WAFC 2 - Deveronvale 3

 21st December 2013 - Scottish Highland Football League  Harmsworth Park, Wick
 Wick Academy F.C.

  2 (Alan Farquhar 13, Richard Macadie  52)

WAFC Strip CommTeam: Michael Gray, Shaun Sinclair, Gary Manson, Alan Farquharycard, Grant Stevenycard, James Pickles(John Pickles 70), Sam Mackay(Gordon MacNab 77), Stevie Cunninghamycard, Gary Weir, Richard Macadie, Ross Allanycard(Lukasz Geruzel 46).

Subs: Alex Lamb, Gordon MacNab, Lukasz Geruzel, John Pickles, James More. 

  Deveronvale F.C.

 3 (Craig Cowie 5, Graeme Rodger 19, Ross Aitken 51) 

DeveronvaleTeam: Rhys Fyfe, Ross Aitken(Felipe Da Silva 89), Kevin Adamsycard, Scott Henry, Connor Rennie, John Urquhartycard, Craig Cowie(Ricky Wardrop 41), Graeme Rodger, Martin Charlesworth, Colin Charlesworthycard, Craig Simpson.

Subs: Kyle Raeycard, Ricky Wardrop, Thomas Hutchinson, Felipe De Silva, Darren McConnachie.

 Referee:   Graham Elder
 Bookings:

  Ross Allan 21 
  Grant Steven 55
  John Urquhart 61
  Stevie Cunningham 62
  Alan Farquhar 77
  Kevin Adams 86
  Colin Charlesworth 90
  Kyle Rae 90

 Sponsors Man of the Match:   Alan Farquhar

Christmas came early for Deveronvale at Harmsworth Park today as Academy gifted them their two opening goals.

A short back-pass by Grant Steven after 5 minutes allowed Craig Cowie to charge down Michael Gray's attempted clearance and he fire into an empty goal. Alan Farquhar did track back and tried to clear it off the line, but he couldn't stop it finding the back of the net.

Academy levelled when Alan Farquhar headed home from a free kick, but again they gifted the visitors another goal 6 minutes later when the ball was lost at the back and Cowie set up Graeme Rodger for a tap in.

The visitors went 3 up 6 minutes into the second half. A free kick 40 yards from goal was taken by Ross Aitken. He fired it high into the area where it cleared everyone and dipped under the cross-bar into the top right hand corner of Gray's net.

Academy did pull a goal back a minute later through Richard Macadie but couldn't rally a fight-back and Vale took the spoils.

Full match report to follow.