Jevan Anderson hopes he can make the step back up to full-time football after a week’s trial with Fleetwood Town.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper hailed hat-trick hero Neil Gauld after their 4-1 win over Keith.
Formartine United will welcome back defender Jevan Anderson for tomorrow’s game with Strathspey Thistle after a week on trial with Fleetwood Town.
The Aberdeenshire and District Football Association (ADFA) have dedicated this year’s Shield final to former secretary Brian Christie.
Ryan McRitchie believes Huntly have the potential to keep climbing the Highland League table, after extending his stay with the club until the end of the season.
After 14 weeks on the sidelines, Paul McManus hopes he can contribute to Cove Rangers’ bid to retain the Highland League title.
Andy Hunter is delighted to have made his comeback from injury for Inverurie Locos after 10 months of frustration.
Matchwinner Mitch Megginson reckons Cove Rangers sent out a message to the rest of the Highland League with their win against Inverurie Locos.
North football’s two top scorers meet tomorrow looking to fire their teams to victory and gain an advantage in the goalscoring charts.
Aaron Norris looks set to extend his loan with Formartine United until the end of the season.
Scott Ferries has rejoined Formartine United after returning from Australia – but it may not be long before he is off on his travels again.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran says the club will be patient in the transfer market.
Turriff United manager Kris Hunter is pleased to have made a double signing.
After penning a new deal with Inverurie Locos, captain Neil McLean would love to win the Highland League.
Cove Rangers boss John Sheran praised Jordon Brown’s contribution after the attacker’s third goal in two games sealed a 1-0 win against Turriff.
Jordon Brown believes there’s no better way to keep his place in the Cove Rangers team than scoring goals.
Jordon Brown is delighted that Cove Rangers striker Mitch Megginson is back from injury.
Mitch and Mike Megginson are delighted to have made history with Cove Rangers by becoming the first father and son to score a century of goals for the club.
Daniel Crisp believes Inverurie Locos need to cut out the individual mistakes if they are to reach their full potential.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper says his team have to defend better when they return to North Lodge Park tomorrow.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran has been happy with the first half of their season – but says they need to push on again.
Paul Campbell admits Fraserburgh’s game with Brora Rangers is “almost must-win” if they want to challenge for the Highland League title.
Tributes have poured in from across the north-east football community for the “larger than life” former referee and administrator, Brian Christie.
Inverurie Locos boss Neil Cooper has praised his defence after keeping three clean sheets in a row.
Chris Angus scored five as Inverurie Locos beat Turriff United 7-0 – but the striker says he need to keep raising his standards.
Connor Scully is relishing trying to keep his place in Cove Rangers’ midfield.
Formartine United beat Deveronvale 4-1 last Saturday – but they will need to play a lot better to complete a double, according to Graeme Rodger.
Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie wants to learn from last season when they face Keith tomorrow.
Cove Rangers youngster Hamish MacLeod believes he is developing by staying with the club rather than heading out on loan.
Fraserburgh boss Mark Cowie was happy to see his side return to winning ways by beating Strathspey Thistle 3-1 after last Wednesday’s Aberdeenshire Shield exit to Banks o’ Dee.