Huntly 0 Inverurie Loco Works 4 (Breedon Highland League)

Huntly’s poor run of form at home continued as they finished with ten men and went down four-nil to Inverurie Loco Works.

With nine minutes gone, Josh Bolton got by Ryan McRitchie and saw his initial shot blocked by Euan Storrier before reacting quick to the rebound to slot home. Looking to hit back, Huntly’s Ryan McRitchie came close minutes later with a header from Gary McGowan’s corner kick.…

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Turriff United 0 Huntly 3 (Breedon Highland League)

Huntly recorded back-to-back wins and clean sheets as they ran out three-nil winners away to Turriff United.

Turriff brought Michael Ewen back into the starting line-up while Huntly kept the same eleven which knocked Lossiemouth out of the Highland League Cup while Alexander Thoirs and Matthew McDonald were added to the bench.…

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Lossiemouth 0 Huntly 4 (Highland League Cup 1st Round)

Four second half goals helped Huntly see off shot-shy Lossiemouth and set up a quarter-final tie away to Cove Rangers.

Lossiemouth Manager Joe Russell rang the chances from the side which lost five-nil to Nairn County with Moray Taylor, Brodie Allen and Scott Campbell dropping out from the starting eleven replaced by Fraser Forbes, James McLaren and Ryan Sewell. Huntly had recent signing Matthew Johnson nursing a finger injury as Euan Storrier returned in goal. Alexander Thoirs and Matthew McDonald also missed out for the visitors.…

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Formartine United 4 Huntly 0 (Breedon Highland League)

Formartine United made it seven league games unbeaten with an impressive second half display running out four-nil winners over Huntly.

United went with the same eleven which knocked Cove Rangers out of the Aberdeenshire Shield midweek while Huntly gave a debut to Matthew Johnson in goal.…

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Rothes 0 Huntly 1 (Breedon Highland League)

A stoppage time winner from Nicholas Gray saw Huntly go three games unbeaten as the forward netted the only goal in a one-nil win away to Rothes.

The home side were without the suspended Dale Wood as Ashley Ballum returned. Huntly had Euan Storrier out with a facial injury and Matthew McDonald dropped down to the bench as John Farquhar returned in goal and Kai Ross came in on the right wing. New signing Matthew Johnson was added to the bench.…

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