Huntly 2 Keith 2 (Breedon Highland League)

Huntly came from behind to secure a 2-2 derby draw with neighbours Keith.

The black and gold's welcomed back Christopher Herd while David Booth was out for six weeks with an ankle injury. Keith added new loan signing Jay Cheyne to their bench.…

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Strathspey Thistle 1 Huntly 1 (Breedon Highland League)

Paul Esslemont’s first Huntly goal got his side off the foot of the table and earned Martin Skinner’s side a share of the points at Strathspey in a 1-1 draw.

Strathspey Thistle welcomed back Christopher Innes and James Fraser while Huntly had Captain Alexander Thoirs and defender Craig Dorrat back in defence. Christopher Herd and Matthew McDonald were both absent for the visitors.…

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Huntly 2 Inverurie Loco Works 4 (Breedon Highland League)

Inverurie Loco Works recorded a 4-2 derby victory over Huntly to move within a point of league leaders Fraserburgh.

Huntly welcomed back Ross Still and Kai Ross as new loan signing Declan Milne debuted while Locos had Eric Watson back from suspension.…

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Brora Rangers 6 Huntly 0 (Breedon Highland League)

Brora Rangers secured their ninth successive home win over Huntly at Dudgeon with a six-nil victory at Dudgeon Park.

Brora had Craig Campbell, Kyle MacLeod and Dale Gillespie all ruled out while Huntly went into the fixture with nine players ruled out. Neale Davidson, Craig Dorrat, Ross Still and goalkeepers Euan Storrier and Craig Reid all injured while Alexander Thoirs and Christopher Hay were ruled out through work commitments with Kai Ross and Nicholas Gray unavailable.

The game was delayed by 45 minutes due to Referee Dan McFarlane falling ill prior to kick-off and Scott Matthew was a late replacement otherwise the game wouldn’t have started.…

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Huntly 1 Rothes 3 (Breedon Highland League)

Rothes secured their first win at Christie Park since 6th August 2006 with a 3-1 victory over Huntly.

Huntly were missing defender Craig Dorrat through injury as Glenn Murison came in for his first appearance of the season. There was no Huntly return for former loan player Ryan McRitchie who was left on the bench for the visitors.…

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