As much as he would like to continue playing Craig McKeown believes the decision to suspend football below the Championship is the correct one.
Fraser Hobday insists the Turriff United players need to take responsibility for the results which led to Kris Hunter’s departure as manager.
Chairman George Manson has thanked Kris Hunter for his contribution to Turriff United after the club and manager parted company.
A Brora Rangers supporting grandad has been delivered the clubs away shirt after confusion in their Scottish Cup tie led to him supporting the wrong side.
Turriff United have parted company with manager Kris Hunter.
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart believes the right call has been made to pause the Highland League season.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston wasn’t surprised by the decision to suspend football outwith the Premiership and Championship – but is confident the 2020-21 campaign can be completed.
‘I’m totally supportive’ – Cove Rangers chairman Keith Moorhouse backs SFA decision to suspend part-time football
Cove Rangers' Keith Moorhouse says he is in full support of the Scottish FA's decision to suspend football below the Championship as Covid-19 cases surge.
Scottish football suspended for three weeks below Championship level, with Scottish Cup also put on hold
The Scottish FA has announced a three-week suspension of part-time football amid the "escalating Covid-19 situation".
Secretary Rod Houston believes it is important for the Highland League to take stock as the Covid-19 situation continues to change.
Peterhead v Stenhousemuir and Buckie Thistle v Caley Thistle among ties postponed as big freeze hits Scottish Cup
Elgin City's Scottish Cup tie against Ayr United, Buckie Thistle's meeting with Caley Thistle and Peterhead v Stenhousemuir have all been postponed.
Highland League side Inverurie Locos have confirmed a staff member has tested positive for Covid-19.
Formartine United manager Paul Lawson was not surprised his side’s Scottish Cup tie with Annan Athletic was one of several to fall foul of the weather.
Facing Caley Thistle in the Scottish Cup should hold little fear for Buckie Thistle and their defender Sam Morrison.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson wants his side to take confidence from previous Scottish Cup scalps when they face Annan Athletic tomorrow.
Both Banks o’ Dee and Fraserburgh are daring to dream of a glamour Scottish Cup tie as they prepare to meet tomorrow.
Three of tomorrow's Scottish Cup cup ties involving Highland League sides have been wiped out by the wintery weather.
Buckie Thistle chairman Garry Farquhar reveals disappointment Caley Thistle tie has come at time when supporters are shut out
Buckie Thistle chairman Garry Farquhar reckons the Scottish Cup tie against Caley Thistle has lost some of its spark because of Covid-19.
Down the years Conor Gethins has faced Celtic and Rangers in the Scottish Cup – but his hat-trick for Formartine United against Annan Athletic is just as memorable.
Boss Allan Hale is relishing taking on Dumbarton after Huntly’s Scottish Cup victory against Cumbernauld Colts.
Highland League secretary Rod Houston says they will be guided by the SFA and Scottish Government when it comes to continuing the season.
Huntly progressed to the second round of the Scottish Cup with a 3-1 victory over Cumbernauld Colts.
Allan Hale hopes it can be fifth time lucky for Huntly as they attempt to get their Scottish Cup first round tie with Cumbernauld Colts played tonight.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson hailed his side’s determination after seeing his players claim victory in a dramatic finale for the second week running.
Inverurie Locos boss Andy Low believes the 4-2 win at Clach did not reflect his side’s dominance as Locos made it two wins out of two in the Highland League.
Broch assistant manager James Duthie insists every goal could count after watching Fraserburgh make it three wins out of three thanks to a stunning 13-1 win against Turriff United on Saturday.
Formartine United boss Paul Lawson has challenged his side to match their cup form in the Highland League.
Huntly boss Allan Hale is hopeful of getting their Scottish Cup tie with Cumbernauld Colts finally played tomorrow.
Andy Low is pleased Inverurie Locos have come through what will have been the most difficult year Highland League clubs have faced.
Huntly manager Allan Hale hopes they can set up a Scottish Cup tie against SPFL opposition by defeating Cumbernauld Colts tonight.