A brace from Gary McGowan helped Huntly to a third straight derby win over neighbours Keith.

The visitors were without the injured Alexander Jack as Gary McGowan returned with Cameron Booth dropping down to the bench.


Keith threated early on with Player-Coach Jamie Lennox forcing Euan Storrier to turn the ball round the post. From the resultant corner, Storrier pulled off another good stop to keep out a Jamie McAllister header.

Five minutes later, Kai Ross and Gary McGowan were blocked in quick succession as Huntly put the home goal under pressure.

Huntly were awarded a penalty on the quarter-hour mark when Macaulay Rae was cautioned for bringing down former Keith forward Matthew McDonald through on goal. After the visitors missed two penalties in their first five games, Gary McGowan converted from the spot firing low past Greg Simpson.

The home side felt they should’ve had a penalty themselves in the 37th minute when Craig MacAskill went down under a challenge from Huntly goalkeeper Euan Storrier but Referee Mat Northcroft waved aside the claims.

Keith levelled just over three minutes from the break when the visiting defence failed to clear the ball in their own box and Cameron Keith drove low into the bottom corner to net his 300th goal for the Maroons.

Half-Time: Keith 1 Huntly 1

Three minutes into the second half, Huntly pushed upfield and Ross Still saw a powerful shot touched onto the bar by Greg Simpson.

Michael Selfridge had a couple of good chances either side of the hour mark only to be kept u=out by some strong defending.

Huntly went back in front with fourteen minutes remaining. Euan Storrier blocked against Jamie Lennox and from the quick counter attack, substitute Reece McKeown laid the ball off for Gary McGowan outside the box who powered a shot in off the post for his sixth of the season.

Cameron Keith thought he’d got his side level following the restart only for a late flag from Assistant Referee Craig Veitch to rule the forward’s goal offside.  Keith landmark occasion would turn sour when he received a red card after the match following foul and abusive language to match officials.

Keith (4-4-2)
Huntly (4-2-3-1)

1 Greg Simpson

2 Stewart Hutcheon
4 Jamie McAllister
5 Macaulay Rae
3 Andrew Smith

7 Craig MacAskill
8 James Brownie
16 Jamie Lennox
11 Michael Selfridge

10 Wayne Barron
9 Cameron Keith

1 Euan Storrier

2 Paul Napier
4 Michael Clark (captain)
5 Ryan McRitchie
3 Blair Johnston

6 Alexander Thoirs
7 Ross Still

8 Glenn Murison
9 Kai Ross
11 Gary McGowan

10 Matthew McDonald


12 Ryan Keir (Barron 68:45)
14 Ryan Robertson
15 Fraser Cowie
17 Liam Norris
18 Max Berton (Selfridge 85:46)
19 Bradley Manson
21 Sammy Stewart


12 Cameron Booth (Thoirs 78:44)
13 John Farquhar
14 Christopher Hay
15 Reece McKeown (Ross 71:06)
16 Cory Ritchie
17 Tom Andrews (McDonald 79:14)

Management Team

  • Dean Donaldson (Manager)
    Michael Brown (Assistant Manager)
  • Jamie Clark (Coach)
  • David McMahon (Physio)

Management Team

  • Martin Skinner (Manager)
  • Richard Cheyne (Assistant Manager)
  • Christopher Baird (Physio)
  • Gordon Carter (Physio)
  • William Beaton (Kitman)
Referee: Mat Northcroft
Assistant Referee 1: Craig Veitch Assistant Referee 2: Brian Dean
  1. Cameron Keith (41:53)
  1. Gary McGowan (15:47 penalty)
  2. Gary McGowan (76:27)
  1. Macaulay Rae (15:36) - Denies an opponent a goalscoring opportunity
  2. Jamie McAllister (73:26) - Recklessly tackles or challenges an opponent
  3. Ryan Keir (90+02:00) - stops a promising attack
  1. Alexander Thoirs (37:53) - Dissent
  2. Blair Johnston (55:40) - Recklessly trips or attempts to trip an opponent
  3. Gary McGowan (86:50) - delays restart
  1. Cameron Keith (Full time) - foul and abusive language
Sendings off
Match Statistics
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