Half time Aberdeen 0 Falkirk 0Chris Forrester came on for Stevie May at the interval while Falkirk made a raft of changes. The Irishman was quickly into his stride displaying an impressive array of passes as the Dons tried to breach the Bairns rearguard. Just after the hour mark, Falkirk took off Turner and Petravicius bringing on O'Hara and their second trialist. A good run from Robson saw him slip past Logan but Lewis was quickly off his line to smother the danger. A fine ball from Forrester almost played Cosgrove in but the big striker's touch let him down at the vital moment. If the crowd of 922 was going to see a goal they were going to have to wait until the final quarter. On 70 minutes Lewis Ferguson and Frank Ross took over from McGinn and Gleeson in the Dons ranks. Two minutes later Paton was replaced by another trialist as the Bairns made their final switch. With 13 minutes remaining the very impressive Devlin was replaced by Mark Reynolds while Scott Wright replaced GMS. Michael Devlin looks like being a key man at the back for the Dons this season. Cosgrove and Rooney swapped places on 83 minutes then with three minutes left Aberdeen finally broke the deadlock. Wright slipped the ball wide for Andy Considine to play first time into the middle where the inrushing Lewis Ferguson slid in to net from close range. A first goal for his new club for the former Hamilton man. A good work out for both sides with the Dons just about deserving of their victory over a Falkirk side who will hope to be very competitive in the Championship over the coming season.