|x||2||Blair Bateman (u20)|
|x||3||Ryan Milne (u20)|
|x||4||Danny McAlistair (u20)|
|x||5||Mark Anthony Byrne (u20)|
|x||6||Ryan Flannigan (u20)|
|x||7||Dylan O’Hagan (u20)|
|73||x||10||Cammy McKay (u20)|
|x||11||Michael McGaraghan (u20)|
|75||12||Conor McAteer (u20)|
|14||Andy McNee (u20)|
|73||15||Josh Devine (u20)|
Colts played Edusport for the third time in a week, this time protecting a 4-0 lead from the first leg. Edusport made a host of changes to their side with a number of first team players taking the field. Intent to reduce the Colts lead as early as possible, the Frenchmen pushed forward at every opportunity adopting a very physical approach. However they found the youngsters rearguard in fine form with Bateman, Milne and McAllistair repelling the attacks at almost every turn. Giles in goal was also playing his part with an assured performance.
Colts played their way into the game and were unlucky to lose a goal near the break when a deflected shot squirmed past Giles to give Edusport a slender lead.
Half time 1-0
The second have resumed and the Cumbernauld youngsters went on the front foot. They started to keep the ball well and passed it around much to the frustration of the home side who continued to try and muscle their way past the Colts.
In 63 mins the Colts got the equaliser there play richly deserved and it was McAllistair who popped up at the back post to knock in a rebound after Edusport failed to clear a corner. The Colts really started to play with some composure and their cause was helped when the influential no 10 kicked out at Byrne and received a straight red card.
This gave the youngsters the impetus to finish off the game and O'Hagan scored late on with a low drive which the keeper failed to hold.
Full Time -1-2
A convincing 6-1 aggregate win for the youngsters against the team currently sitting in second place in the league. A semi final against Spartans now beckons.