|CB||3||Andy Ward (c)|
|14||Ryan Milne (u20)|
Colts made the journey to Edinburgh to face Civil Service Strollers looking for a result to bounce back up the league table after a disappointing result last weekend.
The first half was one of few chances for both sides with both teams battling hard and the referee having to intervene on a few occasions to settle things down.
Strollers keeper was brought into action midway through the first half making a good save to his right hand side from Craig Murray who was breaking well from midfield to support the Colts' strikers.
Half Time 0-0
The second half began it wasn't long before Colts went ahead shortly after 50 minutes through Johnny Black. Broadfoot on the left worked the ball well to deliver and as the ball fell to Blacks feet, he had the time in the box to settle himself and drill the ball past the goalkeeper into the corner of the net.
The home side though managed to keep up their spirits and worked their way back into the game and lifted the pace of the game and were creating chances but were failing to hit the target.
As the clock ticked on and both sides still in the game the hosts drew level as the ball fell to Jack Downie just inside the box and blasted the ball past Fahey to make the score line 1-1.
Strollers then took control of the game and were pushing for a winner and could have had it if not for the woodwork; a counter-attack saw Strollers have a 3v2 in their favour and as Ward committed to a challenge the ball was squared to Steven Froude who cut inside back onto his right foot and his shot rebounded off of the post for Colts to clear.
Full time 1-1