Farmington travelled to Inverkeithing for game two of the League Cup, and came away with a great win.
Goals from Marshall, Grant and an Allison double ensured the Forfar lasses maintained their 100 per cent record in the competition.
Forfar Meerkats U13s 4
Forfar Flyers U13s 2
In the Farmington League Cup derby ,the Meerkats came out on top.
Suzanne Stirling and Cara Clark gave The Flyers a 2-0 lead, but the Meerkats took hold of the game, and four goals from the impressive Steffi Simpson stunned The Flyers.
Raith Rovers U15s 4
Farmington Wildcats U15s 5
When Rovers took the lead in three minutes, The Wildcats knew they were in for a test, but in the 12th minute Taylor McEwen deceived the Rovers’ keeper with a low shot to level.
Just before half-time, the referee gave a penalty handball and Derrian Gollan stepped up to score.
Into the second half, Gollan made it 3-1 after good wing play from Sturrock; then roles were reversed with Gollan setting up Sturrock to chip past the ‘keeper.
Raith managed to pull two back, before Sophie Young got a deserved goal.
Rovers again pulled one back to make it a tense final few minutes for the Wildcats to hold on for the win.
Farmington Ladies 6
Aberdeen Development 9
In an incredible Second Division game, 17 goals were shared by the Forfar and Aberdeen second string outfits.
Forfar Farmington 1
Hamilton Accies 7
The learning process continued for the young Forfar Premier Squad as they had a tough afternoon against Accies.
The match was marred by a serious injury to Scottish Youth starlet Keira Johnstone.