Scotland gained the bragging rights over England with a thrilling victory in Friday’s U19 international between the two old rivals at iceSheffield.
Scott Jamieson (2), Jordan Buesa and Euan Anderson were on target for Scotland as a see-saw encounter ended all-sqaure after 60 minutes.
Liam Stenton’s overtime goal sparked wild celebrations as Scotland claimed the Frank Dempster Memorial Trophy with a 5-4 victory.
The game was the perfect warm-up for three busy days of action at Conference Weekend, although Scotland ultimately ended up returning home empty-handed.
The U17 team won three of their four group games to qualify for the final against North and they looked well-placed to claim the trophy when they opened a two-goal lead at the end of the first period.
However, North battled back to secure a hard-fought 5-3 victory.
The U15 side failed to reach their final, despite losing just one of their four group games. They defeated South East 4-1, but lost by the odd goal in five against North.
Draws against Midlands and South West ended their interest in the tournament. Midlands secured the trophy with a 2-1 success against North.
Our U13 side matched the U17s in reaching the final in their age group, but South East proved too strong as they recorded a 2-0 win.
The U11 side lost all four of their games, although they were competitive in each of them. South West claimed the championship with a 3-0 victory over Midlands in the final.
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