A Matthew McDonald double helped Huntly book a Quarter meeting with Deveronvale after a 2-1 win away to Fraserburgh.

Fraserburgh went into the game with a number of absentees while Huntly Caretaker boss Martin Skinner was able to name the same side for the third successive game.

Just after the half-hour mark, Scott Barbour got away from Ryan McRitchie but saw his 25 yard effort held by Euan Storrier. A quick passing move from Blair Johnston to Paul Napier saw the latter play in Matthew McDonald who was denied by Paul Leask.

The chances kept coming for the home side when Bryan Hay headed wide from a Marc Dickson free kick. A minute later, Graham Johnston lifted a ball towards goal but Barbour failed to connect at the back post.  Barbour would find himself through on goal shortly after but a good block from Storrier kept out the former Formartine forward.

Huntly took the lead in the 41st minute when matthewmcdonaldMatthew McDonald headed the ball by his marker and ran on to chip a shot beyond the advancing Paul Leask and into the far post.

The Broch drew level with a minute of the half remaining. Graham Johnston’s free kick was partially cleared by Euan Storrier only for the ball to take a deflection off Huntly Captain michaelclarkMichael Clark for an own goal.

Half-Time: Fraserburgh 1 Huntly 1

After losing Captain Ryan Christie in the first half, the injury problems continued for the home side when Marc Dickson withdrew at the interval and he was replaced by Kieran Simpson with Bryan Hay moving to right back.

Huntly regained the lead in the 64 minute when Matthew McDonald again caused problems for the home defence taking a touch before firing beyond Leask for his second.

Three minutes later, Barbour passed up another opportunity for the hosts firing wide with the goals at this mercy. The woodwork kept out an equaliser when Paul Campbell headed off the post before Barbour fired wide of the upright from the rebound.

A moment of madness saw Huntly reduced to ten men with nine minutes left. Gary McGowan had won a free kick outside the home box but before the kick was taken, Assistant Referee Daniel Donohoe had alerted Referee Scott Leslie to an obscene gesture made by McGowan to the crowd.

The woodwork would again keep out Fraserburgh in the closing stages with Barbour striking the post.

Fraserburgh (4-3-3)
Huntly (4-4-2)

1 Paul Leask

2 Marc Dickson
3 Bryan Hay
5 Ryan Christie
4 Ryan Cowie

7 Cameron Buchan
6 Michael Rae
8 Paul Young

10 Graham Johnston
9 Paul Campbell
11 Scott Barbour

1 Euan Storrier

2 Alexander Jack
4 Michael Clark (captain)
5 Ryan McRitchie
3 Blair Johnston

6 Glenn Murison
7 Cameron Booth
8 Ross Still
11 Paul Napier

9 Gary McGowan
10 Matthew McDonald


12 Greg Buchan (Christie 25:36)
14 Sean Butcher (G Johnston 68:50)
15 Kieran Simpson (Dickson 45:01)
16 Ryan Sargent
17 Stewart Rennie
21 Peter Tait


12 Cory Ritchie
14 Christopher Hay
15 Darren Wood (C Booth 85:00)
16 Tom Andrews (McDonald 90:58)
17 Reece McKeown
18 Alexander Thoirs (Napier 68:21)
22 John Farquhar

Management Team

  • Mark Cowie (Manager)
  • James Duthie (Assistant Manager)
  • Alex Mair (Coach)
  • Billy Gordon (Coach)
  • Sarah Robertson (Physio)

Management Team

  • Martin Skinner (Caretaker Manager)
  • Alan Jamieson (Goalkeeping Coach)
  • Gordon Carter (Physio)
  • William Beaton (Kitman)
  1. Michael Clark (44:06 - own goal)
  1. Matthew McDonald (41:33)
  2. Matthew McDonald (64:27
  1. Bryan Hay (90+02:27) - Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent
  1. Ryan McRitchie (19:40) - Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent
  2. Michael Clark (44:50) - dissent
  3. Glenn Murison (83:22) - dissent
Sendings off
  1. Gary McGowan (81:36) -Offensive, Insulting or Abusive Language and/or Gestures
Match Statistics
Shots on target
Shots off target
Shots blocked

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