A year ago today Peterhead won League 2 in the final game of the 2018-19 campaign with a 2-0 victory over Queen’s Park at Hampden.
Jamie Masson hopes Cove Rangers’ winning mentality can carry them over the finishing line in League 2.
Paul Hartley hailed his “outstanding” table-toppers after Cove extended their unbeaten run in League Two to five against Queen’s Park.
Cove Rangers boss Paul Hartley hopes the club can continue to build on their bumper attendances this term against Queen’s Park tomorrow.
Aberdeen have confirmed the capture of striker Michael Ruth on a two-year deal.
It’s been a meteoric rise for Andy Robertson – in the space of a few years he’s gone from facing the Blue Toon to Barcelona.
Peterhead chairman Rodger Morrison believes they deserve to be in League 1 and hopes they can make that happen this weekend.
Ryan Dow insists Peterhead can’t feel sorry for themselves or it will wreck their hopes of winning the League Two title.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally said he’d “always take the result over the performance” after his side battled to beat Queen’s Park 2-1 at Balmoor.
Jason Brown hopes Peterhead can take advantage of title rivals Edinburgh City not being in league action this weekend.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally says their 2-0 defeat to Queen’s Park is a reality check for his squad.
Peterhead have won their last seven games – but Ryan Dow says they can still get better.
Jim McInally says he is pleased the SFA have chosen to stay at Hampden – but feels sorry for Queen’s Park.
Willie Gibson warned Peterhead they haven’t reached the League One play-off final yet after their win against Stirling Albion.
Jim McInally has warned Peterhead they face four cup finals after a 2-0 defeat at Queen's Park.
Almost a year on from the glitz of the Petrofac Cup final, Peterhead face another massive trip to Hampden.
Jim McInally praised the impact of his new signings after Peterhead's 4-0 thumping of Queen's Park.
Jim McInally called it "a big relief" to see Peterhead get their first league win in six months.
PETERHEAD boss Jim McInally today dedicated their historic cup win at Hampden to all the people of the Blue Toon.
PETERHEAD have been drawn to face Queen’s Park in the semi-finals of the Scottish Challenge Cup.