Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble felt the decision to crown Brora Rangers as Highland League champions for 2019-20 was the right one.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low believes Brora Rangers could follow the path of Cove Rangers into the SPFL.
Graeme Rodger reckons Formartine United can cause Highland League leaders Brora Rangers problems.
Fraserburgh captain Ryan Christie says it was never in his thoughts to retire after making his comeback following a year on the sidelines.
Fraserburgh’s Sean Butcher was gutted to lose to Brora Rangers and admitted their Highland League title challenge may be over.
Fraserburgh are the last Highland League side to beat Brora Rangers – and Paul Young wants them to be inspired by that victory as they look to make it a double tomorrow.
Mark Cowie admits it will be hard to see anything other than Brora Rangers winning the Highland League title if his Fraserburgh team don’t beat them on Saturday.
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.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low was pleased with the way his side responded to their 4-0 loss at 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.
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.
Inverurie Locos boss Low isn’t getting too far ahead of himself after impressive Highland League form
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low is not getting carried away with his side’s impressive run of form.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low hopes his side can continue to keep up the pressure on Highland League leaders Brora Rangers.
Huntly boss Martin Skinner admitted his side were outclassed by Brora Rangers in the Highland League Cup quarter-final.
Huntly’s Glenn Murison says they have the confidence to spring a surprise against Brora Rangers in the Highland League Cup quarter-final.
Martin Skinner admits his Huntly side face an unenviable task of stopping the Brora Rangers juggernaut.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart says the Jags’ next game cannot come quickly enough following Saturday’s thrashing by Brora Rangers.
Buckie Thistle manager Graeme Stewart believes Brora are favourites for the Highland League title but has backed his side to show their title credentials tomorrow.
Michael Clark thinks Brora Rangers are the benchmark in the Highland League – but has backed Formartine United to match them.
Fraserburgh triumphed at Dudgeon Park, but manager Mark Cowie says Brora Rangers are still favourites for the Highland League title.
After success in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup Fraserburgh’s Bryan Hay hopes they can aid their bid for more glory with victory against Brora Rangers.
Paul Hartley was delighted his Cove Rangers side fought back from a goal down to reach the third round of the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
Cove Rangers’ Martin Scott says they know how dangerous Brora are ahead of tonight’s Challenge Cup tie.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter believes his young players should relish taking on Brora Rangers.
Jordan MacRae has left Cove Rangers and signed for Brora Rangers on a three-year contract.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran hopes Wick Academy can do his title favourites a favour midweek against Brora.
Cove Rangers hitman Mitch Megginson thinks tomorrow’s meeting with Wick Academy at the Balmoral Stadium could go “a long way to deciding” the Highland League title.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran was pleased after his much-changed side extended their lead at the Highland League summit to six points against Fort William.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran hailed the fight in his side after they took a huge stride towards the Highland League title with a 1-1 draw at Brora.