A belated happy new year to you and yours.

It seems a while ago since our last game at the Broch and it was one to forget. We matched them until the first sending off, and then it was only going to go one way. I'm really looking forward to watching Sky Sports next Saturday to see the league represented when Fraserburgh host Rangers.…

Read more: Our visitors have had a mix of results

It’s been a couple of weeks since our last home game. Listening to the draw to see Banks O’ Dee get Selkirk, should hammer home what a chance we had to progress in the national cup competition BUT we did come up against arguably the best junior team in the area. In complete contrast we were idle the week before due to the horrible news coming from Nairn County. We all love our football but these tragic events really just sum it up, that it’s just a game. 

Turriff United at home was interesting.........The once big spenders, humbled by a team who showed passion and desire so missing from the previous week. …

Read more: "tragic events really just sum it up, that it’s just a game"

Huntly FC supporters club held its AGM last Sunday in the HFC supporters club with a large turnout following an article in the Huntly Express where the Chairman George Clark, called on supporters to support the organisation.

At the meeting, supporters club Chairman James MacKay, outlined the clubs current position and highlighted that it could not continue to operate with the losses being sustained and that they wished to try and attract new members by offering a new benefits package to members. He stressed the package was just the beginning with the hope that further benefits should be added going forward.…

Read more: Supporters Club Relaunch: New membership package available

Huntly football club are taking steps to help re-establish its supporters club as one of the best supported in the Highland league with a number of new initiatives, and plans to use the clubs AGM as the platform to promote this.…

Read more: Supporters Club Relaunch

Last week’s game was a nightmare from start to finish. We got off on the wrong foot and apart from a spell towards the end of the first half; we never really looked at the races. Keith were bigger and stronger and when we hit that good patch, they kicked on and were out of sight.

Under Andy and Tommy the away form has been patchy but we have looked the business at home. One or two additions to the squad and next season is looking healthy.

Talking about the squad, the Highland League is a place where gossip flies all over the place and because most players know somebody, then nine times out of ten it’s a case of no smoke without fire.
Another story surfaced at the soulless Kynoch Park on Saturday and I for one hope this story is the one out of ten.....time will only tell.

James McKay
Supporters Club Chairman

Read more: "We have looked the business at home"

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