Golf Day 2017

Man of the match Glenn Murison receives his award from representatives from Pipeline Technique following our last home game of the 2016/17 season against Forres Mechanics.

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Huntly defender Michael Clark presents a signed ball to Match Ball Sponsor Jamie Robertson on behalf of the Louis Memorial Team.

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Robert Duncanson receives his award from Gordon McRae

Dennis Wyness receives his award from Match Sponsors Ryden

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neep replied the topic: #438 8 months 5 days ago

Premnay wrote: So in the context of a home defeat by Clach and a home draw with the bottom team in the league, the general support was unimpressed. So they booed the team, or more likely I suspect the team management.

We haven't beaten Clachnacuddin in the last six games at Huntly but some people thought we were expected to beat them... some peoples levels of expectation may be a little high.

To be fair to Strathspey their goalkeeper pulled off a number of good saves to keep the score down and those conditions were not the best for anyone to play in.
There was a lack of encouragement from our own support in the second half with our own players being on the end of criticism from our own support yet again.
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Premnay replied the topic: #437 8 months 5 days ago

neep wrote: ... not as disappointing as hearing some of our own fans booing the team at the end of the game ...


I was not there but my take on this is that most supporters, given the club's significant investment in players in the summer, would have expected a win. When you look at our current five match league schedule, this is/was an opportunity to put significant points on the board. So in the context of a home defeat by Clach and a home draw with the bottom team in the league, the general support was unimpressed. So they booed the team, or more likely I suspect the team management.
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neep replied the topic: #436 8 months 1 week ago
Disappointing result played in poor weather conditions - not as disappointing as hearing some of our own fans booing the team at the end of the game
Plenty of chances in the first half but to be fair to Strathspey their goalkeeper had a number of good saves to keep it 2-1 at the break. The front players had a couple of chances into the second half but again Aitchison did well to keep out Robbie.
Their second took a bit of a cruel deflection.
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huntlyfc93 replied the topic: #1178 8 months 1 week ago
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neep replied the topic: #434 8 months 1 week ago
A good assessment by Mark, worth a listen

Man of the Match and Hat Trick Award to Jordan Morrice by John Newlands (above) and Hamish Dean (below) respectively.

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The striking new sign at Christie Park has been nominated for an advertising award.

The nomination is for The Drum Scottish Creative Awards - Outdoor Campaign and Threebrand is the name of the design agency who created the new ad.

"We instantly liked the unique design created by Threebrand for our new advertising board for Huntly Football Club, and are therefore delighted to learn that it has been nominated for a creative award. Dean's have been supporters of Huntly Football Club for many years, and we hope our new advert will catch the eye of all visitors to Christie Park" said Siobhan Ingram, Dean's brand manager.…

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