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Inverurie Locos chairman Mike Macaulay has described it as an “honour” to host tomorrow’s under-18 schoolboy international between Scotland and England.
Manager John Sheran believes it is important to remember Cove Rangers will still be in control of their title destiny regardless of the result against Brora Rangers.
Cove Rangers' Darryn Kelly is pleased to have made his comeback from injury ahead of so many big games for the club.
New signing Martin Scott hopes he can help Cove Rangers to Highland League Cup and promotion glory.
Mitch Megginson is determined to help Cove Rangers into the Highland League Cup final to make up for missing out on the showpiece two years ago.
Manchester United and Aberdeen legend Sir Alex hails Cove for naming Balmoral main stand after SFA president McRae
Cove Rangers are to name the main stand at the Balmoral Stadium after club stalwart Alan McRae.
After reaching 250 goals for Inverurie Locos, Neil Gauld’s sights are already set on joining the 300 club.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran said his team just have to keep “grinding out results” after the Highland League leaders beat Deveronvale 1-0 at Princess Royal Park.
After returning to the top of the Highland League table Cove Rangers manager John Sheran challenged his players to keep on winning.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie is hoping they can finish the season strongly, despite their lengthy injury list.
Formartine United’s Graeme Rodger believes they could have a major say in the Highland League title race.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper believes they need to win their five remaining games to have a chance of a top-four finish.
Ryan Strachan believes Cove Rangers are still in prime position in the Highland League title race.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran believes the point earned from their 0-0 draw with Formartine United could be important in the Highland League title race.
Jordon Brown believes if Cove Rangers want to win the Highland League they need to perform well in big games like tonight’s against Formartine United.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson remained disappointed with his side’s showing at Rothes, despite the Pitmedden team salvaging a 3-3 draw.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran was pleased by his side’s routine 5-0 win over Lossiemouth at Grant Park.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper conceded it was “two points dropped” after his side drew 1-1 with Wick Academy at Harlaw Park.
Boss Neil Cooper wants Inverurie Locos to keep up their charge for the Highland League top four against Wick Academy tomorrow.
Highland League title race is still alive … and there are more than two teams in it – says Cove Rangers’ Ross
Cove Rangers centre-back Scott Ross thinks the Highland League title race is alive and kicking.
Boss John Sheran couldn’t fault his players’ efforts after a fantastic goalkeeping display prevented Cove Rangers striking a fatal blow in the Highland League title race.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper was delighted his side earned a Friday night three points against Deveronvale.
Inverurie Locos boss Cooper says season is far from over ahead of tonight’s clash with Deveronvale at Harlaw
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper says the Highland League is far from “done and dusted” this season.
Cove’s Megginson thinks top-of-the-table Highland League clash with Brora is going to be a ‘cracker’
Cove Rangers hitman Mitch Megginson has played down talk labelling their clash with Brora Rangers as a title decider.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson said he was delighted for his players after their historic Aberdeenshire Shield victory.
Banks o’ Dee co-boss Tommy Forbes says his side are “looking forward to the challenge” of ending their cup final hoodoo on Wednesday night as they take on Formartine United in the Aberdeenshire Shield final.
Formartine United midfielder Aaron Norris remains confident ahead of his side’s Aberdeenshire Shield final clash with Banks o’ Dee, despite a sobering defeat to Fraserburgh at the weekend.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie called for his side to find the consistency to challenge for the Highland League title after another win against one of the top teams.
Inverurie Locos manager Neil Cooper says his team have prepared well for their upcoming fixtures.
Aaron Norris is hoping Formartine United can beat Fraserburgh tomorrow to boost their challenge at the top of table and earn him family bragging rights.