A Cammy Keith double helped Keith defeat Huntly in this fiercely fought derby encounter at Christie Park.

Despite a Huntly penalty saved and a red card for full back Graham Lonie minutes later, Maroons Boss Darren Still was delighted with the attitude and performance from his side.

“I said to the players at half time I was pleased with the way we started the game and being perfectly honest, Cammy could’ve have more as Huntly were giving him too much chances but I felt we went into a comfort zone after that and we let Huntly get their goal and a bit of momentum and to be far I thought it was a harsh penalty – it was a soft one for the ref and one he didn’t need to make.

Fortunately we’ve got a good goalkeeper and Andy Shearer has contributed hugely to our win as that would’ve evened things up.”

Still was unhappy to see Graham Lonie red-carded for the first time in his career for an adjudged elbow on Ross McKenzie.

“The sending off, I don’t think he would’ve seen red had there not been a similar incident in the first half that took a lot of attention onto it when Adam Naismith took a nasty knock and it think with the red card Graham’s went to flick the ball on and the guy has went into the back of him and it wasn’t a good one for us.”

Black and gold’s Manager John Teasdale was unhappy with the showing from his side who conceded three goals for the second week in a row and was angry not to see Stuart Soane not taking his sides penalty at 2-1 down.

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