Huntly moved up to second with a four-nil win over bottom side Fort William.

The visitors had made things difficult for the black and gold’s in the early stages but Co-Manager Tommy Wilson felt his side looked more comfortable once they broke the deadlock.

Fort William’s poor form on the road continued with the Lochaber side currently 16 games without a win away from home as Co-Manager Ali Smith admitting their good work early on was undone following poor defending at the opening goal.

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