Season 2017-18 Match Reports


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17/10/16

East of Scotland Cup

Brechin Vics 1 Sauchie 4

Vics were a match for their Premier league opponents and for 60 mins more than held their own. Sauche hit Vics with a quick four goal before Manager King converted a penalty after Crowe was brought down.

Team - Davidson, Hendry, King, Ferrar, Stephen, Lawson, Steel, Mckay, S Eaton, Crowe, Renilson, Subs- Tosh, Ferries, Black, O'Neill

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 10/12/16

League

Brechin Vics 0 East Craigie 6

A game to forget for Vics who were 4-0 down at the interval. East Craigie went on to score a further 2 goals to complete the scoring

Team - Davidson, Renilson, Mitchel, King, Ferrar, Young, Steel, Ferries. S Eaton, Black, Crowe, Subs- Tosh, Cargill (t) Lawson, Hendry, O'Neill

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03/12/16

League

Kinnoull 3 Brechin Vics 1

The game started at a furious pace with both sides attacking at every opportunity. The first chance came on 9 mins but Vics keeper Davidson saved well from a 20 yard shot. Vics came close on 15 mins when a good passing move down the right found Mitchell at the back post but his effort was high and wide. Vics were having a good spell mid way through the half with their sharp passing causing problems for the Kinnoull defence and from one of these moves Eaton had a shot from 20 yards which was just too high. Vics created another chance on 25 mins this time down the left and again Eaton had a shot from a Mitchell pass. Vics came very close to taking the lead on the half hour mark when Eaton's lob from 30 yards almost caught the back peddling keeper out but he was able to tip it round the post for a corner. The resultant corner found Ferrar and his header from 8 yards came back off the crossbar before being cleared to safety. Vics spell of pressure continued and a Black effort from 6 yards on the stretch went agonisingly over the crossbar. Kinnoull came back at Vics in the closing 10 mins of the half and twice Davidson was called upon to make two good diving saves to keep the scoreline blank.

Half time 0-0

Kinnoull came storming out of the blocks in the second half and had Vics pinned back. There pressure paid off on 55 mins when Donald blasted an unstoppable shot into the corner of the net from 18 yards after Vics had failed to clear. Kinnoull were looking to add to their tally and only the post stopped Norrie from scoring. Kinnoull did extend their lead on 59 mins when Norrie found space in the box and slotted past Davidson from 10 yards. Kinnoull went three goals up on 68 mins when a cross come shot from Norrie found Davies at the back post and he had the easiest of tasks of tapping the ball into the empty net. Vics did keep plugging away and reduced the deficit on 73 mins when a good run and cross from McKay found Young sliding in at the back post to score. Vics kept pressing and Eaton had a header from 10 yards tipped over the cross bar by the keeper. The game continued to flow from end to end but there was no further scoring.

Final score 3-1

Team - Davidson, McKay, Mitchell, Johnston, Ferrar, King, Steel, Lawson, Eaton, Black, Crowe, Subs- Young, Renilson, O'Neill

A disappointing result for Vics with game resting on a poor start to the second half. There was enough to show that positive results are not far away. Vics are at Home on Saturday 10th December when opponents East Craigie visit Victoria Park. Kick off is 1.30pm

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26/11/16

League

Brechin Vics v Kinnoull

For the second week running Brechin Vics league was postponed because of a frozen pitch. Vics have received an amendment to the original fixture and will now travel to meet Kinnoull in Perth on Saturday 3rd December. kick off is 1.30pm

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19/11/16

League

Thornton Hibs v Brechin Vics

The cold weather caused the postponement of this league game which will now be played at a future date.

Vics are at Home on Saturday 26th November when they entertain Kinnoull. Kick off is 1.45pm

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12/11/16

League

Brechin Vics 1 Kirrie Thistle 3

Vics started brightly and McKay was just to high with an angled drive on 7 mins. The game was settling down with both sides looking to attack at every opportunity. Kirrie opened the scoring on 11 mins when Russell played a neat one two before slotting the ball into the corner of the net giving Davidson no chance. Vics were playing some neat football and again came close on 17 mins when a Steel shot was parried by the Kirrie keeper with Eaton's follow up effort being blocked and cleared. Kirrie came back at Vics and on 30 mins hit the post with a shot from 12 yards. Kirrie extended their lead on 35 mins when Duell was allowed to turn and toe poked the ball passed Davidson into the corner of the net.

Half time 0-2

Vics were almost level on 46 mins when a Steel shot was blocked before falling into the path of Young who's shot was just wide of the target. Two mins later another good move by Vics presented Young with a chance at the back post but this time his header was just too wide. VIcs were on top and it was no surprise when they deservedly pulled a goal back on 64 mins. An excellent move down the right seen Crowe slip a great ball inside the defender to McKay and when his cross came into the box it was turned into the net by the unfortunate Kirrie defender. Vics were well on top and another similar move on 66 mins created a scramble in the Kirrie 6 yard box but Vics were unable to force the ball over the line and the danger was cleared. A minute later and Vics came even closer. A King free kick from 25 yards was parried by the Kirrie keeper only for Black's rebound to narrowly miss the target. Kirrie came more into the game in the last 10 mins and Davidson produced a good save at his near post. Kirrie completed the scoring on 82 mins when Tosh was on hand to smash the ball into the net form 10 yards after an initial shot was blocked.

Full time 1-3

Team - Davidson, Stephen, Ferrar, King, Steel, Lawson, McKay, Eaton, Black, Crowe, Young. Subs - Tosh, Ferries, Hendry, O'Neill

Vics produced an encouraging performance against 2nd placed Kirrie and with a bit more luck could have come away with a share of the points. Vics have an away fixture next week, Saturday 19th November, when they travel to meet Thornton Hibs. Kick off is 1.45pm

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05/11/16

League

Forfar Albion 1 Brechin Vics 5

Albion were first to threaten and Davidson was forced to make a good save from a 20 yard free kick. Vics gradually settled and began to play there passing game finding success down the flanks. Vics came close on 7 mins when an Eaton header was touched onto the cross bar from the Forfar keeper before being cleared to safety. Vics were dominant and another good move sent Black down the right but his cross into the box eluded everyone. Vics deservedly took the lead on 21 mins when a King free kick was knocked on by Eaton for Young to apply the finishing touches at the back post. Vics continued to press and almost made it two when a Mitchell free kick produced a great save from the Albion keeper. Vics did get the second goal on 30 mins when a Hendry centre caused problems for the keeper and ended up in the back of the net.

Half time 0-2

Vics came quickly out of the blocks in the second half and scored a third on 50 mins. Trialist McKay played a through ball to Eaton who kept his composure before slotting the ball into the net from 8 yards. A minute later an it was four,  Mitchell was played through the middle and slipped the ball under the advancing keeper from 18 yards. Forfar then had their best spell of the match and pulled goal back on 60 mins when the ball was bundled into the net at the back post despite the efforts of Davidson. The Vics keeper was again brought into action 2 mins later producing a good save from a 20 yard shot. Normal service was restored with Vics in the ascendancy and Crowe came close on 68 mins with shot from 20 yards just over the cross bar. Vics deservedly scored the fifth on 80 mins when Black progressed into the box before rounding the keeper to slot the ball into the empty net. Vics final effort came on 85 mins when Tosh came close but his effort was too wide.

Full time 1-5

Team - Davidson, Hendry, Ferrar, King, Stephen, Steel, Crowe, Black, Eaton, Young, Mitchell, Subs- Wood, Tosh, Lawson, Trialist, Milne

A comfortable and deserved victory for Vics . A harder task awaits next Saturday 12th November with a Home game against high flying Kirrie Thistle. Kick off 2.00pm

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29/10/16

League

Brechin Vics 1 Newburgh 6

Vics produced a very disappointing performance in this league match. Vics got off to a great start when Gourlay scored in the 1st minute from the penalty spot. Their lead was short lived however an Newburgh equalised on 4 mins  again from the spot. Newburgh all but won the game on midway through the half scoring 3 goals in a 5 min spell. The second half was much more even but it was Newburgh who were the more lethal in from of goal scoring a further 2 goals on 70 and 75 mins to complete the scoring.

Team - Davidson, Eaton, Mitchell, Gourlay, Johnston, Stephen, Steel, Lawson, Black, King, Crowe. Subs- Hendry, Ferries, Ferrar, Wood, O'Neill

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22/10/16

Scottish Cup

Brechin Vics 1 Sauchie 4

Vics went out at the 2nd round stage of the Scottish Cup at the expense of Sauchie who have won 11 out of 11 of their previous games. A good crowd was in Victoria Park and they were treated to an entertaining Cup tie. Vics started brightly and Black had an early chance but rushed his attempt. Vics were not overawed by their opponents and took the lead on 20 mins when a Young shot from a Crowe corner was squeezed in at the near post. Vics held this lead until 34 mins when Sauchie hit them with 2 goals in 2 minutes. Firstly Cumming curled a good shot into the top corner from 18 yards and then ex Brechin City player Diack was on hand to head into the net from 6 yards. Vics Young had a shot from 30 yards well saved on 43 mins before Sauchie were awarded a penalty kick as a result of a hand ball infringement. Cummings scored from the spot with the last kick of the half.

Half time 1-3

 Vics gave an excellent account of themselves in the second half playing some good passing football on what was, because of the heavy rain, becoming a difficult surface. Vics were having a good spell of pressure but were finding it difficult to create that one chance that would pull them back into the game. It was Sauchie who were to score next when mid way through the half they were awarded another penalty. Cummings stepped up and scored from the spot to complete his hat trick. Vics to their credit battled hard and Black again had a chance when played in on goal but the keeper saved at his feet. Sauchie did cause a few problems for the Vics defence but found keeper Davidson in good form making three very good saves to prevent any further scoring.

Full time 1-4

Team - Davidson, King, Eaton, Gourlay, Johnston, Steel, Lawson, Stephen, Black, Young, Crowe. Subs-Renilson, Mitchell, Hendry, Ferrar, Ferries

Although out of the Cup there was many positives to be taken from the game. The challenge for the team  is to carry forward this type performance into the league fixtures starting with the Home game on Saturday 29th October against Newburgh. Kick off is 2.30pm

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15/10/16

League

Brechin Vics v East Craigie

Game postponed - water logged pitch

Vics have a Home Scottish Cup Tie against Sauchie on Saturday 22nd October, kick off 2.30pm

Supporters please note that Season Tickets are not valid for this game

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08/10/16

League

Blairgowrie 4 Brechin Vics 0

Vics found themselves 2-0 down at the interval. The defining moment of the second half and the final result was on 75 mins when Vics missed a glorious chance to pull a goal back only for Blairgowrie to progress up field an score their third. The fourth goal was scored with the last kick of the game.

This was a much improved performance and continued hard work team spirit will see them come out of this bad run.

Team - Davidson, Hendry, Milne, Gourlay, Johnston, Steel, Renilson, Eaton, Black, Stephen, Ferries. Subs- Ferrar, Young, King, O'Neill, Lawson

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01/10/16

League

Brechin Vics 0 Luncarty 6

Vics put in their worst performance of the season. They found themselves 2-0 down at the interval and a further 4 goals in the second half completed a totally miserable afternoon for the home side.

Team - Davidson, Hendry, Milne, Gourlay, Ferrar, Steel, King, Stephen, Black, Ferries, Renilson. Subs Johnston, Eaton , O'Neill, Trialist

Vics next 3 fixtures are Saturday 8th October Away versus Blairgowrie, Saturday 15th October Home versus East Craigie, Saturday 22nd October Scottish Cup Home versus Sauchie

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24/09/16

GA Engineering Cup

Brechin Vics 1 Broughty Athletic 5

Vics faced Super League Broughty in this preliminary round cup tie. It was Vics who first threatened when on 4 mins Steel shot wide after good set up play. Broughty gradually took control of things and their slick passing kept Vics on the defensive. The rear guard held out comfortable until 21st min when Collier was on hand to head past Davidson from 6 yards. Vics tried hard to get back into the game but it was Broughty who extended their lead on 33 mins when Collier was on hand to head a miss guided overhead attempt into the net from 4 yards. It was 3-0 on 36 mins when Suttie was played in on Vics goal and slotted the ball past Davidson from 20 yards. Broughty made it four on 41 mins when Collier completed his hat trick with a back post header from 10 yards.

Half time 0-4

Vics pulled a goal back on 51 mins when Black was played in on goal and tucked the ball past the advancing Broughty keeper from 18 yards. Any hope of a Vics comeback was ended when on 55mins Yates fired an unstoppable shot into the corner of the net . Vics were showing up much better in the second half but it was Broughty who continued to look most dangerous and Davidson was forced to make couple of good saves to prevent any further goals. Vics came agonisingly close on 80 mins when Tosh had a close range effort deflected narrowly over the cross bar. Vics came even closer a minute later when Steel had a shot blocked on the goal line. The final effort of the game came on 85 mins when Ferrar was wide with a shot from 18 yards.

Full time 1-5

Team - Davidson, Hendry, Milne, Gourlay, Ferrar, Steel, Ferries, Stephen, Black, King, Mitchell. Subs-Tosh, Renilson, Johnston, O'Neill

As expected Broughty provided very difficult opponents and ran out deserved winners. Vics had a disappointing period in the first half when they conceded four goals but gave a much better account of themselves in the second half. Vics next match is a Home League encounter on 1st October against Luncarty. Kick off is 2.30pm

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17/09/16

League

Brechin Vics 3 Arbroath Vics 4

Arbroath had the better of the opening exchanges and took a deserved lead on 7 mins when Gillespie was on hand at the back post to slam the ball past Davidson from 5 yards. Arbroath almost went further ahead on 11 mins when Jones hit the post from a 20 yards shot. The same player had an attempt on 14 mins but Davidson saved his shot. Brechin gradually worked their way back into the game and equailsed on 35 mins when Steel was on hand at the back post to fire the ball into the net from 12 yards. Brechin were on top now and MItchell came close 2 mins later with a shot that hit the post. A sweeping move on 44 mins led to Brechin taking the lead. King picked up the ball in the centre of the park, played a ball wide to Mitchell and when his cross came into the middle Black seen his effort from 6 yards saved by the keeper, Arbroath's defence only half cleared the ball and when it landed to Ferries 25 yards out he fired the ball into the corner of the net.

Half time 2-1

Brechin looked the more likely at the start of the second half and on 55 mins Ferries headed a Mitchell cross just wide of the target. Brechin then endured a poor period of the game losing 2 goals in a 10 mins spell. Firstly on 62 mins the referee controversially awarded a penalty after Ferries appeared to have made a good tackle in the box. Jones of Arbroath stepped up and sent Davidosn the wrong way from the spot. Penalty number two was awarded on 70 mins when Davidson brought down the advancing Arbroath forward. Jones again stepped up and scored with the resultant kick. Davidson in the Brechin goal made a good save from a 25 yard free kick to keep Brechin in the game. Brechin tried hard to equalise and some how the Arbroath goal survived on 76 mins when an almighty goal mouth scramble was eventually cleared to safety. Arbroath scored a fourth goal on 84 mins when Hester met a cross to head into the net from 8 yards. Brechin weren't finished and pulled a goal back on 86 mins when Black headed a Mitchell cross into the net from 6 yards.

Full time 3-4

Team - Davidson, Johnston, Milne, Gourlay, Stephen, Steel, Ferries, King, Black, Lawson, Mitchell. Subs- Renilson, Ferrar, Rausch, Hendry, O'Neill

Brechin Vics will have to pick themselves up for Saturday 24th Septembers Home GA Engineering Cup Tie against Super League side Broughty Athletic. Kick off 2.30pm

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10/09/16

League

North End 5 Brechin Vics 1

Vics were brought back down to earth after two good wins. Vics could not have wished for a better start when on 5 mins Black scored with a diving header from a Ferries cross after an excellent flowing move. North end came back strongly and Eaton had to clear a header off the line. O'Neill then produced a good save from a shot from 12 yards. North End did grab an equaliser on 24 mins with a header from 8 yards. Vics responded however and a good through ball from King found Rausch who produced an good save from the North End keeper. North End took the lead on 43 mins with a 30 yard strike which flew into the roof off the net.

Half time 2-1

Vics again started the half brightly and Rausch shot narrowly over the bar from a Ferries cross. Vics were having a good spell and on the hour mark a Ferries diving header from a Black cross produced a great save from the North End keeper. North End extended their lead on 65 mins when their striker had an easy tap in form 6 yards. Vics continued to try an attack down the flanks but were frustrated with their final ball going astray. O'Neill produced a couple of good saves before North End completed their scoring on 80 and 89 mins with two headed goals to complete a miserable afternoon for Vics.

Final 5-1

Team - O'Neill, Eaton, Mitchell, Johnston, Ferrar, Steel, Ferries, King, Black, Rausch, Crowe. Subs- Gourlay, Stephen, Milne, Hendry, Davidson

Manager King will be looking to his team for a positive response on Saturday 17th September with a Home game against Arbroath Vics  Kick off 2.30pm

  

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03/09/16

D J Laing East of Scotland Cup

Oakley United 2 Brechin Vics 3

Vics progressed to the second round with a good away victory. Vics started on the front foot and a King free kick was headed narrowly wide only for the referee to blow for offside. Oakley were adopting a physical approach to the game and as a result the game was unable to flow and was constantly halted. Black of Vics had an effort on 13 mins cutting in from the left but his shot from 18 yards slipped wide of the goal. Vics came even closer on 18 mins when Ferries had a header from 8 yards just too high. Oakley did show on attack and O'Neill made a good save from a shot from 20 yards. Vics eventually took the lead on 28 mins when a cross from Rausch was bundled into the net by a combination of Ferries and an Oakley defender. Vics were having the better of the chances and King came close on 38 mins when his goal bound drive from 25 yards was blocked on route. It was almost two on 39 mins when Ferrar headed a corner against the cross bar before somehow the Oakley defence managed to clear to safety.

Half time 0-1

Vics came storming out of the blocks at the start of the second half and added two goals in the space of 2 mins. Firstly on 51 mins a Rausch flick to Black was followed by a neat pass into the path of Crowe who ran on to slot the ball past the advancing keeper from 12 yards. Secondly on 52 mins great pressure from Black created an opportunity for Rausch who from 25 yards sent an unstoppable shot into the corner of the net. Oakley however gave themselves a lifeline on 56 mins when Ferrar was adjudged to have pushed an Oakley player in the box and a penalty kick was awarded. Celentano stepped up and sent O'Neill the wrong way from the spot. Oakley then adopted route one football and were beginning to cause Vics rear guard some problems. Vics keeper O'Neill was called into action a couple of times saving a shot from 25 yards and making an even better save from a 22 yard free kick. Oakley did pull back a further goal on 75 mins when Rennie scored with a well taken free kick from 25 yards out. Vics themselves came back into it and after a good King break from defence Gourlay was only a fraction too high with his shot from 20 yards.

Full time 2-3

Team - O'Neill, Eaton, Mitchell, Ferrar, Johnston, Steel, Ferries, King, Black, Rausch, Crowe. Subs- Stephen, Gourlay , Hendry

Vics squad was stretched to the limits but they stood up well to the task and deservedly progressed to the next round. Vics are back to League business next Saturday 10th September when they travel to meet Dundee North End. Kick off is 2.30pm

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27/08/16

League

Brechin Vics 3 Lochee Harp 1

Vics recored their first victory of the season in what was an improved performance and deserved three points. Vics were looking for a quick start and took the game to their visitors. Harp however had similar plans and the opening moments spread from end to end. Vics came agonisingly close on 20 mins when Mitchell's angled drive from 16 yards was tipped past for a corner. The resultant corner was easily cleared by the Harp's defence. Vics eventually took the lead on 22 mins with a flowing move from back to front which sent Mitchell clear down the left wing. Mitchell progressed and sent in a great low cross which was met by Rausch who slotted the ball past the Harp keeper from 8 yards. Vics were looking fairly comfortable at this stage and continued to apply pressure to Harp's defence. Harp shocked Vics on 32 mins with an equalising  goal. A corner kick was played in from the right and Gowans stooped low to head past Davidson from 8 yards. Harp again came close 2 mins later but Davidson made a good save

Half time 1-1

Vics came flying out of the blocks in the second half and Black was presented with a chance from a King pass but shot weakly at the Harp goal. Harp were still a danger and Davidson was called to make a save this time with his feet after the forward was sent in on goal. Vics again took the lead on 62 mins when Crowe played in Black and he was able to poke the ball past the advancing Harp keeper. Vics went further ahead on 64 mins when they were awarded a penalty after a coming together in the box. Gourlay stepped up and hammered the ball past the keeper. Vics were in control of the game and another move seen Rausch play in Crowe but his 18 yard shot was saved by the keeper. Crowe then became provider and played in Ferries but his effort on the angle was blocked. Johnston was next to have an attempt but his shot from 20 yards was a fraction too high.

Full time 3-1

Team - Davidson, Johnston, Milne, Gourlay, Stephen, Steel, Crowe, King, Black, Rausch, Mitchell. Subs- Eaton, Ferries, Ferrar, Renilson, Tosh

A deserved 3 points for Vics in what was an improved performance from last weeks disappointing draw. Vics have a break from league duty on Saturday 3rd September when they travel to meet Oakley United in the East of Scotland Cup. Kick off 2.30pm

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20/08/16

League

Coupar Angus 1 Brechin Vics 1

Vics started smartly and the first opportunity fell to Rausch in the opening minute with shot which the keeper saved well. Coupar angus showed their menace on 4 mins when Davidson had to save a shot from 20 yards. Vics came close to opening the scoring after good play involving Rausch and Black presented Crowe with a chance but his effort from 8 yards hit the post and went behind for a goal kick. Coupar angus took the lead on 17 mins when Grimes was played in and he slotted the ball past Davidson from 18 yards. Vics equalised 2 mins later with a well worked goal. Crowe played a good pass through the middle of the Coupar defence for Rausch to run onto and smash a shot from 20 yards past the advancing keeper. Coupar came very close to taking the lead on 30 mins but Davidson produced a good save tipping an effort onto the cross bar before King was on hand to clear the danger. Vics finished the half strongly when Crowe fired over from 16 yards before Steel had a header from 8 yards saved by the keeper.

Half time 1-1

The second half was a much more cagey affair with chances being at a premium. Coupar Angus again brought Davidson in to action on 50 mins and again he saved well. Vics came close on 60 mins when player manager King had a shot from 25 yards sail over the cross bar. A minute later Coupar had a similar chance and once again the shot was wayward. Both teams were struggling to find that moment of individual skill which would provide the winner although Vics came agonisingly close on 80 mins. Vics were awarded a free kick 25 yards from goal and King stepped up but his well struck shot hit the post and went behind for a goal kick.

Full time 1-1

Team - Davidson, Gourlay, Milne, Stephen, ferrar, Steel, King, Lawson, Black, Rausch, Crowe. Subs-Eaton, Renilson, Ferries, Johnston, O'Neill

Vics struggled to get any fluency into their game but came  away with a deserved point. Vics are at Home on Saturday 27th August when Lochee Harp are the visitors to Victoria Park. Kick off is 2.30pm

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13/08/16

League

Brechin Vics 2 Scone Thistle 3

Vics started there league campaign on Saturday in what turned out to be  a disappointing afternoon. Vics started brightly and good play down the left wing presented Milne with a chance and his shot from 18 yards was turned round the post by the Scone keeper. Vics took the lead on 20 mins when Steel was brought down by the Scone keeper in the box and a penalty kick was awarded. Gourlay stepped up and sent the keeper the wrong way from the spot. The game was fairly even possession wise but it was Vics who created another opportunity on 35 mins, Rausch producing a good save from the keeper with a shot on the angle from 12 yards after a mazy run. Vics came close on 38 mins when a Ferries header was cleared off the line. A minute later Scone were level after a breakaway which seen Mitchell hit the goal line before crossing to Mills who scored from 6 yards. Scone took the lead on 44 mins when Mills again was on hand to score from 8 yards after a Davidson save.

Half time 1-2

Scone created the first chance of the second half when Gourlay was required to clear an attempt off the line. Vics came back and Renilson came agonisingly close on 55 mins with a shot from 20 yards. The game settled into a midfield battle for the next 20 mins or so with little in the way of goal chances. Scone however extended their lead on 75 mins when the unfortunate Stephen headed a cross past his own keeper from 6 yards. Vics to their credit came back immediately and Black took advantage of a fortunate block before advancing past the keeper and slotting into the corner of the net form 10 yards. Vics attempted to get back on level terms but were unable to carve out a goal scoring opportunity

Full Time 2-3

Team- Davidson, Eaton, Milne, Gourlay, Johnston, Lawson, Renilson, Steel, Ferries, Rausch, Crowe. Subs - Stephen, Ferrar, Black, Hendry, O'Neill

Vics will be looking for better next week when they travel to meet Coupar Angus on Saturday 20th August. Kick off 2.30pm

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 Team - Robbie, Stephen, Barclay, Gourlay, King, Steel, Black, Scott, Bailey, J Young, Smith , Subs-Renilson, Mitchell, Wood, O'Neill

Vics were the team on top in the first half and should have gone in with a bigger lead. Unfortunately Vics had a disappointing second half performance and a controversial penalty decision prevented a share of the points. Vics are at Home on Saturday 7th May when Scone Thistle are the visitors, kick off 2.30pm. Admission for the game will be free of charge.

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