All Highland League Posts
Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes was thrilled after two goals in a minute put his team on course to knock Inverurie Locos out of the Aberdeenshire Shield.
Keith have appointed Dean Donaldson as their new manager.
Inverurie Locos captain Neil McLean would love to skipper his side to a hat-trick of Aberdeenshire Shields – but insists they can’t look too far ahead.
Turriff United parted company with manager Ross Jack last night after almost four years in charge.
Fraserburgh striker Paul Campbell is dreaming of scoring the goal that slays Rangers in the Scottish Cup – after netting four off the bench against Fort William on Saturday.
Mitch Megginson insists Cove Rangers going the whole of 2017 unbeaten in the league will mean nothing if they lose their first game of 2018.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson has big targets for 2018 and wants to try to set the tone for the year by beating Wick Academy tomorrow.
Being manager of Inverurie Locos has made Neil Cooper a happy man.
Keith chairman Andy Troup is hoping for the quick appointment of a new manager and revealed he has someone in mind for the position.
Ewan Robb is disappointed to leave Keith but says he departs with his head held high
Skipper Eric Watson today hailed Cove Rangers for going through 2017 undefeated in the Highland League.
Cove Rangers skipper Eric Watson has put the Highland League leaders on red alert against defending champions Buckie.
Ryan Strachan believes Cove Rangers need to put as many points on the board as possible in the next few weeks before they encounter a potential fixture pile-up.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie is pleased to be boosted by the return of strikers Gary Harris and Graham Johnston for tomorrow’s game against Huntly.
Formartine United’s Jonny Crawford wants his side to make up for their Aberdeenshire Shield disappointment tomorrow.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran hailed match-winner Paul McManus after they beat Formartine United 3-2 after extra-time in the Aberdeenshire Shield second round.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson wants his players to show their big game belief against rivals Cove Rangers in the Aberdeenshire Shield tonight.
Formartine United player-manager Paul Lawson was delighted with their 3-1 victory at Clachnacuddin.
Andy MacAskill enjoyed his two years in Australia – but now he is back in Scotland, he’s aiming for silverware with Buckie Thistle.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart hailed the impact of his three debutants as they beat Keith 4-1.
Mitch Megginson believes Cove Rangers will be able to hit top form against Forres Mechanics despite having been out of action for a fortnight.
Willie West reckons Fraserburgh will be the underdogs when they face Brora Rangers tomorrow.
Having penned a new contract with Formartine United, Garry Wood now has his sights set on winning the Highland League title.
Neil Gauld is on the cusp of making Inverurie Locos history.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart has revealed they will be making more new signings after their latest double capture.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart is delighted to have signed Kieran Adams who he believes has the potential to be the best centre-back in the Highland League.
Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie has called tomorrow’s clash with Cove Rangers a must-win if they want to clinch the Highland League title.
Inverurie Locos manager Neil Cooper wants his side to bounce back against Brora Rangers to keep themselves in contention at the top of the Highland League.
Formartine United assistant manager Russell Anderson is wary of wounded champions Buckie Thistle.
Turriff United manager Ross Jack praised his players for playing through the pain to beat Fraserburgh in the Aberdeenshire Shield second round.