All Highland League Posts
Scott Henry hopes to make up for lost time at Fraserburgh and reckons he can challenge for trophies at Bellslea.
The start of next season’s Highland League still seems to be a long way off.
Inverurie Locos striker Chris Angus is hoping to launch an app that could be the first of its kind in the UK.
Burton Albion’s Jevan Anderson hopes former club Formartine United can challenge at the top of the Highland League when the new season starts.
Scott Henry can show he’s one of the best centre-backs in the Highland League – Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie believes new signing Scott Henry can show he’s one of the best centre-backs in the Highland League.
Steve Dolan believes there’s more to come from Jody Munro and his Deveronvale team.
Huntly manager Allan Hale has challenged his players to go the extra mile to raise funds for two local charities.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter would be willing to start pre-season training with social distancing measures in place if it means being able to start next season’s Highland League sooner.
Turriff United captain Cammy Bowden admitted it was a difficult decision to leave the club after 11 years at The Haughs.
Craig McKeown hopes he can help Formartine United win the Highland League when football returns.
Deveronvale manager Steve Dolan will be content with his current squad if he is not able to strengthen ahead of the next Highland League season.
Football at Highland League level may not be close to returning any time soon.
Willie West felt the 2019-20 was one of his best for Fraserburgh and he hopes to hit the same heights whenever next term starts.
Jonny Smith on shortened Highland League season: ‘Do we get rid of the cups and concentrate on the league?’
Jonny Smith has accepted the next Highland League season will be a shorter one than teams are used to.
Keith manager Dean Donaldson is optimistic for the future now all of his squad are signed up to 2022.
Inverurie Locos chairman Mike Macaulay is worried that changes to the status of their ground Harlaw Park could impact on the club’s future.
New Huntly manager Allan Hale is eager to help the club fulfill it’s potential.
Rod Houston ‘open’ to Premiership B teams joining Highland League as part of Rangers and Celtic’s colts move
Highland League secretary Rod Houston believes clubs would have an open mind about the prospect of B teams joining the division.
Huntly have appointed Allan Hale as their new manager.
Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble has hailed the response to their attempts to raise money for Bellslea Park improvements.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson sees both of the argument when it comes to the Highland League restarting.
Jonny Smith reckons the pieces are in place for a Formartine United title challenge after signing a three-year deal with the club.
Turriff United boss Kris Hunter wants to recreate youth development excellence he experienced at Fraserburgh under Charlie Duncan
Kris Hunter was one of countless talents brought through the youth ranks at Fraserburgh by Charlie Duncan.
Formartine United have signed Jonny Smith from Inverurie Locos.
Keith manager Dean Donaldson has praised Jamie McAllister after the striker-turned-defender hung up his boots.
Boss Kris Hunter believes new signing Liam Norris has a bright future at Turriff United.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart hopes they may be able to sign defender Jack Murray permanently.
Graeme Stewart reckons the future is bright for Buckie Thistle after securing eight players on new contracts.
Liam MacDonald has thanked former Huntly manager Martin Skinner for giving him an opportunity at Christie Park.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston hopes they can complete next season in some form.