Patterson both netting a brace each and the other from Garry Summers and for the home side was Michael Cardno.

In a Peterhead derby game Panasonic faced Balmoor and this one also finished all square with both sides netting 3 goals apiece. The home goals came from Jamie Clark, Allan Donaldson and an own goal and replying for the away side was Marc Walker with a brace and one from Michael Waddell.

Bellslea faced New Pitsligo with the home side needing to get back to winning ways after drawing their last two games but this one also ended in a draw with both sides scoring twice. Scorers for the home side were Dannie Buchan and David Ross and replying for the away side was Gibby Stephen and James Cassie.

Another League game saw St Combs take on Title chasing Clinton Thistle and it was a comfortable win for the away side by 7 goals to 2. Clinton scorers were Darren Batty with a hatrick and one a piece from Andrew Ritchie, Neil Holland, Lee Lawrence and Stuart Fowlie.

Faithlie United played hosts to Invercairn United and it ended with a win for the away side with Invercairn winning by 4 goals to 2. Scorers for Faithlie were Andrew Reid and Martin Buchan.

Soccerworld Scotland League-second place New Deer faced fourth placed Ardallie in a league game and it was the home team that gained all 3 points when they went on a goal spree winning by 10 goals to 2.