Culter ease past struggling Maud

Culter defender James Seivwright (5) heads home The Deesiders' fifth goal against Maud at Crombie Park on Saturday.
Culter defender James Seivwright (5) heads home The Deesiders' fifth goal against Maud at Crombie Park on Saturday.

Culter made easy work of an under strength Maud side and the score could have been much more.

The home team went in front after only 14 minutes, McArthur sent a great pass down the right wing to McWilliam whose low cross was knocked in by the studs of Darren McALLISTER from close range.

Three minutes later and the Culter defence failed to deal with a long ball and WILLOX calmly slotted the ball past Farquhar for the equaliser.

Culter went ahead a minute later, MacArthur again fed the ball to McWilliam whose first time lob hit the post but Darren McALISTER was quickest to react and he hammered the ball into the net from six yards.

Wilson then had his 18 yard shot blocked in the 24th minute but the ball landed at the feet of Scott McARTHUR who sent a thunderous shot into the top corner from 16 yards.

Farquhar had to look sharp to palm away a Willox shot while a the other end Wilson’s shot hit McWilliam and just crept past the post. McWilliam then volleyed over McAllister’s cross as half time approached.

Maud started the second half well and a corner to the back post found Willox whose shot was kicked off the line by Robertson.

However, it was game over in the 49th minute when Mountford found space on the left wing and squared the ball to Ross McWILLIAM for an easy tap in.

McArthur shot just wide of the upright and then Gatt twice denied McWilliam in a matter of seconds.

McAllister missed a great chance for his hat trick before McKimmie volleyed over the bar.

McAllister’s corner in the 80th minute was met by the head of James SEIVWRIGHT to complete the scoring and seal the three points.

Culter: Farquhar, McArthur, Robertson, Kelly, Seivwright, Wilson, Murray, Craik, Mountford, McWilliam and D. McAllister. Subs: Donald, Sim, McKimmie, Rattray and McIntosh.