Huntly have bolstered their attack by signing Matthew McDonald on loan from Inverurie Locos.
The striker has joined the Black and Golds until the end of the season.
It’s McDonald’s second spell at Christie Park.
He first joined the club from rivals Keith in December 2015. The 22-year-old made 15 appearances for the Strathbogie outfit and scored one goal.
In September 2016 he joined Cove Rangers on loan and that deal was later made permanent.
In August of last year he signed for Locos, but he has struggled to get regular game time at Harlaw Park.
McDonald could make his Huntly debut tomorrow when Charlie Charlesworth’s team face Clachnacuddin at Grant Street Park.
In the Highland League this weekend the stand-out game is Forres Mechanics against Inverurie Locos at Mosset Park.
If the Railwaymen avoid defeat they can move above Fraserburgh and into second place.
While the Can-Cans are looking to make it 10 wins in-a-row.
Elsewhere, Dean Donaldson will take charge of his first home game as Keith boss when Nairn County visit Kynoch Park.
Deveronvale host Fort William and Buckie play Strathspey.