Huntly set up a Highland League Cup Quarter-Final home tie with Brora Rangers after an impressive three-nil win away to Wick Academy.

It was a first away win of the season for Huntly as Manager Martin Skinner was full of praise for forward Kai Ross who scored one and set up another two to help his side progress.

 

After heading to Wick with only fifteen available players and an average age of 21, Skinner was pleased to see the youngsters play their part.

Wick have not beaten Huntly over six games in all competitions as Manager Tom McKenna admitted conceding two goals so shortly after the break was costly.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Euan Storrier gave his thoughts on an eventful seven days which saw him play againsty Huntly, return on loan and keep his first clean sheet of the season.

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