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Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low is delighted with the blossoming partnership between Neil Gauld and Chris Angus.
Deveronvale assistant manager Craig Stewart was relieved as his side ended their wait for a win against Turriff United.
Formartine United striker Scott Lisle is aiming to hit the 20-goal mark as soon as possible.
Peterhead attacker Danail Dimov had joined Turriff United on loan. The 19-year-old Bulgarian university student signed for the Blue Toon at the end of last year and will now spend the rest of the campaign at the Haughs.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low has challenged his side to record a top-three finish in the Highland League this season.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie looks for flawless run to push Brora Rangers in Highland League title race
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie admits it will take a flawless run to win the Highland League title – but they will push Brora Rangers all the way.
The sides still in this season’s Highland League Cup draw have learned their semi-final opponents. Highland League chiefs made the draw today at the offices of competition sponsors Utilita in Edinburgh. Formartine United will welcome Rothes to North Lodge Park. Meanwhile, Buckie Thistle travel to Dudgeon Park for their semi encounter with Brora Rangers.
Grant Campbell wants Fraserburgh to finish their Highland League campaign strongly – but isn’t looking beyond their next game against Rothes.
Paul Lawson believes Formartine United produced one of their best performances of the season to defeat Nairn County 6-0.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low was pleased with the way his side responded to their 4-0 loss at Brora Rangers.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter is ready to show faith in 16-year-old goalie Tim Findlay when Fort William visit the Haughs tomorrow.
Andy Hunter wants Inverurie Locos to build a stronger mentality between now and the end of the season.
Graeme Stewart backs Buckie Thistle for Highland League Cup success after shootout triumph over Fraserburgh
BUCKIE Thistle boss Graeme Stewart has backed his side to go all the way in the Highland League Cup after edging out Fraserburgh on penalties to reach the semi-finals.
Glenn Murison is dreaming of winning trophies with Huntly after an Australian adventure.
Cup treble on the agenda for Fraserburgh’s Owen Cairns as Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart eyes end to silverware wait
Owen Cairns says Fraserburgh are motivated by the chance to do a cup treble ahead of tonight’s Highland League Cup quarter-final against Buckie Thistle.
Huntly manager Martin Skinner hopes Glenn Murison can go on to become a club legend after signing a contract extension.
Fraserburgh look set to be without Aidan Combe for the rest of the season.
Fraserburgh stalwart Willie West admitted his side only had themselves to blame after losing ground to Highland League leaders Brora Rangers.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low is determined to bridge the gap between his side and Highland League leaders Brora Rangers in the future.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie wants his men to keep their standards up.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low hopes to get the best out of Sam Burnett after signing him permanently from Cove Rangers.
Keith assistant manager Jamie Lennox hailed their win over Formartine United as the best result of he and Dean Donaldson’s time in charge of the club.
Formartine United defender Darryn Kelly is pleased with the way his side have turned around their season.
Inverurie Locos’ in-form striker Chris Angus says his side are ready to throw the Highland League title race wide open by getting a positive result at Brora Rangers this weekend.
Formartine United’s Andrew Greig says the Pitmedden outfit will “try and focus on winning the Highland League Cup” after reaching the last four.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie praised the contribution Paul Campbell has made to the Bellslea side’s cause.
Graeme Rodger admits tomorrow’s game for Formartine United against Forres Mechanics is season defining.
For Fraserburgh frontman Paul Campbell, scoring the goals to help win a trophy was a dream realised.
Ross Willox has joined Fraserburgh from Peterhead on a permanent basis.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low admitted the better side won after their Aberdeenshire Shield final defeat to Fraserburgh.