Scoring his first goal of the season in front of his family was a proud moment for Fraserburgh’s teenage hitman Andrew Hannar.
Calum Dingwall admits it’s still strange returning to North Lodge Park – but hopes Inverurie Locos can make it a double against Formartine United.
After ending his goal drought, Rory McAllister is determined to find the net regularly again as he eyes a double century of strikes for Peterhead.
Young Don Luke Turner believes he will benefit from the experience of playing alongside Ash Taylor.
Jim McInally believes Saturday’s opponents Montrose are a good example for his Peterhead side.
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Aberdeen's under-19 women are bidding to end the season with a memorable cup double.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie felt his side were a “different class” as they reached the Aberdeenshire Shield semi-finals at a snowy Kynoch Park.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low hailed their bottle after a penalty shoot-out win against Aberdeen reserves took them into the Aberdeenshire Shield semi-final.
Willie West is aiming for more silverware with Fraserburgh after signing a new contract – and hopes to start with the Aberdeenshire Shield.
Jim McInally is pleased Peterhead have proved that taking the scalp of the League One leaders was no fluke.
Daniel Higgins feels he is continuing to improve with Cove Rangers this season.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie was pleased to get back on the winning trail in the Highland League.
Andy Low felt Inverurie Locos were in control throughout as they beat Clachnacuddin 4-1 at Harlaw Park.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart says the Jags’ next game cannot come quickly enough following Saturday’s thrashing by Brora Rangers.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally felt his side’s first-half performance in the 2-1 win over Clyde was the best of his tenure.
Cove Rangers captain Mitch Megginson hailed their spirit after seeing off Stirling Albion.
Michael Leask insists Scotland’s cricketers won’t be going to next year’s T20 World Cup just to make up the numbers.
Owen Cairns says Fraserburgh will come back strongly after their first Highland League defeat of the season.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has urged his side to build on their win against Raith Rovers when they face Clyde tomorrow.
Peterhead midfielder Jack Leitch hopes their victory over Raith Rovers acts as a turning point in their season.
After signing a contract extension with Inverurie Locos, Greg Mitchell is targeting more trophies.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says they will send new signing Danail Ivanov on loan to the Highland League.
Turriff United boss Kris Hunter is pleased to have re-signed Adam Cross ahead of tonight’s Highland League clash with Huntly.
Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley will use tonight’s Aberdeenshire Shield first round tie against Aberdeen to run the rule over prospects from the club’s Under-20s team.
Inverurie Locos are without Chris Angus for tomorrow’s clash with Wick Academy – but boss Andy Low insists others are ready to take their opportunity in his place.
Scott Barbour feels Fraserburgh can challenge on multiple fronts this season.
Scott Ross says Cove Rangers’ Central Park heartache is not on their minds as they return to Cowdenbeath as a fully-fledged SPFL club.
Derek Lyle insists Peterhead have the character and the quality to end their bad run of form.
Michael Clark thinks Brora Rangers are the benchmark in the Highland League – but has backed Formartine United to match them.