Banks o’ Dee have signed Turriff United captain Fraser Hobday.
The 25-year-old made 70 appearances for the Haughs side after joining from Peterhead in 2018.
Hobday took the captain’s armband following the departure of Cammy Bowden to Huntly last summer.
Turra managed to complete just two matches during the 2020-21 Highland League season, losing to Formartine and Fraserburgh.
Turriff United have this past week agreed terms for the transfer of goalkeeper and club captain Fraser Hobday to Banks O'Dee.
Fraser was signed by Kris Hunter from Peterhead in his first full season back at the club in his second reign as manager coming in at the start of… pic.twitter.com/ChvaD6ofjx
— Turriff United Football Club (@TurriffUnitedFC) May 17, 2021
A Turriff statement read: “All at Turriff United would like to thank Fraser for his service and wish him well for his future career.”
North Superleague side Banks o’ Dee recently announced the departure of long-serving co-manager Tommy Forbes.
Forbes spent nine years with the Spain Park outfit, starting off as a coach before taking the reins alongside Sandy McNaughton then, latterly, Jamie Watt.
Under Forbes’ guidance, Dee won 14 trophies and reached the third round of the 2017-18 Scottish Cup.