Lossiemouth came from behind to earn a 2-2 draw against manger-less Huntly.

Huntly have now went five games without a win and their Coach Charlie Duncan felt it was a game of two halves for his team.

He said: “The first half we were probably the better side and at two-nil it maybe flattered us a bit but Lossie had a go at us in the second half and did well and we would’ve settled for a draw before the game.”

The former Fraserburgh manager had worked with some of the squad in his role with the under 20s but admitted a lot of the first team were new to him.

“I don’t know all their names yet and obviously despite me not knowing them they did their best, they worked hard. I haven’t seen many Highland League matches recently. Huntly haven’t indicated to me how long they want for me to take the team I just said I’d do it for a while until they go someone in and having experienced guys like Charlie Ferries and Eddie Copland in at the same time has been a big help.

stuartcameronWith Lossiemouth Manager Charlie Charlesworth on holiday, Coach Stuart Cameron took charge and admitted the second half display was an improvement from his side.

He said: “The first half was a bit even with a couple of mistakes on our part leading to Huntly goals but our players showed great character in the second half and I don’t think Huntly could cope with us. They missed a penalty and had a couple of chances themselves but we could’ve nicked it late on with Shawn Scott being denied by some good goalkeeping and defending.

We struggled to score goals in recent weeks but both Shawn and Ross showed they were in the right place when it mattered to score.

I thought Ross and others coming off the bench helped changed things in our favour and that’s what you look for with your squad.”

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